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Year 1 One more and one less

Year 1 One more and one less A great emphasis is made in Year 1 on children being able to find one more and one less than a number. In our latest set of worksheets numbers are displayed in different ways; by spots on dice, in words and in numbers, and children are asked to […]

Grammar: Passive and active voice

Grammar: Passive and active voice This sounds more complicated than it really is. In a passive sentence what would usually be the object of the sentence is turned into the subject. For example, here is a sentence: Sam hit the ball. The subject is Sam and the object is the ball. This is called the […]

Fun maths board games

Fun maths board games Fun holiday activities with a mathematical twist Here are some great ideas for the holidays. Matchstick puzzles Are you ready to challenge your logical thinking by moving the matchsticks to solve the puzzles? Logic may get you to the answers, but sometimes that will not be enough and a little bit […]

Year 3 Reasoning: Place Value Grids

Year 3 Reasoning: Place Value Grids Place value grids and charts are used a great deal in the maths mastery curriculum as they provide a clear visual guide to the values in each column. To provide some extra support for this we have just published two sets of pages looking at comparing place value grids. […]

Year 1 Reasoning: maths mastery

Year 1 Reasoning: maths mastery For those who teach or have children following the mastery programmes then our Year 1 Reasoning category is a superb resource. Our latest sets of worksheets look at reasoning and problem solving with a small amount of money: just 10p. For the ‘10p to spend’ questions there are a number […]

The Bronte Sisters: comprehensions

The Bronte Sisters: comprehensions Three books from three sisters are the topics of our latest sets of comprehension worksheets: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte. 30th July 2018 is the two hundredth anniversary of Emily Bronte’s birth and our worksheets are a […]

Year 4: Counting in Multiples of 6

Year 4: Counting in Multiples of 6 We have just published some tricky worksheets on counting in multiples of 6 using numbers in the thousands. Children will need to use their knowledge of the 6 times table to fill in the boxes, increasing the number by 6 each time. There are several sets of these […]

Year 2: Making Resources Easier to Find

Year 2: Making Resources Easier to Find After some very positive feedback about our Year 1 sub categories we have introduced this for our larger categories in Year 2, which we hope will make it easier for you to find exactly what you need. For example, if you are looking specifically for worksheets on bar […]

Year 1 Addition

Year 1 Addition Here are some brand new worksheets we have written on part whole models. You may not have come across these before, they are designed to show children that numbers can be partitioned into parts. For example: a collection of birds is made up of 2 buy cheap ambien no prescription blue tits […]

Using Adverbs with Speech

Using Adverbs with Speech Adverbs are the subject of our latest set of fantastic English worksheets. This set concentrates on using adverbs with speech and the verb ‘said’. Children can choose an appropriate adverb from our list to make more descriptive sentences, for example: “I think I know something you don’t,” said the wizard mysteriously. […]