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Free Home Learning Packs For Primary Maths KS1 & KS2
This is where you can find all the free home learning packs and maths resources most suitable for online schooling and remote learning in primary schools.
As the country returns to lockdown and national school closures, we at Third Space will be doing our best to support schools and parents with home learning in the best ways we can.
While we will continue to offer our online maths tuition to pupils remotely during Covid-19, either via their school or through our ‘at home’ tuition service , we have also brought together all the maths resources we provide that are most suitable for home use.
Third Space Learning exists to give schools and and teachers the means to help children learn and progress in KS1 and KS2 maths with interventions, teaching resources and maths packs.
At the start of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic in March last year we began development of our home learning packs and have added to them during the course of 2020.
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The following useful links are all to the free resources from the Third Space Maths Hub , which is free to join for teachers and parents. We recommend you post a link to this page on your school website, or just pass it along to your parents so they can download them for themselves. You can also share this helpful PDF with parents to help them get started with their free accounts. All the resources are suitable for parents of pupils in Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2 who’ve been following the KS1 or KS2 national curriculum.
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A note on what you won’t find here…
We are aware of the additional challenges for continuing EYFS education during this period but while nurseries remain open we are leaving early years maths to the experts on the ground. Moreover, our expertise is in Maths not English, so if you’re looking for phonics support we recommend you try other high quality providers.
Which home learning packs are available?
The reason we have chosen these home learning resources is that we believe that parents will find them easy to manage – more practice and retrieval work than teaching – and they are appropriate for children at this stage of the year.
Many of these resources follow week by week with the White Rose Maths scheme of work, so we know what stage your pupils are likely to be at in their maths learning.
Our team of teachers making new resources will continue their work over the next few months creating and adapting resources for the whole school into maths packs and home learning packs that parents will find useful. Please email us [email protected] if there’s anything you especially need help with.
Home learning ideas and activities
Fluent in five: free home learning packs for arithmetic and mental maths, rapid reasoning: free home learning packs for reasoning and problem solving questions in maths, free times tables home learning packs, free maths games and activities packs, free maths worksheets and tests for home learning in years 3 to 5, free maths worksheets and tests for home learning in year 6, independent recap: free maths worksheets matching white rose and oak national for year 1 to year 6 (summer term), code crackers: free maths retrieval practice for year 3 to year 6, worked examples: free maths worksheets to develop conceptual understanding year 3 to year 6, how to find the home learning packs in the maths hub.
Access to all our free maths resources is available to all teachers and school staff and parents; all you need is to register for a free Maths Hub account so you can receive our emails.
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If your school already pays for premium access to the Third Space Maths Hub, then, as part of our home learning support, we have now added the functionality for parents to download premium resources too.
All our home learning resources and home learning packs are available in the home learning category of the maths hub.
If it’s home learning activities you’re looking for, or support for parents moving to online teaching and online learning then visit our home learning hub for lots of brilliant maths activities and interactive ideas for supporting your child with maths at home. You can start with these blog post guides to the maths curriculum for parents.
Year 2 Maths Year 3 Maths Year 4 Maths Year 5 Maths Year 6 Maths
The following are all free home learning resource packs suitable for learners at home or at school.
These home learning resources are specifically to help pupils keep up with their arithmetic and mental maths; our Fluent in Five scheme gives pupils between 4 and 6 questions a day to answer, as appropriate for their year group. One week Year 3 may be focusing on their subtraction skills, Year 2 on number bonds, and Year 6 on more complex place value questions. It follows a progression and is a fantastic start to a day’s home learning.
Fluent in Five is available for all year groups, with answers included. The questions are presented on powerpoint slides for school whiteboard use but are very suitable to be shown on a tablet. For Years 2 and Year 6 there are SATs assessment type tests included.
