Year 4 Printable Worksheets

Year 4 is your child's second year of Key Stage 2. During this year, your child will start to receive more homework. Our fun and engaging resources will help your child grasp the key concepts their homework is centred around. Your child will also be tested this year on their multiplication tables and should be able to recite their 1 – 12 times table.

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Identifying Run-On Sentences

Identifying Run-On Sentences

This worksheet is designed to help students identify run-on sentences. Through engaging activities, students will learn to spot sentences that need correct punctuation, improving their writing clarity and coherence. These exercises are suitable for both classroom and home use, providing a fun and interactive way to enhance grammar skills. By mastering the identification of run-on sentences, students will become more confident and effective writers.

Age: 8 - 9
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Using Colons and Semicolons

Using Colons and Semicolons

This worksheet is designed to help students understand and practise using colons and semicolons. Through engaging activities, students will learn to correctly punctuate sentences, improving their writing clarity and coherence. These exercises provide a comprehensive introduction to these punctuation marks, making them suitable for use at home and in the classroom. By mastering colons and semicolons, students will enhance their writing skills and boost their confidence in using punctuation.

Age: 8 - 9
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Types of Sentences Activity

Types of Sentences Activity

This engaging worksheet focuses on the four types of sentences: declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative. Through various activities, students will learn to identify and create different sentence types, enhancing their writing and comprehension skills. This worksheet is beneficial for both classroom and home use, providing a fun and interactive way to help students understand and apply the concepts of sentence structure effectively. By mastering these sentence types, students will improve their overall communication abilities, making their writing clearer and more dynamic.What are the four types of sentences?Declarative Sentence:Explanation: A declarative sentence makes a statement or provides information. It ends with a full stop.Example: The sky is blue.Interrogative Sentence:Explanation: An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark.Example: What time does the show start?Exclamatory Sentence:Explanation: An exclamatory sentence expresses strong emotion or excitement. It ends with an exclamation mark.Example: Wow, that was an amazing performance!Imperative Sentence:Explanation: An imperative sentence gives a command, makes a request, or offers an invitation. It usually ends with a full stop but can also end with an exclamation mark for emphasis.Example: Please close the door.

Age: 8 - 9
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KS2 World War II Quiz

KS2 World War II Quiz

This worksheet is designed to test KS2 students' knowledge of World War II, covering key events, people, and concepts related to this significant historical period. The quiz consists of multiple-choice questions that encourage critical thinking and recall of information learned about World War II. Key Topics Covered:Start and end dates of World War IIAllied Powers and Axis PowersSignificant battles and events (e.g., Battle of Britain, D-Day)Important figures (e.g., Winston Churchill, Anne Frank)Impact of the war on different regions and countriesLearning Outcomes:Enhanced knowledge of World War II historyImproved comprehension of key historical events and figuresDevelopment of critical thinking and analytical skills through multiple-choice questions

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UK Landmarks Word Search

UK Landmarks Word Search

UK Landmarks Word Search ActivityGet ready for an exciting journey across the United Kingdom with this fun word search puzzle! Perfect for KS2 students, this worksheet lets you explore iconic landmarks while boosting your vocabulary and spelling skills. Search for famous places like Big Ben, Stonehenge, and Buckingham Palace hidden in the grid. It's a fantastic way to learn more about the UK's geography and history while having a blast! Ideal for classroom activities, independent learning, or a relaxing brain teaser at home. 

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Cities of the United Kingdom Word Search

Cities of the United Kingdom Word Search

Cities of the United Kingdom Word SearchEmbark on an exciting journey across the United Kingdom with this fun word search puzzle! This worksheet is designed for kids to test their knowledge of major cities in the UK while honing their vocabulary and spelling skills. Students will search for the names of 15 prominent cities scattered throughout the grid, ranging from London to Belfast. As students search for each city, they will reinforce their understanding of UK geography and familiarise themselves with key urban centres. Educators can use this worksheet as a fun and interactive activity to supplement geography lessons or as a standalone exercise to promote independent learning.

