I have brought 20 years classroom experience to these resources. They are structured in small steps to build skills and confidence, providing opportunities to practice and reinforce techniques at every stage.
Open ended challenges are incorporated to encourage development of creative skills and encourge independent thought.
Please use and enjoy.

I have brought 20 years classroom experience to these resources. They are structured in small steps to build skills and confidence, providing opportunities to practice and reinforce techniques at every stage.
Open ended challenges are incorporated to encourage development of creative skills and encourge independent thought.
Please use and enjoy.

21 worksheets plus a leaflet that can be given to parents explaining the approaches taken to multiplication and division at KS2.
Multiples
Factors
Multiplication by 10 and 100
Division by 10 and 100
Multiplication and Division by 0, 1, 10, 100
Multiplication and Division to two decimal places
Multiplication 1
Multiplication 2
Division
Quick-fire Multiplication!
Multiplication and Division: Problem solving
11 & 9 x table
6 & 12 x tables
7 x table
Dividing by 11 & 9
Dividing by 7
Dividing by 6 & 12
Times Tables Problem Solving
Times Tables Test (i)
Times Tables Test (ii)
With the Year 3 Pack this gives complete coverage of the National Curriculum requirements.

12 engaging worksheets to challenge and entertain your students while they recognize and create patterns using reflective and rotational symmetry.
Especially useful in supporting the curriculum for Grades 4 and 8, also valuable for all grades from 3 through 10.
Reinforcing and developing key skills in an entertaining way.
Sneak in a little extra math when your pupils learn about Holidays around the World!
A set of activities following the Core Curriculum for Mathematics.

- Time Zones Map and Universal Time
- Daylight Saving Time
- Setting the clocks forward for Summer Time.
- Time Zone Clocks
- Flight Times and arrival times
- Compare data on sunrise and sunset times .
- Construct a bar chart of hours of daylight each month.
-Make a line graph comparing hours of daylight and extract information.
-Blank Templates suitable for making further bar charts.
-Templates and instructions for making your own sundial.
- PDFs for printing
- A Powerpoint of the sheets for use in class

This resource consists of a Time Zone map and a sheet for pupils to complete using the information provided.
Work out the time in different cities of the world.
This is a cross-curricular resource.

Three activities which can be used as fillers or as part of the mathematics curriculum.
Christmas Lights 1 Continue the sequence of shape and colour
Christmas Lights 2 Complete the odds and evens number sequences, match colours
St Nick's Navigation Use the map to identify addresses by coordinates. Use coordinates to identify addresses.
The first two sheets are suitable for KS1 & KS2.
The last two sheets are aimed at KS2.

A set of worksheets for use with Yr2.
Revision of Year 1 work on Odds and Evens extended to numbers up to 99.
Extension sheets finding odd and even numbers which add to a given total.

This pack contains 25 worksheets and a copy of the sheets as a Powerpoint for use in class.
1p,2p,5p. Identification
Addition of coins
Choosing coins to make amounts less than 10p
Choosing coins to make amounts between 10p and 15p.
Addition of up to seven coins
Introduce 10p.
Introduce 20p.
coins needed to make 20p from given coins.
coins needed to make different amounts from 15p to 20p
coins needed to make different amounts from 10p to 15p
coins needed to make different amounts from 5p to 10p
Identifying coins and notes
Cost of two articles
Cost of two or three articles, finding the change from 20p.
Change from 5p
Change from 6p
Change from 10p
Change from 15p
Change from 20p

32 sheets providing a range of interesting exercises for the National Curriculum at KS1.
- Telling the time - hour
- Telling the time – half hour
- Telling the time – hours and half hours
- Time- how long? (6 sheets)
- Time – earlier and later (2 sheets)
- Spell and write ordinal numbers
- Sequencing ordinal numbers
- Writing ordinal numbers and dates
- Writing ordinal numbers as figures
- Write and sequence days of the week
- Write “comes before”, “comes after” between days
- Associate days with typical activities
- Write the months of the year
- Sequence the months
- Write “comes before” or “comes after” between months
- Cloze exercise based on weekend diary
- 2D shapes
- 3D shapes
- Position
- Direction
- Turning

31 activities based on Christmas themes.
These activities will entertain your pupils with Christmas themed fun while practising their mathematical skills.
Simple activities for KS1. Sorting and counting 3D shapes, Sorting and counting stars to make a pictogram.
Sequencing activities for KS1 and KS2, ranging from simple colour and shape to numerical sequences involving odd, even, tables, square, prime, etc.
KS2 measurement calculating length and perimeter. Problem solving and work with coordinates.
Patterns and symmetry involving simple calculation.

