Mastery Weekly interactive Mathematics Powerpoints – Reception

Mastery Weekly interactive Mathematics Powerpoints – Reception

Raising standards in Mathematics when you have no class resources resulted in me creating these mastery weekly interactive presentations last year. It was initially a temporary measure that proved so successful with the children and the two other Reception teachers; I continued to produce them for the rest of the year. Worksheets, matching games etc. are included. I use each presentation at least 3 if not 4 times a week prior to Maths session. By the end of the week those who were struggling on Monday had a better understanding by the end of the week. The children are chosen to come to the whiteboard for most of the PowerPoint pages e.g. to pop the bubbles whilst counting down from 10, which they love (and listen better on the carpet). Many concepts e.g. the idea of zero or addition are much easier to understand visually e.g. eating all of the cakes (gone) or combining items (altogether), telling number stories. The PowerPoints rely on the teacher using a rich vocabulary when describing what’s happening on the screen e.g. altogether, sum etc. The PowerPoints start from scratch. Unfortunately, the difference between the highest achiever and lowest at Reception can be enormous and my philosophy is ‘no one left behind’. They change pace quickly and certain aspects such as the ‘doubling bunny’ rely on repetition and learning ‘the action’ (children physically perform it) so that they can say the answers before tackling the maths later on in the year. Each lesson begins with: Shape discussion (click the shape to make it dance), Counting upwards (from the number of the week), Counting from 10 to zero (clicking on the images so that they disappear one by one). Different concepts are then added each time. I have created these PowerPoints to satisfy: • Maths mastery, • Little Big Maths, • The Welsh foundation phase curriculum (it also satisfies the English eyfs curriculum), • Individual profiles (Reception), • It introduces the part part whole aspect of Singapore Maths and also the bar method, • It also utilises ideas from the White Rose Maths. Week one is free so that you can see how this works in your class. The rest are in half termly packs. Week 1 PowerPoint is arranged as follows: Page 1 : Cover page – shapes to discuss (triangle, square, rectangle and circle) Page 2 : Counting to 10 (1 to 10) Page 3 : Counting down from 10 to 0 (balloon pop) Page 4 : Reading numbers 0 to 5 Page 5 : Writing numbers in the air (1 to 5) Page 6 : Counting coins 1 to 5 Page 7 : Doubling bunny 1 + 1, 2 + 2 Page 8 : Adding basics (how to make 2) Page 9 : Comparing numbers to 4 objects
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Backpacks Clip Art for Teachers

Backpacks Clip Art for Teachers

This set contains a total of 16 backpack images. All images are original and created by Nicole Hernandez. All images are saved in PNG format (transparent background ONLY) to ensure high quality and sharp printing even when enlarged. TERMS OF USE: *This graphics set is NOT to be sold or uploaded “as is” to any teacher sharing websites NOR can you “share” them with others via e-mail, bulk mail sender or any other digital means. *Purchasing this set does not transfer the copyright to you. You cannot claim the design as your own. *This license is non-transferable. This means you cannot transfer or give the license to anyone else, nor can you change the item that it applies to. *You may use these graphics to create and distribute both free and paid print-ready documents as long as they are in a flattened and locked PDF. You can also use them in SMARTboard, Mimio, Google DriveTM, Microsoft OneDriveTM, Activboard, Boom Learning or Powerpoint files for resale as long as they are inserted and locked into the background and cannot be lifted. *Please adhere to these terms of use. In each instance, please give credit back to Nicole Hernandez (A Teacher’s Idea) within your product by either pasting our credit graphic on your credit page of linking to our Teachers Pay Teachers store. Thank you for respecting copyright laws and the artist that created them.
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Find, Cut and Stick - Scissor and Maths Skills Practice

