This Month's Free Resources
A wide selection of topics this month including measures, division, money, fractions and shape.
Free: Reception Number
Free worksheets to help with understanding the terms 'one more than' and 'one less than'.
Draw one more sweet and write how many there are altogether.
Write the numbers one less than and one more than the number of flowers shown.
Write the numbers one less than and one more than the number of gingerbread people shown.
Free: Year 1 Measurement
Free resources for Year 1 on measuring using a uniform unit, such as cubes.
An introduction to the idea of a ruler for measuring.
Measuring length using non standard units such as paper clips.
Measuring using handspans - but mind your fingers!
Free: Year 2 Division
A selection of division problems, including word problems, are free this month for Year 2.
Tricky word problems involving halving numbers up to 100.
Sharing, or division problems using a range of maths vocabulary.
Simple division word problems with remainders.
Very tricky set of questions showing whether children understand division.
Free: Year 3 Money
Free resources on money for Year 3.
More writing money using the £ sign as well as finding amounts half way between two others.
Put four amounts in order, using both amounts in pounds and pence.
More addition and subtraction of money.
How much change from £2 if these amounts have been spent?
Free: Year 4 Fractions and Decimals
Our free resources for Year 4 look at the important relationship between decimals and fractions.
Converting fractions shown in hundredths to decimals.
Using images to help convert hundredths to ones and tenths.
A look at the relationship between fractions and decimals.
Free: Year 5 Angle
Estimating and calculating angles are this month's free resources for Year 5.
Practice at estimating and measuring angles. Remember, angle is a measure of turn.
Using the knowledge of the sum of the angles of a triangle.
More on measuring angles and calculating angles from given information.
Calculating angles in a triangle: note that these are not drawn to scale so the angle cannot be measured, it has to be calculated from the knowledge that there are 180 degrees. in a triangle.
Free: Year 6 Measurement
Free resources this month for Year 6 on area and volume.
The area of a triangle equals half the base times the height.
How to find the area of a parallelogram. Note: drawings are not to scale.
When working out the surface area of a cuboid (box shape) you need to think that there are three pairs of opposite sides and each side of a pair will have the same area.
Measurement problems using volume of cuboids.
Free certificates, including gold, silver and bronze awards.
General gold certificate featuring our world famous rats A4 size.
General silver certificate featuring Tommy A5.
General bronze award featuring our world famous rats A5.