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Calculation families/ inverse operation help sheet

Calculation families/ inverse operation help sheet

KS1 year 2 Calculation families/ inverse operation help sheet, made to help pupils organize their workings out. Sheets to be used as a stepping stone, allowing them to move on to writing out by hand the layout once they understand the relationship between the numbers. SEN pupils responded well to using this frame which then allowed them to work independently.
r_stenhouse
Year 1 - Spring Block 1 - Weeks 1-4 - Addition and Subtraction (within 20).

Year 1 - Spring Block 1 - Weeks 1-4 - Addition and Subtraction (within 20).

Year 1 - Spring Block 1 - Weeks 1-4 - Addition and Subtraction (within 20). The worksheets are small step lessons that are differentiated into bronze, silver, gold and platinum tasks. The bundle includes: working wall LO’s, differentiated small steps tasks based on the White Rose Math Hub model, a pre-assessment task and a blank template to create other resources. All documents are Word documents so they can be edited and modified for your own class. NEW - now includes a SMART notebooks to present alongside the worksheets. Also a new portrait template included.
Paineltd
Key Stage 1 Maths Assessment Easter Egg Hunt BUNDLE

Key Stage 1 Maths Assessment Easter Egg Hunt BUNDLE

Fun and interactive Maths Quiz Easter Egg Hunt activities to assess Year 1 and Year 2 children's Mathematical knowledge - general and mastery. A great Maths assessment tool that allows a bit of Easter fun at the end of the Spring term. All questions are specifically linked to the KS1 Mathematics National Curriculum statements and the end of Key Stage 1 Mathematics Interim Teacher Assessment Framework (links shown). Teachers can use children's answers to help inform assessment judgements. The different levels of questioning can help assess if a child is working towards expected standard, at expected standard or at greater depth within the expected framework. Includes Year 1 Maths Assessment Easter Egg Hunt Year 1 Maths Mastery Assessment Easter Egg Hunt Year 1 Number Maths Assessment Easter Egg Hunt Year 1 Fractions, Measures, Shape and Geometry Maths Assessment Easter Egg Hunt Year 2 Maths Assessment Easter Egg Hunt Year 2 Maths Mastery Assessment Easter Egg Hunt Also available separately Check out more resources at Fairy does it! Teaching Resources
Fairydoesit
Year 3 weekly maths assessment Spring 2

Year 3 weekly maths assessment Spring 2

Year 3 weekly maths assessment Spring 2 This can be used for weekly tests, to track progress, for homework, interventions, early finishers, evidence for books and more! Mastery approach to xtables. This pack includes an introduction and the links to the National Curriculum. Enough for one a week for Spring 2. Other year groups are available! subscribe to all resources at
erylands
Bundle 1000 Questions Counting Patterns Maths 1000 Questions Counting Tables

Bundle 1000 Questions Counting Patterns Maths 1000 Questions Counting Tables

Bundle 1000 Questions Counting Patterns Maths 1000 Questions Counting Tables The Counting Patterns exercise set provides short counting sequences for students to fill in the missing numbers. The exercises reinforce number positioning and relationships. The Counting Table is a great exercise set for students who are just learning the order of numbers and counting.
auntieannie
World Book Day Data Handling

World Book Day Data Handling

Microsoft Excel required A new set of numbers every time the file is opened - unlimited number of worksheets Sales data on ten novels sold during World Book Week A great resource to calculate totals, averages and median Use the data to make up your own questions
pjmcc2
Four in a Row - Addition Game

Four in a Row - Addition Game

A KS1 or Lower KS2 acitvity which can be adapted to suit the needs of the children, this game could also be adapted into a subtarction game. The children must answer their questions correctly, if they do they can put their question in a square, then it is the other persons turn. The first to get four in a row wins.
alicepoole1