Find, Cut and Stick - Scissor and Maths Skills Practice

Find, cut and stick scrapbooks use old magazines, junk mail and newspapers to help develop cutting, scissor and fine motor skills while also developing early maths and language skills such us, big/small, heavy/light, numbers, colours/colors and shapes. To use, print the pages and bind together in a book. Students can choose their own page to work from or it can be teacher/parent directed to help develop a tricky concept (ie unknown colour/color or shape). Children can work individually or with a buddy. Great independent or maths station work for junior children. Works within a developmental or play based program.
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Year 4 Planning Complete Year's Planning Numeracy Literacy KS2 & Aesop Cloze Worksheets Bundle

Year 4 Planning Complete Year's Planning Numeracy Literacy KS2 & Aesop Cloze Worksheets Bundle

Great mega bundle. A complete year’s planning. Plus great Aesop cloze worksheets. Incredible value. Please look at my shop for individual details. Below is one as an example: Planning for the Autumn term for year 4. You get 160 mb of material so good value imo. I taught mainly in Catholic schools so has a Catholic bent. But as we live in a multicultural society, this should be no problem. You get planning for: creative curriculum Literacy Numeracy P.E. (some) Science (some) R.E. (Advent etc) Loads of great lessons to ease your Sunday afternoons. Just cut and paste into your school template.
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Year 4 Planning Autumn Term Literacy Numeracy KS2

Year 4 Planning Autumn Term Literacy Numeracy KS2

Important! If you’d like to buy the whole year’s planning (Autumn, Spring and Summer) you’d be better off buying my bundle. Planning for the Autumn term for year 4. You get 160 mb of material so good value imo. I taught mainly in Catholic schools so has a Catholic bent. But as we live in a multicultural society, this should be no problem. You get planning for: creative curriculum Literacy Numeracy P.E. (some) Science (some) R.E. (Advent, Abraham, Judaism etc) Loads of great lessons to ease your Sunday afternoons. Just cut and paste into your school template.
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At the Circus Identifying Numbers 0-10 Matching and Games

At the Circus Identifying Numbers 0-10 Matching and Games

Included in this pdf are four circus-themed games and four recording sheets for students to practice identifying numbers 0-10. *Two matching games (digits + number words and digit + ten frame) *Two “Race to the Top” games by adding or subtracting one (0-5 or 1-10) *Four practice sheets to show what they know (number words 0-5 and 0-10) All games have a color and black/white version.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Bird Pairs Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Bird Pairs Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game asks pupils to find number bonds to add to a target number, giving useful practice in finding multiple combinations that add to the same total. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Number Bond Tower Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Number Bond Tower Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Interactive Tool This interactive tool helps to visualise how number bonds work. A tower of blocks can be split into two towers in different ways to find all possible sets of bonds. This teaching tool shows pupils a clear visual representation of number bonds, allowing them to experiment with different ways of splitting 10. This tool is ideal for a teacher-led session, providing a stimulus for number bond work.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Bird Seeds Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Bird Seeds Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game shows pupils a set of birds and asks them to calculate how many more birds are needed to reach the given total. This game helps to reinforce number bond skills up to 10. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Bird Trees Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Bird Trees Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Interactive Tool This interactive tool allows a teacher to send birds between two trees. It is a useful way of showing pupils that a total amount can be split into various number bonds, and that the total doesn’t change if the number is split in different ways. This tool is ideal for a teacher-led session, providing a stimulus for number bond work.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Rotate to 10 Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Rotate to 10 Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game asks pupils to rotate triangular tiles so that numbers next to each other bond to 10. The challenges increase in difficulty as the game progresses. This game requires careful attention to ensure that each pair of adjoining numbers adds up to 10. This game is to be played by pupils individually or in pairs as a tool for practising their number bond skills.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Interactive Storybook - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Interactive Storybook - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Interactive Storybook: Wolf Tries to Catch a Bird This storybook introduces the theme of number bonds to 10 in an engaging tale and puts this mathematical theme into context. This resource works well as a lesson starter in order to introduce the theme of number bonds.
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Number Bonds to 10 - 3-in-a-row Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - 3-in-a-row Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Dice Game This is a two-player game in which pupils take turns to roll the dice and find a number on the grid that bonds with their dice to make 10. They cover that number with one of the bird counters. The winner is the first player with three counters in a row. This dice game help pupils explore number bonds whilst also thinking strategically. This resource is perfect for pupils to play in small groups or pairs in the classroom.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Robin's Nest Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Robin's Nest Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Card Game This is a two-player game in which pupils draw number cards and move their counter along the track to the nearest corresponding number bond to make 10. The first player to land on the finish square is the winner! In this game, pupils apply their understanding of numbers bonds to 10, locating the numbers they need to move around the board. This resource is great for use as a plenary to assess pupils’ understanding of number bonds.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Storybook - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Storybook - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Number Bonds to 10 - Storybook: Wolf Tries to Catch a Bird This storybook introduces the theme of number bonds to 10. This engaging tale puts this mathematical theme into context. This resource works well as a lesson starter in order to introduce the theme of number bonds.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Jigsaw Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Jigsaw Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Card Game This is a one-player game in which pupils the mini-jigsaw number cards together so that each pair of cards makes a number bond to 10 (or another target number). This game allows pupils to independently explore number bonds, and challenges players to improve their speed and accuracy. This game is designed to play independently, This resource is great for use in the classroom or for practice at home.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Find 10 Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Find 10 Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Card Game This is a two-player game in which pupils aim to find pairs that total 10. Players take it in turns to turn over two cards and finding as many number bonds to 10 as they can. The winner is the player with the most cards in their pile. This card game allows pupils to practise using number bonds within a memory game. This resource is great for use in the classroom as a reinforcement activity.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Berry Cross-off Game- KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Berry Cross-off Game- KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Dice Game This is a two-player game in which pupils take turns to roll the dice and cross off the number on the grid which bonds with the dice throw to make ten. The first player to complete their sheet is the winner! This dice game introduces a competitive aspect to exploring number bonds, and encourages pupils to identify the number they need to roll. This resource is perfect as a classroom activity for pupils to play in pairs or small groups.
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Number Bonds to 10 - Blackberry Splat Card Game - KS1 Number