Year 6 Arithmetic Worksheets
- Fluent in Five Year 6 Weeks 1 to 6
Year 5 Arithmetic Worksheets
- Fluent in Five Year 5 Weeks 1 to 6
Year 4 Arithmetic Worksheets
- Fluent in Five Year 4 – Weeks 1 to 6
Year 3 Arithmetic Worksheets
- Fluent in Five Year 3 – Weeks 1 to 6
Year 2 Arithmetic Worksheets
- Fluent in Five Arithmetic Pack Year 2 – Weeks 1 to 6
Year 1 Arithmetic Worksheets
- Fluent in Five Arithmetic Pack Year 1 – Weeks 1 to 6
Alongside Fluent in Five, Rapid Reasoning provides 3 or 4 daily problem solving tasks. These will work particularly well for home learning maths packs as a modelled answer is provided each week, giving pupils and parents a little more guidance on how to tackle the problems.
Year 6 Reasoning Worksheets
- Rapid Reasoning Year 6 – Weeks 1 to 6
Year 5 Reasoning Worksheets
- Rapid Reasoning Year 5 – Weeks 1 to 6
Year 4 Reasoning Worksheets
- Rapid Reasoning Year 4 – Weeks 1 to 6
Year 3 Reasoning Worksheets
- Rapid Reasoning Year 3 – Weeks 1 to 6
If you’re looking to support regular times tables practice, we have a times table grid resource pack with instructions for some fun games and activities which pupils and parents can do together and we have some quick fire times tables tests which are a useful way to track children’s progress.
- Times Tables Grid Printable Pack
- Times Tables Tests
One thing that teachers and parents have told us they value highly during school closures is maths games that give children something that is both fun and educational to do.
We’ve gathered together our favourite maths games for kids , place value games (including a place value worksheet of activities), and times tables games in blog posts, and you can also download the following handy activity packs for free:
- Year 1 Maths Games and Activities
- Year 2 Maths Games and Activities
- Year 3 Maths Games and Activities
- Year 4 Maths Games and Activities
- Year 5 Maths Games and Activities
- Year 6 Maths Games and Activities
We’re adding to our collections of maths games all these time so if you’re still hungry for more, try these KS2 maths games , KS1 maths games and KS3 maths games .
We’ve also made a selection of our maths worksheets and maths tests available free for teachers and parents; all of these include a range of arithmetic and reasoning questions, and importantly, all the answers.
Year 3 Home Learning Packs
- Year 3 Maths Worksheets And Tests
- Year 3 Maths Assessment
Year 4 Home Learning Packs
- Year 4 Maths Worksheets And Tests
- Year 4 Maths Assessment
Year 5 Home Learning Packs
- Year 5 Maths Worksheets and Tests
- Year 5 Maths Assessment
Maths Reasoning Questions Year 6
We’ve got several collections of free reasoning and problem solving questions on the most common types of questions for SATs
- 100 Reasoning and Problem Solving Questions for Year 6 (pdf)
- 35 Year 6 Maths Reasoning Questions for SATs
SATs Practice Papers
To help your Year 6 pupils prepare and build their confidence ahead of SATs, this set contains two complete practice packs of free SATs papers , each with two reasoning papers and one arithmetic paper. As with all our home learning resources, answers are also included.
SATs in Minutes Video Organisers
To provide pupils with examples of SATs problem solving methods which they can work through independently, these organisers each contain links to 20 worked examples videos of SATs questions from reasoning papers from 2016.
- SATs in Minutes Video Organiser – Paper 2, 2016
- SATs in Minutes Video Organiser – Paper 3, 2016
These maths worksheets are designed to align where possible with the objectives that will have been taught if you’re following White Rose Maths or Oak National video lessons online.
They are available for every pupil from Year 1 to Year 6 covering topics from angles to measurement and fractions. And they will be free to download throughout the summer term.
Each worksheet is designed to be completed independently by pupils and provide some practice of the concepts that they have been learning, whilst also providing some greater depth challenges.
