(Almost) unlimited, NO-PREP, differentiated sets of Maths worksheets. At the click of a button all numbers (and visuals ) are randomized, creating a new worksheet with different numbers .... as many times as you want with answers automatically generated every time. Check out one of the Freebie samplers to see how they work.

(Almost) unlimited, NO-PREP, differentiated sets of Maths worksheets. At the click of a button all numbers (and visuals ) are randomized, creating a new worksheet with different numbers .... as many times as you want with answers automatically generated every time. Check out one of the Freebie samplers to see how they work.

Bridging through 10 is a mental math technique that can be used when adding two numbers with units that have a sum greater than ten.
This pack has 2 parts
1. Worksheet Sets
Worksheet Set 1
Adding 1 digit numbers to 2 digit numbers, bridging up to 100 - with visual support
Worksheet Set 2
Adding 2 digit numbers to 2 digit numbers, bridging up to 100 - with visual support
Pupils have the opportunity to practice this topic further either by using the visual method from Worksheets 1 & 2, or using their own graphics that support the concept of bridging.
Worksheet Set 3
Adding 1 digit numbers to 2 digit numbers, bridging up to 100.
Worksheet Set 4
Adding 2 digit numbers to 2 digit numbers, bridging up to 100.
How many worksheets are in each set ?
Almost Unlimited. At the click of a button all numbers are randomised, so you can create as many different worksheets as you need for classwork, homework, revision, preparing for assessment, fillers etc and the numbers will change every time.
Answers are automatically generated every time.
**2. The “Interactive Teaching Resource” **
Designed to be used by teachers and pupils on an Interactive Whiteboard or on a PC/Mac computer for one-to-one tuition. Examples are randomly generated at the click of a button, so you can use this one page as many times as needed. There is also the option to take the pupils through the process in 3 separate steps, one at a time.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about this topic and understanding

‘Dienes’ refer to base-ten blocks used to introduce place value, addition, and subtraction. Dienes that pupils can manipulate with their hands are common in most elementary classrooms with the rods for 10s & squares for units etc.
However at some point there needs to be a transition to the more formal methods of adding and subtracting, and this is the purpose of these resources.
Students now see the Dienes to be added or subtracted, and with simple mental arithmetic add (or subtract) the rods (10s) and the units (1s) to obtain the solution. This is where it begins.
The next step is to perform calculations where there is a need for ‘regrouping’ units into 10s for addition and ‘borrowing’ from the 10s to the units for subtraction.
This transition from physical Dienes to Dienes on paper will then provide a good foundation to move onto addition and subtraction without the need for visual support.
Worksheets & Digital Teaching Resources
Addition
Both the worksheets & teaching resources are set at two levels:
The sum of the units are always below 10
The solutions require regrouping of 10 ones as 1 ten.
Subtraction
Both the worksheets & teaching resources are again set at two levels.
No borrowing is required, the minuend is always larger than the subtrahend.
The minuend is always smaller than the subtrahend, so the solution requires borrowing from the 10s to the units
How many worksheets are in each set ?
Almost Unlimited. At the click of a button all numbers are randomised, so you can create as many different worksheets as you need for classwork, homework, revision, preparing for assessment, fillers etc and the numbers will change every time.
The Digital Teaching Resources are designed to be used on an interactive whiteboard for whole class teaching or on a computer for one-to-one tuition. You can keep on generating as many new questions as you need.
No-Prep Worksheets
These are straightforward no-prep worksheets that require very little instructions. They are ideal for lesson fillers, and to have ready for a replacement teacher if needed.
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

