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Our most popular Later Reception Maths Worksheets (age 4-5). Each of these resources has been selected due to the number of times they have been viewed by our members.
Jolly pirates introduce the add sign for sums with numbers up to 5.
The first stages of addition, with ducks to help with the adding up.
Many children quickly learn how to say the numbers from 0 to 10, but this is not quite the same as being able to count a number of objects. Whether it's counting fish, footballs or planes, we have a great set of counting pages which are perfect to supplement all those opportunities there are in the home for counting sets of objects.
A set of four worksheets which looks at the term, 'more than'.
Perhaps the earliest practice of addition is when children count two sets of objects to make one total. We have a fantastic farmyard set of counting worksheets, counting cows and goats. Use these in conjunction with objects at home, eg counting red and blue counters, or the numbers on two dice, to make sure your child becomes really sharp with counting and understanding the term, 'How many altogether?'
The first time we use a number line to help with addition of small numbers up to 5.
Simple number stories about flying help with the idea of subtraction.