Mathematics has always been something interesting for me. Stimulating the imagination and intriguing. Maybe that's why I liked creating math teaching aids for kids, especially math crosswords and mystery pictures.
Here you will find various series of worksheets for preschoolers and primary school students.
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Teaching aids - numbers for children
Here you will find free addition worksheets for kids. These include traditional exercises, addition in columns, as well as fun math activities such as math crosswords, magic squares, and pyramids.
Mathematical graphs, math crosswords and other worksheets in the field of addition and subtraction.
Here you will find mystery pictures for kids.
Printable fraction worksheets in graphical and numerical form.
Teaching aids - geometric shapes for kids
Here you will find fun worksheets for symmetrical drawing pictures made of various geometric shapes.
Traicing and writing numbers
Math exercises for preschoolers
Among the math exercises for preschoolers, you will find worksheets for learning how to write numbers, simple addition and subtraction tasks up to 10, or ordering numbers in ascending or descending order.
Within the geometry teaching aids, you will find materials with which children can learn about geometric shapes. You can use geometric coloring pages and mandalas to consolidate this knowledge.
You will also find exercises in organizing elements according to their size, or exercises developing the ability to think logically.
Math exercises for primary school students
I have also prepared a large dose of mathematical tasks for primary school students, especially at the stage of early school education.
Among the worksheets created for children, you will find materials for practicing orientation and distinguishing between pages, such as templates for drawing mirror images or graphic dictations.
Logical thinking exercises include sudoku and magic squares. You will also find some math tasks with content here.
The activities on numbers have been divided into different categories:
- addition and subtraction,
- multiplication and division,
- decimal fractions.
I've broken down these general categories into smaller ranges, e.g. addition and subtraction up to 10, multiplication and division up to 50, etc.
You will find here both standard exercises and non-standard suggestions, such as mathematical graphs and crosswords, magic squares or pyramids. Numerical operations as well as fractions are presented in the form of both numbers and graphical diagrams, making it easier for children to understand certain relationships that govern the world of mathematics.
I hope that among the prepared mathematics teaching materials you will find those that your children and you will like.
Latest free printable math worksheets for kids
Once again, for the third time, we approach the topic of learning long division. We’re talking about dividing a two-digit number by a single-digit number without remainder.
Here you will find the second version of the long division exercise. We will be working with two-digit numbers divided by a single-digit number.
The publication you have in front of you right now is a worksheet for kids useful for learning long division with no remainders. This is the first version of the division exercise, two-digit number by a single-digit number.
Here is the second version of the practice exercise of long dividing a three-digit number by a one-digit number, without remainders, using auxiliary fields.
I have prepared a new exercise for kids who are at the stage of learning long division. We’re going to divide a three-digit number by a single-digit number here, getting the result with no remainder.
Symmetrical drawing is another exercise whose task is to develop perceptiveness, concentration, and eye-hand coordination.
Today’s worksheet for kids is another non-carrying addition exercise. Each operation consists of two three-digit numbers.
I’m giving you the first worksheet with adding three-digit numbers to practice. This is addition in column with no regrouping.
Drawings of simple geometric flowers, containing single line of symmetry, appeared on our worksheets.
Knowing how well the blank sheets worked well for us working with children, I am publishing the second version of the worksheet for drawing your own symmetrical pictures.
This time I am publishing a blank worksheet with boxes to create your own symmetrical drawings from easy shapes. It turns out that designing itself is also a lot of fun 😉
Today we only use horizontal axes of symmetry in very easy drawing symmetrical shapes.