This worksheet is about squaring numbers.

__Example__

The **square of 4** is 4 x 4 = 1**6**

We also say **4**** squared** or **4 ^{2} **.

Look at this diagram and notice that there are 16 squares in a 4 by 4 grid.

In this worksheet, students practise squaring simple numbers and become familiar with the terminology of squaring numbers.

**Key stage:** KS 2

**Curriculum topic:**
Number: Multiplication and Division

**Curriculum subtopic:**
Recognise Square/Cube Numbers

**Difficulty level:**

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