Easter Activities Maths fun pack

Easter Activities Maths fun pack

26 pages of fun activities giving practice in maths for Easter! Produce colourful maths-themed decorations for the classroom or to take home! Easter Egg sequencing. Differentiated. Complete sequences by drawing and colouring easter eggs Easter Egg colour by numbers Practice multiplication and Addition and create colourful patterns My Easter Basket Practice in using money to purchase flowers and mini-eggs. Create an Easter basket to take home. Rabbit Multiplication A card game giving practice in multiplying two or three numbers Little Lost Lambs A game based on “Battleships” to practice the use of coordinates Easter Egg symmetry Make attractive patterns while exploring reflective symmetry Easter Bonnet Listening Exercise Listen carefully to the instructions to produce a coloured poster. Easter Egg Algebra Match the eggs with the cups by performing simple algebra. Counting Eggs Problem solving sheets for KS2 Rabbit Run Find the quickest routes for the rabbits to get the food.
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Teaching Money Resource Pack for KS1 Maths

Teaching Money Resource Pack for KS1 Maths

This pack contains 25 worksheets and a copy of the sheets as a Powerpoint for use in class. 1p,2p,5p. Identification Addition of coins Choosing coins to make amounts less than 10p Choosing coins to make amounts between 10p and 15p. Addition of up to seven coins Introduce 10p. Introduce 20p. coins needed to make 20p from given coins. coins needed to make different amounts from 15p to 20p coins needed to make different amounts from 10p to 15p coins needed to make different amounts from 5p to 10p Identifying coins and notes Cost of two articles Cost of two or three articles, finding the change from 20p. Change from 5p Change from 6p Change from 10p Change from 15p Change from 20p
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Adding money questions Year 4

Adding money questions Year 4

Differentiated adding money values questions. Red group- 'Friendly numbers' only, so no regrouping / borrowing. Yellow and green group do involve regrouping/ borrowing. More complex questions also involve converting pence to pounds or pounds to pence in order to add together. Some green questions involve regrouping in units and tens column.
zjones1
Money and Change KS2 - To use £ and p in practical contexts. Solve problems involving money.

Money and Change KS2 - To use £ and p in practical contexts. Solve problems involving money.

Lots of activities/ worksheet/tasks to cover the following (2014) objectives... To add and subtract amounts of money to give change. Explore money, recognise and find total of different coins. To use £ and p in practical contexts. Solve problems involving money. Includes question prompts to encourage children to explain their learning.PLEASE NOTE: The resources come in the format of an Activeinspire Promethean Flipchart and a non-editable PDF document. Thank you for downloading. ***Please look for the large files (Flip -chart and PDF) which contain all the resources without the Paws & Clause watermark. ***
jreadshaw
Year 4 Numeracy Booster PowerPoint Lessons Using Springboard 4.

Year 4 Numeracy Booster PowerPoint Lessons Using Springboard 4.

Here are the main topics covered in the Year 4 Maths PowerPoint Pack Lesson 1a: PLACE VALUE AND ORDERING Lesson 1b: PLACE VALUE AND ORDERING Lesson 1: Learning Objectives: Read and write whole numbers to at least 1000 Know what each digit represents and partition three-digit numbers into a multiple of 100, a multiple of ten and ones Order whole numbers to at least 1000, and position them on a number line Lesson 2a: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION FACTS Lesson 2b: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION FACTS Learning Objectives for lesson 2: Know by heart all addition and subtraction facts for each number to 20 Derive quickly all pairs of multiples of 5 with a total of 100 Lesson 3a: MENTAL CALCULATION STRATEGIES Lesson 3b: MENTAL CALCULATION STRATEGIES Partition into tens and ones, then recombine Lesson 4a: PLACE VALUE Lesson 4b: PLACE VALUE Count on or back in twos and recognise odd/even numbers Count in steps of 3 or 4 Count on or back in tens or hundreds Say the number that is 1, 10, 100 more or less than any given two or three-digit number Lesson 5a: UNDERSTANDING MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION Lesson 5b: UNDERSTANDING MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION Understand division as grouping or sharing. Read and begin to write the related vocabulary Recognise that division is the inverse of multiplication and that halving is the inverse of doubling Know by heart the facts of the 2-, 5- and 10- times tables Lesson 6a: MAKING DECISIONS Lesson 6b: MAKING DECISIONS Choose and use appropriate operations (including multiplication and division) to solve word problems Explain methods and reasoning orally Lesson 7a: FRACTIONS Lesson 7b: FRACTIONS Recognise unit fractions and use them to find fractions of shapes and numbers Lesson 8a: TIME Lesson 8b: TIME Read the time to 5 minutes on a 12-hour digital clock, and use the notation 9:40 Read the time to 5 minutes on an analogue clock and a 12-hour digital clock, and use the notation 9:40 Lesson 9a: MENTAL CALCULATION STRATEGIES Lesson 9b: MENTAL CALCULATION STRATEGIES Add and subtract a ‘near multiple of 10’ to or from a two-digit number by adding or subtracting 10, 20, 30 and adjusting Lesson 10 a: MONEY Lesson 10 b: MONEY Understand and use £.p notation Find totals and work out which coins to use Give change Instant lessons. I have taken the Springboard 4 planning and made simple to use lessons, with everything a teacher needs to teach their lesson. With 20 lessons in the pack, this could be used for booster lessons.
peterfogarty
Challenge Cards - Maths

Challenge Cards - Maths

This resource has 6 sets of challenge cards on it. Each set has 15 challenge cards. 90 individual challenge cards altogether! The challenge cards are mathematics based. There are 3 to an A4 page. Each challenge card is numbered. Just print, cut to size, laminate and you will have a useful resource to use in a wide variety of ways. The challenge cards could be used as a write on wipe off activity or the children could copy them into their books. These challenge cards could be used as an early morning activity, for those that finish their work before others, or they could be used for 5 minute time fillers at any time of the day. These cards are suitable for children in Key Stage 1. They would also be suitable for consolidation of concepts in early Key Stage 2 and also for those further up in Key Stage 2 that may have specific needs. Images were generated using Microsoft Office clip-art and used with permission under the terms of the product licence.
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Year 2 Autumn Term Week 9 Addition, Subtraction and Money.

