Kids' activities: Age 6–7
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.
Addition and subtraction
Use dice to make your own calculations.
Weigh items from your cupboard.
Practise money skills.
Multiplication and division
Complete the calculations using an array.
Match the numerals to the pictures.
Practise times tables with these number cards.
Make your own clock
Practise telling the time with your hand-made clock.
Telling the time
Can you answer these questions about telling the time?
Wall charts for all times tables from 1–12. Print out and stick up the times tables your child finds most difficult.
Find words that have similar meanings.
Make new words using suffixes.
Handwriting: Capital letters
Match the lowercase letters to the capital letters.
Comprehension: Biff, Chip and Kipper
Complete the sentences.
Match the words that have the same endings.
Link the verbs to their meanings.
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.
Find the homophones.
What am I?
Which letter is being described?
Make a time capsule
What three things would you put in your time capsule?
Colour in each word that you can read.
Finish the story
Fill in the gaps in this story, and write your own ending.
Make your own vile villain!
Go back in time!
Imagine what it would be like to go back in time.
Design a pet
Create your own pet.
Find words that sound like the noise or action they describe.
Describe the sounds you would hear in a particular place.
Teasing tongue-twisters (1)
How quickly can you say each of these tongue-twisters?
Teasing tongue-twisters (2)
Write your own tongue-twisters.
Letter by letter
Change one word into another by changing one letter at a time.
Riddles are word puzzles. Can you work out what is being described?
What am I? Work out what is being described.
Take apart a word letter by letter, finding a new word each time you subtract a letter.
Flashcards, activity kits and books to use at home
Read with Oxford
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Read Write Inc. Phonics
A step-by-step phonics programme to support reading.
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