Mathematics Resources for Primary and Secondary Levels.
Printable "Dynamic PDF Worksheets " contain randomly generated questions with answers and are differentiated where possible .
"Interactive PDF" pages are designed for whole class engagement when projected onto a whiteboard or for one-to-one tuition on a computer. Ideal for introducing or reviewing topics as you can generate as many different examples as needed at the click of a button.

Mathematics Resources for Primary and Secondary Levels.
Printable "Dynamic PDF Worksheets " contain randomly generated questions with answers and are differentiated where possible .
"Interactive PDF" pages are designed for whole class engagement when projected onto a whiteboard or for one-to-one tuition on a computer. Ideal for introducing or reviewing topics as you can generate as many different examples as needed at the click of a button.

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.
To see how this page works watch this 2 minute video **https://youtu.be/Ytaps6q8BTo**
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.
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This "Dynamic PDF Worksheet " contains a mix of randomly generated addition and subtraction questions up to 20 , 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.
For more guidance on helping pupils understand Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel or go directly to the video on “Deep understanding of numbers 1-20”

These worksheets contains randomly generated questions adding and subtracting 2 digit numbers with and without bridging (exchanging) differentiated at 3 levels:
Addition
-No bridging
-Bridging 10s (2 digit number plus a 1 digit number)
-Bridging 10s & 100s ( both numbers 2 digits)
Subtraction
No borrowing
Borrowing 10s (2 digit number minus a 1 digit number)
Borrowing 10s ( both numbers 2 digits)
Answers 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 as the questions will change every time.
You also can clear all the numbers so you or your pupils can create your own worksheets
Click on the "HELP" button for further instructions.
Note
*These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about column addition & subtraction and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

These worksheets contain randomly generated questions adding and subtracting 3 digit numbers at 4 levels:
Addition
Worksheet 1: No bridging
Worksheet 2: Bridging 10s
Worksheet 3: Bridging 10s & 100s
Worksheet 4: Bridging 10s, 100s & 1000
Subtraction
Worksheet 1: No borrowing
Worksheet 1: Borrowing 10 only
Worksheet 1: Borrowing 10 & 100 (3 digit number minus a 2 digit number)
Worksheet 1: Borrowing 10 & 100 (both 3 digit numbers)
Answers 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 as the questions will change every time at the click of a button
You also can clear all the numbers so you or your pupils can create your own worksheets
Click on the “HELP” button for further instructions.
Note
*These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about column addition and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

No frills set of worksheets for practicing addition and subtraction of big numbers from 5 digit numbers to 8 digit numbers, providing (almost) endless pages of questions.
The worksheets are divided into 2 formats:
Numbers arranged vertically for practicing the standard format.
Numbers arranged horizontally with space provided on the page to either practice laying out the question in the standard format or any other way.
Each format provides a page of additions with a mix of 5, 6, 7 & 8 digit numbers and the same for subtractions.
As always with these resources, the Worksheets are Dynamic. At the click of a button all the numbers are randomised. Because the numbers change each time you could create a different worksheet for classwork, homework, revision, assessments etc or even a different one for each pupil in your class
Answers are automatically generated every time.
Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of the Worksheets go to PREVIEW: Addition & Subtraction of 5 to 8 digit numbers
For more guidance on helping pupils understand this topic and others in Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

The Interactive Teaching Page is 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.
It covers addition of a 1 digit number to a 2 digit number that bridge multiples of 10 up to 100. You have the option of separating out the process into 3 steps or solving all the steps in one go.
The 100 bead number line with arrows that change with each question is an additional visual support to seeing 1 - 100 split up into 10s
The Worksheet contains randomly generated questions on adding a 1 digit number to a 2 digit number that bridge multiples of 10 up to 100. Answers are revealed at the click of a button.
Again you can use this one page of exercises as many times as you need for classwork, homework or revision as 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.
For more information about this topic and understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

This page has been set up so you can freely download and have a more in depth view of “Rounding Decimal Numbers Worksheets” and try out a limited version of the Worksheets so you can see for yourself the potential of this resource for your class.

