A look at the lifeboats used on the Titanic, including a pictogram.
Hop along in twos and fill in the missing numbers in the hearts.
Complete some hearty addition sums.
I love subtraction!
Put in the missing numbers in the hearts to make the sums add up to 100.
Predict the next two numbers in the sequence and write what the rule is.
A little bit of logical thinking for this activity, with hearts everywhere.
Find the cost of buying different flavoured pancakes.
Tricky ratio questions on ingredients for making pancakes.
10 steps to making the perfect pancake, but they need putting in order!
Early counting up to 9 with two sets of Easter eggs.
Mini investigation looking at how many different sets of Easter goodies can be bought with £6.
Mini investigation looking at the different coins and notes that can be used to buy a £6 Easter egg.
A quick look at fractions that total one whole one, with an Easter chocolate theme.
Each nest has three eggs in, so how many are there altogether?
Easter: position and direction
Hallowe'en is becoming more popular and here are some ghostly pages that help with early years maths!
Find the numbers that come out of the cauldrons. Suitable for upper primary children.
A harder investigation for upper primary, with a Halloween theme.
A tasty recipe for Three Witches, if you like lizard's legs!
Partitioning 3-digit numbers with a Halloween theme.
Maths spells are rather like function machines. Work out what number will come out after the spell.
Some great fun pages to lighten up the dark November evenings. Let's remember the 5th of November!
Bonfire night maths. Shoot off with some money word problems.
Some tricky percentage questions for older children.
It's 20% off all fireworks this week. Bonfire night worksheets for older primary children.
Bonfire night data handling. Which is your favourite type of firework?
Is it cheaper to go to Guy's firework display or Tom's?
Early years Christmas counting activities.
A little festive spirit with halving small numbers of objects.
What order of numbers on the bottom line will give the highest possible total at the top?
Use the digits 1 to 9 so that each side adds up to the same total.
Work out out how much the tree decorations will cost.
How much will our tree decorations cost? Tricky prices!
How much change would the children get if they spent these amounts on Christmas presents?
It's time for some Christmas shopping.
Help Santa work out the answers to his reindeer problems.
Ten pounds to spend - but what choices are there?
Straightforward word problems on the number of Christmas cards sent.
Welcome to the Christmas word problems page.
Addition and subtraction mini investigation.