*Year 4 programme of study: Number – fractions - add and subtract fractions with the same denominator’
Pupils continue to practise adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator, to become fluent through a variety of increasingly complex problems beyond one whole. *
14 sets of progressive differentiated worksheets to ensure your students develop all the skills needed to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators. They combine to create a smooth transition in the learning process from adding and subtracting fractions less than one to adding and subtracting mixed numbers, all with the same denominators.
The approach used here is as follows:
Firstly convert the mixed numbers to improper fractions.
Perform the addition or subtraction, essentially with the numerators of the improper fractions.
Convert the resultant improper fraction back to a mixed number.
As you can see in the list below there are some important additional interim steps included to make the process complete:
Set 1: Add 2 fractions with the sum < 1
Set 2: Add 3 fractions with the sum < 1
Set 3: Subtract with both fractions < 1
Set 4: Numerical questions: Addition & subtraction, all fractions and answers < 1
Set 5: Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers
Set 6: Convert mixed fractions to improper fractions Part 1: Whole number = 1
Set 7: Convert mixed fractions to improper fractions Part 2: Whole numbers from 1 to 4
Set 8: Numerical questions: Convert mixed fractions to improper fractions
Set 9: Add 2 fractions , each < 1 but their sum >1
Set 10: Numerical questions: Add 2 or 3 fractions with sum > 1
Set 11: Add 2 mixed numbers
Set 12: Subtract mixed numbers
Set 13: Numerical questions: Add 2 mixed numbers
Set 14: Numerical questions: Subtract mixed numbers
All the above, except where it states ‘Numerical questions’ , use visual fraction models.
Within all of the sets you have a choice of the level of questions. For the worksheets with the visual fraction models, you can decide on 3 levels how much information to provide. For the Numerical questions there are 2 levels where the range of denominators used are different, and in set 13 & 14 the range of whole numbers.
A little reminder on each Worksheet
At the top of all the worksheets using the visual fraction model there is an example shown as a memory jogger and as a teaching tool if needed.
How many Worksheets are there in total ?
In principle almost unlimited. The 14 sets and the 2 or 3 levels within each set you have over 35 to choose from. BUT on top of that, at the click of a button numbers are randomised, so the questions change every time which allows you to create new worksheets at the same level for extra practice or revision throughout the year or even give groups of pupils in your class different sets of questions.

The Teaching Page when projected onto a screen or interactive whiteboard allows you to go through the standard algorithm for multiplication showing each step of the process to your class. Every time you press one of the randomising buttons it changes the 3 digit multiplicand. Each button represents a different multiplier from 2 to 9, so you have an endless set of examples to practice with.
The two printable Dynamic PDF Worksheets provide an (almost) infinite number of practice questions .
12 questions are laid out on the page. When any of the buttons (at the bottom of the page) is clicked all the 3 digit multiplicand will change.
On Worksheet 1 each button represents a different multiplier from 2 to 9 , so for example you can have a whole page of 3 digit numbers multiplied by 4, or 5 etc.
On Worksheet 2 each button represents a range of multipliers e.g. 3 to 6. Each row of questions will multiply the 3 digit number by a different number, first row by 3, second row by 4 etc.
Answers are generated automatically every time.
UK National Curriculum. Year 4 Programme of Study:
Number - Multiplication and Division.
Multiply two-digit and three-digit numbers by a one-digit number using formal written layout
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21 Sets of Worksheets on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 provide an abundance of practice material with multiple levels of differentiation allowing you to select the questions that is just right for your pupils.
The Worksheets are divided into 2 formats.
For the first format, which is really the preparation stage, there is a **place value grid **for each question so pupils can see what is happening to the numbers as they are multiplied or divided.
Having grasped this, pupils can then move onto the Worksheets with 20 questions, with one sample place grid displayed to help the pupils if needed.
How many Worksheets in each Set ?
Almost unlimited because you can randomise the numbers on ALL the Worksheets at the click of a button.
Worksheet Set 1 to 3: with Place Value Grid
Multiply by 10
Divide by 10
Mix of multiply and divide by 10
Worksheet Set 4 to 6: 20 Questions
4. Multiply by 10
5. Divide by 10
6. Mix of multiply and divide by 10
Worksheet Set 7 to 9: with Place Value Grid
7. Multiply by 100
8. Divide by 100
9. Mix of multiply and divide by 100
Worksheet Set 10 to 12: 20 Questions
10. Multiply by 100
11. Divide by 100
12. Mix of multiply and divide by 100
Worksheet Set 13 to 15: with Place Value Grid
13. Multiply by 1000
14. Divide by 1000
15. Mix of multiply and divide by 1000
Worksheet Set to 18: 20 Questions
16. Multiply by 1000
17. Divide by 1000
18. Mix of multiply and divide by 1000
Worksheet Set 19 to 21: 20 Questions
19. Mix of multiply by 10, 100 or 1000
20. Mix of divide by 10, 100 or 1000
21. Mix of multiply and divide by 10, 100 or 1000
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on a Windows or Mac computers.

