9 fun maths based magic tricks

9 fun maths based magic tricks

My class loved this! a powerpoint containing 9 maths magic tricks. The children will be amazed! these can be used as wow starts to a lesson, plenaries and even whole lessons as this can lead into further investigation of how these tricks work.
erylands
Warm The Brain: Fun Logical Problem Solving Starters

Warm The Brain: Fun Logical Problem Solving Starters

Six splendid puzzles to display on your interactive whiteboard. These make great lesson starters and are an essential part of a teacher's toolkit. You probably already know the River Crossing puzzle. The puzzles are animated to make them very attention grabbing. No printing is needed; all the puzzles should be solvable without the need to write anything down. Very engaging and fun.
bennyjohn5
6 generic plenary mats using dice

6 generic plenary mats using dice

This is a 6 page power point with each slide being a mat that can be printed or shown in lessons to sum up the learning. You will need a dice per group/pair. 6 tasks on each slide. slide one - summary/knowledge tasks slide two -number tasks based on consolidating the learning Slide 3 - drawing tasks slide 4 - writing tasks slide 5 - creating a learning task for the lesson slide 6 - helping others task
mummyofh
Marking Policy STAR

Marking Policy STAR

Perfect marking policy and approved by Ofsted. This sheet is great to have around the classroom and shows students how their books are marked. It allows teachers to track progress and use specific intervention marking modelled by the "Outstanding" teacher category.
mcwjbanner
The new grading system for GCSE 2017

The new grading system for GCSE 2017

This is the new grading system for GCSE's starting in 2015 for assessments in 2017. This is made for students to easily be able to compare old GCSE grades to the new model. Simple to understand and printed with blue for dyslexia, a needed tool for the new and upcoming year.
mcwjbanner
*** Autonomous Addition***

*** Autonomous Addition***

PowerPoint for teaching addition vocabulary and strategies. Presentation includes the learning objectives and the strategies (Number line and partitioning). This can be used as a unit spread over the week or stand alone to reinforce strategies. Addition Cards are aimed for independent activity after children have been taught the strategies for adding numbers and have gained confidence. The cards promote kinaesthetic learning and also independence as each card contains examples. Both the Powerpoint as a teaching tool and the Activity Cards may be used across the primary school (KS1, KS2, SEN).
iffatsardharwalla
English Correction Code for Subjects

English Correction Code for Subjects

Marking work should be consistent and show students how they can improve. according to Ofsted (Outstanding Teacher). Using this code, teachers have the ability to do exactly that. This will show students how their work is marked and what it means. This can and should be used for any subject. The aim of marking is not to correct the students work for them, as this does not let the pupil improve. Using this framework, we can do exactly that.
mcwjbanner
Math Fast Food Project: Understanding Nutritional Values and Food Statistics for KS2

Math Fast Food Project: Understanding Nutritional Values and Food Statistics for KS2

Math fast food project: Welcome This week long lesson package is intended to do three things Get students using a range of mathematical strategies to understand the nutritional value of fast food. Make students aware of the nutritional value of fast food and also identify how much exercise is required to burn it off. Make students think twice about eating fast food once they understand the long term effects it can have on their bodies. The lesson plan is put together in a PowerPoint format that you can edit to add any other fast food franchises or change to suit the needs of your students although the content within the presentation should easily meet the needs of your students without any alteration required. The Content is broken into four one 60 - 90 minute lessons and would easily account for a weeks worth of maths once you get your students to present their results and reflect upon their learning.
Innovativeteachingideas
Sudoku

Sudoku

These resources introduce Sudoku to children through simple colour Sudoku puzzles. This activity can be developed as a challenge to create their own colour Sudoku grids. The children can use resources such as coloured cubes or pegs to try out different permutations while they get themselves started. This download also has resources to progress and build upon the Sudoku Colour resource. Instead of using colours to complete the grid, children use just 3 numbers to create a 3x3 Sudoku grid. The grids then become more complex up to a 9 3X3 grid which also has the solutions! There are blank grids for the children to create their own puzzles. Great fun. The resources in this teaching resource are generated by and copyright Best Primary Teaching Resources. Any images used were generated using graphics resources from Microsoft Office and are used with permission under the terms of the product licence. For more quality time saving teaching resources visit our shop at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/bestprimaryteachingresources
bestprimaryteachingresources
Motivational Quotes!

Motivational Quotes!

I have hand chosen some of my favorite motivational quotes and hopefully what I see as some great pictures to go with them! This has taken me ages to put together, but please enjoy! I have loaded using Publisher, and PDF - so you can use the format that suits you best. The PowerPoint slide is a sample that will show up here on TES. If you want to make any changes, use the Publisher file - you will need to 'ungroup' each image first. Please rate and leave a comment!
matryoshkadoll
Writing and  Vocabulary Centers for Primary Mathematicians

Writing and Vocabulary Centers for Primary Mathematicians

Writing in mathematics involves more than just putting word to paper. Words need to be carefully chosen to communicate ideas and concepts clearly. Writing involves all of the language of mathematics. Reading, vocabulary, notations and symbols, diagrams, charts, graphs, and metacognition all serve a role as students are engaged in writing in mathematics. Many and varied opportunities need to be provided for students to engage in original thought writing. And remember, just because a students can say something in words, it in no way shows that they can write those same thoughts. Those are two different skill sets. Writing also provides opportunities for the verbal learner to excel as well as the creative learner. This resource is good for children with dyslexia and language-based learning deficiencies. We'd like to hear about your experience with our resources. Just give it a star rating then tell us what you think, simple as that!
TLJConsulting