# 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.

LO: Find Factors and Common Factors. Designed for Y5, useful in Y6.
1. 144 Factor Bugs. The Solutions To The First 144 Factor Bugs.
2. Blank Factor Bugs. To set varied challenges.
3. Factor Bug Challenges. Differentiated Worksheets. 4 Levels of Challenge plus answers.
4. Factor Bug Mega Challenge. Mastery with depth Factor Bug Challenge. Includes answers.
5. Common Factors. Differentiated Worksheets. 3 Levels of Challenge plus answers.
6. Factor Bug Flip Cards.
These cards pose factor bug questions and have the answer bugs 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. Finding Factors. Simple Worksheet.
8. Owl Factor. To solve problems involving knowledge of factors, multiples, squares, cubes and primes. The owls give clues to their numbers and pupils must use reasoning and their knowledge of properties of numbers to find the secret numbers. Differentiated - 3 levels of challenge plus answers.

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.
Uploaded in both pdf and Word formats with 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

Worksheets and self checking partner games.
Challenges for the first part of Y4 Autumn Block 2 Small Steps:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/wrm-2018-19-autumn-schemes-of-learning-years-1-to-6-11969408
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
pdf and Word copies

**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 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.

Y3 Y4 Y5 Add Increasingly Large Numbers Mentally
These activities help pupils to practise adding mentally using a partitioning strategy.
Dragons Den Four In A Line - 2 self checking partner games. The first involves adding 2 digit numbers, the second involves adding 3 digit numbers.
Addition Pyramid. 2 pages of addition pyramids plus answers. The first involves adding 2 digit numbers, the second involves adding 3 digit numbers.
Row Column Self Checking Worksheet with answers provided.
Shoot for the Stars Self Checking Partner Game adding 2 digit numbers.
Shoot for the Stars Self Checking Partner Game adding 3 digit numbers.
Let’s Play Darts - 2 Self Checking Partner Games. The first involves adding 2 digit numbers, the second involves adding 3 digit numbers.
The last five files each have 18 flip cards.
7-11. Each 18 Flip Cards: Print Double Sided (Back to Back) onto Card.
a. Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer.
b. Work on own and ask partner to flip and check your answers.
c. Work independently against a timer.
d. Make your own Easy, Hard, Harder Flip Cards.
Add further challenge by mixing sets of flip cards together.
1. Flip Cards Set #1 Add 2 digit numbers mentally, no bridging / exchanging / carrying.
2. Flip Cards Set #2 Add 2 digit numbers mentally, includes bridging / exchanging / carrying.
3. Flip Cards Set #3 Add 3 digit numbers mentally, no bridging / exchanging / carrying.
4. Flip Cards Set #4 Add 3 digit numbers mentally, includes some bridging / exchanging / carrying.
5. Flip Cards Set #5 Add 3 digit numbers mentally, includes more bridging / exchanging / carrying.

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.

LO: To read, write and convert time between analogue and digital 12- and 24-hour clocks.
LO: To solve problems involving converting from hours to minutes; minutes to seconds; years to months; weeks to days.
Time pyramids, converting between hours, minutes and seconds to add and subtract time durations. 4 levels of challenge with answers.
Connectors - converting between units of time from centuries to seconds. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Ordering times. Converting between hours, minutes and seconds to order time durations. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Calculating durations. 2 self checking partner games, one easier, one harder.
Ages Reasoning Challenges. Convert between days, weeks, months, years and use reasoning to solve. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Time Inequalities. Convert between units of time to compare periods. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
27 analogue to 24 hour digital flip cards.
27 am pm to 24 hour digital flip cards.
Time Reasoning. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Time Presentation - days in each month and reading 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.

Y6 LO: To describe positions on the full coordinate grid (all four quadrants). To draw and translate simple shapes on the coordinate plane, and reflect them in the axes.
1. Pottery Lottery - Translate and reflect shapes . 3 levels of challenge. With answers.
2. Codewords - Translations and reflections. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
3. Touchstone Mysteries - Translating and reflecting shapes in 4 quadrants. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
4. Delta Rockets - Describing translations and reflections. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
5. Dot to dot plot. Translate and reflect dots to complete picture puzzles. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
6. Four in a line translations. 2 self checking partner games to support translations. First in one quadrant then in four quadrants.
7. 16 slide presentation supporting learning of co-ordinates, translations and reflections.
8. Copy of presentation which is set up for rolling reference whist pupils work on other activities.
In line with the White Rose Small Steps
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/white-rose-maths-schemes-of-learning-years-1-6-block-4-and-5-11749089
Coordinates in the first quadrant
Coordinate in four quadrants
Translations
Reflections