Practical exercises using everyday items that can be found around the home.
- Write shortest and longest
- Longer & Longest, shorter & Shortest
- Comprehension, longer longest shorter shortest
- Comparing Heights
- Comprehension, tall taller tallest short shorter shortest
- Measurement exercise using hand spans (practical)
- Choose objects and measure using hand spans
- Comparing objects against a metre measure
- Choose objects to compare against metre measure
- Measure lines in centimetres
- Choose items to measure in centimetres
- Use and write “full, almost full, empty, almost empty”
- Compare capacity, “more than, less than, most, least, the same as”
- Comparison, “heavier, lighter, heaviest, lightest”
- Writing sentences using “lighter, heavier”
- supplement existing teaching materials, for
• Reinforcement
• Extension work
• Mixed-age environments

82 pages of differentiated exercises to keep your pupils amused and instructed.
These resources have been created to provide complete coverage of National Curriculum topics in more detail than widely-available commercial schemes.
These exercises provide excellent material for Differentiated work in the classroom.
Whether you have fast finishers who need supplementary material which is more challenging, or pupils who would benefit from more practice on a particular topic, there should be suitable exercises in these packs. Designed to deliver the requirements of the National Curriculum in Mathematics for 2014.
Counting, addition and number lines.

Help your students develop their number skills, and also provide a cross curricular link with Geography.
This National Flags Activity Pack includes
- 3 activity sheets with answers,
- National Flags 1 (Multiplication facts)
- National Flags 2 (Division facts)
- Find the flags crossword
- information sheets about 15 different countries.
The data provided in the information sheets can be used to promote discussion on concepts such as population size, population density and measurement of physical features of the landscape.
Students can also be introduced to the variety of currency used, pictures of which are readily available online.
The pack is aimed at pupils in upper KS2 and lower KS3.

There are 20 sheets in this resource.
Problem Solving: Number
Designed to supplement work in mathematics and encourage a more creative approach from pupils in their solution.
The Coconut Shy
Toffee Apples
Star Sums
Kite Calculations
Tricky Targets
Creative Cards
Boxes of Balls
Feline Fish
Houses
The Blake Family
Activities: Measure
Open-ended activities constructed to encourage movement & conceptual awareness.
Designed to make use of everyday objects found around the home.
Shape Search 2D
Shape Search 3D
Lighter & Heavier
Weighing
Capacity: More or Less
Capacity: Measuring in Cups
Just a minute!
Jump to it!
At the café
At the Supermarket

This pack contains 16 worksheets and a set of notes for Parents
Includes 3, 2, 4, 8 times tables as introduced in the National Curriculum for Year 3 Mathematics. With the Year 4 Tables Pack they provide complete coverage.
Contents:
3 x table
Multiplying by 3
Dividing by 3
Multiples of 2 and 4
4 x table
Multiplying by 4(i)
Multiplying by 4(ii)
Multiplying by 4(iii)
Multiples of 4 and 8
8 x table
Multiplying by 8(i)
Using the 4 x and 8 x tables
4 x and 8 x tables: Division
4 x and 8 x tables: Problem solving challenge
Year 3 Times Tables Test
They form a structured sequence, and are recommended for
Homework
Reinforcement
Extension work
Mixed-age environments.

This pack contains 18 sheets.
Supplement your present scheme.
Counting in steps (multiples)
Counting in steps (non-multiples)
Fill in the missing number (multiples of 2,3,10)
Fill in the missing number (non-multiples)
Find size of steps
Counting in steps of 10 (i)
Counting in steps of 10 (ii)
Counting in threes
Counting in threes (missing numbers)
Odds and evens under 30
Odds and evens under 100
Writing numbers less than 100 as figures
Writing numbers less than 100 as words
Tens and units
Abacus (i)
Abacus (ii)
Tens and units (ii)
Writing numbers up to 200 in words and figures
They form a structured sequence, and can be used as a stand-alone resource to cover the National Curriculum.
They are equally valuable to supplement existing teaching materials, for
• Homework • Reinforcement • Extension work • Mixed-age environments.