Year 1 Home Learning Worksheets – Maths – Independent Recap
- Year 1 Mass, Capacity and Volume Worksheets – Week 6
- Year 1 Counting in 2s, 5s, 10s Worksheets – Week 7
- Year 1 Arrays, Doubles, Sharing Worksheets – Week 8
- Year 1 Place Value, Partioning, Comparing Numbers Worksheets – Week 9
- Year 1 Ordering Numbers, Comparing Coins and Notes Worksheets – Week 10
- Year 1 Find a Half, Find a Quarter Worksheets – Week 11
- Year 1 Time to the hour and half hour worksheets – Week 12
Year 2 Home Learning Worksheets – Maths – Independent Recap
- Year 2 10 times table, Sharing, Grouping, Odd/Even Worksheets – Week 6
- Year 2 Unit, Non-unit fractions, A Half and A Quarter Worksheets – Week 7
- Year 2 2D & 3D Shapes, Properties & Sorting Worksheets – Week 8
- Year 2 Measure & Compare Lengths and Mass Worksheets – Week 9
- Year 2 Measure Mass in g & kg, Compare Volume, Millilitres Worksheets – Week 10
- Year 2 Litres, Temperature and Time Worksheets – Week 11
- Year 2 Telling Time to 5 Minutes, Hours and Days Worksheets – Week 12
Year 3 Home Learning Worksheets – Maths – Independent Recap
- Year 3 10ths as Decimals, Fractions of an Amount Worksheets – Week 6
- Year 3 Equivalent Fractions, Comparing Fractions Worksheets – Week 7
- Year 3 Ordering, Adding, Subtracting Fractions Worksheets – Week 8
- Year 3 Turns, Angles, Lines Worksheets – Week 9
- Year 3 Lines, 2D Shapes, 3D Shapes, Time to 5 mins Worksheets – Week 10
- Year 3 Measure, Compare, Add, Subtract Mass Worksheets – Week 11
- Year 3 Capacity, Pictograms, Bar Charts Worksheets – Week 12
Year 4 Home Learning Worksheets – Maths – Independent Recap
- Year 4 Adding, Subtracting Fractions Worksheets – Week 6
- Year 4 Tenths, Hundredths, Decimals Worksheets – Week 7
- Year 4 Comparing, Ordering & Rounding Decimals Worksheets – Week 8
- Year 4 Comparing, Ordering, Estimating Money Worksheets – Week 9
- Year 4 Statistics, Charts and Line Graphs Worksheets – Week 10
- Year 4 Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals Worksheets – Week 11
- Year 4 Symmetry and Position Worksheets – Week 12
Year 5 Home Learning Worksheets – Maths – Independent Recap
- Year 5 Multiplying Fractions, Fractions of Amounts Worksheets – Week 6
- Year 5 Ordering, Comparing, Rounding Decimals Worksheets – Week 7
- Year 5 Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Worksheets – Week 8
- Year 5 Subtracting, Multiplying, Dividing Decimals Worksheets – Week 9
- Year 5 Measuring Angles Up to 180º Worksheets – Week 10
- Year 5 Polygons, Translation, Reflection Worksheets – Week 11
- Year 5 Converting Units of Measure Worksheets – Week 12
Year 6 Home Learning Worksheets – Maths – Independent Recap
- Year 6 Equivalent Fractions, Decimals & Percentages Worksheets – Week 6
- Year 6 Algebra, Formulae & Equations Worksheets – Week 7
- Year 6 Algebra & Converting Measures Worksheets – Week 8
- Year 6 Area, Perimeter and Volume Worksheets – Week 9
- Year 6 Ratio and Scale Factors Worksheets – Week 10
- Year 6 Calculating Angles Worksheets – Week 11
- Year 6 Geometry and Statistics Worksheets – Week 12
For easy to use, quick, fun retrieval practice, our Code Crackers worksheets are a great way for pupils to recap knowledge on a range of topics from their maths lessons so far this year. The packs and topics created all follow the White Rose Maths scheme of work and like all our resources answers are provided so they should be easy for parents to use. They even include a special maths challenge at the end to keep children motivated to work on their maths skills the whole way through.
If your school has a maths hub subscription you can download Code Crackers for every topic in the Autumn, Summer and Spring Term. The free home learning packs focus on Place Value which most teachers agree is the most fundamental of all topics for children to understand in order to progress freely in maths.
