You can use these pages in many different ways. Children add the required number of eggs to the nest - from 1 to 10. Laminate the pages and use them as playdough mats, asking children to make the eggs out of playdough.
Spring Maths Worksheets
Bring spring into the classroom or home with this fun collection of spring inspired worksheets. We've got lambs and flowers and chicks and all sorts to make maths enjoyable...
Kids can colour in this cute picture of a bunny - perfect for Easter or any time - but first they need to solve some simple sums to work out the right colours to use!
Here's a fun way to introduce the children to partioning numbers (hundreds, tens and units) - with butterflies and caterpillars! There are 3 pages with 12 questions in the pack, to which we have provided one answer an an example.
This worksheet asks children to count the spots on the butterfly - first as a whole, and then wing by wing. It then asks whether the children notice anything. Use it as a starting point to discuss symmetry and doubling, perhaps.
Here's a simple activity for children learning to count up to 20. Count the spots! We have both colour and black and white versions of this page.
Use this blank sheet to practise doubling. You could laminate the page and use it with a set of counters and a dry wipe pen, leaving your child to work by themselves or perhaps filling in one of the boxes yourself and asking them to work out how to fill the rest.
Each of the pages in this pdf file contains one doubling problem for children to solve - a perfect way to get kids started. Count the existing spots, draw the same number again, and then write the sum underneath.
Learn to double 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 with this colourful butterfly worksheet. Counting the dots first on the left and then on the right will help them to understand.
Draw symmetrical dots onto the butterflies and then write the answer to the problem below - doubles from 1 to 6.
The dotty butterflies on this 2-page worksheet will help the kids learn their doubling facts from 1 to 20.
Grab a ruler and measure the colourful butterflies on this worksheet, recording the length in both cm and mm in the table.
Can you put the odd and even numbers onto the correct side of the butterfly? For this worksheet we are using numbers 1 to 20.
This worksheet asks children to sort the odd and even numbers each onto one side of the butterfly, working with numbers up to 100.
This pictogram worksheet shows the number of butterflies we counted over the summer, sorted by colour. We ask children to study the pictogram, paying attention to the key, and then answer the questions below.
This interesting worksheet asks children to study the pictogram and its and then answer the questions below. It features half and quarter butterflies!
Colour the butterflies according to the key - looking for a specific number in a specific place. This is a simple first worksheet for practising place value.
This worksheet gives children practice at recognising hundreds, tens and "ones" or units. Colouring butterflies makes it fun!
Here's a challenge to help the kids recognise place value of "ones" or units, tens, hundreds and thousands. Colour in the butterflies according to the key.
We've thrown in a decimal place to this place value worksheet, just to keep the kids on their toes. Colour the butterflies according to the key!
Count the flowers and write the sums beneath. There are six questions on this worksheet, with addition up to 20.
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.
Follow the flower trail - adding, subtracing and dividing decimals as you go - to find the final answer. There are 2 worksheets in this set.
Fill in the grid by finding the grid reference for each square and colouring it in the right colour. When you are done, the cute chick illustrated below will be revealed!
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 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!
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.
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.
Match the decimal butterflies to the correct percentage butterflies! There are 4 pages to this worksheet, providing plenty of practice for the kids.
Colour in this cute picture of a rabbit by solving each sum and using the key to choose the right colours. Fun for little kids!