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Arctic and Antarctic Circles

Arctic and Antarctic Circles

This worksheet invites pupils to delve into the fascinating realms of the Arctic Circle and the Antarctic Circle. Through a series of thought-provoking questions and informative text, students will explore the geography, wildlife, climate, and human presence in these polar regions. By comparing and contrasting the Arctic and Antarctic Circles, students will deepen their understanding of the unique characteristics and environmental challenges faced by these remote areas. Educators can use this worksheet to foster critical thinking skills, geographical literacy, and awareness of global environmental issues among students. The worksheet provides a comprehensive overview of the Arctic and Antarctic Circles, incorporating engaging facts and prompts to encourage active learning and discussion. 

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Discover the World: Country Quiz

Discover the World: Country Quiz

Kids can test their knowledge of countries around the world with our fun geography quiz! Each section provides clues about a specific country, prompting students to identify the country based on the given information. By deciphering clues related to geography, culture, landmarks, and national symbols, students will enhance their understanding of global diversity and geography. Educators can use this worksheet to encourage critical thinking and geographical literacy among KS2 students. Answers are provided to facilitate self-assessment and reinforce learning. This activity fosters independent learning and cultural awareness while providing an enjoyable and educational experience for students.

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My Country and the United Kingdom - Human and Physical Features

My Country and the United Kingdom - Human and Physical Features

This handy geography worksheet will help students to compare and contrast their own country with the United Kingdom. Through guided inquiry and research, students will explore various aspects including geography, culture, climate, population, and more. By engaging in this comparative analysis, students will deepen their understanding of global diversity and geography while honing their research and critical thinking skills. This activity promotes independent learning and encourages students to consider the diverse cultural aspects and geographical features of both countries.

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My Country and Brazil - Human and Physical Features

My Country and Brazil - Human and Physical Features

This worksheet invites upper KS2 students to compare and contrast the characteristics of their own country with Brazil. Through guided inquiry and research, students will investigate various aspects including geography, culture, climate, population, and more. By engaging in this comparative analysis, students will deepen their understanding of global diversity and geography while honing their research and critical thinking skills

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My Country and Australia - Human and Physical Features

My Country and Australia - Human and Physical Features

This worksheet provides students with an opportunity to compare and contrast the human and physical features of their own country with Australia. By examining various aspects such as size, physical geography, population, climate, and cultural elements, students will develop a deeper understanding of global diversity and geography. The worksheet prompts students to research and gather information about their own country and Australia, encouraging independent learning and critical thinking skills.

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My Country and China - Human and Physical Features

My Country and China - Human and Physical Features

This worksheet provides students with an opportunity to compare and contrast the human and physical features of their own country with China. By examining various aspects such as size, physical geography, population, climate, and cultural elements, students will develop a deeper understanding of global diversity and geography. The worksheet prompts students to research and gather information about their own country and China, encouraging independent learning and critical thinking skills.

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KS2 The Tropics

KS2 The Tropics

This worksheet is designed to introduce upper KS2 students to the concept of latitude, focusing on lines of latitude and the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. Through engaging text and interactive questions, students will learn about the imaginary nature of latitude lines, their purpose in locating places on Earth, and the significance of the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn in Earth's geography. Learning Objectives:Understand the concept of latitude and its role in geography.Identify the purpose of latitude lines in locating places on Earth.Learn about the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn and their significance in Earth's geography.Develop critical thinking skills through interactive questions and activities.This worksheet provides an engaging introduction to latitude lines and the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn for upper KS2 students. By exploring these concepts through interactive questions and informative text, students will develop a deeper understanding of geographic navigation and Earth's geographical features. Further exploration of maps and globes can enhance students' spatial awareness and geographic literacy.

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KS2 The Equator

KS2 The Equator

This handy worksheet is designed for upper KS2 students, emphasising the importance of the equator within the geography curriculum's locational knowledge strand. Using captivating text and thought-provoking questions, students will explore the equator's origins, its influence on Earth's climate, its contribution to shaping global geography, and its significance in space exploration. Moreover, the worksheet incorporates a hands-on activity aimed at visualising the equator's size and position, offering students a comprehensive grasp of this fundamental geographic element.

