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World Cup Top Trumps

World Cup Top Trumps

Contains a set of 32 custom Top Trump cards based around the 32 teams participating in the 2018 World Cup. Each card has different colours based on the country and has stats based on: Fifa ranking, Population, Area Ranking, World Cups Won and World Cup Appearances. Perfect as part of a World Cup topic or as a fun activity at the end of a lesson or when children have a spare time. Best used when laminated.
HollywoodR95
Shape Match - 2D Shapes, Shape Mat Shape Cards and Labels Practical Fun Activity

Shape Match - 2D Shapes, Shape Mat Shape Cards and Labels Practical Fun Activity

This is a fun matching hands-on activity working with 2D shapes. Aimed at: Early Years/Year 1, SEN and children learning English. <strong>Content:</strong> Ten sets of Shape Match Mats – Set 1 to Set 12 Ten sets of Shape Cards – Set 1 to Set 12 Labels for shapes Shapes used: square, circle, triangle, rectangle, oval, pentagon, diamond/rhombus, heart, star, crescent and trapezium shape. The mats are whole page landscape and should be printed onto card and laminated. Each mat displays various shapes in different positions, size and colour. For each mat there are sets of shapes which should be printed onto card or good quality paper and then cut out ready for the children to start the matching activity. The cut out shapes are placed on top of the correct shapes shown on the Shape Mat. The shape, colour and size should match. The higher the set number, the more shapes are used. More than one shape card can be placed on top of a shape. This is an opportunity for children to count the number of matching shapes, describe colours and shapes. Included are shape labels - you may want to use these to revise shapes with the children. I keep the numbered sets together so that they do not get mixed up, i.e. Set 1 Shape Cards stored away with Shape Match Mat 1; Set 2 Shape Cards kept with Shape Match Mat 2 etc. Please have a look at the preview pane. Thank you for visiting my shope and hope your students enjoy this matching activity. Total download: 42
Ro_Milli0110
White Rose Maths Year 1 - Describing Position

White Rose Maths Year 1 - Describing Position

Differentiated worksheets for White Rose Maths Planning, Year 1, Summer 1, Block 3 (Position and Direction) - Describing Position. Two different worksheets for abilities plus problem solving and reasoning activities. Resources use the language of Left, Right, Up and Down. Worksheets all produced in Publisher. I have added them in PDF format as well.
missmartin92
White Rose Maths Year 1 - Describing Turns

White Rose Maths Year 1 - Describing Turns

Differentiated worksheets for White Rose Maths Planning, Year 1, Summer 1, Block 3 (Position and Direction) - Describing Turns. Worksheets for SEN/LA, MA, HA, Problem Solving and Reasoning. Worksheets all produced in Publisher. I have added them in PDF format as well.
missmartin92
World Cup 2018 - Maths Challenges

World Cup 2018 - Maths Challenges

Contains 3 separate Maths activities based around the 2018 World Cup. The first focuses on using a variety of maths skills to work out different questions based on the seating capacity in the Russian World Cup stadiums. The second looks at ticket pricing and gives children word problems to complete. The final challenge is a World Cup Sudoku challenge.
HollywoodR95
Pythagoras-Differentiated-Grades 3,4,5,6

Pythagoras-Differentiated-Grades 3,4,5,6

The presentation includes: Lesson objectives Two slides with animations about Pythagoras Theorem Slides with MWBs Activities Climb the ladder - I usually give students about 6 min to climb up the ladder as much as they can. It defines what level they will start from afterwards Differentiated worksheets with answers - first level is Grade 3/4, second level is Grade 4/5 and third level is Grade 5/6. There is a word document with the worksheets but I usually print from the presentation and I only change the printer properties to two pages per one and every two slides will be printed off on one A4 sheet. Enjoy the whole lesson presentation!
TST_BestMaths
Solving Trig Equations - 4 lessons

