Blank 200 Rectangular Grid  Resource (Free Download)

Suitable for Year groups: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

Blank 200 Rectangular Grid  resource description

This is a blank 10 by 20 rectangular grid. this can be used for number investigations, or shading proportions.

Blank 200 Rectangular Grid

What is the resource?

This PDF offers a simple grid with 200 identical squares.  Perfect for learners across primary levels and into early secondary for certain concepts.


Why are rectangular grids important?

They model maths ideas visually and link abstract concepts to practical uses:

  • Building area sense: Kids see that each square is one unit - understanding 'counts for the area'.
  • Times tables tool: Rows & columns make multiplication facts (arrays) visible, aiding recall.
  • Data organisation: Tables, graphs and even screen pixels rely on this same square layout.
  • Early coordinates: Graphing practice on a 'number line grid' teaches directional terms & location.


Why is this resource helpful?

The 'blank' design lets teachers get creative - the grid acts as a base tool:

  • Open-ended practice: Great for skip-counting, number hunts, colouring prime numbers...
  • Visual patterning: Kids make geometric designs investigate symmetry, and even explore fractions.
  • Supports differentiation: Tasks adjust in difficulty to fit varied learners within a single class.
  • Printable PDF: Provides instant grids for lesson plans, homework, or personalised exercises.

This grid makes maths exploration physical. Students discover patterns, rules, and solutions more creatively - this builds lasting number intuition.


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