Cazoom Maths Worksheets is a website offering more than 1000 high-quality maths worksheets for Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. The worksheets are differentiated by using a ‘progression’ indicator of either Light, Medium or Quick. ‘Light’ means a slower rate of progression through the topic; ‘Medium’ refers to a standard expected rate of progression; ‘Quick’ is intended for learners who can make a lot of progress through the topic in a short space of time.
The website can be used by teachers, parents, private tutors, or even students. I found it easy to navigate and locating worksheets is made easy by the clear menu and search function.
There is a large collection of free maths teaching resources, such as blank pie charts, printable graph paper, isometric paper, multiplication grids and more. These teaching resources are available after signing up to their newsletter.
Although not immediately obvious, the coloured Number/Algebra/Geometry/Statistics text on the right-hand side of the homepage are links to each topic area, allowing for easy worksheet hunting.
Worksheets are separated into topic areas of Number, Algebra, Geometry and Statistics and are downloadable pdf files. There are also starter activities and GCSE revision worksheets for grades A*-G. Hee’s a gallery of some of the worksheets from their free sample pack:
I like the clean layout of Cazoom’s worksheets – the purpose of each task is very clear. Answers are also available for all worksheets. Colour is used appropriately and does not distract the learner (I have seen some worksheets – not from Cazoom – that contain more colours than a Dulux colour palette).
Although no longer officially used, the Cazoom worksheets still include National Curriculum Level indicators, which can be useful for knowing which topics are suitable for various age groups.