## Maths worksheets: Mental addition of three numbers. Y6

These are about as hard as you get working in your head and jottings on paper may be needed to do them. Look back at earlier year groups to see the different strategies that can be used. The strategies are the same but the numbers are bigger.

## Boys not doing so well!

A report from the Rowntree Foundation suggests that white, working class boys are under achieving. When other factors such as school meals and neighbourhood are taken into account white boys are doing worse than their black, Afro Caribbean or Banglideshi counterparts.

## Maths worksheets: Addition of 2-digit and 1-digit numbers. Y2

Addition 2-digits and 1-digit (pg 1)

In year 2 children will continue to develop their understanding of addition, beginning to work with larger numbers, but keep them below 100. Indeed, quite a lot of children will not be ready for dealing with 2-digit numbers. Don’t introduce larger numbers until they are really confident with single digit addition.

## Primary Resources: web review

Primary Resources for maths review

Free maths stuff for 5 to 11 year olds produced in Word, pdf, Powerpoint and Flash! Can’t be bad!!

Primary resources is another of those UK sites which has been around a long time (9 years), increasing its content on a regular basis. Designed for teachers, it aims to develop a resource bank for teachers contributing their own ideas – in return everyone gets free access to the material. Parents are more than welcome to use the material.

## Free Y1 maths worksheets: Adding small numbers.

free maths worksheet, adding help for home schoolers

Get it right from the beginning, or a child lost forever. To begin with addition should be thought of as the combination of two sets to make a total set. Understanding vocabulary is important. Use the words, add, more, sum, total, altogether, equals.