Kids' activities > Age 6–7

# Kids' activities: Age 6–7

## Maths activities

### Number: Number statements

Complete the number statements.

### Shape: 3D shapes

Which shapes have a flat face or a curved edge?

What time is it?

### Multiply by 2

Practise multiplying by 2.

### Multiply by 5

Practise multiplying by 5.

### Multiply by 10

Practise multiplying by 10.

Use dice to make your own calculations.

### Multiplication and division

Complete the calculations using an array.

### Matching numbers

Match the numerals to the pictures.

### Times tables

Practise times tables with these number cards.

### Times tables 1–12

Wall charts for all times tables from 1–12. Print out and stick up the times tables your child finds most difficult.

## English activities

### Wordsearch: Synonyms

Find words that have similar meanings.

### Grammar: Suffixes

Make new words using suffixes.

### Handwriting: Capital letters

Match the lowercase letters to the capital letters.

### Word endings

Match the words that have the same endings.

### Word meanings

Link the verbs to their meanings.

### Wordsearch: Genres

Find the genre words in this wordsearch.

### Biff, Chip and Kipper crossword

Add the missing words to the crossword.

### What does Winnie mean?

Link what Winnie says with what she means.

### Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Put the sentences in the right order to tell the story.

### What am I?

Which letter is being described?

### Make a time capsule

What three things would you put in your time capsule?

### Word endings

Colour in each word that you can read.

### Finish the story

Fill in the gaps in this story, and write your own ending.

### Go back in time!

Imagine what it would be like to go back in time.

### Onomatopoeia (1)

Find words that sound like the noise or action they describe.

### Onomatopoeia (2)

Describe the sounds you would hear in a particular place.

### Teasing tongue-twisters (1)

How quickly can you say each of these tongue-twisters?

### Letter by letter

Change one word into another by changing one letter at a time.

### Riddle-me-ree (1)

Riddles are word puzzles. Can you work out what is being described?

### Riddle-me-ree (2)

What am I? Work out what is being described.

### Word shrinking

Take apart a word letter by letter, finding a new word each time you subtract a letter.