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KS2 The Hemispheres

KS2 The Hemispheres

KS2 Hemispheres ActivityThis KS2 geography worksheet introduces students to the concept of hemispheres and their significance in understanding Earth's geography. Through engaging text and thought-provoking questions, students will explore the division of Earth into different hemispheres, the role of the Equator and Prime Meridian, and how countries in different hemispheres experience seasons differently. Learning Objectives:Identify and describe the four main hemispheres of the Earth.Understand the significance of the Equator and Prime Meridian in dividing the Earth.Recognise how the tilt of the Earth's axis influences seasonal variations in different hemispheres.Develop locational knowledge by identifying countries in various hemispheres.This worksheet is designed to enhance students' locational knowledge and understanding of Earth's geography. Encourage students to actively engage with the text and discuss their responses to the questions to deepen their understanding of hemispheres and their significance. Additionally, encourage students to explore maps and atlases to reinforce their understanding of country locations in different hemispheres.

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KS2 Grand Canyon Research Activity

KS2 Grand Canyon Research Activity

In this KS2 geography worksheet, students will embark on an exciting exploration of the majestic Grand Canyon. Through research and inquiry, they will discover the geological wonders, diverse ecosystems, and cultural significance of this iconic natural landmark. This worksheet is designed to enhance students' geographical knowledge, research skills, and appreciation for the natural world. Objective:Investigate the formation, climate, geography, and biodiversity of the Grand Canyon.Develop research and report writing skills.Foster an understanding of the importance of natural landmarks and conservation.

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Greek Islands Research Activity

Greek Islands Research Activity

In this geography worksheet, students will embark on a virtual journey to the enchanting Greek Islands. They will have the opportunity to learn about the geography, climate, attractions, and historical significance of these beautiful islands. Through research and exploration, students will discover fascinating facts and create a comprehensive report about the Greek Islands.Objective:Research and report on key aspects of the Greek Islands, including their geography, climate, popular activities, and famous landmarks.Students will conduct research using the Internet or non-fiction books to gather information about the Greek Islands.They will use the provided questions as a guide to structure their report.Encourage students to include detailed descriptions and interesting facts in their report.Emphasise the importance of accurate information and proper citation of sources.Once completed, students will have a deeper understanding of the Greek Islands and their significance.

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KS2 Snowdonia Research Activity

KS2 Snowdonia Research Activity

This informative worksheet is designed to engage KS2 students in researching and writing a report about Snowdonia, Wales. Through the use of the Internet or non-fiction books, students will gather information about Snowdonia's geography, attractions, and outdoor activities. By answering specific questions provided in the worksheet, students will deepen their understanding of this stunning natural landscape and develop their research and writing skills.The worksheet prompts students to explore the following questions:What is the highest peak in Snowdonia, and how tall is it?Describe the landscape and geography of Snowdonia.What are some of the outdoor activities that visitors can enjoy in Snowdonia?What are some notable landmarks or attractions in Snowdonia?Teachers can use this worksheet as a standalone assignment or as part of a broader unit on geography or British landmarks. It provides a structured framework for students to conduct research, organise information, and practise writing skills.

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Blank World Map

Blank World Map

Blank World Map This blank world map is a versatile and valuable resource for educators teaching KS2 geography. Whether used as a standalone activity or integrated into lesson plans, this map encourages kids to explore and engage with key geographical concepts. Educators can use the map as a tool for teaching kids about the location of different countries around the world. Students can label countries, capital cities, and key landmarks.Whether used for basic geographical identification or more complex analysis of global issues, this map provides students with a foundation for understanding the world around them and encourages active exploration and learning.

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Countries of the United Kingdom

Countries of the United Kingdom

Countries of the United Kingdom ActivityThis engaging worksheet is designed to reinforce students' locational knowledge of the countries comprising the United Kingdom: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. By accurately labelling these countries on a map, students will deepen their understanding of UK geography and develop spatial awareness skills.The primary objective of this worksheet is to familiarise students with the geographical locations of the countries within the United Kingdom. Through this activity, students will enhance their ability to identify and differentiate between these countries on a map. Encourage students to compare and contrast the countries of the United Kingdom in terms of size, population, and geographical features.

