# Resource of the Week: Counting on in tens

When children are very confident with counting in ones and they have also worked with larger numbers in the teens, they can be introduced to counting up in whole tens. At first this will be up to 100. These four worksheets give plenty of practice at writing the whole tens that come before and after […]

# What’s New: Subtract 19 from 2-digit numbers

A much harder set of questions on these four worksheets. This time we are looking at taking away 19 from 2-digit numbers. Usually the easiest way to do this is to subtract 20 and then add one to the answer. If the number has a 9 in the units it is probably easier to just […]

# What’s New: Subtract 11 or 21 from 2-digit numbers

When subtracting 11 from a number often the easiest way is to subtract 10 and then count back one. Some people prefer to subtract the unit first and then the ten. The same can be said for subtracting 21: subtract 20 and count back one. These pages are good practice for children just getting to […]

# What’s New: Subtracting tens and units

Here we have an excellent set of four maths worksheets introducing subtraction of both tens and units. There is no ‘decomposition’ involved; in other words the units to be taken away are always smaller than or equal to the units of the number. Interestingly, most adults who do this ‘in their buy cheap ambien online […]

# What’s New: Position numbers on a number square

By Year 2 most children will be very familiar with number squares, which help them count on and back. This set of 4 maths worksheets uses parts of a number square to check children’s ability to count on. It takes a 4 by 3 section and leaves most of the squares blank for the child […]

# What’s New: How many ways?

How many ways can you make 10 by adding 3 numbers? Are there more ways of making 20? Two of these pages have a number line to help whilst two don’t. These mini investigations are all about logical thinking, trying things out, working in a systematic way, recording information and checking that results have not […]

# What’s New: Add 3 numbers to make 20

Here we have 4 worksheets on adding three numbers to make 20. On the first page, one of the numbers is always 10, making it very similar to adding two numbers to make 10. The third and fourth pages only have one number given so that get ambien online there are a range of possible […]

# Resource of the Week: Using an abacus for numbers up to 99

An abacus is a counting frame and has been used extensively throughout Asia and Africa to help with calculating. It is an excellent resource for helping your child understand 2-digit numbers up to 99. These maths worksheets show clearly the two columns, the units and the tens. In other words the 2 yellow balls in […]

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# What’s New: Dividing by 5 with remainders

The second set of worksheets on dividing with remainders looks at dividing by 5. There is a number line to help, although children should have a good knowledge of the 5 times table before trying these. Because these division questions require more buy ambien no prescription than one process to complete, many children find them […]

# What’s New: Divide by 3 with remainders

So far all our division pages have not had any remainders to deal with. But here we have a first introduction to division with remainders. An example shows that 10 cakes divided between 3 children will leave one left over and that this is called a remainder. The questions keep to the 3x table and […]