Solving Trig Equations - 4 lessons

Series of 4 lessons on solving trigonometric equations for Y12, A Level Pure Year 1 (old spec AS). Student work used to accompany this was from student textbook, but all teaching is included in PPT. Included: Series of 4 powerpoints for 4 successive lessons on trigonometric equations.
missjhross
Angles in Parallel Lines Lesson

Angles in Parallel Lines Lesson

Lesson on Angles in Parallel Lines Starter: Multiple choice starter for students to respond on whiteboard Main 1: Relay task to be completed in groups Main 2: Bronze/Silver/Gold worksheets (these contained screen grabs from other material but I cannot remember where so are not included for copyright reasons. These can easily be replaced with similar worksheets). Plenary: Quick-fire review questioning. Included: Full lesson plan, PPT with teaching materials and timers, relay activity sheets.
missjhross
Changing the Subject Exit Tickets

Changing the Subject Exit Tickets

Differentiated RAG Exit tickets on changing the subject of a formula. Students were able to pick their own level of difficulty, and were required to complete a ticket at the end of the lesson as their ‘ticket’ to leave. Included: PDF and published doc for editing if needed.
missjhross
Changing the Subject Ladder Worksheet

Changing the Subject Ladder Worksheet

Ladder style worksheet on Changing the Subject - differentiated by outcome. Students begin at the bottom of the worksheet, and work their way towards the top. Would work well as both a main activity or an extension where students can choose their own starting point. Included: PDF and doc of worksheet to allow for any editing needed.
missjhross
Using Planetary Info to teach Standard Index Form

Using Planetary Info to teach Standard Index Form

This is nothing more than a table showing information about the Planets. You can use the info to: Take numbers out of Standard Form Put numbers into Standard Form Compare sizes in Standard Form Add / Subtract / Divide In Standard Form No questions are given just the data for use in your classroom.
happymathematician
Proof Ladder Worksheet

Proof Ladder Worksheet

Ladder style worksheet for algebraic proof. Differentiated by outcome - students to start at bottom of ladder and work their way up. Could be used as main activity or as extension worksheet. Included: worksheet in both PDF and doc format to allow editing.
missjhross
LEGO Probability Lesson - AND/OR

LEGO Probability Lesson - AND/OR

Probability lesson based on LEGO Superheroes. Students were extremely engaged by the activity, and the lesson was really enjoyable. Included: Lesson Plan, PPT, Worksheets and LEGO characters to print. I printed and laminated the lego figures, but time could be saved by getting students to label or using another organisational method. Enjoy!
missjhross
Probability - Random Q Generator

Probability - Random Q Generator

Random Question Generator as a starter/plenary on the topic of simple probability. Questions involving rolling dice, picking from a pack of cards, choosing letters from the alphabet and balls from a bag. Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
missjhross
Area of Shapes - Random Q Generator

Area of Shapes - Random Q Generator

Random Question Generator as a starter/plenary on the topic of area of shapes (rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, trapeziums). Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
missjhross
Represent Multiplication as Repeated Addition

Represent Multiplication as Repeated Addition

A complete lesson for lower KS2 to introduce the concept of multiplication and represent it as repeated addition using examples based on everyday objects. The resources comprise both a step-by-step powerpoint and 2-way differentiated worksheets (in the ‘make your own’ worksheet format). The latter are word documents are therefore editable should the format/style/sizes not suit you. In terms of strategy, the worked examples are calculated using ‘grouping’, which pupils can then apply themselves either with concrete manipulatives or jottings on a whiteboard. The worksheets allow for the calculations to be represented in the ‘bar method’ format as well if you require this.
tejlander
Tell the Time from an Analogue Clock (Nearest minute)

Tell the Time from an Analogue Clock (Nearest minute)

A complete lesson for lower KS2 on telling the time to the nearest minute. The resources comprise a step-by-step powerpoint presentation, a laminatable sheet of blank clocks for pupils to use to represent the times given in the guided activities and three differentiated worksheets for the main activity. There is also a discussion-based plenary. Please note: pupils should already be able to read time to the nearest 5 minutes (lesson available at this link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/tell-the-time-from-an-analogue-clock-nearest-5-mins-11909819?theme=0) before you teach this lesson and should know how many minutes are in one hour. It’s also recommended that you have teaching clocks with moveable hands for both the pupils and a larger one for you and/or your TA.
tejlander
Tell the Time from an Analogue Clock (Nearest 5 mins)

