Key Stage Activities

An expanding assortment of distinct key stage 1 and 2 subjects. Meticulously designed for homeschooling families and primary school educators.

Collection: KS1 Maths Topics

Mathematics is an essential subject that forms the backbone of our daily lives. However, it can often be a daunting and challenging subject for young learners. That's why we at Hands-On Education have put together a collection of exciting and engaging KS1 Maths activities and lesson plans that will help children in Year 1 and Year 2 explore the National Curriculum of England Maths in a fun and interactive way.

One of the best ways for children to learn about measurements is through hands-on activities. Encourage your school kids or home educating families to explore the world around them by measuring everyday objects such as the length of a pencil or the width of a table. You can also take them outside and measure the height of a tree or the distance between two points. This will help them develop a deeper understanding of measurements and how they are used in the real world.

Another exciting way to learn about maths is to explore nature. Take your children on a nature walk and ask them to identify different shapes such as circles, squares, and triangles in the natural world. You can also teach them about patterns in nature and how they relate to maths. This activity will help your children develop a love for nature while also building their maths skills.

Finally, we know that fractions can be a difficult concept for young learners to grasp. That's why we've created a range of fun activities, worksheets and printables that will help your children learn about fractions in an engaging way. From pizza fractions to fraction match-up games, our resources are designed to make learning about fractions easy and fun.

At Hands-On Education, we understand that teaching maths to young learners can be challenging. That's why we've created a range of resources to help make the process fun and engaging. With our KS1 Maths activities and lesson plans, you can help your children develop a love for maths that will stay with them for life.