(Almost) unlimited number of practice questions dividing two digit numbers by a single digit numbers.
Click on the randomiser buttons and all the 2 digit dividends will change. You can use the same resource for classwork, homework, revision etc and the questions will change every time.
Worksheet Set 1: Division of 2 digit numbers *without remainders *
Generate pages of questions each page with a different divisor from 2 to 9
Worksheet Set 2: Division of 2 digit numbers with remainders.
Generate pages of questions each page with a different divisor from 2 to 9
Worksheet Set 3: Division of 2 digit numbers MIX
Generate pages of questions each page with a mix of divisors from 2 to 9.
One set of questions has no remainders, the other has remainders.
Solutions are generated every time.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of the Worksheets go to PREVIEW: Divide 2 digit by a 1 digit number
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

Help your students to mentally add and subtract multiples of 10 and multiples of 100 from a number between 100-900 using the visual support of a Number Line with NO PREP CLICK-PRINT-and- GO sets of Worksheets and Digital Teaching Resources .
There are 3 sets of worksheets. Within the 3 sets, the worksheets are differentiated at 3 levels with the worksheets having almost unlimited questions.
**Worksheets 1,2 & 3. Add and Subtract Multiples of 10 **
Addition
Worksheet 1: First addend is a multiple of 10. Number line starts with a multiple of 100.
Worksheet 2: First addend is from 100 to 900. Number line starts with a multiple of 100.
Worksheet 3: First addend is from 100 to 900. Number line starts with a multiple of 10.
Subtraction
Worksheet 1: The minuend is a multiple of 10. Number line starts with a multiple of 100.
Worksheet 2: The minuend lies between 100 and 900. Number line starts with a multiple of 100.
Worksheet 3: The minuend lies between 100 and 900. Number line starts with a multiple of 10.
Worksheet 4 & 5. Add and Subtract Multiples of 100
Number line - Multiples of 100 from 100 to 900 with subdivisions of 10
Worksheet 4: First Addend (addition) / Minuend (subtraction) are multiple of 10
Worksheet 5: First Addend (addition) / Minuend (subtraction) lies between 100 and 900
Worksheet 6,7 & 8. Add and Subtract Multiples of 10 CHALLENGES
Worksheet 6: Number line starts with a multiple of 100. First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 10.
Worksheet 7: Number line starts with a multiple of 100. First Addend / Minuend lies between 100 and 900
Worksheet 8: Number line starts with a multiple of 10. First Addend / Minuend lies between 100 and 900
Worksheet 9 and 10. Add and Subtract Multiples of 100 CHALLENGES
Number line - Multiples of 100 from 100 to 900 with subdivisions of 10
Worksheet 9: First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 10.
Worksheet 10: First Addend / Minuend lies between 100 and 900.
Worksheet 11 to 13. EXTRA - Add and Subtract Multiples of 10 to 10,000
Worksheet 11: Number line starts with a multiple of 1000. First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 100.
Worksheet 12: Number line starts with a multiple of 1000. First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 10.
Worksheet 13: The number line starts with a multiple of 100. First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 10.
Worksheet 14 to 16. EXTRA CHALLENGE - Add and Subtract Multiples of 10 to 10,000
Worksheet 14: Number line starts with a multiple of 1000. First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 100.
Worksheet 15: Number line starts with a multiple of 1000. First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 10.
Worksheet 16: Nnumber line starts with a multiple of 100. First Addend / Minuend is a multiple of 10.
CHALLENGES ?
Students are now asked to find either the first or second addend for the addition questions, and either the minuend or subtrahend for the subtraction questions .

