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Designed to provide addition practice at a range of levels, these worksheets will hopefully add up to an increase in confidence. This section includes 'fill in the gaps' questions, as well as a set of worksheets which focus specifically on adding through the tens barrier.
The subtraction section includes horizontal subtraction, vertical subtraction worksheets, 'fill in the gaps' worksheets, and a set of worksheets aimed to give plenty of practice subtracting through the tens barrier.
This section offers multiplication practice at different levels and includes long multiplication worksheets.
Includes basic division questions testing number facts relating to times tables, as well as worksheets containing short division questions.
These worksheets include the 24 hour clock, analogue clocks and also a 'digital to analogue' activity where hands need to be drawn on clock faces.
Fractions as pies or shaded shapes, block fractions, line fractions, scales and more. Sometimes looking at fractions in a new way can mean a breakthrough. Equivalent, improper and mixed fractions are included too. There are also some games which may serve as useful warm up activities.
Here's a wide range of decimal worksheets designed to build confidence using a variety of illustrations, including decimals represented as circles, number lines, dials or squares. There are also a number of worksheets which test addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of decimal numbers.
There are a number of worksheets here that are designed to help learners to become more confident with their times tables and perhaps even enjoy the experience. This section also includes some 'loop' games that can be cut up and used with a group.
These worksheets illustrate percentages using circles, blocks, shaded polygons (and the odd line of spider silk). There is also a worksheet that gives learners an opportunity to show the connection between percentages, fractions and decimals.
These coordinates worksheets should help build confidence with some fun along the way. There is also a game which may be played in a group, to test times tables number facts.
Here are some worksheets where learners can name 2D shapes, consider properties of quadrilaterals and triangles, or cut up and glue some nets to make 3D shapes.
This section includes sheets showing 2D shapes which can be cut out and used for grouping activities. There are also 4 pictogram worksheets illustrating favourite animals, rainy days over six months, haircuts over a week, and transport used to get to a supermarket.