Find 10 less than each of the numbers on the squirrels - then match it to an acorn! A fun worksheet for autumn.
Autumn Maths Worksheets
Practice counting and patterns with these fun early maths worksheets themed around autumn - perfect for brightening up the classroom as the days draw in!
For each squirrel the kids need to find an acorn with a number 10 less - perfect for an autumn maths drill!
Can the children match up the squirrels with an acorn that has a number 100 less? There are 6 to try on this worksheet.
Ask the kids to join the dots on this acorn picture and practice their times tables as they go along! A fun way to learn times tables from 2s to 12s...
Here's a fun sorting activity that's perfect for autumn! Cut out the acorns, shuffle them up then ask the kids to order them by size...
There are 14 questions on this pretty autumn worksheet, to give the kids practice at adding and subtracing fractions with different denominators. We've included an answer sheet so that they can check their work.
Practise adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators with this pretty autumn-themed worksheets. There are 14 questions in total.
The children will enjoy these dot to dot puzzles with a difference! Choose the times table your child is working on, then ask them to join the dots to draw the apple. Choose from 2s to 12s.
The kids will love sorting these colourful autumn-themed pictures into big and small groups! Print and cut out the pictures and the sorting mats too, then ask the children to sort the pairs by size.
We love the fun illustrations on this autumn big and small size sorting worksheet! Can the children circle the biggest picture in each row and draw a cross on the smallest?
There are 4 cards in this set with illustrated division problems for the kids to solve - perfect for beginners to dividing with remainders. You could laminate the cards and give the children a dry wipe pen to use to help to work out the answer.
This pretty autumn-inspired worksheet provides plenty of practice with working out, adding and subtracting squares and cubes. There are 14 questions in total and we've provided an answer sheet too.
Here's the simplest of three counting worksheets using autumn leaves. Count the number of leaves in each row, and write the total in the box. We've got colour or black and white versions.
Available in colour or black and white, this autumn themed worksheet asks the kids to count the leaves in each row and write the total in the box.
Here's a challenge for the kids! Total up each type of autumn leaf and write the totals in the boxes. Choose from colour or black and white versions.
Cut out the leaves and then stick them on the correct tree. This pretty autumn activity works on number words into the hundreds as well as place value.
Print out our autumn leaf printables, cut each one out, and ask the children to sort them by size. You can laminate each leaf for extra durability if you prefer...
Solve the long number sentences to work out the final answer. There are 2 similar worksheets in this set, for extra practice, both themed for autumn.
Solve the long number sentences - which will involve decimals, negative numbers and other Year 5 level maths skills.
This number sentence involves squares and cubes, negative numbers and more - we've aimed it at Year 6 kids.
Use these Autumn Pattern Tiles with our colour Autumn Pattern Worksheets - or print them out for a mini-matching game!
Ask the kids to number the autumn leaf pictures from smallest to biggest. A fun way to practise sorting skills!
This simple worksheet asks children to count and compare numbers 3 and 4, and introduces simple comparison language as well as a challenge at the end.
In this worksheet we ask children to count the apples and pears and compare which number is greater, then complete the sentences. Good early practice at comparing numbers ...
How well do the kids know their equivalent fractions? This squirrel-themed worksheet tests them on 1/2, 2/3 and 3/4.
For this activity you will need to collect leaves from the garden and use the grid to estimate the area (in square cm) of the leaves.
I love autumn and there is just something about the change in colour that always makes me think of themed learning activities.
The dots on this dot to dot leaf puzzle skip each time, helping your child to practise their times tables whilst having fun! Choose from 2s to 12s.
These pear dot to dot puzzles will help the children learn their times tables too! Choose from 2s to 12s below.
Our scarecrow maths facts colouring page is a fun way to get some maths into a farm, Autumn or Harvest topic and perfect for revision too.