Print out this lovely set of cars onto card and cut out the pieces. We've kept the outline nice and simple to make it a relatively easy job. Can the children match up the cars to make 10?
Transport Maths Worksheets
Lots NEW! Do you have a child that is passionate about trains, or cars, or tractors, yachts or racing cars? If so, these transport themed maths worksheets might be tempting!
The kids will enjoy practising adding up to 10 with these fun worksheets! Can they work out the sum on each carriage then draw a line to the correct engine? You can laminate the worksheets (there are 5 in the pack) if you want to reuse it again.
Here's a fun way to practise adding up to 20. The children need to work out the sum on the train carriage and match it to the correct engine. There are 5 pages in this set.
Learning numbers up to 10 is much more fun when there's a colourful train involved! Can the children draw a line between the engine and the carriage with the correct number word? There are 5 pages in this pack.
Children need to name the carriages on this old-fashioned steam train with the correct ordinal numbers.
These fun racing cars can be cut out and used in an ordinal number display. Or jumble them up and ask your child to arrange them in the right order...
Here's a second set of racing cars with ordinal numbers from 11th to 20th. How about displaying a "race" in a row around the room?
Children will need to solve these simple subtraction sums in order to colour in this picture of sailing boats...
The kids can have fun joining the dots on the tractor pictures and practising their times tables at the same time! Choose from 2s to 10s below.
Here's a fun interactive game to help the children understand the concepts of 'greater than' and 'less than'.
Print out our traffic jam number line and leave it as it is to make a set of simple posters, or cut out the bright, simple cars and create a number line.
The kids will be speeding along with their maths skills after practising adding to 10 with our train ordering cut and paste worksheet. Can they cut out the carriages, work out the sums and glue them behind the engine in the correct order, from low to high?
Practising subtraction to 10 is fun with this set of 5 cut and paste train worksheets, which ask the children to do the calculation then put the carriages into order.