This page shows you the range of resources recently added to the Maths Everyday website. The newest materials are at the top of the page…

July 2019 – Year 6 Fluency Powerpoint Week 1

A Powerpoint with five slides (one each day) looking at various aspects of arithmetic. Each question uses a different method for finding the answer.

April 2019 – Year 6 SATs Preparation Page

New SATs preparation resources for Year 6 children to use as practice tests or to work together to build confidence.

14th January 2019 – Year 4 Ten in ten.

Ten arithmetic questions to complete in ten minutes complete with answers. Link to page.

13th January 2019 – Year 5 Multiplication and Division – Many multiples

A fluency sheet as well as an investigation looking at multiples as well as common multiples.

12th January 2019 – Year 4 Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

A number of word problems which have a pattern for the children to find before making their own problem continuing the pattern. (Link to the page).

29th October 2018 – Year 3 Place Value – How many possibilities?

A full set of resources with an investigation where children have to find all possibilities using a set of digits.

10th October 2018 – Year 2 Place Value

A new resource including fluency, reasoning, problem solving and an investigation. The investigation looks at finding all possibilities to make a 2-digit number (and onto a 3 digit number).

3rd October 2018 – Year 3 Addition and Subtraction – formal addition.

Another new resource including fluency, reasoning, problem solving and an investigation. The investigation is an effective way for children to research adding different numbers. Click the link here.

2nd October 2018 – Year 4 Multiplication and Division (Factors).

A new resource with two simple yet in-depth investigations as well as a fluency/reasoning sheet. Link here.

30th September 2018 – Year 6 Multiplying upto 4 digits by 2 digits.

This resource includes fluency, reasoning, problem solving as well as one of our usual investigations – This one is called ‘Consecutive Multiplication’. (LINK here)