Count the flowers and write the sums beneath. There are six questions on this worksheet, with addition up to 20.
Flower Maths Worksheets
NEW! Turn simple maths into flowery fun with these flower-themed maths worksheets, covering counting, adding, times tables and more.
Children need to count the flowers in each group, fill in the blank with the correct number, and then compare the pairs. Each group has between 11 and 20 flowers. You can ask them to guess before they count, too.
Complete the flower sequences by counting in decimals. There are 3 pretty worksheets here for the kids to complete, as well as the answers for checking.
There are 3 pretty worksheets in this set, asking children to complete the sequences by counting in fractions - halves, quarters and thirds.
Print out our daffodil sorting by size activity and have some fun with the children ordering the daffodils from big to small and from small to big!
Follow the flower trail - adding, subtracing and dividing decimals as you go - to find the final answer. There are 2 worksheets in this set.
Here's a fun way to practice addition, with the help of some pretty flowers! Roll two dice, add up the numbers and colour in the answer - you can time yourself against the clock, or play against a friend!
Work out the equivalent fractions and then put these flowers in order of size from smallest to largest. Children will usually cover this work in Year 5.
These beautiful flowers will look even prettier if the kids get the answers to the sums correct and use the right colours! Choose from two addition, two subtraction and two multiplication worksheets below.
These colourful flower number bond posters will look great displayed around the classroom, or you could test the children on their number bonds by covering 'petals' and asking the kids for the missing answer.
Can the children fill in the missing numbers so the numbers on the petals add up correctly? You might like to use these worksheets form number bonds from 5 to 10 alongside our flower number bond posters.
These flower number bond worksheets are great for helping kids practise and develop essential number bond skills. This pack has a worksheet for number bonds from 5 to 10, and you can use it alongside our flower number bo
This fun pattern worksheet asks children to work out what flower comes next in the sequence! We have tiles that you can print out for the kids to choose from, or they can draw the answer in.
These fun flower shaped times table worksheets are a great way to encourage times table practise. We have a worksheet for each times table from 2x to 12 x in this pack - and the children could always colour them in once they've done the worksheet too...
Can the children use their times table knowledge to fill in the missing numbers and complete the flowers? This pack has a printable worksheet for each times table from 2x to 12x.
Read the tricky words and then colour in the flowers appropriately. Count up and write the totals in the box.
Encourage the children to practise their counting skills with this colourful worksheet - can they count the number of each pretty flower?
What a colourful counting page! Can the children count the number of each flower and write the number in the box provided?
This lovely worksheet, full of pretty flowers, is a really enjoyable counting activity for the kids!
Practise counting with these pretty flower number match up cards! Print out the five pages in the PDF file onto some card, cut each pair in half then mix up and give to the kids to reassemble.
Follow the flower trail, adding fractions as you go! There are 2 worksheets in this pack, and we've provided the answers for checking too. This worksheet set might be appropriate for Year 5 children.
Find the starting coordinates of the minibeasts and flowers on this garden-themed worksheet, translate them and write down the ending coordinates.
This simple worksheet asks children to work out what half and double of each set of flowers is, and then either draw the answer or write the correct number.