Basic number work  Free maths worksheets and other resources
Some resources to help pupils with their basic understanding of number.
Units, tens and hundreds place value game Use this game to help students understand basic place value. The student needs a copy of this worksheet, a dice and some place value pieces such as the Learning resources pack available on Amazon by clicking the link below the worksheet picture.
The student rolls the dice and puts down as many unit pieces as the number on the dice. Then they roll again and add on this many unit pieces. Once they reach ten, they need to remove the ten unit pieces and replace them with a ten block. This keeps going until they reach hundred. The student can write down their running total in the boxes provided to see the link between the numerical form and what it means.

Number of the day  Maths starter worksheetDesigned as a maths lesson starter activity, this worksheet is great for getting your students to practise their basic number skills.
Choose a 3 or 4 digit number as your number of the day. Your students write this number in the star and then complete the questions around the page. Skills used include addition, subtraction, multiplication, rounding, finding factors and recognising place value.

Fill in the gaps  number sequences worksheetThis worksheet contains several arithmetic number sequences. Your students need to feel in the gaps.

The Twelve Days of Christmas festive worksheetSome fun number practice based upon the Christmas carol 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'. Get your students calculating how many gifts are received on different days, how many gifts are received in total, and even how many birds are received.
Answer sheet included in main file.