This set of resources focuses on the connection between fractions with denominators ten or one hundred and decimals using visual aids, in particular the number line. These scaffolded (almost ) unlimited worksheets will provide you with enough differentiated material so that you can set the pace of development of understanding most suitable for your students.
The Worksheets are organized as follows:
Set 1- Connecting a square grid, tenths and decimal notation in a place value table
Set 2 - Decimals and fractions (1/10ths) on a number line - simple 10 divisions
Set 3 - Decimals on a number line (simple 10 divisions)
Set 4 - Decimals on a number line spread across 2 units - simple 10 divisions
Set 5- Connecting a square grid, tenths and decimal notation in a place value table
Set 6 - Decimals and fractions (1/100ths) on a number line - 100 divisions
Set 7 - Decimals on a number line - 100 divisions
Set 8 - Estimate decimals ( 1/100ths) on a number line with 10 divisions
Set 9 - Writing fractions in expanded form then converting to decimals
Set 10 - Writing decimals in expanded form then converting to fractions
Set 11 - Numerical worksheets converting between decimals and fractions
Set 12 & 13 - Decimal measurements - converting between meters and centimeters
(Almost) Unlimited worksheets ?
Yes. At the click of a button all numbers (and visual supports) are randomized, creating a new worksheet with different numbers …* as many times as you want*. You can individualize the worksheets to the level you want, making one worksheet for the whole class to a different one for each student (and all stops in between). It also means a level can be repeated as many times as needed throughout the year to consolidate the required skills and knowledge.
No-Prep Worksheets
These are straightforward no-prep worksheets that require no extra work. Simply CLICK-PRINT AND GO. This makes them ideal to have printed and ready for a replacement teacher or end of lesson activity if needed.
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Download the FREEBIE sampler page “Decimals on the Number Line” now.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

This "Dynamic PDF Worksheet " contains a mix of randomly generated addition and subtraction questions up to 10 , with pupils being asked to find the addend, minuend, subtrahend or sum. Answer are revealed at the click of a button. You can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework or revision and the questions will change every time.
Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions.
Note
*This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

An introduction into sharing with ratio using the bar model as an ideal visual aid.
Watch the video here for a quick tutorial on how to use these resources
There is a teaching resource designed to be used on an Interactive Whiteboard or on a PC or Mac for one-to-one tuition.
This is accompanied by a set of differentiated worksheets.
Pupils are asked to share a quantity in a given ratio. A bar of the correct number of parts is created and pupils can either color in the bar in the ratio given and / or calculate the amount to go in each part.
Another set of questions is based on being given the ratio & one of the final answers with the aim to find the initial quantity.
For added differentiation the totals to be shared are:
Level 1: Under 100
Level 2: to 1000 in multiples of 10
Level 3: to 1000
The Teaching Resources are interactive and the Worksheets are dynamic which means that at the click of a button the numbers in the questions are randomised. Answers are provided every time.
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about teaching Ratio understanding

Year 3 programme of study - Number – fractions- recognise and show, using diagrams, equivalent fractions with small denominators.
These resources contain three basic approaches to understanding equivalent fractions:
Using 2-D shapes in the form of rectangles
The number line.
The numerical processes with multipliers and divisors.
Equivalent Fractions with rectangles
Equivalent fractions are modeled using rectangles, each representing the same area of a whole. This is an ideal visual way to introduce equivalent fractions before proceeding onto the using the number line or purely the numerical method.
The 4 Sets of Worksheets provide a step by step approach as follows:
Worksheet Set 1: Pupils are asked to write down the (equivalent) fractions of two colored-in rectangles.
Worksheet Set 2: Pupils colour in the areas on two rectangles that represent two given equivalent fractions.
Worksheet Set 3: Given two coloured-in rectangles and the denominators of the equivalent fractions, pupils must determine the numerators and the multiplier that connects the two fractions.
Worksheet Set 4: Given two coloured-in rectangles pupils are asked to write down the full fractions coloured-in and the multiplier connecting the two fractions.
How many worksheets are in each set ?
(almost) Unlimited. At the click of a button the numbers and the corresponding shaded parts of the rectangles are randomised, so you can create as many different worksheets as you need for classwork, homework, revision, preparing for assessment, fillers etc and the numbers will change every time.
Equivalent fractions on the number line.
Equivalent fractions are located at the same point on the number line.
The printable Worksheets consist of question containing 2 number lines divided up into a different number of equal parts between 0 and 1 which the pupils then have to compare
Worksheet Set 1: Pupils are asked to write down the equivalent fraction to the one shown taking into account the number of equal parts on the line.
Worksheet Set 2: Pupils have to write down the two equivalent fractions indicated on parallel number lines, each number line divided into a different number of equal parts.
How many worksheets are in each set ?
As with the worksheets with rectangles …almost Unlimited.
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Note
These Worksheets work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

