Archives for "October, 2009"

Posted by Peter on 30th October 2009

Coming soon: Addition and more fraction worksheets

Next week we have a little twist on the usual adding three numbers type of worksheet. On this page the third number is missing but the answer is given. What makes this harder is that at least two mental calculations have to be made to reach a correct answer. Quite a challenge for Year 2 […]

Posted by Peter on 29th October 2009

Year 5 Maths Worksheet: relate fractions and division

Maths Worksheet: relate fractions and division

Posted by Peter on 28th October 2009

Resource of the Week: Solve puzzles and investigate

Investigations are a great way to reinforce mathematical concepts and learn about patterns in maths. This maths worksheet is posted in our Year 2 section, under Using and Applying Maths and has proved to be one of our most used resources. We have the digits from one to nine again, this time the task is […]

Posted by Peter on 27th October 2009

Year 4 Maths Worksheet: division problems (pg 2)

This is a follow up page to the earlier solving division problems in your head worksheet. This has a range of different ways of asking division questions which children need to be able to recognise and there are a range of methods that can be used to work out the answers mentally. It is important […]

Posted by Peter on 26th October 2009

Maths worksheet: Writing fractions in words or numbers

Reading and writing fractions remain a bit of a mystery for many children, but our cunning foxes can help. This worksheet looks at how to read and write fractions from halves to tenths using numbers or words.  As well as reading a fraction such as 1/3 as one third, it can also be read as […]

Posted by Peter on 23rd October 2009

Coming soon: More fraction and division worksheets

Next week we solve one of the mysteries of fractions with a foxy worksheet which looks at how to read and write fractions from halves to tenths using numbers or words. We also have a cunning page on division for year 4. This has a range of different ways of asking division questions which children […]

Posted by Peter on 22nd October 2009

Year 2 maths worksheet: missing numbers on a number square

This is the second page which looks in detail at a 1-100 number square and is excellent practice at understanding place value as well as counting. A small section of the whole number square, just 4 by 3 is taken and most of the numbers removed. The skill is in replacing the missing numbers. This […]

Posted by Peter on 21st October 2009

Resource of the Week: Written addition

We have a good selection of maths worksheets covering the standard written method of addition. We begin this with using just 2-digit numbers, although it should be pointed out that usually 2-digit addition should be tackled ‘in your head’. The standard method is to add the units first, put the units in the answer, and […]

Posted by Peter on 20th October 2009

Year 5 Maths Worksheet: Solving division problems (pg 1)

Year 5 Maths Worksheet: solving division problems

Posted by Peter on 19th October 2009

Year 4 maths worksheet: comparing fractions

Once the idea of equivalent fractions has been understood it becomes possible to compare two fractions to see which is the larger. The first thing to remember is that the larger the number on the bottom of the fraction, the smaller each part of the fraction is. So 4/100 is much smaller than 4/25. Now […]