Mental Maths Worksheets
When a child practices mental Maths, Mathematics becomes quicker and simpler = Maths Mastery!
My girls look at their Maths charts (Mini Office A5 Maths) too often during their Maths lessons, so I made some fun worksheets for practice. These Mental Maths worksheets reinforce adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with just a few minutes practice every day. Still, the Maths Mini Offices are a fabulous help! Pop over to my Mini Office Page for your free downloads!
Click the titles for your downloads bellow ~
Maths Rockets ~ Add or subtract or multiply numbers on the side to equal the number in the roof. Great practice for bonds.
Maths Butterflies ~ 5 sums for each butterfly, so good for quick reviews
Maths Corners ~ 4 sums for each number, also a quick worksheet
Maths In & Out ~ Top row of random numbers “in” to work with a number and operation, and write the answer as “out”
Maths Caterpillars ~ Each caterpillar has random numbers or operations, from simple to complex
Maths Amazing Squares ~ Brilliant for bonds to 10 ~ all rows add to 10, up, down or sideways!
- Maths Flowers ~ 13 pages include adding,subtraction, multiplication and division.
Blank Mental Maths templates – 2 formats for you to customize ~
I recommend that moms can print out about 10 blank templates and write in their own numbers that they want their children to practice.
Some moms place each page in plastic page protectors and use dry-wipe markers for quick and easy maths practice. They slip in a new page for the next practice.
Visit the original post on how to customize the template in MS Word on your computer.
With a little regular practice the number combinations or patterns start to “click” ~ which is great for confidence and generates a positive maths attitude! (See the original post with extra suggestions and advice here.)
Maths Manipulatives ~ Young learners need concrete, hand-on manipulatives. Just click on the title above the photo for your download. (Read the original post here.)
This manipulative is invaluable! I use it often when working when introducing numbers, adding or subtracting numbers. It makes perfect sense when we speak about count the ones, then the tens, now the hundreds and so on.
This is an excellent help! I make my youngster sit on the mat and quickly build the bonds puzzle, then come do some robots or amazing Maths squares worksheets.
(Print this 4 page download on 4 different coloured card stock pages. Assemble the correct ‘division’ window to the correct circle. I printed these muddled so that your window colour will contrast with the wheel.)