Year 2 Autumn Term Week 9 Addition, Subtraction and Money.

Here are 5 great PowerPoint lessons about addition, subtraction, rounding and money to use in the classroom. The lessons are complete with 3 parts. The first part is the 10 minute mental warm up session. The central part in the whole class, interactive learning session. The final part of the lesson provides differentiated challenges for the students. Autumn Term Lesson 1: Week 9 Title Addition and Subtraction Learning Objective:  complete adding and subtracting problems  add several numbers  understand that adding but not subtracting can be done in any order. Lesson 2: Week 9 Title Subtracting from Multiples of 10 Learning Objective:  understand the words used to describe adding and subtracting  subtract a one-digit number from a multiple of 10  record the answers in different ways.  Practise subtracting from multiples of 10.  Practise subtracting from bigger multiples of 10. Lesson 3: Week 9 Title Subtraction Learning Objective:  use words to describe subtraction  subtract a one-digit number from a multiple of 10. Lesson 4: Week 9 Title Describing Money Learning Objective:  use words to compare and order numbers  recognise coins  total money  understand different monies can be the same. Lesson 5: Week 9 Title Rounding and Money Problems Learning Objective:  round amounts to the nearest 10p  approximate and order numbers on a number line  recognise coins  be able to total money together.
peterfogarty
Year 2 Summer Term Week 4 Money and 'Real Life' Problems

Year 2 Summer Term Week 4 Money and 'Real Life' Problems

Five complete PowerPoint lessons about Money and 'Real Life' problems. The students start the lesson with a fun interactive mental warm up. This is followed by an interactive, whole class, teaching session. The lessons end with differentiated learning activities. Summer Term Lesson 1: Week 4 Title Money and 'Real-life' Problems, Making Decisions and Checking Results Learning Objective:  recognise all coins and understand how much they are worth  total coins  use decimal notation for money  solve problems correctly  explain how a problem was solved. Lesson 2: Week 4 Title Money and 'Real-life' Problems, Making Decisions and Checking Results Learning Objective:  solve money problems  recognise coins and be able to total  make decisions and check results.   Lesson 3: Week 4 Title Money and 'Real-life' Problems, Making Decisions and Checking Results Learning Objective:  solve money problems  choose the appropriate number operation  check results. Lesson 4: Week 4 Title Money and 'Real-life' Problems, Making Decisions and Checking Results Learning Objective:  recognise and know the value of all coins  choose and total coins  make decisions and check results. Lesson 5: Week 4 Title Money and 'Real-life' Problems, Making Decisions and Checking Results Learning Objective:  solve money problems  choose the correct number operation  recognise all coins.
peterfogarty
Year 2 Autumn Term Week 11 Fractions, Decimals and Money

Year 2 Autumn Term Week 11 Fractions, Decimals and Money

Five complete PowerPoint lessons about Fractions, Decimals and Money. The lessons start off with a mental warm up, then a complete interactive, whole class explanation of what the students need to learn in this lesson, followed by a differentiated student learning challenge. Autumn Term Lesson 1: Week 11 Title Multiplying Two Numbers Learning Objective:  understand that multiplication problems can be represented as an array  understand that multiplication can be carried out in any order  use the ‘x’ sign. Lesson 2: Week 11 Title Money and 'Real-Life' Problems Learning Objective:  recognise and name coins  begin to understand decimal notation for money  calculate totals and explain ways of working  predict highest and lowest possible totals. Lesson 3: Week 11 Title Decimal Notation and Change from a Pound Learning Objective:  recognise and name the coins  find the largest and smallest amount  begin to understand decimal notation  work out how much change to give. Lesson 4: Week 11 Title Money and 'Real-Life' Problems Learning Objective:  add up money and give correct change  decide if to add or subtract  say how we worked it out  check our results are correct. Lesson 5: Week 11 Title Fractions Learning Objective:  understand what a ‘half’ and ‘quarter’ are  recognise halves of different shapes  count the number of halves and quarters  know fractions are equal parts.
peterfogarty
Basic Skills - Standard Edition

Basic Skills - Standard Edition

**37 Weeks’ Worth of Maths Worksheets** **With Answers** **And Parent Guidance Sheets** Basic Skills is a weekly worksheet that revises all of the Mathematics covered in the curriculum. It tracks the curriculum, changing to accommodate new skills while still keeping past lessons fresh in children's minds. For example, the first week is simply addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, where as later in the term, it covers the four functions but also revises fractions of decimals, shape, time and rotation, addition of decimals and fractions, all in varying difficulty. Excellent for Common Entrance preparation, Y5 SATs revision and Gifted and Talented extension. (Please note that some questions are not to scale)
brettgoldspink