The activities rehearse core numeracy skills that you may wish children to practise or keep on the boil.Read our maths homework blog for more advice about using them.What’s more, those on the math fast track can search for advanced exercises and activities that they’ll find both challenging and fun.
We explain what your child needs to know about pictograms and how to read and create them, as well as explaining when and how they're introduced.
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You also find resources to help your child prepare for KS1 Maths SATs.
Pictograms are introduced in Year 2 as a simple and engaging introduction to bar charts.
Below is a free selection of worksheets in pdf format, taken from the year groups 1 to 6.
Please print out these samples and use at home, or photocopy and use in class.
as it is important that the children are answering questions about the text.
We expect the children to bring their reading book in everyday as we expect the children to read every night and have their record signed. Learning Logs- Learning Logs will be given out every Monday and due in fortnightly.
The book includes questions from all the categories like fractions, graphs, place value, 2D and 3D shapes and adding/subtracting numbers to 100 and so much more! This book is a wonderful resource to use at the beginning of a year (such as in year 3) or at the end of year 2 to review the key maths skills students have learned.
It is also great for preparing children for upcoming Ks1 SATs in May.