# The Mathematical Wonderland

Wonderful KS2 maths resources produced by a Primary Mathematics Specialist Teacher with over 25 years experience. All linked to the Primary National Curriculum.

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Wonderful KS2 maths resources produced by a Primary Mathematics Specialist Teacher with over 25 years experience. All linked to the Primary National Curriculum.

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Wonderful KS2 maths resources produced by a Primary Mathematics Specialist Teacher with over 25 years experience. All linked to the Primary National Curriculum.

A huge amount of differentiated resources for addition and subtraction in Year 3.
Over 100 pages plus all the answers and presentations.
Objectives Covered:
Add and subtract multiples of 100
Add and subtract 3-digit and 1-digit numbers – not crossing 10
Add 3-digit and 1-digit numbers –crossing 10
Subtract a 1-digit number from a 3-digit number – crossing 10
Add and subtract 3-digit and 2-digit numbers – not crossing 100
Add 3-digit and 2-digit numbers –crossing 100
Subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number –crossing 100
Add and subtract 100s
Spot the pattern – making it explicit
Add and subtract a 2-digit and 3-digit numbers –not crossing 10 or 100
Add a 2-digit and3-digit numbers – crossing 10 or 100
Subtract a2-digit number from a 3-digit number – crossing 10 or 100
Add two 3-digit numbers – not crossing 10 or 100
Add two 3-digit numbers – crossing 10 or 100
Subtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number – no exchange
Subtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number – exchange
Estimate answers to calculations
Check
Differentiated resources to support National Curriculum Learning Objectives and also covering the White Rose Scheme Small Steps approach.
These differentiated resources support children towards the objectives and can also be used in conjunction with White Rose Small Steps from
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wrm-year-3-scheme-of-learning-12144597
Please see the preview video for examples.

Designed for Y5 but useful in Y6.
Y5 **LO: Divide numbers up to 4 digits by a 1-digit number using the formal written short division. **
1. Pottery Lottery. Worksheets Differentiated (3 levels of challenge) 3 pages plus answers.
2. Around the Clock. Worksheets Differentiated (3 levels of challenge) 3 pages plus answers.
3. Short Division Flip Cards. 54 Flip Cards.
These cards pose short division questions and have the answers on the back.
They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work.
Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card.
Ideas for use:
a. Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer.
b. Work on own and ask partner to flip & check your answers.
c. Work independently against a timer.
d. Make your own Easy, Hard, and Harder Flip Cards.
e. Sort the cards into Easy, Hard, Harder piles and explain your reasoning.
f. You could edit a couple of cards; giving them the wrong answers and see how long it takes for pupils to spot your “mistakes”.
4. Four In A Line Giraffe Division. 3 Self Checking Partner Games. (No remainders, remainders, remainders as fractions).
5. Missing Digits. Differentiated (3 levels of challenge - no remainders, remainders, remainders as fractions) 3 pages plus answers.
6. Monster Mayhem. 3 Self Checking Partner Games. (No remainders, remainders, remainders as fractions). Maybe enlarge this one to A3.

**LO: To divide numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit whole number using the formal written method of long division. **
1. Scaffolded Long Division. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
2. 54 Long Division Flip Cards. 3 levels of challenge.
3. Long Division Robot Rumble. Self Checking Partner Game. 3 levels of challenge.
4. Long Division Mythical Treasure. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
5. Long Division Missing Digits Mastery Challenge. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
6. Multiple Grids to support Long Division.
7. Long Division Word Problems. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
8 and 9. Long Division Presentation. 7 Slides. One Rolling Version to display as pupils work.

Designed for Y5 LO: To multiply and divide whole numbers and those involving decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.
May also be useful for reinforcement & revision in Y6-Y8
1. Lesson Presentation Teaching Multiplication & Division by 10, 100 and 100 including whiteboard exercises for pupils.
2. Rolling Presentation to display as a reminder prompt when pupils work on Multiplication and Division by 10, 100 and 1000.
3. x ÷ by 10, 100 & 1000. 8 Worksheets differentiated to 4 levels of challenge:
1a and 1b Spy Squirrel - To multiply a number by 10
2a and 2b Who Ate Grandma - To multiply a number by 100.
3a and 3b Pottery Lottery - To multiply or divide a number by 10 or 100.
4a and 4b Cat Burglar - To multiply or divide a number by 10, 100 or 1000.
4. Missing number / missing operations. 3 worksheets with answers.
5. Robot Rumble - 2 self checking partner games.
6. 108 Flip Cards x ÷ by 10, 100 and 1000
These cards pose x ÷ by 10, 100 and 1000 questions and have the answers on the back.
They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work.
Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card.
Ideas for use:
a. Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer.
b. Work on own and ask partner to flip & check your answers.
c. Work independently against a timer.
d. Make your own Easy, Hard, and Harder Flip Cards.
e. Sort the cards into Easy, Hard, Harder piles and explain your reasoning.
f. You could edit a couple of cards; giving them the wrong answers and see how long it takes for pupils to spot your “mistakes���.
7. Learning scaffold Place Value Grids, useful with place value cards to move digits when multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100. May be better enlarged to A3 for some pupils.
All answers included.

