Help your pupils learn key mathematical concepts by applying them to their own daily activities with this selection of fun and engaging worksheets. Each worksheet comes with a set of clear and comprehensive teacher's notes providing guidance and ideas for extension activities.
Matching, drawing and colouring activities make learning about maths in English fun.
Pupils will have been working on identifying and using rhyming words in their own language: in these activities learners complete poems and play a memory game using rhyming words in English. The worksheet also helps pupils recognise the structure of simple poems and reinforces basic vocabulary words such as ’kite’ and ’train’.
A worksheet and lesson plan to help teach pupils to interpret and draw their own graphs.
A lesson plan with fun, interactive exercises that use students’ daily activities to teach fractions and percentages.
A lesson plan with activities to introduce angles, shapes and other basic concepts of geometry.
Encouraging your pupils to recognise sequences and patterns in numbers and words is important for developing their learning skills. In these worksheet activities, pupils identify patterns to complete number sequences and use their knowledge of times tables to colour the squares a chart.
Make maths exciting by linking graphs to favourite activities such as swimming and playing football. In this lesson plan, pupils interpret a graph to complete sentences and read a paragraph to fill in their own graph. Helps consolidate important action verbs and the present continuous. Included in the teacher’s notes are suggestions for a fun warm up game.
A lesson plan to use coins, dice and different coloured sweets to teach students how to determine probability.
A worksheet with activities to make addition, subtraction and multiplication fun while reinforcing the numbers 1-100. Organise the pupils in pairs so that they can discuss and help each other, or set up the activities as a class competition to increase the challenge.
Pupils need a lot of practice telling time from an analogical clock. In this worksheet, young learners read a series of clocks to complete sentences, and match clocks to daily activities such as ’bedtime’ and ’playtime’. The teacher’s notes include a fun survey idea to further reinforce the lesson.
In this lesson plan, pupils study the different units of time, from seconds to millennia, and practise calculating and telling the time.
How many pupils are afraid of snakes but not of spiders? What share of the class likes strawberry ice cream? In this lesson plan, pupils read a text then complete a Venn diagram and pie charts. Warm up activities and project ideas engage young learners by encouraging them to discuss their own fears and favourites.