# Operation Maths

I have been teaching for 12 years and throughout this time I have created numerous resources to support children of many different ages and abilities.

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I have been teaching for 12 years and throughout this time I have created numerous resources to support children of many different ages and abilities.

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I have been teaching for 12 years and throughout this time I have created numerous resources to support children of many different ages and abilities.

These worksheets include a number of different ways to help students learn about and remember square numbers.
• Work out the square numbers
• Cut out the square number questions and match them with their answer
• Write the square numbers from 1 squared to 10 squared as a number and as a word, then find them in the word search
• Square numbers crossword
• Find and colour in the square numbers from 1 squared to 12 squared to reveal the hidden word
• Work out the answers to sums which include square numbers
• Square numbers test
I have also included a number spellings sheet to support the word search and crossword if required.
Answers included.

Number spellings from one to twenty followed by multiples of ten up to one hundred.
This resource can be used to support a range of activities including my word search resources.

Work out the answers to the sums and reveal an operation.
• Addition sum searches – Colour in all the addition sums with a given answer
• Subtraction sum searches – Colour in all the subtraction sums with a given answer
• Multiplication sum searches – Colour in all the multiplication sums with a given answer
• Division sum searches – Colour in all the division sums with a given answer
There are 4 sum searches for every operations. Each set of sum searches is differentiated with A being the easiest and D the hardest.
Answers included.

These sheets are an excellent way to test students on their knowledge of multiples.
• Colour in all the multiples to reveal the hidden words.
• There is a separate sheet for each multiple from 2-12.
Each sheet also has an extension where students can write how they know when a number is a multiple of the number on the sheet.
Answers included.

Work out the answers to times tables in words, then find them in the word search.
The word searches cover the 2 to 10 times tables.
I have also included a page to support the spelling of the times table answers.
Answers included.

A selection of matching activities for all maths operations.
· Match the words with the correct maths operation – Addition and subtraction
· Match the words with the correct maths operation – Multiplication and division
· Cut out the maths operations and words, then match them together
Answers included.

Use these word searches to get students used to maths language for the four maths operations.
· Addition word search
· Subtraction word search
· Multiplication word search
· Division word search
Answers included.

Reflect symmetry related words in mirror lines and also shapes in vertical, horizontal and diagonal mirror lines.
• Reflect the words in the mirror lines (colouring squares & drawing lines)
• Reflect the patterns in the mirror lines (colouring squares)
• Reflect the shapes in the mirror lines (drawing lines)
There are multiple pages for each activity.
Answers included.

A fun activity to do with a new class or at any point throughout the year.
• Students use their age and date of birth to complete activities related to time conversions, addition, factors, multiples, area and perimeter.
• Use the price list to work out the total cost and product of their first name, surname and full name.
A different way to learn All About Me!

Work out the answers to division questions in words, then find them in the word search.
The word searches cover division from 2 to 10.
I have also included a page to support the spelling of the division answers.
Answers included.

These worksheets include a number of different ways to help students learn about and remember prime numbers.
• Work out if a numbers 1 to 15 are prime using their factors
• Write the first 15 prime numbers, then find them in the word search
• Colour in the prime numbers (1-20)
• Colour in the prime numbers (1-100)
• Prime numbers maze
• Prime numbers crossword
• Find and colour the first 15 prime numbers to reveal the hidden word
I have also included a number spellings sheet to support the word search and crossword if required.
Answers included.

There are 5 different types of odd and even activities. Each activity has also been differentiated with A being the easiest and C the hardest.
• Colour the odd numbers
• Colour the even numbers
• Odd number mazes
• Even number mazes
• Cut and stick odd and even numbers
• Choose if a number is odd or even
• Colour the odd numbers to reveal the hidden word
• Colour the even numbers to reveal the hidden word
Answers included.

These are the perfect set of activities for learning how to order the days of the week and months. There are also anagram activities to support spelling of days of the week and months.
· Ordering days of the week – Cut out the socks with the days on and stick them in order on the washing line
· Ordering months – Cut out the green bottles with the months on and stick them in order on the wall
· Which day? – Put the letters in the correct order to spell a day
· Which month? – Put the letters in the correct order to spell a month

Students always love receiving praise and recognition for their achievements, so why not award your students with a certificate when they show they can quickly answer times table questions.
Certificates cover all times tables from 2 to 12.

Students always love receiving praise and recognition for their achievements, so why not award your students with a certificate when they show they can quickly answer division questions.
Certificates cover all division from 2 to 12.

This step by step guide shows how to work out the exact trigonometric values for sin, cos and tan of 30°, 45° and 60°.

This document contains different types of symmetry related activities for regular polygons.
• Folding Lines of Symmetry – Cut out the regular polygons and write the number of sides, corners and their name, then fold them to find all the lines of symmetry
• Matching Properties – Cut out the regular polygons and their properties, then match them together
• Drawing Lines of Symmetry – Draw the lines of symmetry on the regular polygons and write their name and the number of lines of symmetry
• Lines of Symmetry – Fill in the table to show the number of sides, corners and lines of symmetry for each regular polygon, then find them in the word search
• Lines of Symmetry Crossword – Work out the names of the regular polygons using the lines of symmetry as clues
Thank you to Graphics From the Pond for the image on the front cover.
Answers included.