Four fours worksheet pdf

Get a downloadable version of the great worksheets immediatly! A superb set of maths resources, containing over 5 000 photocopiable worksheets. Whether you are looking for inspiration for your class teaching, homework sheets, differentiated maths for groups in your classroom, or help for special needs or high flyers, then four fours worksheet pdf is the resource for you. Ideal for parents to support their children at home.

The new curriculum is here and we have updated all six year groups to ensure that the challenges ahead can be met confidently and successfully. Our worksheets help children become proficient in all areas of Maths including geometry and statistics. With this product you get access to all our worksheets for years 1 to 6. You can find out more about each year group’s worksheets by visiting their product page. Meets the new primary curriculum, with over 1000 pages. A vast collection of worksheets covering year 4 maths. The 2014 Programme of Study is fully covered.

To give you a better idea of the worksheets available we have provided a selection of free modules for Years 1 to 6. Please download these samples, print them out and use at home, or photocopy and use in the classroom. Using number lines to hop along in twos, threes and fives as well as extending number sequences. Beginning by using coins to help count before moving onto pounds and pence and the decimal point. Practice with calculating rapidly using a range of methods.

Estimating on number lines and plenty of practical ideas to challenge children. Understanding the relationship between decimals and fractions is crucial for future success. It is impossible to describe in a single page the massive amount of high quality maths contained in this one product as it remains one of the most popular resources in UK schools. To give you some idea, have a look at the list of all modules here. Count reliably a set of objects.

Count in steps of one. Read and write numbers in figures and words. One or ten more than, or less than a given number. Count back in ones, twos and tens.

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