# Archives for "November, 2007"

## Free Y3 maths worksheets: Making multiplication number stories

Consolidation of understanding multiplication, very similar to the Year 2 pages, but with larger numbers. These two free maths worksheets ask the children to make number stories for multiplication sentences. The Primary Framework for Mathematics considers these kinds of questions very important as they show clearly whether children understand the vocabulary they use in mathematics. […]

## Free Y2 maths worksheets: Making multiplication number stories

With young children the best way to explain multiplication is as repeated addition.

## Free Y1 maths worksheets: Making number stories

Two more maths worksheets where children have to make a number story to match the sum.

## Free Y6 maths worksheets: Mentally add 3-digit numbers

Free Y6 maths worksheets: Mentally add 3-digit numbers

## Free Y5 maths worksheets: Mentally add larger numbers

It is important that children have real confidence with adding any two digit numbers ( eg 42 and 58 ) and that they have a variety of strategies or approaches, depending on the numbers involved – sometimes it is easier to start with the tens, but not always. Constant practice, usually not on paper, of […]

## Free Y4 maths worksheets: Mentally add two 2-digit numbers

There should be no need for using written methods to add two 2-digit numbers.

## Free Y3 maths worksheets: Written addition questions

Here we are adding two, 2-digit numbers, but the answers all come to whole tens. This is reinforcing those vital number bonds that make 10 (4 and 6 etc).

## Free Y2 maths worksheets: Written addition questions

There are quite a number of different ways that an addition question can be asked. By Year 2 children are expected to be able to recognise these:

## Free Y1 maths worksheets: Two numbers to make a total

The answer is given and children have to find two different sums to make the answer.

## Maths game: Counting on in steps of one (trucks)

Another fun game to encourage counting. Three numbers are given. Just enter the next three numbers in the sequence in order.

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