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Writing in Standard Form Mastery Worksheet

Writing in Standard Form Mastery Worksheet

This is a mastery worksheet that encompasses fluency, reasoning, problem solving, keywords and misconceptions. The purpose of this sheet is to provide differentiation, challenge and time saving for teachers. All answers are provided.
SolutionsEducation
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
Year 6 weekly maths assessment Spring 2

Year 6 weekly maths assessment Spring 2

Year 6 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
Maths lesson starters

Maths lesson starters

110 power point slides to use as mental starter activities in maths lessons, either independently or in pairs . There are a number of different types of activity, all encouraging mental flexibility in the use of the 4 operations. The slides get more challenging to enable progression throughout the term. Aimed at a more able Year 5-6 group but could easily be adapted for different abilities.
dmcockerill
Simple Interest: Math Escape Room

Simple Interest: Math Escape Room

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with simple interest. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Message Decoder, and Maze ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
ScienceSpot
Percentage Increase and Decrease

Percentage Increase and Decrease

Calculating the new price after a percentage increase or decrease. Heavily structured and differentiated lesson with plenty of scaffolding and AFL. Use of mini whiteboards is good, learning cycle is a banner at the top, and there is an assessment slide at the end. One of the slides has questions from - so credit to the site for those questions.
ninjamills
Calculating percentages of amounts

Calculating percentages of amounts

Calculating percentages of amounts using mental/written methods. WALTs and WILFs on the slides, along with the learning cycle banner at the top. Clearly differentiated questions, use of AFL by use of mini whiteboards, GCSE question plenary and slide at the end for self-assessment. Suitable and adaptable from year 7 - 10 (KS3/KS4)
ninjamills
24 Year 5 Arithmetic Starters

24 Year 5 Arithmetic Starters

49 slides. Includes a question slide with 6 questions and an answer slide. Based on the National Curriculum - with SATs style arithmetic paper questions covering the year 5 content (also includes some year 4 revision). Includes: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals and powers. Good for reviewing taught content.
NatsResources
Decimal mazes

Decimal mazes

3 versions have been provided. One has instructions allowing the use of a calculator, the second says no calculator, the last version is blank so that you can add your own decimals to add or decrease the difficulty of the maze. To navigate this maze, students should be allowed to use the four operations, +, –, ÷ and x, one time each, as they move from number to number. The goal is to create the greatest possible result at the end of the maze. It is up to you whether you allow the use of calculators and if you do be sure to have students press the “=” key after each operation.
Rogue123