# Math fun – learn to count

4 series of worksheets that provide countless ways to practice and exercise counting and adding, many of them using visual aids.

## Four difficulty levels

There are 4 difficulty levels in all. Each level is slightly more challenging than the previous. The same exercises feature in each the first 3 levels (level 4 has a different set of more challenging exercises), but there are different tactics to make the exercises more challenging as you progress through the levels. This might include using higher numbers, more multiples or the removal of the multi-choice options, etc.

## Two variations – similar exercises versus compendium

For each of the 4 levels, there are 2 versions of the product to choose from. The first version has 12 similar exercises on each worksheet, with a total of around 24-26 different exercises/worksheets altogether to choose from.

In the compendium version, each worksheet has 12 exercises that differ from each other. The 12 exercises per worksheet are a random group of 12 taken from the 24-26 in the series altogether. There are two dozen versions of the randomised compendium worksheets, so no two students need share the same set of exercises.

## Four currencies

Each product has 4 currency versions to choose from, since some of the exercises involve the counting of coins. Choose the most appropriate currency version for your region:

• USA
• UK
• Australia ## Level-1

The following types of exercises are featured in this level 1 version. Each worksheet has 12 practice questions. The following types of questions are featured:

1. Count the colored blocks.
2. Add up all the sides from both shapes.
3. Count the number of times the lines cross.
4. Count the number of semi-circles you can see.
5. Count the triangles (including the overlapping ones).
6. Solve the sums and add up the resulting numbers.
7. Count the blocks in the specific colored columns.
8. Solve the Numeracy word problem.
9. Decide which object is heaviest.
10. Count the perfect squares (including the overlapping ones).
11. Solve the Numeracy word problem to determine how many ice-creams to share.
12. Write the next number in the sequence.
13. Solve the Numeracy word problem.
14. Count the dots.
15. Figure out how many perfect circles you can make with the semi-circles and quarter-circles.
16. Write the count number in the box provided.
17. Figure out how many cubes are present.
18. Figure out how much money is displayed.
19. Add up the dots on all the dice.
20. Solve the numeracy word problem.
21. Solve the sum using the n umber line.
22. Count the equal parts of the object.
23. Identify the odd-one-out.
24. Solve the geometric word problem.

Preview ## Level-1 compendium

In this compendium version, each of the two dozen worksheets has 12 randomised questions from the 26 types of questions from the level-1 worksheets (above). This means that no two students need be given the same set of questions.

Preview Type Choose an optionSimilar questions per worksheetCompendium of randomised questions per worksheet Currency Choose an optionUSAUKCanadaAustraliaClear

## Level-2

The following types of exercises are featured in this level 2 version. Each worksheet has 12 practice questions. The following types of questions are featured:

1. Count the colored blocks.
2. Add up all the sides from both shapes.
3. Count the number of times the lines cross.
4. Count the number of semi-circles you can see.
5. Count the triangles (including the overlapping ones).
6. Solve the sums and add up the resulting numbers.
7. Count the blocks in the specific colored columns.
8. Solve the Numeracy word problem.
9. Decide which object is heaviest.
10. Count the perfect squares (including the overlapping ones).
11. Solve the Numeracy word problem to determine how many ice-creams to share.
12. Write the next number in the sequence.
13. Solve the Numeracy word problem.
14. Count the dots.
15. Figure out how many perfect circles you can make with the semi-circles and quarter-circles.
16. Write the count number in the box provided.
17. Figure out how many cubes are present.
18. Figure out how much money is displayed.
19. Add up the dots on all the dice.
20. Solve the numeracy word problem.
21. Solve the sum using the n umber line.
22. Count the equal parts of the object.
23. Identify the odd-one-out.
24. Solve the geometric word problem.

Preview ## Level-2 compendium

In this compendium version, each of the two dozen worksheets has 12 randomised questions from the 26 types of questions from the level-2 worksheets (above). This means that no two students need be given the same set of questions.

Preview Type Choose an optionSimilar questions per worksheetCompendium of randomised questions per worksheet Currency Choose an optionUSAUKCanadaAustraliaClear

## Level-3

The following types of exercises are featured in this level 3 version. Each worksheet has 12 practice questions. The following types of questions are featured:

1. Count the colored blocks.
2. Add up all the sides from both shapes.
3. Count the number of times the lines cross.
4. Count the number of semi-circles you can see.
5. Count the triangles (including the overlapping ones).
6. Solve the sums and add up the resulting numbers.
7. Count the blocks in the specific colored columns.
8. Solve the Numeracy word problem.
9. Decide which object is heaviest.
10. Count the perfect squares (including the overlapping ones).
11. Solve the Numeracy word problem to determine how many ice-creams to share.
12. Write the next number in the sequence.
13. Solve the Numeracy word problem.
14. Count the dots.
15. Figure out how many perfect circles you can make with the semi-circles and quarter-circles.
16. Write the count number in the box provided.
17. Figure out how many cubes are present.
18. Figure out how much money is displayed.
19. Add up the dots on all the dice.
20. Solve the numeracy word problem.
21. Solve the sum using the n umber line.
22. Count the equal parts of the object.
23. Identify the odd-one-out.
24. Solve the geometric word problem.

Preview ## Level-3 compendium

In this compendium version, each of the two dozen worksheets has 12 randomised questions from the 26 types of questions from the level-3 worksheets (above). This means that no two students need be given the same set of questions.

Preview Type Choose an optionSimilar questions per worksheetCompendium of randomised questions per worksheet Currency Choose an optionUSAUKCanadaAustraliaClear

## Level-4

The following types of exercises are featured in this level 4 version. Each worksheet has 12 practice questions. The following types of questions are featured:

1. Find the mean average.
2. Count all the vertices or edges.
3. How many times can the small square fit into the larger shape?
4. How big is the angle?
5. Study the bar chart and answer the question.
6. Add up all the numbers.
7. Turn the yellow cog in the direction indicated. What happens to the green cog?
8. Which of the cut-outs will make the 3D shape indicated?
9. How many times with the cube fit into the 3D shape?
10. Add the missing number or operator so that the equation is correct.
11. What percentage of the shape is colored red?
12. Note the time on the clock and answer the question.
13. Study the distribution of the dots and answer the question.
14. Look at the weights and pivot point of the balance beam and determine what will happen.
15. Figure out how much change you will have after spending the indicated amount.
16. Solve the equation using BODMAS.
17. Determine the perimeter length of the rectangle.
18. Circle all the numbers that add up to the target amount.
19. Determine which yellow shape is rotationally symmetrical to the blue one.
20. Determine which green shape is mirror symmetrical to the red one.
21. Add up all the coloured angles.
22. Study the bar chart and answer the question.
23. Study the angles and answer the question.
24. Find the mode average.

Preview ## Level-4 compendium

In this compendium version, each of the two dozen worksheets has 12 randomised questions from the 26 types of questions from the level-4 worksheets (above). This means that no two students need be given the same set of questions.

Preview Type Choose an optionSimilar questions per worksheetCompendium of randomised questions per worksheet Currency Choose an optionUSAUKCanadaAustraliaClear