The MATHS worksheets are designed to give primary-school-age children the basic building-blocks they need to learn. They can also be used for remedial help with older students who have missed some essential learning along the way.
Free worksheets now on line:
2000 free-to-print ADDITION worksheets, which allow kids to recognise the basic number bonds, and offer the opportunity for comprehensive practice of the different possibles within simple addition.
Most children should only need to complete the first set of 100 once - each worksheet only has a few questions and allows the child to achieve high scores (if completed sequentially, 1-100) with comparatively little effort. Confidence building whilst developing effective basic addition skills. Sets 2-20 can be used for additional practice where required (but aren't intended for endless "drilling") or a few used each day at the start of lessons just for getting up to speed.
The same principles apply for the 2000 SUBTRACTION worksheets also on line.
50 free-to-print TIMES TABLES MULTIPLICATION worksheets. These have to be the easiest possible way to learn times tables!
Each set of four worksheets is carefully constructed to allow the child to work out the next answer for himself / herself - gradually introducing variables until s/he can happily deal with all the different aspects of the table being practised. At one table per week (ideally in the order suggested on the index page), swift progress should be possible.
Individual "sets of four" can be used as "refreshers" from time to time, especially in the lead-up to exams.
The 50 free-to-print TIMES TABLES DIVISION worksheets are the next logical stage, to enable kids to grasp and practise the basics of division before embarking on anything more complex.
The most recent addition to the MATHS area is FRACTIONS.
This can be a *very* difficult concept to explain to children, especially Addition of Fractions, so we've handled this area slightly differently. Worksheets are now on line but we would recommend children first be allowed to read the two free-to-print stories written to explain to kids exactly how fractions work.
"An Introduction to Fractions" is a Bart & Miss Walker story, and explains fractions in very simple terms. Most children aged 9-11 should be able to read and absorb this without difficulty.
Addition of Fractions is also a Bart & Miss Walker story, following on from "An Introduction to Fractions", and whilst fairly lengthy (takes maybe 20 minutes to read and understand), spells things out in great detail, in a way children should be able to understand.
If your child/ren or class have difficulty with any part of this, simply work through the story with them using an apple and some elastic bands and demonstrate how it works in practice :)
Latest addition to the series: "Fractions and Percentages", along with a complete set of free worksheets for conversion of percentages (from 1% through to 100%) into fractions.