Tell the Time from an Analogue Clock (Nearest 5 mins)

A complete lesson for lower KS2 on telling the time to the nearest 5 mins. The resources comprise a step-by-step powerpoint presentation, a laminatable sheet of blank clocks for pupils to use to represent the times given in the guided activities and three differentiated worksheets for the main activity. There is also a discussion-based plenary. Please note: pupils should already be able to read time to the nearest 15 minutes before you teach this lesson and should know how many minutes are in one hour. It’s also recommended that you have teaching clocks with moveable hands for both the pupils and a larger one for you and/or your TA.
tejlander
Algebraic Proof - Random Q Generator

Algebraic Proof - Random Q Generator

Random Question Generator as a starter/plenary on the topic of Algebraic Proof. Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
missjhross
Mathematical Modeling - Random Q Generator

Mathematical Modeling - Random Q Generator

Random Question Generator as a starter to a lesson on mathematical modeling. Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
missjhross
Printable Money- Great British Pounds

Printable Money- Great British Pounds

Need a set of printable money to use in your Maths lessons? Teaching your class about Great British Pounds? Look no further than these colourful notes and coins.These printable money sheets work well for teaching students about the value of money as well as learning how to pay for items using notes and coins! Included: *Four pages of coloured printable notes (£50, £20, £10, and £5 in similar colours to GBP). *Eight pages of coloured printable coins (£2, £1, 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p, 2p, 1p in similar colours to GBP) Uses: Can be used for children in lessons to visually try and “buy” items and receive change. *Can be used for children to stick into their books when adding and subtracting money calculations. *Brings a ‘real-life’ feel to learning about money and helps children ultimately in real life contexts. *Good to teaching EAL/visual learners also. Please remember to leave a review and tell me how you used this product in your classroom.
Morrisr9
WORLD CUP Maths Murder Mystery

WORLD CUP Maths Murder Mystery

World Cup Maths Murder Mystery - great for revision, end of year, football lovers. Suitable and differentiated for KS2. Topics included - addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, measurement (time, perimeter), fractions, square numbers, etc. Celebrate the coming World Cup with this fun and engaging activity. Answers included on the last page. Please feel free to browse my other murder mysteries: Addition and Subtraction Telling time General Revision General Revision Fractions General Revision Christmas Halloween
hoppytimes
Harry Potter Potions Proportions

Harry Potter Potions Proportions

**Fonts will adjust once downloaded and do all fit on slides/worksheets ** Harry Potter themed lesson, based around potions and proportional reasoning. Starter: Sorting Hat function machine, testing student multiplication skills and allowing them to begin thinking Mathematically. Main 1: Group activity, based around potion recipes, where students are required to use problem solving skills and proportional reasoning to solve the final 4 questions. Main 2: Differentiated worksheet - scaffolded worksheet includes some slightly less complicated questions, as well as further structure. Non-scaffolded worksheet with more difficult proportion questions. Extension: Extension problem solving cards for HA students who finish quickly. Plenary: Discussion based plenary on potion recipe change. This lesson was used with a high ability Y8 class, but can be adapted for other year groups. Students really enjoyed the lesson and theme - hopefully yours will too!
missjhross
How Many Animals? - Count and Graph!

How Many Animals? - Count and Graph!