Differentiated worksheets and self-checking partner games.
Objectives Covered:
• Add and subtract 1s, 10s, 100s and 1,000s
• Add two 4-digit numbers –no exchange
• Add two 4-digit numbers –one exchange
• Add two 4-digit numbers –more than one exchange
• Subtract two 4-digit numbers – no exchange
• Subtract two 4-digit numbers – one exchange
• Subtract two 4-digit numbers – more than one exchange
• Efficient subtraction
• Estimate answers
• Checking strategies
Differentiated resources to support National Curriculum Learning Objectives and also covering the White Rose Scheme Small Steps approach.
These differentiated resources support children towards the objectives and can also be used in conjunction with White Rose Y4 Autumn Block 2 Small Steps:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wrm-year-4-scheme-of-learning-12144600

Designed for Y4 and excellent also for Y5.
LO: To estimate, compare and calculate with money in pounds and pence.
LO: To solve money problems.
1. Missing Coins Reasoning and Calculation Challenges. Differentiated - 4 levels of challenge with answers.
2. Money Challenges Reasoning and Calculation Challenges. Differentiated - 4 levels of challenge with answers.
3. The Change Game - Self Checking Partner Game involving adding money and finding change.
4. Money Match Up Reasoning and Calculation Challenges. Differentiated - 3 levels of challenge with answers.
5. Money Pyramids - Addition and subtraction of money. Differentiated - 2 levels of challenge with answers.
6. Shopping Challenge - Money word problems. 1 page differentiated - 3 levels of challenge with answers.
7. Three Coins Lift Off. Money Starter. Pupils must add three coins with decreasing amounts of time to find the answer. Answer sheets included.
8. Three Coins Lift Off Answer Sheets.
9. 36 Money and Change Flip Cards
These cards pose money and have the answers on the back.
They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work.
Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card.
Ideas for use:
Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer.
Work on own and ask partner to flip & check your answers.
Work independently against a timer.
Make your own Easy, Hard, and Harder Flip Cards.
Sort the cards into Easy, Hard, Harder piles and explain your reasoning.
You could edit a couple of cards; giving them the wrong answers and see how long it takes for pupils to spot your “mistakes”.

LO: To understand right angles, degrees and fractions of a full rotation.
LO: To estimate and measure angles.
LO: To use knowledge of angles and triangles to find missing angles.
LO: To use understanding of angles in a right angle, straight line, ¾ turn and full circle to calculate missing angles.
LO: To draw and measure lines to the nearest 1mm. To draw and measure angles to the nearest 1 degree.
LO: To visualise 3D shapes from 2D nets.
18 slide presentation teaching about calculating angles.
Estimate angles flip cards.
Flip Cards
These cards pose angle estimation questions and have the answers on the back.
They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work.
Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card.
Ideas for use:
Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer.
Work on own and ask partner to flip & check your answers.
Work independently against a timer.
Make your own Easy, Hard, and Harder Flip Cards.
Sort the cards into Easy, Hard, Harder piles and explain your reasoning.
You could edit a couple of cards; giving them the wrong answers and see how long it takes for pupils to spot your “mistakes”.
Angles in a triangle - differentiated 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Angles in a polygons - differentiated 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Calculating Angles - differentiated 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Drawing Accurately - differentiated 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Introducing Angles. Matching Challenge with support sheet.
Measure with a protractor - 2 self checking partner games.
Nets of Cubes Dice Challenge - identifying appropriate nets for dice.

