Crack the Code

Crack the Code

Lots of questions to keep KS2 children happy for either a counting lesson, a supplementary activity or during register time.
sheep_tea
Percentages

Percentages

A step-by-step guide to finding percentages of a given amount. Good for breaking down questions and explaining strategies for SATs.
kayer7
Problem Solving Cards

Problem Solving Cards

Thought I’d make these into a number fan-style reasources to go on each table. Please let me know if you think I’ve missed any steps! elgigglyone@hotmail.co.uk
gigglefairy
Number Grids

Number Grids

Suitable for any key stage. Make any size number grid from 2 by 2 up to 15 by 15 by simply inputting the size you want (doesn’t have to be a square grid). There are 3 sheets - one starting at the top left (eg for T Totals or Multiplication Tables), one starting at the bottom left (eg for Number Stairs or Snakes and Ladders) and one which allows you to select which multiples are to be shown. Then simply print off any that you have created. Number Grid 2 allows two multiples to be highlighted simultaneously. Can now be used up to 15 by 15 square.
mountainman
Modulo Arithmetic

Modulo Arithmetic

Students will look at the need to consider modulo arithmetic by looking at a Pirates Problem on sharing. Students will look at multiplication in modulo arithmetic and then move on to coding.
Yale
Times Tables

Times Tables

Multiplication practice and revision activities designed for secondary school students with special educational needsOther topics covered: Number
Dodros