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What’s new: Maths Worksheets on Counting Back

Counting back is the preliminary stage before subtracting ‘in your head’. These worksheets ask your child to count back from numbers up to 20. At first they will probably use fingers or other maths material to count back, but as they gain confidence they will begin to use mental methods and begin to know the […]

What’s New: Maths Worksheets on Counting On in Tens

Here are four great maths worksheets for those children who are confident with counting in ones and are ready to move on to counting up in tens from a teen number and then any 2-digit number. Whilst the four pages concentrate on the same skill, they are all very different. Don’t be surprised if your […]

What’s new: Maths vocabulary, bigger and biggest

Learning the correct terms to compare things is vital in the Early Years and one of the most important aspects of measurement. Here we have four more great pages on maths vocabulary for young children, looking at bigger and biggest. You can find these in our Shapes and Measures section. Pick out the biggest frog […]

What’s new: Using 2D shape (2)

A great set of four worksheets helping with recognising rectangles, triangles and circles. It’s a help to have some templates of these shapes handy to draw round and create fun pictures of your own. The robot on page 4 is a good example of what can be produced. Talk about the shapes and the properties […]

What’s new: Abacus for Recognising 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. It shows clearly the two columns, the units and the tens. In other words the 2 yellow balls in the tens […]

What’s new: Count on 3, 4, 5 or 6

A nice, easy introduction to our brand new Superbrain section with these worksheets on counting on 3, 4, 5 or 6 from a single digit. By now your children will probably be confident enough to give some of the answers without counting on. This means that they are beginning to learn the answers to ‘number […]

What’s new: Recognising rectangles, squares, circles and triangles

The first in another new section of resources on 2-D shape. Here we have some great pages which will help your young child to recognise 2-D shapes. Your child should be able to recognise four basic shapes: circles, squares, rectangles and triangles. These maths worksheets have plenty of interesting pictures just made up of these […]

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What’s new: Maths worksheets on ‘bigger’

This is the very first of a new range of colourful resources for our members which will look at all aspects of shape and measurement for young children.  At this age, measurement is about comparisons between things and standard units of measurement such as centimetres are not introduced until much later. So we begin with […]