Year 3 National Curriculum Objectives covered:
LO: To recognise the place value of each digit in a three-digit number (hundreds, tens, ones).
LO: To find 10 or 100 more or less than a given number.
LO: To compare and order numbers up to 1000.
LO: To identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations.
LO: To read and write numbers up to 1000 in numerals and in words.
LO: To count from in multiples of 50 and 100.
LO: To solve number problems and practical problems involving these ideas.
These differentiated resources support children towards the objectives and can also be used in conjunction with White Rose Small Steps:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wrm-year-3-scheme-of-learning-12144597
Differentiated resources to support National Curriculum Learning Objectives and also covering the White Rose Scheme Small Steps approach.
Includes a brief presentation overview of the activities to show pupils.
Understanding Hundreds. 6 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
Writing Numbers to 1000 in words and figures. (best enlarged to A3) 3 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
To understand how 3-digit numbers are made up of 100s, 10s and 1s. 6 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
To Estimate Numbers on a Number Line. 3 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
Place Value Bingo Presentation Game #1.
Place Value Bingo Presentation Game #2.
LO: To position numbers correctly on a number line. 3 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
To find 1, 10 or 100 more or less than a number. 3 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
To find 1, 10 or 100 more or less than a number Four In A Line. 3 Self Checking Partner Games. Instead of picking from each box, pupils could use dice to randomise selections.
To compare numbers shown in different images. 6 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
To compare numbers to 1000. Missing Digits Inequalities.
Ordering Numbers. 3 levels of challenge.
Count in 50s.
Place Value Reasoning

LO: To multiply 4-digit numbers by a 1-digit number using a formal written method.
1. Code Breaker. 2 levels of challenge with answers.
2. Connectors. Use a ruler line to connect the multiplications to their correct answers. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
3. Dartboards. 3 levels. Self checking partner games.
4. Missing Digits. Use knowledge of multiplication to fill in missing digits. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
5. Nasty Mastery. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
6. Soccer Shootout. 3 levels. Self checking partner games.

Objectives Covered:
LO: Identify the value of each digit in numbers given to three decimal places
LO: Multiply numbers by 10, 100 and 1000 giving answers up to 3 decimal places
LO: Multiply 1-digit numbers with up to 2 decimal places by whole numbers
LO: Use written division methods with decimal answers
LO: Solve problems which require answers to be rounded
LO: Convert between fractions and decimals and vice versa
Differentiated resources to support National Curriculum Learning Objectives and also covering the White Rose Scheme Small Steps approach.
These differentiated resources support children towards the objectives and can also be used in conjunction with White Rose Small Steps for Y6 Spring Block 1 Decimals.
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wrm-year-6-scheme-of-learning-12144606
Please see the preview for an overview of the many resources included:
Three Decimal Places - Presentation, 2 Code Cracker Challenges, 2 pages of Reasoning Challenges, 36 Flip Cards.
Multiply by 10, 100, 1000 - Presentation, 3 Picture Puzzles, Check My Work Differentiated Challenge.
Divide by 10, 100, 1000 - 3 Differentiated Grids, 3 Differentiated Robot Rumble Games, 3 Spirals Challenges, 3 Differentiated Connectors.
Multiply Decimals by Integers - Presentation, 2 Self Checking Partner Games, 6 pages of Differentiated Word Problems, 3 Differentiated Missing Digits Challenges.
Divide Decimals by Integers - Presentation, 3 pages of Differentiated Missing Digits Challenges, 3 Differentiated Worksheets, 3 Picture Puzzles Challenges.
Division to Solve Problems - 3 pages of Differentiated Problems.
Decimals as Fractions - Presentation, 36 Flip Cards, 3 pages Spy Mystery Challenge, 3 levels of Connectors Worksheets.
Fractions to Decimals 1 - Presentation, 3 Picture Puzzles, Ordering Fractions Differentiated Challenge.
Fractions to Decimals 2 - Presentation, 3 pages of Missing Digits Challenges, Self Checking Partner Game.
Different versions of the same presentations are provided so some can be shown on rolling loops as pupils work.

Y3 Y4 Mental Addition and Subtraction with compensation / adjusting.
3 Differentiated worksheets.
One addition, one subtraction, one money each with 3 levels of challenge.
Quick Freebie Upload :-)

LO: Use rounding to estimate answers to calculations.
1 page of problems plus answers.
Differentiated - 3 levels of challenge.

Free Taster of
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/long-division-y6-18-pages-differentiated-challenges-inc-missing-digits-mastery-presentation-11752274
which has many more pages of differentiated challenges and activities plus answers, plus presentations and flip cards.

