Reference Sheets

Welcome to our Math Mats page.

We have a range of different Number and Shape Mats suitable for a variety of grades to support kids with their Math learning.

Math Mats are a quick reference sheet with some of the key facts children should know.

Different mats may be more suitable for different grades or levels of ability.

Here are some of the key advantages of using a mat or reference guide:

- They provide the key facts that children need to know on one simple sheet.
- They are a great for using as a support sheet to help children work more independently.
- They can also be used to help children revise key facts or test each other.

We have a range of different mats suitable for children from kindergarten and upwards.

The mats have been designed to give children some of the key information they need such as:

- number lines up to 20;
- place value grids;
- 100 squares;
- multiplication squares;
- fraction-decimal equivalence;
- common measure conversions;
- mathematical symbols.

This mat can be used on its own, or it could be printed on the reverse side of one of the number mats.

Take a look at some more of our worksheets similar to these.

We have a wide selection of printable math resources for your child.

The resources on this page have all been specially designed for Kindergarten kids to use as visual aids or table top support pages.

There are a wide variety of printables including number lines, number squares and math mats.

We have a wide range of printable fraction resources, from fraction strips to fraction information cards and fraction flash cards.

Take a look below at some of our fraction printables pages.

On this webpage you will find our range of basic math fact charts.

There is a wide range of printable charts, including larger charts and mini charts, blank charts and partially filled charts.

Using these charts will help your child to:

- learn their numbers up to 100;
- understand how to count on and back in ones and tens.

Here you will find a selection of Multiplication Times Table Charts to 10x10 or 12x12 to support your child in learning their multiplication facts.

There is a wide selection of multiplication charts including both color and black and white, smaller charts, filled charts and blank charts.

Using these charts will help your child to:

- Learn their multiplication facts to 10x10 or 12x12;
- Practice their multiplication table.

All the free printable Math charts in this section are informed by the Elementary Math Benchmarks.

We have a wide selection of printable digit cards.

Our sets include:

- numbers to 10
- numbers to 15
- multiples of 10
- multiples of 25
- multiples of 100
- mathematical operators

These cards is a great way of producing a quick and easy interactive math display.

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The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.

We welcome any comments about our site or worksheets on the Facebook comments box at the bottom of every page.

Looking for some fun printable math games?

We have some great games for you to play in our Math Games e-books!

We have updated and improved our fraction calculators to show you how to solve your fraction problems step-by-step!

Take a look and try them out!

Have a look at some of our most popular pages to see different Math activities and ideas you could use with your child

- Reverse Percentage Calculator
- List of Geometric Shapes
- Equivalent Fractions
- 3d Geometric Shapes
- Perimeter Worksheets

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