This resource has been expanded so there are now 2 Interactive Teaching Pages and 2 worksheets.
“Adding up to 5 with Jellyfish 1” introduces the concept of adding and the symbols + and = by first counting two sets of objects and then selecting the equivalent total.
The equation with numbers can then be revealed, one element at a time, and comparison between the two can be made.
“Adding up to 5 with Jellyfish 2” invites the pupils to complete the addition sum and if needed do a check through counting.
The 2 static worksheets cover most of the combinations of numbers that add up to 5 or less.
See the “HELP” Page for further guidance.
*Note
This resource works with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

Percentage Bar Graphs provide visual support to help introduce percentages in an informal way by building on the equivalence of 50%, 25% & 75% and their fractions 1/2, 1/4 & 3/4 plus the knowledge that 10% =1/10 and 1/10th of any multiple of 10 or 100 can easily be found by removing the last zero of the number.
From this starting point pupils can then proceed to calculate multiples of 5% or 1% of quantities.
The Worksheets and Teaching Pages are set at 5 levels
10%, 25%, 50%, & 75% of multiples of 100
10%,20%,30% …90%, of multiples of 10
10%,20%,30% …90% of multiples of 100
5%,10%,15% … 95% of multiples of 10
Any percentage of multiples of 100
Answers will always be whole numbers.
The Worksheets are Dynamic and the Teaching Pages Interactive so that at the click of a button the percentages and quantities are randomised providing endless opportunities to practice at each and every level.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of the Worksheets go to PREVIEW: Introducing Percentages with Visual Support
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more about teaching this and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

Worksheets
Each level (10,100 & 1000) has 2 worksheets, one where the numbers to be rounded are ordered i.e. increase from left to right, and the other where the numbers to be rounded are not, adding a little extra challenge.
Each worksheet has 4 number lines each of which has 4 numbers to round. The first is fully labelled but then reduces until the last one which is minimally labelled.
Worksheet 1: Rounding to the nearest 10 with ordered numbers
Worksheet 2: Rounding to the nearest 10 with unordered numbers
Worksheet 3: Rounding to the nearest 100 with ordered numbers
Worksheet 4: Rounding to the nearest 100 with unordered numbers
Worksheet 5: Rounding to the nearest 1000 with ordered numbers
Worksheet 6: Rounding to the nearest 1000 with unordered numbers
At the click of a button, the numbers are randomised so you have a virtually unlimited set of worksheets for your pupils to practice with.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of the Worksheets go to PREVIEW: Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 & 1000
Teaching Page
There are 3, one for each of the rounding to 10, 100 & 1000, where you can choose from 4 levels of detail on the numberline, and again you have unlimited examples to work with at the click of a button.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more about teaching this and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

Compare 4 numbers and place them in order between the inequality signs.
The Worksheets are printable and the Teaching Page is designed for whole class teaching with the Interactive Whiteboard or one-to-one tuition on a computer.
There are 3 levels of questions randomised at the click of a button which means you can use this one page of exercises on the Worksheets as many times as you need for classwork, homework & assessments, and the questions will change every time. Similarly the Teaching Page will generate as many different questions as you need.
Level 1: Numbers 1-20
Level 2: Numbers 1- 100
Level 3: Numbers to 1000
Note
These resources work 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 Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel.

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.
For more guidance on helping pupils understand Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel or go directly to the video on “Fix numbers 1-10”