Learning Objectives Covered:
To recognize that shapes with the same areas can have different perimeters and vice versa.
To recognize when it is possible to use formulae for area and volume of shapes.
To calculate the area of parallelograms and triangles.
To calculate, estimate and compare volume of cubes and cuboids using standard units.
To calculate the perimeter and area of composite rectilinear shapes.
6 slide powerpoint teaching about area of shapes.
Hamster Homes. LO: To calculate the perimeter and area of composite rectilinear shapes. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Same area different perimeter and vice versa.
Area of Triangles First Steps. From Counting Squares to using formula.
Area of Triangles - Mastery. Harder challenges. 3 levels with answers.
Area of Parallelograms. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Volume by counting cubes. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Volume by formula. 3 levels of challenge with answers.

LO: To multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers.
LO: To solve word problems involving multiplication (#6).
Activities are mainly differentiated by the level of multiplication tables knowledge required 2x3x4x5x / 6x8x / 7x9x.
1. Connectors - Pupils complete the calculations and match to the correct answers. 3 levels of challenge.
2. Let’s Go Fishing - Pupils score points for the correct answers they find as they go fishing. 3 levels of challenge.
3. Missing Digits Mastery Challenge - 3 levels of challenge. This is differentiated by the number of missing digit gaps in the calculations.
4. Picture Puzzles - 3 levels of challenge. Pupils complete the calculations and shade in the answer sections to create a picture.
5. Soccer Shoot Out. Best enlarged to A3. Self Checking Partner Game. 3 levels of challenge.
6. Multiplication Word Problems. 4 levels of challenge.
7. 36 Flip Cards
These cards pose multiplication questions and have the answers on the back. They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work.
Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card.
Ideas for use:
Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer.
Work on own and ask partner to flip & check your answers.
Work independently against a timer.
Make your own Easy, Hard, and Harder Flip Cards.
Sort the cards into Easy, Hard, Harder piles and explain your reasoning.
You could edit a couple of cards; giving them the wrong answers and see how long it takes for pupils to spot your “mistakes”.

1. LO: To count forwards and backwards with whole numbers, including through zero.
Complete gaps in the sequences.
4 pages plus answers. 3 differentiated challenges plus an extension.
2. LO: To recognise sequences including fractions and decimals, and find the step rule.
Complete gaps in the sequences.
4 pages plus answers. 3 differentiated challenges plus an extension.
3. LO: To count forwards and backwards with positive and negative whole numbers, including through zero.
18 Flip Cards - Self Checking Partner game. Counting on and back including through zero.
4. LO: To count forwards and backwards with positive and negative whole numbers, including through zero.
Pottery Lottery. 2 Worksheets plus answers.
5. LO: To count backwards through zero to include negative numbers.
Hop Back - Four In A Line. Self checking partner game.

Objectives Covered:
LO: To read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value.
LO: To understand and count in thousands.
LO: To count in multiples of 4, 8, 50, 6, 7, 9, 25 and 1000.
LO: To count backwards through zero to include negative numbers.
LO: To find 1000 more or less than a given number.
LO: To recognise the place value of each digit in a four-digit number.
LO: To solve number problems with increasingly large positive numbers.
LO: To round numbers to the nearest 10.
LO: To round numbers to the nearest 100.
LO: To round numbers to the nearest 1000.
LO: To understand partitioning.
LO: To estimate and write numbers on number lines to 10000.
LO: To compare 4-digit numbers.
LO: To order 4-digit numbers.
Differentiated resources to support National Curriculum Learning Objectives and also covering the White Rose Scheme Small Steps approach.
These differentiated resources support children towards the objectives and can also be used in conjunction with White Rose Scheme of Work
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wrm-year-4-scheme-of-learning-12144600
All files include answers.
• Roman Numeral Addition Pyramids.
• Roman Numeral Five In A Line Addition Partner Game.
• Roman Numeral Match up - 2 pages plus answers.
• Roman Numeral Ordering - 2 pages plus answers.
• Three sets of flip cards. Arabic numbers one side, Roman numerals on the other. Use either way for self-checking partner games.
• Two versions of a short presentation - one as an intro. The other as a continuous loop for pupils to reference whilst working.
• A couple of Roman Numeral Puzzle Challenges.
• Place Value Grids - pupils write the numbers shown and then one more / one less.
• Hopping back into negative numbers - self checking partner game.
• Counting on multiple trails - fill in the missing multiples.
• 18 Counting on in multiples partner challenge cards.
• Counting on in multiples - Spot my mistakes worksheet.
• Counting back into negative numbers - 18 flip cards - support pupils with a number line if required.
• Counting back into negative numbers - Pottery Lottery Worksheet.
• Challenging problem solving - use the clues to identify the four-digit numbers.
• Lift Off Rounding Challenge - rounding to the nearest 10.
• Round to the nearest 10 flip cards.
• Round to the nearest 100 flip cards.
• Round to the nearest 1000 flip cards.
• Round to the nearest 100 connectors. 3 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
• Partitioning in different ways. Reasoning Challenges.
• Partitions Representations.
• Number Line Connectors. 3 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
• Placing Numbers on Number Lines.
• Compare Numbers to 10000. 6 pages plus answers. 3 levels of challenge.
• Order 4-digit numbers. Reasoning Challenges.
• Thousands.

