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Lower Key Stage 2-  Numeracy Super Saver!

Lower Key Stage 2- Numeracy Super Saver!

20 files, each containing a huge array of detailed, differentiated Numeracy plans, Powerpoints, homework, key vocabulary, games, puzzles, display posters and much more, designed to engage a variety of different learners. This super saver pack covers: shape, space, measure, puzzles, problem solving, calculating, written methods, data handling, factors, fractions, time, times tables, Numeracy starters and revision! A way to fire up your lessons, while maintaining a work/ life balance for yourself!

By kep1987

Key Stage 2 Numeracy Starters- Game, Activity and Powerpoint Bumper Pack!

Key Stage 2 Numeracy Starters- Game, Activity and Powerpoint Bumper Pack!

This pack contains 50+ Powerpoints and documents, with a huge variety of starters, games, puzzles and activities to set your Numeracy lessons off to a flying start! Many are differentiated using a bronze, silver, gold and platinum level strategy. These cover an array of areas, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, word problems, written methods, shape, space, measure, fractions and many more. Some of the documents also include lists of many practical activity and game ideas to use as starters, revision or as free choice activities on your Maths resource table. Make Maths fun all year, with this life saver bundle!

By kep1987

*BUNDLE* The Maths Album by Mr A, Mr C and Mr D Present

*BUNDLE* The Maths Album by Mr A, Mr C and Mr D Present

This HUGE resource contains 15 songs for thew new maths currciulum. Written, produced and tested on kids around the country, Mr A, Mr C and Mr D have created a range of alternative, modern songs for Key Stage 2. LISTEN TO SAMPLES BEFORE YOU BUY (Copy and paste the link into your browser) https://soundcloud.com/mracdpresent/sets/the-maths-album-by-mr-a-mr-c-and-mr-d-present Join the three of them (and their alien friend Bertrum) on a mathematical journey like no other! These rock and roll, hip-hop, club anthems and Indie rock songs will keep your children engaged, learning and inspired in the classroom. This pack includes: 15 x Maths songs (mp3) 15 x Instrumental versions (mp3) 15 x Lyrics in one handy document (pdf) A2+B2=C2 (Introduction) 3D Shapes Add, Subtract, Divide Area and Perimeter Coordinates Double and Halving Fractions Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Measures Negative Numbers Number Bonds Prime Numbers Quadrilaterals Roman Numerals Times Table Shortcuts www.mracdpresent.com

By mracdpresent

Visual Decimal Place Value Grid

Visual Decimal Place Value Grid

Visual decimal grid to support students' understand of place value. Laminate for a wipeable option. I have also used it for rounding and multiplying and dividing by negative powers of 10. This resource is also suitable for students with SpLDs (ADHD, ASD and Dyscalculia).

By Charmartin19

Visual BaseTen Place Value Grid

Visual BaseTen Place Value Grid

A visual Base Ten place value grid to be used with place value counters or print onto A3 for use with Base ten blocks. Can also be used for rounding, multiplying and dividing by positive powers of 10. Was designed for students who have SpLDs (ASD, Dyscalculia and ADHD). PPT and PDF version attached.

By Charmartin19

Division - 6th grade, year 7, key stage 3

Division - 6th grade, year 7, key stage 3

An interactive math lesson for learners in year 7 on division. In this lesson, learners will be able to recap strategies for calculating numerical problems involving divisions. They are able to apply different division methods for whole numbers and decimals. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 46 interactive pages

By skoolmaths

Partitioning to multiply teen x unit

Partitioning to multiply teen x unit

Begins with starter, moves on to demonstrate how to partition in order to simplify multiplication of a teen number and a unit. Practice activity to be completed either in books or whiteboards. Set of questions for two abilities displayed on board. Copy of method attached as useful hand out for children who may benefit from a visual aid. Recommended for Year 3 or lower end Year 4.

By luke_watson

Interactive Place Value Displays & Challenge Table Activities Year 4 Number

Interactive Place Value Displays & Challenge Table Activities Year 4 Number

Support the learning of place value and number with this interactive display and challenge table activity pack. It is intended to be used throughout the year, particularly when place value is being taught. Included in this pack are: * important vocabulary for the topic, * posters/display for important facts, * 3 challenge table activities which can be spread over the year so that there is a different challenge each term you cover these particular topics, These are differentiated and answers have been provided. *activities for children to work on independently or in small groups which are perfect as an extension task or early finishers task. * full instructions of how these can be used. These resources cover: Count in multiples of 6, 7, 9, 25 and 1,000 Count backwards through 0 to include negative numbers Recognise the place value of each digit in a four-digit number (1,000s, 100s, 10s, and 1s) Order and compare numbers beyond 1,000 Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations Round any number to the nearest 10, 100 or 1,000 Solve number and practical problems that involve all of the above and with increasingly large positive number Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of 0 and place value ***It is my plan to make a pack like this for each of the topics for Year 4 maths e.g. measurement, properties of shape etc so please follow me to get updates of when these are available. ***

By Littlesherbetlemon

Back to School Maths / Literacy Activities BUNDLE (Year 1 / P2)

Back to School Maths / Literacy Activities BUNDLE (Year 1 / P2)

Activities for the first week back at school after the summer with a new Year 1 class (P2 and other equivalents). These resources will suit some Key Stage 1 (KS1) Year 1 classes / groups in the first few days and weeks back, while others might benefit from them at another time. ADDITION TO 20 GAMES 2 Self-Check Board Games for pupils to get lots of consolidation. Ideal for keeping groups meaningfully busy if you are teaching others. For differentiation, the two boards are at different levels, with one containing more challenging calculations such as those involving missing numbers. SELF-CHECK ADD AND SUBTRACT TO 20 TRAILS AND BINGO 36 Trails for pupils to complete with a whiteboard pen once laminated. They can also be used as unlaminated worksheets if required. Pupils keep a running total as they work their way around the calculations in a spiral, until they reach the answer in the centre and are able to see if they have gone wrong. There is also a bingo game for adding and subtracting to 20. JUMBLED SENTENCES A full class set of 30 different reusable sentence building boards. Emergent writers love lifting the words off to unscramble them to find the hidden simple sentence. With an engaging picture clue and title on each board, this word sequencing resource suits a range of learning styles. Pupils rearrange their words into the correct order on the board before writing the sentence out themselves on the lines provided, using a dry-wipe pen. They could then copy the sentence into their jotter if required. Regular practice of making sentences in this way should help pupils begin to form sentences independently. Each mixed-up sentence contains a word beginning with a capital letter to help children identify the first word and to reinforce this important punctuation rule, and a full stop to pick up and place at the end of their sentence. While constructing these sentences, children also learn about word order, parts of speech and about the fact that a sentence must make sense on its own. These resources are available in some other linked bundles, which you can explore buy clicking on these links: Jumbled Sentences Bundle Add and Subtract Activities Bundle Year 1 / Year 2 / Year 3 Addition and Subtraction to 20 Games Bundle For time-saving, engaging resources to help you plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Series of Lessons - Negative numbers Bundle

Series of Lessons - Negative numbers Bundle

This bundle includes three whole lessons across the range of negative number lessons. 1) Negative Numbers - Number Line, Ordering and Differences 2) Add and Subtract Negative Numbers - Pictorial approach to adding and subtracting negative numbers. 3) Multiplying and Dividing Negative Numbers - Pictorial approach to exploring the rules of multiplying and dividing negative numbers. Each resource includes; - Answers -starter activities -Fully modelled examples -Differentiated questions -Challenges -Quizzing activities to help with misconceptions -Examination style questions -Minimal Printing -Plus lots more teaching resources

By MissBsResources