**Early Stage 1 - Mathematics - Data ** **Outcomes Addressed: ** MAe-17SP: represents data and interprets data displays made from objects. MAe-1WM: describes mathematical situations using everyday language, actions, materials and informal recordings. MAe-3WM: uses concrete materials and/or pictorial representations to support conclusions. I created this worksheet and used it during my Kindergarten placement. Students were able to work through it independently and was their first attempt of collecting and representing data on their own. **Tips: ** Students might like to cover the animals with counters to assist them in counting. Allocate a colour for each animal; students use that colour to circle/group the ‘like-objects’ (animals) so that they can count them clearly.
kath_dancer22
What Was The Question? - Probability Special

What Was The Question? - Probability Special

Four sets of four probability problems where parts of the question are missing but you have the answer. This is designed to get students thinking more deeply about topics and some questions allow for various answers which leads to differentiation as students can be asked to give the possible range of answers. This should lead to discussion in class.
alutwyche
Expanding brackets differentiated dominos

Expanding brackets differentiated dominos

Expanding brackets differentiated dominoes This activity is a fun and novel way for students to practise expanding brackets. They can start on any domino they like, answer the question, find the answer on a different domino then repeat the process. If they have answered all questions correctly they should end up back at the domino they started with. Why dominos is a great activity: • Students can check their own answers • They will complete 20 questions in a way that is completely different from standard worksheets • Students find it fun to search for and find the answers • They can be laminated to be used again This pages contained in this product are: Contents Instructions Expanding a single bracket with positive numbers on the outside only e.g. 2(3b -2) Expanding a single bracket with positive numbers only ANSWERS Expanding a single bracket with positive and negative numbers e.g. -3(3b -2) Expanding a single bracket with positive and negative numbers ANSWERS Expanding a single bracket with letters on the outside e.g. z(2x +5) and 3v(3g-2) Expanding a single bracket with letters on the outside ANSWERS Expanding a single bracket with letters and powers e.g. 2x2(3x +2) Expanding a single bracket with letters and powers ANSWERS Working out sheet 1 Working out sheet 2 Suggestions for use: • Give to pairs for a collaborative activity • Give one each to a group of students and they need to find their answer and make a line • Give to individual students to complete on their desk • Once students have completed a set give them the answers as evidence of their accomplishment/get them to take a picture of the finished loop and stick it in
MissEHoney
KS2 Time Spans

KS2 Time Spans

Practice in reading analogue time and calculating digital time spans. The tasks can be completed by hand or on a tablet/computer. The diagrams can be tailored to meet the criteria of real-life problems
vbalk
Indices worksheet no 5 (with solutions)

Indices worksheet no 5 (with solutions)

A worksheet on finding the value of an unknown variable in expressions with indices. A practice on laws of indices, negative and fractional indices. Good for GCSE/IGCSE students. Detailed solutions are included.
math_w
Year 3 Maths: Week 12 - Summer Term Consolidation Pack - White Rose Maths' Resources

Year 3 Maths: Week 12 - Summer Term Consolidation Pack - White Rose Maths' Resources

This resource has been designed for week 12 of the summer term to consolidate the work undertaken in the White Rose Maths Scheme, small steps Year 3 programme delivered in the Summer Term: Weeks 1-11. It contains resources for the following units of work: **Measurement: Time ** Months and years Hours in a day Telling the time to 5 minutes Telling the time to the minute AM and PM 24 hour clock Finding the duration Comparing the duration Start and end times Measuring time in seconds </p> Geometry: Properties of Shape Turns and angles Right angles in shapes Compare angles Draw accurately Horizontaland vertical Parallel and perpendicular Recognise and describe2D shapes Recognise and describe 3D shapes Make 3D shapes </p> Measurement: Mass & Capacity Measure mass Compare mass Add and subtract mass Measure capacity Compare capacity Add and subtract capacity </p> The resource includes 25 worksheets/activities for week 12 of the summer term linked to the above areas with an emphasis on the mastery approach to learning advocated by the White Rose scheme. The resources encourage pupils to develop their fluency, reasoning and problem-solving skills. The pack could also be used for revision, assessment, extra practice, extension and for homework. More White Rose Maths Resources
Krazikas
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3 RESOURCES (all rated 5 stars) ‘6 TIMES’ READING & WRITING MANUAL KS1 FRACTIONS PRESENTATION IRON MAN PLANS + RESOURCES SAVE OVER 25% when purchasing this bundle.
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