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.
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.
Follow the flower trail - adding, subtracing and dividing decimals as you go - to find the final answer. There are 2 worksheets in this set.
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.
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.
There are 3 "bee hive" worksheets in this set, testing the kids on all the times tables. They are basically drill worksheets, of course, but we think the format makes them more fun to complete!
The 11 times table is fun, but the 12 times table isn't always very popular! These 2 worksheets provide drill practice of the 11 and 12 times tables in a fun "bee hive" format.
Work on the 6, 7 and 9 times table with the help of these "bee hive" worksheets. Can the kids be busy bees and solve all the problems on both pages?