Count the apples and write the correct number in the box on the right. This is the first and simplest of three apple counting worksheets.
Food and Drink Maths Worksheets
We've lots of counting resource on a food and drink theme to help young children get to grips with number.
Count the apples and write the correct number in the box. This is the second of three apple counting worksheets for the kids to try.
Here is our third (and most challenging) apple counting worksheet. Children are asked to count the red, green and yellow apples and write the correct number in the boxes.
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.
This apple patterns worksheet might be the simplest of all our pattern worksheets - making it a great introduction for young children. They need to decide whether the last apple in each pattern should be red, yellow or green, and colour it in appropriately.
We have five different sized rosy red apples for children to practice sorting by size from smallest to largest - or vice versa. Print onto card, cut out and laminate to make our apple sorting by size activity stand up well to small hands.
Using our chocolate chip cookie recipe, this worksheet asks children to think about playing with the original quantities - practising their multiplication and division skills in the process.
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 ...
Which fruits do your children like the most? Ask classmates, friends and family and then use this favourite fruits bar chart printable to record the result.
Get the kids to carry out a survey of everyone's favourite vegetables and record them using this favourite vegetables bar chart printable. Who knows what you will discover! We have a UK and a US version, which takes account of different spellings and names for the veg, too.
Start the kids counting their fruit with the first of three fruit counting worksheets! Count the number in each row and write the number in the box on the right.
Have some fun with this fruit counting worksheet. How many oranges, bananas, apples, pineapples, strawberries, and pears?
Our fruit counting worksheet 3 is the trickiest! We ask children to identify and count each type of fruit, then write their answer in the boxes.
This sequencing worksheet asks little ones to work out what fruit comes next in each sequence. Why not laminate the worksheet and use our fruit patterns tiles (also laminated) so that you can get repeat use out of this fun worksheet.
We designed these fruit patterns tiles to use with our fruit patterns worksheets 1 and 2 - but you could also print two of each tile to make a mini memory game for the kids.
Being able to recognise patterns is a useful skill! Can the children work out which harvest picture comes next to complete the pattern?
This code breaker page is a fun way to revise all sorts of maths skills - negative numbers, percentages, fractions and so on - with a hidden phrase to discover!
There are three fun reflection exercises on these pages - all tied in to ice cream to make them sweet!
Match the ice-creams to the correct coin that you need to pay for it. Colour in the ice-creams if you like, too.
Here's a fun way to learn about money, costs and adding pence (and cents). Print out a menu and a set of question cards and get calculating! Sums are up to 20p / 20c and the pages are bundled into a zip file for ease.
Each zipped pack below contains an ice-cream shop menu, a set of story sum cards and a set of answer cards - a fun way to work on money and addition! All the answers are within 100, and we've got a pack in English money and another for American money.
Kids can skip count their way around the picture to draw an ice lolly - practising their tables at the same time! It's a fun dot to dot puzzle with a secret.
There's nothing more refreshing than a cooling ice lolly on a hot day! The kids can have fun sorting these ice lollies into size order, then have a real ice lolly treat once they've finished, perhaps?
This fun worksheet uses a "real life" story to test some simple maths skills including multiplication, measuring liquids, time and problem solving.
These pear dot to dot puzzles will help the children learn their times tables too! Choose from 2s to 12s below.
Make times table practice fun with these pumpkin dot to dot puzzles! Choose the times table your child is learning then ask them to join the dots by counting in 2s, 3s, 4s, and so on ... all the way up to 12s.
Can the children solve the problems then colour in the pies? A fun way to practise maths skills, that may make you a little hungry too!
Join the dots on this strawberry picture and practice your times tables as you do it! Skip count by 2s, 3s and so on, all the way up to 10s. Fun!
Can you work out what each table in the summer café owes? Look at the menu for the prices, then total up the receipts.
Practise some practical maths with the help of this fun summer café worksheet. We've provided the menu and the receipts. Now the kids have to work out what each table owes.
This interesting worksheet provides a Summer Café menu and a series of "real life" questions to answer. We finish with a more imaginative question, which requires the kids to do some strategic party budgeting!
These story sum cards ask children to work out simple addition and subtraction problems (within 10) - all with an ice-cream and cupcake theme!
This worksheet uses summer fruit as an excuse to have a look at symmetry and challenge the kids to try a symmetrical drawing of a strawberry!
Revise and refresh fractions with this interesting worksheet, which has yummy summer foods as its theme! This fraction workout is aimed at Year 3.
Start the kids off with our first vegetable counting worksheet. Count the veg and write the correct number in the box…
Here is a slightly more challenging counting worksheet featuring a selection of yummy vegetables! It's available in either colour or black and white below
We all know that we should be eating 5 servings of fruit and veg a day - but can the kids count the veg on our third vegetable counting worksheet? Write the answers in the boxes.
There are a variety of problems to solve on our "vegetable garden maths" worksheet set, over 4 pages. Help Mrs Smiths plant her vegetable garden!
This fun 4-page worksheet covers all sorts of Year 6 maths skills - from area to volume to time to fractions and more in between!