Year 6 Home Learning Pack – Maths Lessons
- Code Crackers Year 6 Place Value Worksheet (Free)
- Code Crackers Year 6 Spring Worksheets
- Code Crackers Year 6 Summer Worksheets
- Code Crackers Year 6 Autumn Worksheets
Year 5 Home Learning Pack – Maths Lessons
- Code Crackers Year 5 Place Value Worksheet (Free)
- Code Crackers Year 5 Spring Worksheets
- Code Crackers Year 5 Summer Worksheets
- Code Crackers Year 5 Autumn Worksheets
Year 4 Home Learning Pack – Maths Lessons
- Code Crackers Year 4 Place Value Worksheet (Free)
- Code Crackers Year 4 Spring Worksheets
- Code Crackers Year 4 Summer Worksheets
- Code Crackers Year 4 Autumn Worksheets
Year 3 Home Learning Pack – Maths Lessons
- Code Crackers Year 3 Place Value Worksheet (Free)
- Code Crackers Year 3 Spring Pack
- Code Crackers Year 3 Summer Worksheets
- Code Crackers Year 3 Autumn Worksheets
For some tricker problem solving challenges this resource contains a series of SATs style arithmetic and reasoning questions which have been answered incorrectly.
This resource encourages pupils to find and explain errors, not just focus on finding the correct answer. Detailed mark schemes with explanations of misconceptions are provided, making them ideal for encouraging mathematical discussion between pupils and parents, or alternatively, making it possible for pupils to mark themselves.
The packs provided below are all free for home usage.
- Year 3 Worked Examples Place Value
- Year 4 Worked Examples Place Value
- Year 5 Worked Examples Place Value
- Year 6 Worked Examples Place Value
- Year 6 Worked Examples Pack 1
We hope you’ll find these KS1 and KS2 home learning packs and home learning resources useful. Please do keep an eye on the Third Space Maths Hub as more maths resource packs for primary schools are being added regularly.
If you’re nearing the summer holidays, you may also be interested in our summer maths activities resource packs to keep young mind working over the 6 week holiday.
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- The Queen was the elder daughter of Prince Albert, the Duke of York and his wife (Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon). She had a younger sister called Margaret Rose.
- Following the death of her grandfather King George V in January 1936, Elizabeth’s uncle David became the new King Edward VIII. In December 1936 Edward abdicated in order to marry Wallis Simpson , an American divorcee. Prince Albert became King George VI and the young Princess Elizabeth became heir presumptive to the throne.
- The Queen married Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.
- The Queen heard of the death of her father whilst she was on tour in Kenya. Her coronation was held at Westminster Abbey on the 2 June 1953.
- She has four children – Charles, Prince of Wales; Anne, Princess Royal; Andrew, Duke of York and Edward, Earl of Wessex. She also has eight grandchildren and a growing number of great-grandchildren.
- 1992 was a difficult year for the Queen, who called it her annus horribilis . Windsor Castle caught fire and the marriages of her three eldest children foundered.
- In June 2012 the Queen celebrated her Diamond Jubilee – 60 years on the throne.
- The Queen was the constitutional monarch, that is the non-party-political head of state, of 16 of the 53 Commonwealth nations. These countries include the United Kingdom ( England , Wales , Scotland and Northern Ireland ), Canada , Australia , New Zealand and Jamaica.
- There have been 12 Prime Ministers during her reign. The first of these was Sir Winston Churchill .
- As Head of State the Queen formally opens each new parliamentary session.
- 21 April 1926 Birth of Princess Elizabeth
- November 1947 Princess Elizabeth marries Prince Philip
- 1948 Birth of Prince Charles
- 1950 Birth of Princess Anne
- 6 February 1952 The Queen begins her reign
- 1960 Birth of Prince Andrew
- 1964 Birth of Prince Edward
- 1981 Marriage of Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer
- 1982 Birth of Prince William
- 1992 Fire at Windsor Castle
- 2002 Death of Princess Margaret and the Queen Mother
- 2011 Marriage of Prince William to Catherine Middleton
- 2013 Birth of Prince George
- 2017 Sapphire Jubilee celebrated. Queen Elizabeth II is the only British monarch to have reigned for 65 years.