Year 6 programme of study - Geometry – position and direction. Describe positions on the full coordinate grid (all four quadrants)
Practice plotting and reading coordinates of objects located in all 4 quadrants of the Cartesian x-y Plane where the numbers are positive and negative with these NO PREP - Ready To Print And Go Worksheets.
There is a selection of graphics to choose from - leaves,astronaut icons, geometric shapes, and letters each of which has two different activities
Finding the coordinates of points on an x-y Grid in the 4 Quadrants
Given set of coordinates, locate their position on an x-y Grid in 4 Quadrants
Also, for a final set of worksheets, again there are the two activities, but this time the points drawn on the axis connect to form simple geometric shapes. These can be used as a starting point for further questioning or investigation that could include:
naming the shapes
drawing lines of symmetry and labeling coordinates that form the line
finding the coordinates of the geometric center of each shape
apply transformations and record the new coordinates …
How many Worksheets in total ?
ALMOST UNLIMITED because at the click of a button all the numbers or location of objects are randomized providing you with a new set of questions for classwork, homework, revision, assessments etc.
You could also use any of the worksheets when explaining the topic to your class as you will have almost unlimited examples to show them and they will be different from the actual worksheets you give your students.
In addition you have 2 sets of blank worksheets with x-y grids prepared so that your students can create their own worksheets, or use them for the investigations suggested above.
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers
You may also like to look at Coordinates in the 1st Quadrant

UK Mathematics Program of Study Key Stage 2
Y4: Round decimals with one decimal place to the nearest whole number.
Y5: Round decimals with two decimal places to the nearest whole number and to one decimal place.
Y6: Develop skills of rounding, rounding answers to a specified degree of accuracy.
This set of resources is ideal for introducing and developing the skills for rounding decimals to 1 decimal place, 2 decimal places and the nearest whole number using a Number Line as a visual support. Virtually unlimited Worksheets.
The worksheets have been divided into three levels:
Worksheet 1:The focus is on rounding numbers with 1 decimal place to the nearest whole number. As with all the worksheets pupils are encouraged to find the number on the number lines provided before rounding
Worksheet 2: Numbers with 2 d.p. need to be rounded to either the nearest whole number or to 1 d.p.
Worksheet 3:Numbers with 3 d.p. need to be rounded to either the nearest whole number, to 1 d.p. or 2 d.p. In this worksheet the language of the questions is more varied.
Answers are automatically generated.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of the Worksheets go to PREVIEW: Rounding Decimal Numbers
Digital Teaching Material
These are designed to help you introduce the content of (all) the worksheets to the whole class on an Interactive Whiteboard, or on a PC or Mac for 1-1 tuition and again you have (almost) unlimited examples to practice with.
UK Mathematics Program of Study Key Stage 2
Y4: Round decimals with one decimal place to the nearest whole number.
Y5: Round decimals with two decimal places to the nearest whole number and to one decimal place.
Y6: Develop skills of rounding, rounding answers to a specified degree of accuracy.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

