I work as a private maths tutor so I need a constant stream of supplies to keep my students engaged. Any comments you have on how to improve or extend any of my worksheets would be hugely appreciated.
I hope you find what's here helpful - I've only uploaded the resources that have proved successful with my students, anything that didn't go down so well has either been editted or binned!

I work as a private maths tutor so I need a constant stream of supplies to keep my students engaged. Any comments you have on how to improve or extend any of my worksheets would be hugely appreciated.
I hope you find what's here helpful - I've only uploaded the resources that have proved successful with my students, anything that didn't go down so well has either been editted or binned!

A worksheet in which students multiply and divide the same number by 10, 100 and 1000 to enable them to compare the effects.
The questions get more difficult as the sheet goes on, starting with three digit numbers with 3 decimal places so they don't need to add any zeros and ending with one digit numbers with one decimal place

12 page work book (11 pages plus the cover)
Recalling the rules for trig and Pythagoras
Standard Pythagoras questions
Missing side trig questions
Missing angle trig questions
How do you know which rule to use?
Mixed questions
Word questions
Exam questions
Designed to be printed in A5 using the PDF readers booklet printing feature - pages are in the order they're to be printed in so if you don't have this feature it will work just as well :)

A worksheet which explains how to increase and decrease numbers using decimals with questions such as
Delete as appropriate
To increase/decrease by 40% we multiply by 1.4
And fill in the gaps questions such as
To increase by 25% multiply by ________
To decrease by _____ multiply by 0.7

A worksheet to practice all four operations with negative numbers, including questions with two signs such as
- 6 + - 7 and 9 - - 9 along with multiplying and dividing.
If students work across the page, similar questions are grouped together.
Good practice sheet containing 64 individual sums

A maths question for every day - aimed at KS1 students. Variety of topics, no questions are repeated (so, yes, there is a different question for each day in every month – it’s taken a while!)
This file is just for July, the whole calendar is available to purchase in my shop along with other individual months. Also available for KS2 and KS3/4.

A maths question for every day - aimed at high achieving KS3 students or GCSE students. Variety of topics, no questions are repeated.
This file is just for April, the whole calendar is available to purchase in my shop along with other individual months. Also available for KS2.

A maths question for every day - aimed at KS2 students. Variety of topics, no questions are repeated (so, yes, there are 366 different questions across each calendar – it’s taken a while!)
This file is just for July, the whole calendar is available to purchase in my shop along with other individual months. Also available for KS3/4.

Quick worksheets ideal for those few minutes at the end or for a small test.
Adding 10 (x2)
Bonds to 100 - Missing numbers
Bonds to 100 - subtracting
Subtracting multiples of 10

A workbook which encourages children to make decisions about what to spend their money on during the week.
The idea being that they start with £10 and need to have at least £5 left at the end of the week to go to the cinema. Introduction to budgeting as well as adding/subtracting money.

Adding four single digit numbers - each question contains at least one pair of numbers that add to ten. Encourage children to find and circle the pair first.

I've found plenty of sheets on various fraction topics, but never all together, which is why I created this - I find it so useful! It enables the pupils to keep all their work together and saves on printing loads of sheets out!
I print this in booklet mode on the PDF reader - I purposefully made the fonts large enough that it works in A5
This booklet covers:
-Colouring half of a shape
-Colouring quarter of a shape
(- A brief note on how two quarters = one half )
-Practice writing 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4
- Counting in halves and quarters
- Writing what fraction of a diagram is coloured in
- Colouring a fraction of a diagram
- Equivalent fractions on diagrams (match the pair that has the same fraction coloured)
- Colouring half/quarter on different diagrams (eg ones that are split into 8 parts)
- Using diagrams to illustrate fractions that add to a whole
- Finding pairs of fractions that add to a whole (same denominator)
- Adding/Subtracting fractions with the same denominator