LO: To recognise the per cent symbol (%) and understand that per cent relates to ‘number of parts per hundred’, and write percentages as a fraction with denominator 100, and as a decimal.
17 Slide Teaching Presentation Powerpoint.
Rolling Reminder Version of the Powerpoint to display while pupils work on the challenges.
12 questions, 3 pages drawing out different representations of percentages for understanding. With answers.
Making percentage number sentences. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Spellings / Tables Test Percentages. Reasoning challenges reinforcing understanding of percentages. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
Percentage word problems. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
More percentage word problems. These need understanding of equivalent fractions and decimals. 3 levels of challenge with answers.
54 Fraction - Percentage Flip Cards. 9. 18 Decimal - Percentage Flip Cards.
These cards have fractions or decimals on one side and equivalent percentages 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”.

**LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations.
LO: To know angles are measured in degrees: estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles.
LO: To name 2D-shapes and use conventional markings for parallel lines and right angles.
LO: To measure angles in degrees. To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm).
LO To draw given angles, and measure them in degrees.
LO: To identify angles at a point and one whole turn (total 360 degrees), angles at a point on a straight line and ½ a turn (total 180 degrees), other multiples of 90 degrees.
LO: To use the properties of rectangles to find missing lengths and angles.
LO To use reasoning to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons. **
1. Revealing Shapes - LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations,3 levels of challenge with answers.
2. How many cubes? - To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers.
3. Front Side Top 3D Shapes - To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers.
4. Estimate Angles 18 Flip Cards - To know angles are measured in degrees: estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles.
These cards show angles to estimate 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.
6. Parallel & Right Angles - LO: To name 2D-shapes and use conventional markings for parallel lines and right angles. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
7. Robot Angles - LO: To measure angles in degrees (o). To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm). 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
8. Angle Islands - LO To draw given angles, and measure them in degrees. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
9. Angle Challenges - LO: To identify angles at a point and one whole turn (total 360 degrees), angles at a point on a straight line and ½ a turn (total 180 degrees), other multiples of 90 degrees. 3 levels of challenge plus answers.
10. Rectangle Puzzles - differentiated challenges. 3 levels of challenge with answers. LO: To use the properties of rectangles to find missing lengths and angles.
11. Regular, irregular mastery. Reasoning challenges differentiated 3 levels with answers. LO To use reasoning to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons.

LO: Add a multiple of ten to a 3-digit number.
LO: Subtract a multiple of ten from a 3-digit number.
Please note, some of these resources have previously been available with a different title, please check the preview.
Differentiated Worksheets and self checking partner games.
Challenge 1 of 3 on each worksheet does not cross 100.

Y5 LO: To multiply numbers up to 4 digits by a one- or two-digit number using a formal written method, including long multiplication for two-digit numbers.
1. Alien Invasion. 2 Self Checking Partner Games. One easier one harder.
2. 36 Flip Cards. 18 are ThHTOxO, 18 are ThHTOxTO.
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:
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”.
3. Penguin Products. 2 Self Checking Partner Games. One easier one harder.
4. Missing Digits. Differentiated - 4 levels of challenge. 6 problems at each level. With answers.
5. Multiplication Pyramids. 6 Pyramids with answers.
6. Shoot For The Stars. 2 Self Checking Partner Games. May be better enlarged to A3.
7. Shopping Challenge. Written Multiplicaion word problems. Differentiated - 3 levels of challenge. One page plus answers.

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.

LO: Add and Subtract Multiples of 100
LO: Add and Subtract 3-digit and 1-digit numbers - not crossing 10
LO: Add and Subtract 3-digit and 2-digit numbers - not crossing 100
LO: Spot Patterns in addition and subtraction
LO: Add and Subtract 2-digit and 3-digit numbers - not crossing 10 or 100
LO: Add and Subtract 2-digit and 3-digit numbers crossing 10 or 100
LO: Add two 3-digit numbers - not crossing 10 or 100
Self Checking Partner Games and Differentiated Worksheets.

Differentiated Worksheets and Activities.
Adding/subtracting ones, multiples of 10 and multiples of 100 and 3-digit numbers.
Then adding and subtracting two 3-digit numbers crossing 10 or 100.
Please note, some of these resources have previously been available with a different title, please check the preview.

Y3 Add and subtract numbers mentally: 3-digit number and ones, tens or hundreds.
3 levels of challenge plus and extension
Answers included.
Support pupils with Place Value Apparatus or Place Value Counters.
Practise counting forwards and backwards from random 3 digit numbers in hundreds, tens or ones, with partners or around tables.
Extend pupils by asking them to create their own missing digit problems.
How many digits can we hide and still be sure of finding the answers? Does is matter which digits we hide? Can they explain?

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.