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Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Book Genres

Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Book Genres

This handy maths worksheet is designed to introduce students to the concept of pictograms while exploring their favourite book genres. The worksheet is a visually engaging and enjoyable way to enhance students' skills in data representation and interpretation, aligning with the national curriculum. The worksheet includes a colourful pictogram featuring icons representing four popular book genres: Mystery, Adventure, Fantasy, and Fairy Tales. Each icon corresponds to a certain number of students who prefer that genre.Learning Objectives:Develop the ability to read and interpret data presented in a pictogram.Practise counting and comparing quantities through visual representations.Enhance problem-solving skills by answering questions that require data analysis.Reinforce maths skills within a context that relates to students' interests, encouraging them to explore their favourite book genres.

Age: 8 - 9
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Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Fruit

Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Fruit

Interpreting PictogramsThis maths worksheet is a fun and engaging activity designed to help students practise data representation and interpretation through the use of a pictogram. The worksheet focuses on students' favourite fruits, a topic that is relatable and interesting for young learners. The worksheet provides a colourful pictogram with images of four different fruits: pears, bananas, oranges, and grapes. Each fruit icon represents a certain number of students who chose it as their favourite.Learning Objectives:Develop the ability to read and interpret data presented in a pictogram.Practise counting and comparing quantities based on images.Enhance problem-solving skills by answering questions that require data analysis.Reinforce maths skills through a real-world context that is relevant to students' interests.

Age: 8 - 9
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Interpreting Bar Charts - Popular Sports

Interpreting Bar Charts - Popular Sports

Interpreting Bar ChartsThis worksheet encourages students to explore data representation, make comparisons, and practise basic arithmetic operations while having fun with popular sports. It's designed to promote a strong foundation in statistics and problem-solving skills, in accordance with the Year 4 curriculum.

Age: 8 - 9
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Tally and Graph - Woodland animals

Tally and Graph - Woodland animals

Tally and Graph - Woodland animalsThis worksheet is designed to help students grasp the fundamentals of creating a bar chart. It begins by providing a set of tally data related to woodland animals. Students are tasked with taking this tally data and using it to construct their own bar chart.

Age: 8 - 9
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Harry Potter Word Search

Harry Potter Word Search

Harry Potter Word Search ActivityEncourage students to find these magical words hidden in the puzzle. It's a great way to celebrate Harry Potter Book Day and engage young fans of the wizarding world!When is Harry Potter Book Day?Harry Potter Book Day takes place on the 12th of October, but you can celebrate on any day that suits you after the 12th of October too!

Age: 8 - 9
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Woodland Animals Cloze Activity

Woodland Animals Cloze Activity

Woodland Animals Cloze ActivityOur Woodland Animals Cloze Activity can be integrated into classroom lessons or assigned as homework to reinforce reading comprehension skills. As pupils fill in the blanks, they will encounter new words related to wildlife, habitats, and the unique characteristics of woodland animals. Through this activity, pupils will not only enhance their reading comprehension skills but also gain valuable insights into the remarkable adaptations and behaviours of these cute woodland creatures.

Age: 8 - 9
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Endangered Animals Cloze Activity

Endangered Animals Cloze Activity

Endangered animals cloze activityThis engaging activity is a fantastic way for young learners to explore the importance of wildlife conservation while honing their reading comprehension and vocabulary skills. By filling in the missing words in the sentences, students will uncover fascinating facts about these vulnerable creatures and their struggles for survival. This exercise can be used in the classroom, as homework, or during wildlife-themed educational events, making it a versatile resource for teachers and parents.

Age: 8 - 9
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Harry Potter Cloze Activity

Harry Potter Cloze Activity

Harry Potter Cloze ActivityThese fun facts about Harry Potter should spark a child's interest in the magical world created by J.K. Rowling and could provide a great starting point for their journey into the series. This cloze activity offers a spellbinding way to enhance reading comprehension, vocabulary, and critical thinking skills while diving into the world of magic. Beyond simply filling in the blanks, this activity encourages critical thinking by prompting children to consider context and meaning while completing the fun Harry Potter facts. 

