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Mega Maths Mayhem- for EYFS/ KS1!

Mega Maths Mayhem- for EYFS/ KS1!

This bundle is packed with over a hundred resources to bring your Math Magicians to life and to give you more time to do what matters to you! Included in this pack are differentiated resources, designed to engage a range of learners. These cover the areas of addition, subtraction, self assessment, measuring, more or less, Money, doubling and halving, numbers and counting, number bonds to 10, direction and position and sequencing.

By kep1987

Plotting and Interpreting Speed Vs Time Graphs

Plotting and Interpreting Speed Vs Time Graphs

Students learn how to plot and interpret speed vs. time graphs. By considering the direction of the graph students understand how an acceleration and retardation correspond to a positive or negative gradient. As learning progresses displacement is measured by calculating the area under the line. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to recognise a positive gradient as increasing velocity and a negative gradient as decreasing velocity. Most students should be able to plot a velocity – time graph and calculate the area under the line to measure displacement. Some students should be able to sketch a distance – time graph from a velocity time graph. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Plotting and Interpreting Distance Vs Time Graphs

Plotting and Interpreting Distance Vs Time Graphs

Students learn how to plot and interpret distance vs. time graphs by examining the rate at which distance changes with time and how a change in time without distance represents a stopped vehicle. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to interpret a distance – time graph Most students should be able to interpret and plot a distance – time graph. Some students should be able to interpret, plot and measure speed from a distance – time graph Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Calculating Density as a Compound Measure of Volume and Mass

Calculating Density as a Compound Measure of Volume and Mass

Students learn how to calculate the density of 3D solids as a compound measure of volume and mass. As learning progresses students use algebraic techniques to calculate the mass or capacity when density is given. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to calculate density as a compound measure of mass and volume. Most students should be able to calculate either a volume or mass when given a density. Some students should be able to calculate a population density. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Calculating Pressure as a Compound Measure of Area and Force

Calculating Pressure as a Compound Measure of Area and Force

Students learn how to calculate the pressure of an object at rest as a compound measure of force and area. As learning progresses students use algebraic techniques to calculate the force or area when the pressure is known. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to calculate pressure as a compound measure of force and area. Most students should be able to calculate a pressure, force or area when given the other two measures. Some students should be able to convert between metric units of pressure. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

Calculating Speed as a Compound Measure of Distance and Time

Calculating Speed as a Compound Measure of Distance and Time

Students learn how to calculate speed as a compound measure of distance and time. As learning progresses students begin to manipulate the speed, distance and time formula to calculate any measure using the other two. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to calculate speed using the S=D/T triangle. Most students should be able to calculate speed as a compound measure of distance and time. Some students should be able to convert between units of speed using equivalent ratios. Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for: * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for KS3 and GCSE grades 1 - 9. * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support. Some students should be able to construct circular shapes using the appropriate terminology and investigate basic circle properties.

By Mr_Mathematics

conversion of measurements

conversion of measurements

Made this resource to help children understand how the conversion can be done easily, if they are not able to do mentally or are not confident enough to do the conversions.

By Mrsjuhi