This pack contains 5 sets of cards: Number bonds to /20 Subtraction from 20 /Addition and Subtraction as inverse operations/ Fractions/Multiplication tables
Each set can be printed on card and laminated.
Different colours have been used for different types of card.
The cards within each set can be used for matching. This helps students recognise matching pairs.
Number bonds of 20 (Pale blue)
Count the spots to make 20.
This game can also be played as number bonds to 10.
Subtraction from 20 (Orange)
Match the subtraction sum with its answer.
Fractions
Percentages (Blue borders)
Decimal fractions (Yellow borders)
Common fractions (Red borders)
Match all 3 or any two of the three.
Multiplication tables
A set of 26 question and answer cards for all the tables from 2 – 12, and also for square numbers.

This pack contains 11 sheets.
Looking for worksheets to supplement your present scheme? Stretch quick pupils? Reinforce learning for slower pupils? Revision?
Subtraction sums to 5 (1)
Subtraction sums to 5 (2)
Subtraction sums to 10 (1)
Subtraction sums to 10 (2)
Flower subtraction (1)
Flower subtraction (2)
Flower subtraction (3)
Subtraction to 10 (1)
Subtraction to 10 (2)
Find the difference (1)
Find the difference (2)
They form a structured sequence, and can be used as a stand-alone resource to cover the requirements of the National Curriculum.
They can also be used individually, and are equally valuable to supplement existing teaching materials, for
• Homework
• Reinforcement
• Extension work
• Mixed-age environments.

18 pages of Exercises and games for the classroom.
numbers in position and as words
numbers as figures and as words.
Make numbers greater and less.
Use a code table.
Increase and decrease numbers by given amounts
Complete sequences. Identify the pattern.
Round numbers. Find numbers where specified digits are the same.
Round numbers to nearest ten, hundred. Use rounding for calculations.
Expressing number in words.
Use Number Lines to place negative numbers
addition and subtraction calculations involving Negative Numbers
thermometers and temperature differences including negative readings
Three in a Row, a Game for 2 players
Write and recognise numbers in Roman Numerals, perform simple addition sums.
Numbers up to 399
Recognise and use I V X L C M. Read and write dates. Crossnumber puzzle.
Perform calculations and write solutions using Roman numerals. Calculations include + - x / √ %
Some Significant Dates

26 pages of fun activities giving practice in maths for Easter!
Produce colourful maths-themed decorations for the classroom or to take home!
Easter Egg sequencing. Differentiated.
Complete sequences by drawing and colouring easter eggs
Easter Egg colour by numbers
Practice multiplication and Addition and create colourful patterns
My Easter Basket
Practice in using money to purchase flowers and mini-eggs. Create an Easter basket to take home.
Rabbit Multiplication
A card game giving practice in multiplying two or three numbers
Little Lost Lambs
A game based on “Battleships” to practice the use of coordinates
Easter Egg symmetry
Make attractive patterns while exploring reflective symmetry
Easter Bonnet Listening Exercise
Listen carefully to the instructions to produce a coloured poster.
Easter Egg Algebra
Match the eggs with the cups by performing simple algebra.
Counting Eggs
Problem solving sheets for KS2
Rabbit Run
Find the quickest routes for the rabbits to get the food.

The worksheets in Time Pack C are ideal for pupils in years 2, 3 and 4, and provide useful revision for years 5 and 6. They offer extensive practice at finding times “later than…,” or “earlier than….”
All the worksheets add and subtract to the nearest 5 minutes. They prepare pupils for the sheets in Pack D which add and subtract to the nearest minute.
The worksheets in Pack C are differentiated and may be chosen according to the needs of the pupils.
C:1 Later than….. (i) Adding 10, 15 and 20 minutes. No crossing of the hour.
Word questions.
C:2 Later than… (ii) Adding hours and minutes.
Word questions.
C:3 Later than… (iii) Adding minutes to the nearest 5 minutes. Crossing the hour.
C:4 Later than …. (iv) Adding hours and minutes. Minutes crossing the hour.
C:5 Earlier than…. (i) Subtracting minutes to the nearest 5 minutes. No crossing of the hour. Word questions.
C:6 Earlier than…. (ii) Subtracting hours and minutes.
Word questions.
C;7 Earlier than…. (iii) Subtracting minutes to the nearest 5 minutes. Crossing the hour.
C:8 Earlier than…. (iv) Subtracting hours and minutes. Minutes crossing the hour.