LittleStreams was set up in 2014 by educators and graphic designers Rebekah Humphrey-Bullen and Samuel Lovegrove. We make high quality, affordable resources for teachers and tutors, including worksheets, games, task cards and revision flash cards.

LittleStreams was set up in 2014 by educators and graphic designers Rebekah Humphrey-Bullen and Samuel Lovegrove. We make high quality, affordable resources for teachers and tutors, including worksheets, games, task cards and revision flash cards.

This activity offers a different way to teach tally and pie charts. Students choose 20 fruit cards from the fruit deck (or any amount you choose from the 45 cards if you wish to make things more challenging). We recommend that 20 cards offers the most interesting collection to work with, while also being a factor of 360.
Students collect the data of their chosen cards and write it on the tally sheet. On the same sheet is a column for working out the number of degrees needed for constructing the pie chart. Two pie chart sheets are included, one with the key in colour, and one with the key ready for colouring.
Alternatively, get students to construct the pie chart from scratch in their books or a separate piece of paper.
The nature of this activity means that each student should, in theory, produce their own pie chart, unique from other students in the class.
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These KaBoom cards are a fun way to practice finding the Highest Common Factor and the Lowest Common Multiple of two or three numbers, with differentiation built in.
Players choose whether they want to choose an easier question (red), but will receive less points for their correct answer, or risk a more challenging question (green) and gain greater rewards.
The red cards consist of questions involving simpler HCF and LCM questions that can be worked out by listing the factors and multiples of the given numbers.
The Yellow Cards of questions which require finding prime factors first.
The Green Card consists of more challenging questions involving 3 numbers, or factors of 7 and 13.
Begin by laying all the cards out face down (so you see only the number of points they are worth). Players take turns to select a card, either red, yellow or green. The difficulty of the question will increase. They may also pick up either steal, giving them a chance to steal from any other player, shield, which protects them from the next KaBoom, and KaBoom cards which means you lose all your collected points so far.
Play as a whole class in teams, or print multiple copies as play around the table. If students get the answer incorrect, or they need some help, use your judgement as to whether you will allow them another guess or not. Questions answered incorrectly go in the ‘house’ pile, along with any cards lost in a KaBoom. At the end of the game, add up the ‘house’ pile. The winner is the player or team with the highest points (including any shield cards that have been unused). The house can win.
Included are two copies of the game; one designed for a double sided printer and one designed for single sided printing where you need to turn over the pages yourself to print double sided.
Full instructions are included as are answers.
This is our UK Version. Check here for our US version.
This is also available as part of a bundle of 5 games for the price of 3. Click here for more information.

This bingo game covers algebra substitution. Included are bingo cards for students to fill in from a list of given possible solutions and 72 question cards containing an expression and a value for x to substitute into the expression.
This game is an easily printed and prepared thanks to easy-cut guides. It comes with well-explained rules of play, and makes a great time filler for an entire class or a high quality game for one on one tuition.
This is included in the Bingo Bundle with 4 other activities at a discount price.
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Time Elapsed Bingo consists of 72 question cards covering scenarios where students work out how much time has elapsed. Example of questions include 'Holly starts playing a computer game at 11.56am and finishes at 1.52pm.
The game comes with bingo cards for students to fill out from a list of possible solutions.
This game is an easily printed and prepared thanks to easy-cut guides. It comes with well-explained rules of play, and makes a great time filler for an entire class or a high quality game for one on one tuition.
This is included in the Bingo Bundle with 4 other activities at a discount price.
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Metric Conversion, Algebra Substitution, Elapsed Time, Averages and Arithmetic bingo games.
This pack contains FIVE different printable bingo games at a discount from buying individually. High quality, professionally designed pages of learning material put together by a successful Home Tutor and professional Graphic Designer.
The pack contains the following games:
• Algebra Substitution Bingo
• Mental Arithmetic Bingo
• Metric Conversion Bingo
• Elapsed Time Bingo
• Statistics Bingo