Presentations, differentiated worksheets and self-checking partner games.
Objectives Covered
Measure and calculate the perimeter of rectilinear shapes
Convert between kilometres and metres
Differentiated resources to support National Curriculum Learning Objectives and also covering the White Rose Scheme Small Steps approach.
These differentiated resources support children towards the objectives and can also be used in conjunction with White Rose Y4 Autumn Block 3 Small Steps:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wrm-year-4-scheme-of-learning-12144600
Please see the previews for more details.

Covering the Y3 Small Steps
LO: To tell and write the time from an analogue clock, including using Roman numerals from I to XII, and 12-hour and 24-hour clocks.
LO: To estimate and read time with increasing accuracy to the nearest minute; record and compare time in terms of seconds, minutes and hours; use vocabulary such as o’clock, a.m./p.m., morning, afternoon, noon and midnight.
LO: To know the number of seconds in a minute and the number of days in each month, year and leap year.
LO: To compare durations of events [for example to calculate the time taken by particular events or tasks].
Which Month Puzzles - use with the Time presentation. For support work with a partner. Extension, ask children to create 3 of their own month puzzles.
Time Numbers Connectors - use with the Time presentation. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
27 Telling The Analogue Time Flip Cards. These split telling the analogue time into looking at the hour hand and minute hand separately.
27 Telling The Analogue Time Flip Cards. Combining hours and minutes.
Telling the Analogue Time to the nearest 5 minutes Code Breakers. ** 3 levels of challenge** - moving in to Roman Numerals.
Telling Analogue Time to the nearest minute. Straightforward clock faces to read. ** 3 levels of challenge** - numbers --> Roman numerals --> no numbers or numerals.
Am pm time puzzle. To differentiate work with partners or in groups for support.
am pm & 24 hour time lines to complete. 3 levels of challenge. For further support provide am pm support tables or am pm completed 24 hour time lines (included in download).
How long until the next hour (o’clock) time? Starting to find durations. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Durations: using time number lines to find durations.** 3 levels of challenge** with answers.
Comparing Durations. Comparing the lengths of TV programmes , train journeys and marathon runs. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Mastery reasoning challenges.** 3 levels of tricky challenges** involving start times, end times and durations.
Stop Watch Seconds Mastery Reasoning Challenges. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Time presentation teaching about days in each month and how to tell analogue time.
Rolling powerpoint reminder of the minute hand.
Rolling powerpoint reminder of analogue time.

Designed for Y3 but very useful for Y4.
Y3 LO: To recognise, find and write fractions of a discrete set of objects: unit fractions and non-unit fractions with small denominators.
1and;2. Presentation showing how to find unit fractions of a set of objects or of a number/amount. Second version is a rolling version to leave on whilst pupils work.
3and4. Presentation showing how to find non-unit fractions of a set of objects or of a number/amount. Second version is a rolling version to leave on whilst pupils work.
5. LO: To understand the connection between fractions as operators and division. Match-up worksheet, **3 levels of challenge **plus answers.
6. Finding fractions of amounts using fraction pies or fraction trays which are provided on the worksheets. Pupils can draw dots on the sheets or work with objects. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
7. Mastery/Reasoning challenges - Missing Fractions / Missing wholes. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
8. Fractions of Amounts - Back of the net. 2 self-checking partner games, one easier, one harder.
9. Fraction Word Problems. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
10. 36 Fractions of Numbers Flip Cards.
These cards pose fractions of numbers questions and have the answers on the back.
They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work.
Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card.
Ideas for use:
Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer.
Work on own and ask partner to flip & check your answers.
Work independently against a timer.
Make your own Easy, Hard, and Harder Flip Cards.
Sort the cards into Easy, Hard, Harder piles and explain your reasoning.
You could edit a couple of cards; giving them the wrong answers and see how long it takes for pupils to spot your “mistakes”.
Fractions of Amounts Challenge Cards.