We believe maths should be fun, relevant and playful! Each month, with the support of LEGO Education, we’re sharing free, fun, instant worksheets for early Primary maths.
Every activity has a theme, such as Fun with Sports and Patterns in Nature, to bring the maths concepts to life and make them meaningful and accessible to students. Topics range from Measurement and Geometry through to Statistics and Probability and are aligned with the ACARA curriculum. You can find the ACARA Curriculum links, discussion points and extension activities in the Teachers Notes attached to each worksheet. Pass the activities on to your colleagues, and enjoy!
Which way is it?
This resource introduces students to the language of maths and its application in real life situations. Students explore alternative ways to reach destinations using a map and directions, e.g. quarter turns, left, right, up and down. Access the Which way is it? worksheet HERE.
Plant a Garden!
This resource gives students a practical way to explore numbers and algebra and discover the relationship between addition and subtraction, multiplication and division working in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s. Access the Plant a Garden! worksheet HERE.
Who wants cake? Students explore fun geometric features in 2D shapes and 3D objects, as well as describing and sorting Australian coins. Access the Party Time! worksheet HERE.
Patterns in Nature
Students explore patterns in everyday objects and nature with this ready-to-go lesson for early Primary maths. Access the Patterns in Nature worksheet HERE.
Take a Chance!
Students learn simple statistics and probability concepts using games of chance. Access the Take a Chance! lesson HERE.
Fun with Sports
Engage students with simple measurement concepts in sports. Access the Fun with Sports lesson HERE.
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