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- The Queen was born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor on 21 April 1926.
- In 1936 there were three kings of England.
- Princess Elizabeth first met Prince Philip when she was only thirteen.
- During WWII Princess Elizabeth joined the Womens Auxilliary Territorial Service and trained as a driver.
- The Queen is well known for her love of dogs called corgis and is also a horse enthusiast. Her first corgi was acquired by the family in 1933 and named Dookie.
- In 1947, the Queen (then the Princess Elizabeth), said: "I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great Imperial family to which we all belong."
- Queen Victoria was the great great grandmother of the Queen. At the time of her death Victoria had been Queen for 63 years and 216 days, but as of September 2015 Queen Elizabeth II holds the record for Britain's longest-serving monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II was a constitutional monarch. This means that she was Head of State of the UK and the Commonwealth and of the Established Church but that political power is vested in Parliament. The decision to draft and implement laws lies with the elected government. The Queen was not involved with party politics.
The Queen represented the British people as a ceremonial leader and played an important part as a traditional figurehead. As a popular monarch the Queen enjoyed much public support over the years with events celebrating her Jubilee Anniversaries and the weddings of her children and grandchildren attracting vast crowds.
The Queen was a very wealthy woman but much of her property is held on trust which meant she could not sell it. She was involved with many charitable organisations as a patron.
The pomp and pageantry associated with the monarchy is a major attraction for tourists and brings revenue into the United Kingdom.
The traditional forms of greeting the Queen are:
- For men, a neck bow (from the head only); women do a small curtsy. Shaking hands is also acceptable!
- If you are presented to the Queen, she should be formally addressed as 'Your Majesty' and subsequently 'Ma'am'.
Since 1917, British people celebrating notable birthdays and anniversaries have received a message from the King or Queen . Cards are sent to people celebrating their 100th and 105th birthday (and every year after that), and to those celebrating their diamond wedding (60th), 65th and 70th wedding anniversaries. The Queen's congratulatory message is a card with a personalised message, in a special envelope, delivered through the post.
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- Download an activity sheet and colour in your own picture of Queen Elizabeth II
- Look through our Royal reads for children
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- A children's introduction to Elizabeth II's reign
- Queen Elizabeth II's life in 92 facts from CBBC's Newsround
- See a timeline of the Queen's life
- View some of the items in the Royal Collection online
- Understand more about the Queen's working day
- Find out how Elizabeth became Queen in a CBBC Newsround guide
- Download a picture taken to mark the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II
- Visit the official website of the British Monarchy
- See a collection of photographs of the Queen throughout her life
- 15 fun facts about Queen Elizabeth II from National Geographic Kids
- Take a close look at the Imperial State Crown used in coronation ceremonies for British monarchs
- The British monarchy's law of succession explained for kids, plus the British Royal Family's current order of succession (the members of the Royal Family in the order in which they stand in line to the throne)
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- See an image of Queen Elizabeth II from every year of her life
- Buckingham Palace is open for visitors – or some parts of it, anyway! If you'd like to peek insice the Palace from the comfort of your home, try a virtual tour of the rooms.
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Learning Log Tasks
The main focus of homework is the Learning Log. Children are given open-ended tasks which allow them to work in ways which suit their learning style. There is an expectation that all children attempt the homework set.
To support your child at home we encourage that they read with you for a minimum of 3 times a week. Rewards are given in class to children who read regularly at home.
Children will be given a set of spellings to learn at home each week. Spellings are tested in class weekly. The spellings are taken from the spelling list in the National Curriculum.
Children will be able to access Maths games via the abacus website- these are usually allocated by the class teacher.
Learning of times tables starts in Y2 and is encouraged throughout KS2. Children are signed up to Times Tables Rockstars (TTRS)- an online resource aimed at encouraging children to learn their times tables.
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