This set of resources covers addition and subtraction up to 1000 with the visual aid of dienes.
There are 8 sets of worksheets for both addition and subtraction, making 16 in total :
Addition
Worksheet 1 a & b. No exchange or regrouping .
Worksheet 2 a & b. Exchange of units (units add up to more than 10)
Worksheet 3 a & b. Exchange of 10s( 10s add up to more than 100)
Worksheet 4 a & b. Exchange of 10s and units, both 10s and units need regrouping.
At each level:
Worksheets a: * both numbers to be added are represented by numbers and dienes, so the dienes are essentially a support tool.
*- Worksheets b: *pupils have to deduce the two numbers to be added from the dienes blocks and then do the sum.
Subtraction
Worksheet 1 a & b No exchange, regrouping or borrowing .
Worksheet 2 a & b. Exchange 10 into ten units
Worksheet 3 a & b Exchange 100 into 10 tens
Worksheet 4 a & b. Exchange 10 into ten units and 100 into 10 tens
At each level:
Worksheets a: the first numbers is represented by a number and dienes, so the dienes are basically a support tool
Worksheets b: pupils have to deduce the first number from the dienes blocks and then do the subtraction.
The questions on each of the worksheets can be randomised at the click of a button, so the one resource can be used any number of times for classwork, revision, homework, assessments etc.
An answer sheet is produced every time.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of one of the Worksheets go to PREVIEW: Addition & Subtraction to 1000 with Dienes

These are Dynamic Worksheets which means that the numbers in the questions are randomised at the click of a button, so that the same resource can be used for teaching, classwork, homework, revision & assessment if needed, as the questions will be different each time.
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.
Each worksheet also has the answers which appear/hide at the click of a button. These Worksheets are printable.
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
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more information about teaching Rounding of Decimals & understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel.

The Dynamic PDF Worksheets provide an (almost) infinite number of practice questions dividing a 2 digit number by a single digit number.
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.

A bundle of resources to learn and practice reading Roman numerals and converting between Roman Numerals and numbers.
You have 4 levels to choose from with number ranges
1-20
10-100
100-1000
1000-3999
The Worksheets are dynamic which means that at the click of a button the numbers in the questions are randomised providing an (almost) unending set of questions.
Worksheet 1
Convert Numbers to Roman Numerals at the 4 levels listed above.
Worksheet 2
Convert Roman Numerals to Numbers at the 4 levels listed above.
The Teaching Resources are interactive which means that at the click of a button the numbers in the questions are randomised providing an (almost) unending set of examples.
They are designed as a whole class for use with an Interactive Whiteboard or on a computer for one to one tuition. Ideal for introducing this topic and a preparation for the Worksheets.
Teaching Page 1
Convert Numbers to Roman Numerals at the 4 levels listed above.
Teaching Page 2
Convert Roman Numerals to Numbers at the 4 levels listed above.
Watch the video here for a quick introduction to these resources
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of a Worksheet go to PREVIEW: Roman Numerals
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
For more about teaching this and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to “RebeccaTheMathsLady” YouTube Channel

In this bundle of resources there are 4 worksheets, BUT within each worksheet there are between 6 and 9 buttons each of which opens up a page of 12 questions with a different divisor or set of divisors.
Every time you click a button the dividends in the 12 questions are randomised.
This will give you an almost endless source of worksheets allowing you to choose what is best for your pupils to practice.
WS1: Dividing 3 digits by 1 digit numbers 2 to 9.
Every page of questions is devoted to one divisor from 2 to 9.
All the divisions will produce an exact answer.
WS2: Dividing 3 digits by 1 digit numbers - Mix
On this page each button will produce a page of questions with a mix of divisors: 2,3,4 / 4,5,6 / 5,6,7 / 6,7,8 / 7,8,9 and again all the divisions will produce an exact answer.
WS3: Dividing 3 digits by 1 digit numbers 2 to 9 with Remainder.
Every page of questions is devoted to one divisor from 2 to 9.
All the answers will have a remainder.
WS4: Dividing 3 digits by 1 digit numbers - Mix with Remainder
Each button will produce a page of questions with a mix of divisors: 2,3,4 / 4,5,6 / 5,6,7 / 6,7,8 / 7,8,9 and again All the answers will have a remainder.
Answers can be seen at the click of a button.
Note
These resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.
To get a more detailed view of these resources and to try out a limited version of the Worksheets go to
PREVIEW: Divide 3 digit by 1 digit numbers with & without remainders.
For more information about teaching this and other topics in understanding Mathematics go to "RebeccaTheMathsLady" YouTube Channel

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.

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.