Maths/Numeracy (Year 3 - Year 4)

Maths resources and ideas for Key Stage 2 (Year 3 and Year 4). Addition, Subtraction, Numbers, Time, Calendars, Mass, Length, Area, Patterns, Shapes, Hands on Activities, Classroom Displays and much more!
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Maths Working Wall Display Pack - maths, working wall, pack

Guess the Flag Activity - A great aid to help play a fun game of Guess the Flag!

New Zealand Level 2 Maths Activity Mats

New Zealand Level 2 Maths Activity Mats - A set of differentiated, independent maths activity mats to practise a range of mathematical skills with a focus on Level 2 of the New Zealand maths curriculum.

Place Value Maths Challenge Cards - place value, maths, numeracy

Place Value Maths Challenge Cards - Make maths fun with these space themed challenge cards! Each card features a different challenge with visual representations to help your children relate maths problems to real-life scenarios.

Primary Resources - FREE for Early Years (EYFS) KS1 & KS2 |

Maths Mastery Activities Year 3 Addition and Subtraction PowerPoint - This PowerPoint gives Year 3 children the opportunity to practise their mastery of maths addition and subtraction skills.Tags in this resource:

Times Table Activity Pack - times table, activity, pack, times tables, maths, mathematics

Times Tables Activity Pack - This fantastic pack contains a selection of times table activities you can use in your class - brilliant!

Maths Mastery Activities Year 3 Addition and Subtraction PowerPoint

Maths Mastery Activities Year 3 Addition and Subtraction PowerPoint - This PowerPoint gives Year 3 children the opportunity to practise their mastery of maths addition and subtraction skills.Tags in this resource:

Which Fraction Is Greater? Activity Sheets

Which Fraction Is Greater? Activity Sheet Pack - Use these activity sheets to develop the children's understanding of the size of different fractions.

Finding halves and quarters Activity Sheet

Finding halves and quarters Activity Sheet - Use this activity sheet to develop the children's understanding of fractions using a systematic approach.


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