Use this set of 2 worksheets to introduce algebraic expressions. We've included the answers, so they simply need to read and understand the question and link it to the right answer.
Print and cut out the animal cards, then use them to fill out the worksheet - for which children will have to convert lengths and heights from centimetres to metres, and weights from kilograms to grams. And why not play a "top trump" type game while you have the cards out!
This worksheet asks children to work out what the numbers are first with an animal code - and then write them as Roman numerals. It makes it more fun than your average worksheet!
These little penguins have numbers up to 100 on their eggs. Put each row into order from smallest to largest...
All these little penguins have numbers (in the hundreds) on their eggs. Can the kids put them into order from smallest to largest?
Arrange these numbers (tens of thousands) into order, from smallest to largest. We've purposefully chosen numbers to confuse!
Practise fractions and the four operations with this fun Animal Code Breaker, aimed (roughly) at Year 4 children (aged 8-9).
This code breaker puzzle involves decimals, fractions, multiplication, division, addition and subtraction - and it's a fun way to "drill" these skills while looking for the hidden African animals in the solution. Aimed at Year 5 (aged 9-10).
Solve for n to work out which African animals are hidden in this Animal Code Breaker. We've aimed this particular code breaker at Year 6 children (aged 10-11).
Solve the problems, crack the code and reveal three animal names! This is such a fun way to work on maths skills. This particular worksheet is aimed at Year 2-3 / 6-8 year olds.
Children can draw more spots onto the snakes to work out the answer to each problem, or solve them with subtraction within 20.
This is a really fun worksheet, which will encourage the children to read the sentences carefully and then draw what's missing.
Help children practise their recognition of initial souinds with this fun set of animals odd one out worksheets. On each page we provide 4 animals ask children to say their names out loud to identify the 3 with the same initial sound and the odd one out.
This lovely worksheet gives children practice at both initial sounds and counting - and fun colouring too.
Find the starting coordinates of the minibeasts and flowers on this garden-themed worksheet, translate them and write down the ending coordinates.