Covering mean, median and mode, these question cards give a string of numbers. All mean values are whole numbers, so students can work them out without a calculator. Either tell students what they are focusing on for this game, or let them choose, meaning it is great for differentiation. For an extra challenge, allow students to decide whether to look for mean, median or mode with each card played, giving them more options of numbers to choose from.
The product consists of 54 cards, and a set of bingo cards ready for students to put in their choice of numbers from a list of possible solutions.
This game is an easily printed and prepared thanks to easy-cut guides. It comes with well-explained rules of play, and makes a great time filler for an entire class or a high quality game for one on one tuition.
This is included in the Bingo Bundle with 4 other activities at a discount price.
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Arithmetic bingo consists of questions such as adding negative numbers and multiplying a negative by a positive. Included are questions such as 2-10, -6x-6 and -6+26.
Contains bingo cards and 72 question cards that cover addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with negative and positive numbers. A bingo card is also included for students to in their numbers from a given list.
This game is an easily printed and prepared thanks to easy-cut guides. It comes with well-explained rules of play, and makes a great time filler for an entire class or a high quality game for one on one tuition.
This is included in the Bingo Bundle with 4 other activities at a discount price.
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You are a space explorer. You plan to own as many spaces on the board as you can. Problem is, so does your opponent. This game tests times tables, encourages understanding of multiples and factors, and explores prime numbers.
Space Conquest is a Two Player game where players fight for ownership of as many planets as they can. A topics of discussion sheet is also included, designed to begin a discussion on the 10x10 square, and why not all the squares can be reached using as 12 sided dice.
Things you need: A Standard Pencil to use with the spinner provided OR a 12-sided dice.
A full set of Game Rules are included
This is available as part of a bundle
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A fun activity for adding and subtracting fractions. For extra challenge, this game can also be used for multiplying fractions.
All the game needs is a 6-sided dice and some counters, but just in case, we have provided a printable spinner and cut-out counters for good measure! Just print and go!
We have included a comprehensive set of variable rules for the game which you can view by downloading the product preview now.
The game is also playable as a single player to exercise knowledge in a non-competitive context, great for private tuition. However, competitive gaming makes it a little more fun.
This is available as part of a bundle
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This is a discounted bundle of 5 board games on the subjects of Addition, Subtraction, Number Bonds, Decimals, Factors, Prime Numbers and Fractions.
This pack contains these individual products.
• Add & Subtract Race | Board Game Addition and Subtraction
• Fraction Web | Board Game for Fraction Sums, Subtraction and Multiplication
• Decimal Snakes and Ladders | Board game for learning decimal values
• Space Conquest | Board Game for Times Tables, Multiples and Prime Numbers
• Galaxy Exploration | Board Game for Learning Number Bonds to 10 and 20

This activity offers a different way to teach tally and pictographs. Students choose 20 sweet cards from the sweet deck (or any amount you choose from the 45 cards). We recommend that 20 cards offers the most interesting collection to work with.
Students are invited to collect the data of their chosen cards and write it on the tally sheet. Finally, the students will then plot it on a pictograph. Three pictograph sheets are included, one that has a key of one image = one sweet, one of one image = 2 sweets, and a final one where students can input their own ratio of image to sweets.
The nature of this activity means that each student should, in theory, produce their own tally and bar graph, unique from other students in the class.
We have also included differentiated versions of the worksheets themselves for those who need a little help with matching the sweets colours to the name.
This is the US version of this activity. For the UK version, where the word Candy has been replaced with Sweet, please click here.