Age: 8 - 9
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C. S. Lewis Cloze Activity

C. S. Lewis Cloze Activity

C. S. Lewis Cloze ActivityC.S. Lewis's life and work continue to inspire young readers around the world, and his magical stories are enjoyed by children of all ages. This C.S. Lewis Cloze Activity will help to:Introduce students to key facts about C.S. Lewis's life and work.Develop reading comprehension and critical thinking skills.Encourage active engagement with the provided text.Certain words have been omitted from the passage, creating blanks in the text. Students are tasked with filling in these blanks with the correct missing words from the word bank.

Age: 8 - 9
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Year 4 Animal Facts Handwriting Workbook

Year 4 Animal Facts Handwriting Workbook

Animal Facts Handwriting WorkbookThis Year 4 Animal Facts Handwriting Workbook is a handy resource to not only improve students' handwriting skills but also introduce them to fascinating facts about creatures from around the globe. Pupils copy each animal fact carefully and neatly on the lines underneath. 

Age: 8 - 9
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Rainforest Biome Cloze Activity

Rainforest Biome Cloze Activity

Rainforest Biome Cloze ActivityThis worksheet introduces students to the concept of biomes and their unique characteristics. Through reading and filling in the blanks, students gain a better understanding of the rainforest biome's location, climate, and distinct features. Use this KS2 resource in the classroom or at home. 

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Desert Biome Cloze Activity

Desert Biome Cloze Activity

Desert Biome Cloze ActivityThis worksheet focuses on the desert biome, a unique and fascinating ecosystem found around the world. Deserts may seem barren, but they are full of remarkable adaptations and survival strategies. This educational resource is designed to engage KS2 pupils in exploring the characteristics, plants, and animals of the desert biome while enhancing their understanding of this challenging environment.The Desert Biome worksheet introduces students to key concepts related to desert ecosystems. Pupils will engage in a fill-in-the-blanks exercise where they can apply their knowledge of desert features, climate, and adaptations. This activity encourages critical thinking and reinforces essential facts about desert biomes. Use this desert biome worksheet to spark interest, deepen understanding, and inspire further exploration of our planet's diverse ecosystems.

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Savannah Biome Cloze Activity

Savannah Biome Cloze Activity

Savannah Biome Cloze ActivityThis engaging and educational resource aims to introduce students to the fascinating world of the savannah biome – a unique and diverse ecosystem found in various parts of the world, particularly in Africa. This worksheet will provide pupils with a deeper understanding of the savannah biome's characteristics, climate, plant and animal adaptations, as well as the challenges it faces. Through a fill-in-the-blanks exercise, students will actively engage with key concepts related to the savannah, enhancing their knowledge of this remarkable habitat. 

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Aquatic Biome Cloze Activity

Aquatic Biome Cloze Activity

Aquatic Biome Cloze ActivityThis cloze activity worksheet on aquatic biomes is designed to engage KS2 pupils in an exciting journey through the world's water-based ecosystems. Students will have the opportunity to test their knowledge about aquatic biomes by completing sentences with the appropriate words. By doing so, they will reinforce their understanding of important concepts related to oceans, rivers, lakes, and other aquatic environments. This activity encourages critical thinking as students recall information about the unique features and inhabitants of these biomes.

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Tundra Biome Cloze Activity

Tundra Biome Cloze Activity

Tundra cloze activityThis worksheet is designed to enhance your pupils' understanding of the unique characteristics, plant life, and animal adaptations that make the tundra such a fascinating and extreme environment. Through this activity, students will reinforce their knowledge of the tundra biome while practising important reading and comprehension skills. As students fill in the blanks with the appropriate words, they will demonstrate their understanding of key concepts related to the tundra biome.

