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Turing Tumbler

Turing Tumbler

These brand new devices allow the teaching of what happens inside a computer and shows all the basic commands, addition, multiplication etc. There is also a puzzle book that encourages students to solve the problems using pure logic. These devices will be supplied by myself via the USA site and should cost approx £60, this will however engage pupils in the mechanics of problem solving and coding. Please contact me if you need further information. Dave
clarkey12
Mix Maths Strand Bundle

Mix Maths Strand Bundle

A great bundle containing 20 lessons including lesson plans, differentation, assessment, plenary, tasks and engaging lesson covering Handling data, Numbers, Geometry and Shapes and Algebra. This is a great diverse range of lessons with progression where all the lessons are planned in detail suited to deliver KS2, KS3 and KS4 syllabus.
Edustem1
How To Draw A Pie Chart

How To Draw A Pie Chart

Pie charts can sometime appear to be complicated to draw but by following these instructions your students will be able to eliminate their fears and find it quite easy.
WillsonEducation
Cooperative Learning Team Roles Cards, Staff Presentation, Guide And 8 Lesson Ideas

Cooperative Learning Team Roles Cards, Staff Presentation, Guide And 8 Lesson Ideas

Cooperative learning is an educational approach which aims to organize classroom activities into academic and social learning experiences. There is much more to cooperative learning than merely arranging students into groups, and it has been described as "structuring positive interdependence." Helps pupils retain information more strongly Develops higher level thinking skills. Promotes student-faculty interaction and familiarity. Increases student retention. Builds self esteem in students. Enhances student satisfaction with the learning experience. Promotes a positive attitude toward the subject matter. Develops oral communication skills.
lordturner
Pounds, Pence and Notes

Pounds, Pence and Notes

This PowerPoint focuses on recognizing the value of money. Starter - Revise previous knowledge using whiteboards. Teacher Input - Matching the value of a coin with its image. Activity - Show flash cards of coin or note and pupils to say value. Questioning - What is the difference between pounds and pence? - Think, pair, share. Activity - I.C.T game found in PowerPoint notes (Whole class). Reinstate input - YouTube clip. Teacher Input - Talk about the common mistake when adding pounds and pence. Activity - How much money has Percy got in his bank? Greater Depth - Converting units into pounds and pence. Plenary - Use flash cards at pace. *This was my first ever maths lesson so apologies for any errors.
hollyannafreeman
Christmas algebra puzzles -multiplication and division Year 2 problems - Greater Depth

Christmas algebra puzzles -multiplication and division Year 2 problems - Greater Depth

This is a Smart board containing 2 pages of missing number problems for Year 2 multiplication and division facts. The missing numbers are replaced by Christmas emoji symbols and must be completed from the top down in order to get to the end of the problem. There is also a word document containing 3 abilities of challenges. Ideally for Year 1 / 2 as contains multiplication and division facts from the 2, 5 and 10 X tables. I cut them up and let the children access the HA as a challenge, etc. Enjoy!
Jordanleybourne
Math Points Incentive System

Math Points Incentive System

This 16 page package contains an engaging award incentive system called MATHPOINTS. These points are unique as students want to earn points toward their exam or quiz through participation. However, this unique system allows students to capture points like a card game. If students earn one of each of the four types, their points are doubled. The units these points cover are as follows: FRACTIONS GEOMETRY NUMBERS AND OPERATIONS OPERATIONS AND ALGEBRATIC THINKING MEASUREMENT AND DATA
Taylaj42