This pack is filled with worksheets designed to introduce students to adding decimals and fractions. It covers adding fractions with the same denominator, and where one denominator is a multiple of the other. Each worksheet is differentiated 3 ways.
This pack includes the following worksheets:
Worksheet 1 Decimal Sums and Differences
Worksheet 2 Decimal Word Problems
Worksheet 3 Adding with Same Denominators
Worksheet 4 Adding with Different Denominators
Worksheet 5 Adding Fractions to One
Worksheet 6 Fraction Pyramid
Worksheet 7 Fraction Grid
Worksheet 8 Word Link Adding Fractions
Worksheet 9 Fraction Maze
Worksheet 10 Adding Fractions Word Problems
The first worksheet covers adding decimals using the column method. The second worksheet continues the exploration of adding decimals, this time through word questions. It also includes an example of someone who has incorrectly answered a question, asking student to evaluate the mistake.
The third worksheet covers adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator, and includes fraction circles to assist with adding. The fourth worksheet is very similar to the third, with the exception that it requires adding and subtracting fractions where one denominator is a multiple of the other. The fifth worksheet consists of adding fractions to one.
The sixth worksheet consists of adding fractions pyramids and the seventh worksheet consists of an adding fractions grid. Equivalent fraction bars are included in differentiation 1 and 2 to help students find the equivalent fraction needed when adding fractions with different denominators.
Worksheet eight is a puzzle. Students add fractions and then connect two fractions that are the same, forming a word as they do so. Differentiation 1 of this worksheet consists of all denominators being the same, and differentiation 2 and 3 consist of one denominator being a multiple of another. The ninth worksheet consists of a maze for adding fractions. Again, differentiation 1 has more fractions already written with the same denominator, and for differentiation 1 and 2, equivalent fraction bars are included to help find the equivalent fractions needed when adding fractions. Worksheet 10 consists of nine word problems involving adding and subtracting fractions.
Available as part of a bundle at a discount price which also includes a revision and checklist sheet.
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This pack is filled with engaging and fun worksheets designed to introduce students to equivalent fractions converting between fractions, decimals and percentages. There are 10 worksheets, each differentiated 3 ways. There are two files. One with the worksheets and one with the solutions and teachers notes.
This pack contains the following:
Worksheet 1 Bar Equivalence
Worksheet 2 Equivalent Fractions
Worksheet 3 Equivalent Linking
Worksheet 4 Simplifying Fractions
Worksheet 5 Percentages and Decimals
Worksheet 6 Tenths as Decimals
Worksheet 7 Buttons
Worksheet 8 Word Link Fractions Decimals and Percents
Worksheet 9 Equivalent Fractions Word Problems
Worksheet 10 Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percents
The first worksheet introduces students to equivalent fractions using fraction bars as a way of comparing. The second worksheet consists of fraction circles as a way to compare equivalent fractions. The third worksheet is a linking activity where students link drawn equivalent fractions. This time the drawn fractions are in different shapes, such as circle, square, octagon, so students are required to find the fraction of the shape that is shaded before connecting it to the equivalent fraction.
The fourth worksheet is a more traditional equivalent fractions sheet, asking students to simplify fractions in the numerical form. The fifth worksheet covers converting between decimals and percentages, and the sixth worksheet covers converting decimal fractions (fractions with a denominator with a power of 10 such as 10, 100 and 1000) into decimals and percentages.
The seventh worksheet is a challenge worksheet looking at what fraction of buttons are shaded. It encourages simplification, and differentiation 3 even has a question about percentages.
The eighth worksheet is a work link puzzle, where students connect fractions to equivalent decimals and percentages with lines, which go through letters on the page which froms a word. It covers 1/2, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 2/5 and 1/10
The ninth worksheet consists of word problems involving equivalent fractions. Differentiations 1 and 2 include circle fractions for shading to help with the questions. The final worksheet covers converting between fractions, decimals and percentages including using inequality symbols to state which number is larger, and an ordering fractions decimals and percentages question. It consists of 1/2, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5 and decimal fractions (fractions with denominators that are powers of 10).
This pack is also available as part of our Fractions Decimals and Percentages Bundle available here.