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Biomes Quiz

Biomes Quiz

Biomes QuizOur Fascinating Biomes Quiz is a great activity designed to enhance your students' understanding of the different biomes that exist around the world. This quiz is a fun and educational way for students to learn about the unique characteristics and plant and animal life. There are 10 multiple-choice questions for children to answer. Incorporate the "Fascinating Biomes Quiz" into your lesson plan or use this fun resource at home. 

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Biomes Matching Activity

Biomes Matching Activity

Biomes Matching Activity WorksheetIn this engaging worksheet, pupils will explore the fascinating world of biomes – diverse ecosystems that cover our planet. Their task is to match each biome with its description. Biomes are unique regions with distinct climates, landscapes, and plant and animal life. Happy learning and exploring the amazing biomes of our planet!

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Exploring Settlements and Land Use

Exploring Settlements and Land Use

Exploring Settlements and Land UseThis worksheet is designed to introduce pupils to the concepts of settlements and land use. It will help pupils understand the diverse ways land is used for different purposes. Children will explore rural and urban settlements, grasp the significance of proper land use planning, and gain insights into the connections between human activities and the environment. There are multiple-choice questions and answers included in this resource.

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International Peace Day Acrostic Poem

International Peace Day Acrostic Poem

International Peace Day Acrostic PoemAn acrostic poem is a creative and expressive form of writing where the first letter of each line spells out a word or message. In this acrostic poem for International Peace Day, the word "PEACE" serves as the central theme. Each line of the poem represents a different aspect of peace, highlighting the idea of people coming together, embracing diversity, uniting in love, and creating a harmonious world.

Age: 8 - 9
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Bar charts - Presenting data

Bar charts - Presenting data

Bar charts - Presenting dataYear 4 Statistics:interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs.This year 4 maths worksheet is a handy resource for children to use to learn how to read and present data in their own bar chart.

Age: 8 - 9
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Division word problems

Division word problems

Division word problemsThis handy division worksheet is perfect for getting your KS2 students practising their division skills to solve simple word problems. Solving division word problems requires critical thinking and problem-solving skills. There are 7 word problems for children to read through. The resource also comes complete with answers for quick marking. 

Age: 8 - 9
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Multiplication word problems

Multiplication word problems

Multiplication word problemsBy solving multiplication problems, students develop a concrete understanding of how multiplication represents repeated addition or grouping. This handy maths resource has 7 multiplication problems for students to solve. 

Age: 8 - 9
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Subtraction word problems worksheet

Subtraction word problems worksheet

Subtraction word problemsBy engaging with subtraction word problems, students will learn to think critically, make informed decisions, and solve problems effectively. This maths worksheet for KS2 students includes 7 problems to solve.

Age: 8 - 9
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Addition word problems worksheet

Addition word problems worksheet

How will this worksheet help my child?Addition word problems help students develop problem-solving abilities, critical thinking, and mathematical reasoning. These skills are vital for their academic success and will help them solve problems encountered in everyday life.

Age: 8 - 9
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Addition and subtraction two-step problems (2)

Addition and subtraction two-step problems (2)

Addition and subtraction two-step problemsTo solve these word problems, students will need to perform two steps involving addition and subtraction. Carefully read the problem, identify the relevant information, and perform the operations in the correct order. There are 5 questions for children to answer. There is also space for students to show their workings. 

Age: 8 - 9
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Addition and subtraction two-step problems

Addition and subtraction two-step problems

Addition and subtraction two-step problemsTo solve these word problems, students will need to perform two steps involving addition and subtraction. Carefully read the problem, identify the relevant information, and perform the operations in the correct order. There are 5 questions for children to answer. There is also space for students to show their workings. 

Age: 8 - 9
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Apostrophes - Plural possession

Apostrophes - Plural possession

Apostrophes - Plural possessionStudents add the apostrophe in the correct place to mark plural possession. An example is shown to help students complete the activity. 

Age: 8 - 9
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Adding inverted commas to a sentence

Adding inverted commas to a sentence

Adding inverted commas to a sentenceWith this handy worksheet, students will practise adding inverted commas and other punctuation to sentences. Remember, when using inverted commas for direct speech, the punctuation goes inside the closing inverted comma. 

Age: 8 - 9
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