Times Tables in Eleven Weeks

Times Tables in Eleven Weeks

Given the commutative property of multiplication and the elimination of elements that are accessible without recourse to rote memory, there are just 49 number facts to memorise in a structured programme over the course of 11 weeks. The bundle contains 11 resource packs that each contain a daily PowerPoint presentation and worksheet and a weekly assessment sheet. Teachers’ notes are in the title pack. The worksheets and assessment can be completed either by hand or electronically on a PC/tablet.
frondistiria
Recognise Unit Fractions

Recognise Unit Fractions

A complete lesson for lower KS2 on recognising and describing unit fractions. The starter is based on using ‘playdough’ to give pupils a concrete reference for a ‘whole’ object and how dividing it into parts gives rise to fractions. If, however, you have access to other concrete manipulatives for teaching fractions you may prefer these as a way to keep mess to a minimum! The worksheets are differentiated two ways and both have an additional challenge for ‘fast finishers’. The plenary is discussion based and is an AfL opportunity to see how well your pupils understand that fractions must be equally-sized parts of a whole.
tejlander