Number Bonds to 10 - Blackberry Splat Card Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Bonds to 10 - Card game This is a two-player game in which children use their knowledge of number bonds to identify a calculation that matches an answer. The winner is the first person to match off all the calculations on their board. This is a great game for pupils to play in pairs to practise their number bond skills.
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Subtraction to 10 - Interactive Storybook - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Interactive Storybook - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Interactive Storybook: Wolf and the Squirrels This storybook introduces the theme of subtracting numbers below 10. This engaging tale puts this mathematical theme into context. This resource works well as a lesson starter in order to introduce the theme of subtraction.
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Subtraction to 10 - Squirrel Hop Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Squirrel Hop Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game asks pupils to help the squirrel decide which log to hop onto by answering subtraction questions. This game gives pupils practice in subtracting small numbers. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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Subtraction to 10 - Squirrel Dash Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Squirrel Dash Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game asks pupils to help the weasels hide from the wolf by correctly answering subtraction questions. This game gives valuable practice in solving simple subtraction calculations. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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Subtraction to 10 - Chestnut Run Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Chestnut Run Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game puts subtraction into a context by using a number story to help learners understand taking away. Pupils are asked to calculate how many chestnuts will be left on the ground if the squirrels gather some up for the winter. The animation demonstrates each calculation. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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Subtraction to 10 - Start with 10 Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Start with 10 Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Card Game This is a two-player card game in which pupils draw a card from ace to 10 and subtract it from 10, they then cross out the answer from their game board. The first player to cross off all their numbers is the winner! This aim of this game is to increase speed and accuracy in simple subtraction, and encourage the use of number bonds.
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Subtraction to 10 - Jigsaw Activity - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Jigsaw Activity - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Card Game This is a one-player game in which pupils match mini-jigsaw pieces, fitting pairs together so that each calculation card is correctly matched to one of the answer cards. This game allows children to independently study calculations and their answers.
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Subtraction to 10 - Squirrels and Chestnuts Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Squirrels and Chestnuts Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Dice Game This is a two-player dice game in which pupils roll a single dice and move their counter along the board. When they land on a square with an unsolved subtraction question, they can solve it to gain a chestnut as a reward. When both players have passed ‘Home’, the player with the most chestnuts wins! This board game help pupils to practise their subtraction skills. You can also get pupils to check one another’s answers.
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Subtraction to 10 - Find the Calculation Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Find the Calculation Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Dice Game This is a two-player game in which pupils roll a dice and search for a calculation on the board which matches the number on the dice. The first player to cover all of the calculations on their board is the winner! This is an engaging game for pupils to play in pairs or small groups, and provides a great way of finding out how clearly pupils have understood the concept of subtraction.
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Subtraction to 10 - Storybook - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Storybook - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Storybook: Wolf and the Squirrels This storybook introduces the theme of subtracting numbers below 10. This engaging tale puts this mathematical theme into context. This resource works well as a lesson starter in order to introduce the theme of subtraction.
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Subtraction to 10 - Bingo Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Bingo Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Bingo Game This is a multiplayer bingo-style game for up to 6 players (or duplicate strips for whole class). Pupils are asked to work out a subtraction sum and cross it off their bingo sheet. The first player to complete their sheet is the winner! This is a fun game to play with the whole class to practise subtraction in an engaging way.
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Addition to 10 - Interactive Storybook - KS1 Number

