Archives for "February, 2011"

Posted by Peter on 14th February 2011

Year 6 maths worksheet: Number sequences (2)

This is the second page which looks at trickier number sequences. It includes a couple of questions which use negative numbers. Children are asked to predict the next two numbers in the sequence and then write in words what the rule for the sequence is. The page includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, square numbers and halving, […]

Posted by Peter on 11th February 2011

Year 2 Counting and Number

A great deal is expected of children by the end of Year 2 and we have some great maths worksheets to help them on their way. It all begins with counting on in steps of one. When children are really confident with this and have mastered reading 2-digit numbers they move on to counting on […]

Posted by Peter on 10th February 2011

Year 4 maths worksheet: Word problems involving time

It’s not easy finding maths worksheets on topics such as word problems involving time, but here is a follow up page to one published earlier this year, suitable for Year 4 on. One type of problem involves counting in minutes, with questions such as: Dan started to walk to school at 7.50. He took 50 […]

Posted by Peter on 9th February 2011

Jim and the Beanstalk by Raymond Briggs

Jim and the Beanstalk (Puffin Picture Books) This is a rewrite of the famous Jack tale by Raymond Briggs. Just like Jack, Jim wakes up to find a tall plant growing outside his house. He climbs up to the top where there is a huge house. A very old giant lives in the house – […]

Posted by Peter on 8th February 2011

Year 4 maths worksheet on time

By year 4 children are expected to know that: 1 week = 7 days 1 day = 24 hours 1 hour = 60 minutes 1 minute = 60 seconds This maths worksheet uses this knowledge to answer  some straightforward questions. It also requires a calculator so more detailed information can be found, such as the […]

Posted by Peter on 7th February 2011

Year 6 maths worksheets: percentages

Percentages can case problems for children of all ages, not just in year 6, the age group that this page is targeted at. The percentage sign % is all around us when we go shopping, usually with money off, but it can often cause confusion with even with adults. Children should be able to relate […]

Posted by Peter on 4th February 2011

Year 3 Shape worksheets

In year 3 the range of shapes that children are expected to know increases vastly. To help with this we have some great maths worksheets on 2D and 3D shape. These include pages on prisms, recognising and naming 3D shapes such as cylinders, pyramids, cuboids and the properties of quadrilaterals. A 9 pin geoboard is […]

Posted by Peter on 3rd February 2011

Year 5 maths worksheet: written addition

Rarely, if ever, will you find a SATs addition question which has been laid out already in the traditional, or standard method. This Year 5 maths worksheet on written addition is the second in a series which shows children clearly how addition should be laid out and also gives them the opportunity to re-write questions […]

Posted by Peter on 2nd February 2011

Teddybears Go Shopping by S Gretz and A Sage

Teddybears Go Shopping (Picture Hippo) Storybooks that are great for maths from Making lists is an important part of the data handling strand of the Primary Framework for Maths and there is hardly a better example of list making than Teddybears Go Shopping by Susanna Gretz and  Alison Sage. The shopping list is very […]

Posted by Peter on 1st February 2011

Maths worksheet: Converting metric units

We have a growing number of worksheets on measurement and in particular the metric system. This is about as hard as it gets for converting larger metric units to smaller ones. The larger units all include decimals and a good knowledge of multiplying by 10, 100 or 1000 is needed. As a special treat the […]