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Bundle 1000 Questions Counting Patterns Maths 1000 Questions Counting Tables

Bundle 1000 Questions Counting Patterns Maths 1000 Questions Counting Tables

Bundle 1000 Questions Counting Patterns Maths 1000 Questions Counting Tables The Counting Patterns exercise set provides short counting sequences for students to fill in the missing numbers. The exercises reinforce number positioning and relationships. The Counting Table is a great exercise set for students who are just learning the order of numbers and counting.
auntieannie
World Book Day Data Handling

World Book Day Data Handling

Microsoft Excel required A new set of numbers every time the file is opened - unlimited number of worksheets Sales data on ten novels sold during World Book Week A great resource to calculate totals, averages and median Use the data to make up your own questions
pjmcc2
Shading Fractions of Shapes PDF

Shading Fractions of Shapes PDF

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/shading-fractions-of-shapes-6414935 Same as the above link but this one as a PDF. Prints as an A5 worksheet. Students shade in the fraction given of the shape and work out the equivalent fractions. Good for KS2 up to Foundation GCSE. I have also included my youtube video.
bench9
Maths crossword: Word Multiplication

Maths crossword: Word Multiplication

Crosswords and maths very rarely go together however, this resource is perfect for mixing up maths lessons and also helps students with their literacy. It has always surprised me how poor some students are at spelling numbers! This resource includes a crossword with and without pictures along with the solution. All questions will challenge students knowledge of the 12 times tables. You may want to use this as a starter, plenary or even a timed task. Feel free to use with or without calculators also. Enjoy!
ansellwill
Four in a Row - Addition Game

Four in a Row - Addition Game

A KS1 or Lower KS2 acitvity which can be adapted to suit the needs of the children, this game could also be adapted into a subtarction game. The children must answer their questions correctly, if they do they can put their question in a square, then it is the other persons turn. The first to get four in a row wins.
alicepoole1