Addition to 10 - Interactive Storybook - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Addition to 10 - Interactive Storybook: Wolf Digs Deep This storybook introduces the theme of adding numbers below 10. This engaging tale puts this mathematical theme into context. This resource works well as a lesson starter in order to introduce the theme of addition.
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Addition to 10 - Weasel Hide Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Addition to 10 - Weasel Hide Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Addition to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game asks pupils to help the weasels hide from the wolf by correctly answering addition questions. This game uses a number story to help pupils understand the concept of addition. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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Subtraction to 10 - Take Away Chestnuts Game - KS1 Number

Subtraction to 10 - Take Away Chestnuts Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Subtraction to 10 - Dice Game This is a two-player game in which pupils roll a dice and cross out that number of chestnuts from their board. The first player to have no chestnuts left is the winner. This game help pupils to practise their subtraction skills and visualise subtraction as ‘taking away’. This is a simple game for pupils to play in pairs or small groups.
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Addition to 10 - Weasel Trap Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

Addition to 10 - Weasel Trap Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Addition to 10 - Interactive Number Stories Tool This interactive tool is ideal for a teacher-led session, providing a number story stimulus for adding two groups of objects and counting on. This tool generates number stories to demonstrate addition, providing a fun and engaging way of practicing addition to 10. This resource is great for use with the whole class. It also provides a context for discussing addition strategies (such as counting on from the first number).
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Addition to 10 - Weasel Hops Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Addition to 10 - Weasel Hops Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Addition to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game asks pupils to help the weasel decide which log to hop onto by answering addition questions. This game helps pupils to practise adding small numbers. The logs act as a number line to show the calculation in a visual way, reinforcing counting hops rather than numbers. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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Addition to 10 - Dice Roll Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

Addition to 10 - Dice Roll Interactive Tool - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Addition to 10 - Interactive Dice Simulator Tool This interactive tool can be used to generate dice rolls, making it useful for games or calculations. Using dice with dots encourages recognition of small amounts without counting. You can use the dice to focus on addition to 10 by choosing the option of restricting throws of six, as this ensures all totals will be 10 or under. This is a great tool to use for the whole class or for smaller groups.
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Addition to 10 - 3-in-a-row Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Addition to 10 - 3-in-a-row Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Addition to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game is based on the game of noughts and crosses. Pupils must add together two numbers and find the total, then find the total on the grid. The winner is the first to have 3 counters in a row. This game is great for pupils to play individually as a way of practising their addition skills.
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Addition to 10 - Adding Two Groups Interactive Game - KS1 Number

Addition to 10 - Adding Two Groups Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Addition to 10 - Interactive Game This interactive game presents pupils with two sets of bunnies and asks them to select the total number of rabbits. This game helps pupils to practise counting and adding together two small groups of objects. It also provides an opportunity to talk about choices and to reflect on mistakes. This resource works well with the whole class on an interactive whiteboard, or as an independent task.
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