Here are just some of the many downloadable mathematics worksheets available on this site.
Print them out then laminate them to produce a reusable resource that your pupils can use time and time again.
A printable sheet on which pupils can make notes and keep a record of the calculator skills they learn.
A worksheet containing pictures and shapes to be reflected in given lines.
One page of ready-drawn circles for pupils to draw their own diagrams followed by two pages of questions.
Printable nets for a desk calendar which show the day of the month.
Additional questions for the 6th December Starter of the Day about the decimal part of quotients.
The net of a dodecahedron with this year's calendar printed on its faces.
A printable sheet for Maths tutors with suggested questions and activities.
A printable page to be used with the Fast Factors Activity.
A pdf file of the cards used in the Fifteen game.
A printable game board for 23 or Bust. Choose your own object to serve as the lifesaver such as a pencil sharpener, a rubber or a coin.
Four sets of axes and coordinates from which reflecting pictures can be drawn.
A worksheet containing many copies of the How Many Rectangles Starter diagram allowing students to record their findings.
A printable grid containing many copies of the design used in the shape counting Starter.
A printable grid containing many copies of the design used in the second shape counting Starter.
A printable grid containing many copies of the design used in the third shape counting Starter.
A printable grid containing many copies of the design used in the shape counting Starter.
Can you find the solution to these Lemon Law challenges using a spreadsheet?
Six line drawings that may or may not be able to be traced without lifting the pencil or going over any line twice.
A blank Maggots screen designed for pupils to record their answers on for the Maggots Starter activity.
Practice using a ruler and protractor on this worksheet with answers provided.
These are the printable cards to go with the activity called Memorable Measures.
Each red box represents a missing operation (plus, minus, times or divide). Can you work out what they are?
A worksheet containing mixed transformations questions and a grid for drawing the solutions on.
Printable times tables worksheet for all of the tables from two to twelve.
Eighteen mystic roses to print out to help with the investigation.
A printable series of sheets to support the 'Not or Not' challenges and Starter.
A sheet of circles with nine parts named. The pupil is asked to draw the named parts.
Cards to print for pupils to use in the 'Can You Decide?' activity.
Printable cards for the Polybragging game. Use the properties of polygons to win.
A printable page of polygons for pupils to name and mark on important features.
Fill in the gaps with the weights of the puddings. A printable worksheet.
Put the numbers 1 to 5 in the bottom row of the pyramid then each other brick is the sum of the two below.
Two small crossword puzzles based on Secondary school Maths topics.
Printable cards for the Rounding Snap game.
An exercise that appeared in an algebra book published in 1895. It starts with basic questions but soon gets tricky!
This printable may help pupils work out how many different ways there are to spell snowman on the snow flake grid.
A challenge to produce the straight line patterns using a GDC or graph plotting software.
A printable worksheet containing a table to be filled in with the best moves for the game 23 or Bust.
A number of pages each containing table spiders with gaps to be filled.
Thirty pairs of numbers or calculations. Which one of the pair is the largest?
A printable conversion table for teachers needing to convert a lot of test scores to percentages.
A worksheet containing the grids to fill in for the Tools puzzles.
A pdf file of the cards used in the Trilett game.
This worksheet extends the puzzle in the July 21st Starter of the Day.
Three different grids for the Christmas Ornaments puzzle.
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