A no frills set of (almost) unlimited differentiated worksheets for practicing addition and subtraction of two decimals numbers to the tenths, hundredths or thousandths using the standard algorithm.
Each worksheet has 12 questions laid out in the vertical format. They are divided into 18 sets:
Sets 1 to 9 - Addition and Subtraction
Units to 1 dp
Units to 2dp
Units to 3dp
Tens to 1dp
Tens to 2dp
Tens to 3dp
Hundreds to 1dp
Hundreds to 2 dp
Hundreds to 3dp
Sets 10 to 12 - Addition of 3 decimal numbers
Units to 1dp
Tens to 2dp
Hundreds to 3dp
Sets 13 to 15 - Addition of 4 decimal numbers
Units to 1dp
Tens to 2dp
Hundreds to 3dp
Sets 16 to 18 - Addition of 2 decimal numbers - find the missing digits
Units to 1dp
Tens to 2dp
Hundreds to 3dp
Why (almost) Unlimited Worksheets ?
At the click of a button all numbers are randomized, and will therefore change every time so you can create as many different worksheets as you need for classwork, homework, review, preparing for assessments, or just simply practice at any time to keep the skill alive throughout the whole year.
No-Prep Worksheets
These are straightforward no-prep worksheets that require no extra work. Simply CLICK-PRINT AND GO. This makes them ideal to have printed and ready for a replacement teacher if needed.
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

Help prepare your students to mentally find 10 more or 10 less than a 2 digit number without counting and also see the link to addition and subtraction of 10. The visuals aids used are the 100 number square and dienes.
Worksheet Set 1. 10 More or 10 Less with the 100 Square
Shows the 100 Square as a reference if needed for pupils to quickly figure out or check their answer, and contains a mix of twenty “10 more or 10 less” questions.
Worksheet Set 2. Plus 10 or Minus 10 with the 100 Square
Also shows the 100 Square and contains twenty questions laid out in equation form for the pupils to complete.
Worksheet Set 3. Add 10 with Dienes
Eight questions presented as equations to complete with Dienes as a visual aid.
Worksheet Set 4. Subtract 10 with Dienes
Eight questions presented as equations to complete with Dienes as a visual aid.
Worksheet Set 5. 10 More with Dienes
Eight questions to complete with Dienes as a visual aid.
Worksheet Set 6. 10 Less with Dienes
Eight questions to complete with Dienes as a visual aid.
Worksheets Set 7 & 8
30 questions with a mix of the more/less and plus/ minus so pupils can test their skills on this topic without visual aid and hopefully see the connection between the worded questions and the equations.
Worksheet 7 is straightforward, whilst Worksheet 8 adds a challenge in that the solutions are found by using the opposite (inverse) operation to the one stated in the question.
How many worksheets are there in total ?
Lots and lots … At the click of a button numbers are randomised, so the questions change every time which allows you to create new worksheets at the same level for extra practice or revision throughout the year or even give groups of pupils in your class different sets of questions again all at the same level.
No-Prep Worksheets
These are straightforward no-prep worksheets simply Click -Print and Go. They are ideal for lesson fillers, and to have ready for a substitute teacher if needed.
Teaching Pages
Designed for use with the Interactive whiteboard for whole class teaching or on a computer for one-to-one tuition to help introduce the pupils to the content of the Worksheets.
Teaching Page 1. 10 More or 10 Less with the 100 Square
Click on a button and a number is chosen at random on the 100 square and pupils can enter their answer via a built in calculator and get instant feedback.
You can choose the type of questions: 10 more than / 10 less than / equations with + / equations with -
Teaching Page 2. Plus or Minus 10 with Dienes
Click on a button and a number is chosen at random and pupils can add or remove 10 Dienes to get a visual sense of the problem, then enter their answer via the built in calculator.
Here again you can choose the type of questions: 10 more than / 10 less than / equations with + / equations with -
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers

This is FREEBIE one of 11 Sets of (almost) unlimited scaffolded worksheets on adding fraction - specifically tenths and hundredths. Students get practice add a multiple of 1/10 with a multiple of 1/100 with the visual support of 100 squares
(Almost) Unlimited worksheets ?
At the click of a button all numbers (and visual supports) are randomized, creating a new worksheet with different numbers, meaning you can use this one resource as many times as needed throughout the year to consolidate the skills and knowledge with a brand new worksheet every time.
No-Prep Worksheets
These are straightforward no frills, no-prep, worksheets that require no extra preparation on your part. Simply CLICK-PRINT AND GO. They are ideal to have printed and ready for a replacement teacher or end of lesson activity if needed.
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
When you download this Freebie you will also be able to see the Preview of the whole 11 Set Resource
[“Adding tenths and hundredths 4th Grade Fractions” ](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-12938051)

A fun way to practicing adding at 4 different levels with an (almost) unlimited number of Worksheets together with a self checking Interactive Teaching Resource for the whole class engagement on an Interactive Whiteboard or on a PC/Mac computer for one-to-one tuition.
Practice addition at 4 levels.
Addition up to 10
Addition up to 20
Addition up to 50
Addition up to 100
Differentiating the Worksheets
There are 4 addition squares on a page. You can set the range of numbers on each one individually, so you could have 4 number squares up to one level, a mix of 4 levels etc.
How many worksheets are there ?
All the numbers in each square are randomized at the click of a button which means you have an (almost) endless set of worksheets that could be used for classwork, homework, revision, tests etc.
**Answers **are automatically generated every time.
Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

These resources have been created with a differentiated approach in mind, so for example, pupils can begin by practicing skip counting with 5 up to 100 then at a suitable pace go all the way up to the Challenge Worksheets that mixes questions with skipping 5, 10 & 100 with sequences that start at any number and go all the way to 1000.
There are** 17 Sets of Worksheets ** (and 17 Teaching Pages) covering this topic
Content
Worksheets + Sequence of numbers starts with a …
Worksheet 1. Skip Counting by 5s to 100 multiples of 5
Worksheet 2. Skip Counting by 5s to 500. multiples of 5
Worksheet 3. Skip Counting by 5s to 1000 multiples of 5
Worksheet 4. Skip Counting by 5s to 100. random starting point
Worksheet 5. Skip Counting by 5s to 500. random starting point
Worksheet 6. Skip Counting by 5s to 1000 random starting point
Worksheet 7. Skip Counting by 10s to 200. multiples of 10
Worksheet 8. Skip Counting by 10s to 500 multiples of 10
Worksheet 9… Skip Counting by 10s to 1000. multiples of 10
Worksheet 10. Skip Counting by 10s to 200. random starting point
Worksheet 11. Skip Counting by 10s to 500. random starting point
Worksheet 12. Skip Counting by 10s to 1000. random starting point
Worksheet 13. Skip Counting by 100s to 1000 multiples of 10
Worksheet 14. Skip Counting by 100s to 1000 random starting point
Challenge 1. Skip Counting by 5s, 10s & 100s to 1000 multiples of 10
Challenge 2. Skip Counting by 5s, 10s & 100s to 1000. random starting point
Challenge 3. Skip Counting by 5s, 10s & 100s to 1000 random starting point and skipping randomised
How many worksheets are in each set ?
Almost unlimited. At the click of a button all numbers are randomised, so the questions change every time which allows you to create new worksheets for extra practice or revision throughout the year or even give groups of pupils in your class different sets of questions.
Answers are automatically generated every time a new worksheet is created.
The Teaching Pages, designed for the Interactive Whiteboard for whole class learning follow the same pattern as the Worksheets, and like the Worksheets the numbers can be randomised at the click of a button which means there are lots of examples you can play with.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of the Worksheets / Teaching Page go to PREVIEW: Skip Counting by 5, 10 & 100 to 1000
Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

This Free Preview Download has been set up so you can have a more in depth view of Introducing Percentages with Visual Support and try out a limited version of the Dynamic Worksheets and see for yourself the potential of this resource for you and your pupils.

This Free Preview Download has been set up so you can have a more in depth view of Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 & 1000 and try out a limited version of the Dynamic Worksheets and see for yourself the potential of this resource for you and your pupils.