This pack is filled with worksheets designed to introduce students to fractions and understanding the relationship between different fractions. It also covers decimals, asking students to put decimals in order of size. Each worksheet is differentiated 3 ways. There are two files: the worksheet files and the teachers file that includes the solutions.
It contains the following worksheets:
Worksheet 1 Equal Share
Worksheet 2 Identifying Fractions
Worksheet 3 Shading Fractions
Worksheet 4 Word Link
Worksheet 5 Letters
Worksheet 6 Fraction and Decimal Number Lines
Worksheet 7 Word Problems
Worksheet 8 Comparing Fractions
Worksheet 9 Comparing Decimals
Worksheet 10 Stepping Stones
The first worksheet takes a look at what is meant by breaking shapes into equal sizes, and builds understanding of what fractions are. The second worksheet is about stating the fraction of the shape or group of objects that are shaded. The first differentiation gives clues for the first few questions, level two just gives an example, and level three asks students to simplify where possible. The third worksheet is a continuation of the second, this time asking students to shade the given fraction on the shape or group of objects.
The fourth worksheet has students connect a written fraction to its shaded shape form. When these lines are connected, a name of a famous mathematician is discovered. For the level 1 differentiation, some answers are given to get them started. The fifth worksheet looks at letters and asks students to find what fraction of certain letters are vowels or are made up of words. It also consists of some simple adding decimals.
Worksheet six consists of number lines. Students are asked to put fractions and decimals in the correct places on the number lines. They are also asked to identify where 1 is on the number line, given the position of a given fraction. Differentiations 2 and 3 explore top heavy fractions.
Worksheet seven asks simple fraction word problems. Worksheet eight builds on this by comparing the sizes of fractions directly. Differentiation 1 includes images of fractions as well as the written form to help students visualise the solution. The ninth worksheet is a continuation of worksheet eight, but covering decimals. The tenth and final worksheet also asks students to compare fractions to find the largest, but in a more fun way. The worksheet consists of pictures of stones in a pond, and students must choose the largest fraction in each column to step on to get across the pond.
This pack is available as part of our Introducing Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Bundle available here.

This pack includes 10 unique worksheets that introduce ratios. Each worksheet is then differentiated 3 ways to ensure support and challenge.
Your download includes two versions of this pack, the UK version with £, and the US version with $. If you require any other currency or versions, please feel free to contact us at Contact@LittleStreams.co.uk.
The pack contains the following activities:
Worksheet 1 Ratio Images
Worksheet 2 Ratio Blocks
Worksheet 3 Equivalent Ratios
Worksheet 4 Ratio Word Link
Worksheet 5 Ratio of Shapes
Worksheet 6 Proportion Word Problems
Worksheet 7 Sharing Amounts
Worksheet 8 Ratio of Amount Secret Code
Worksheet 9 Ratio Word Problems
Worksheet 10 Ratios and Fractions
The first worksheet introduces the idea of writing ratios of groups of objects. Worksheet 2 then extends this using grids of shaded squares and introduces the concept of simplifying ratios. The third worksheet asks students to match equivalent ratios; differentiations 1 & 2 include a hint on how to simplify ratios. The fourth worksheet is a letter link activity on simplifying ratios. When students link equivalent ratios, they draw through letters that spell out the name of a famous mathematician.
The 5th worksheet looks at different shapes, both 2D and 3D shapes, and asks students to find the ratio of these shapes. Worksheet 6 introduces the idea of proportion. It consists of word problems of objects in proportion of each other.
Worksheet 7 covers sharing amounts of money in a given ratio. Differentiation 1 includes a guide of how to share money in a given ratio.
Worksheet 8 is another activity in sharing money given a ratio, this time to solve a clue puzzle that reveals an interesting fact. Differentiation 1 includes a guide on converting between ratios and fractions. Worksheet 9 consists of word questions on ratios. Differentiations 1 and 2 includes an information section on sharing amounts in a given ratio. The final worksheet covers converting between ratios and fractions.
This pack is also available as part of our introducing Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Bundle which you can get here.