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#### Volume and capacity vocabulary KS 1 to KS 2, working walls, maths displays

Hi all, Here is my vocabulary for volume and capacity from Reception to KS 2. It is completely editable so feel free to select which ones you want/don't want. I also cut them out and laminate them first - this gives them a longer lifespan! If you like these resources then please leave a review and press 'follow' - that way you'll get notifications of my resources as soon as I post them. Cheers, Emlo

#### Telling the time lesson resource (Year 2/3)

A very useful resource consisting of 2 lesson plans and a PowerPoint to recap on telling the time to the hour and half past as well as introducing telling the time to the nearest minute in year 2/3.A follow up lesson plan allows to consolidate learning by engaging the pupils in making their own clocks using paper plates. Lesson plans clearly outline activities for starters,main lesson and differentiated independent activities with the focus on cooperative groups.The resource can provide a good starting point for trainee teachers looking for ideas to introduce time to the nearest minutes and can be used to teach the abstract topic in a very creative way.

#### Basic skills maths starters Level 5 of 6: Fibonacci

This is the fifth of 6 levels in a pack which could be used for numeracy across the curriculum or in y7 maths lessons. Students complete regular short starters in key topics. These starters are written in Excel and will produce a new set of questions including answers every time it is opened. At the end of each half term students complete a test and win a badge if they pass. The aim is to win all six badges-one per half term. Included in this pack is all the starters, tests with answers and the badge designs. Each badge is named after a famous mathematician.

#### Year 4 - Measurement - Week 1 - Length and Perimeter

This is pack covers Year 4: Measurement: Length and Perimeter. It covers the small steps Kilometres, Perimeter on a Grid, Perimeter of a Rectangle and Perimeter of Rectilinear Shapes. The resources aim to help children gain a deeper understanding of the concepts covered during the week. Measures are converted from kilometres to metres and metres to kilometres. Children are also required to think about perimeter in multiple ways. The resources include pictorial and abstract representations as well as reasoning and problem solving activities and more open ended problems to support and extend your whole class. I hope you find them useful.

#### Bumper Year 2 Christmas Activity Bundle

Keep your year 2s busy throughout December with this collection of comprehensions, maths activities, SPaG activities, and interactive advent calendars, all with a Christmas theme. Worth over £50 if bought individually! Included in the bundle are: Christmas Maths Problems Christmas SPaG packs x 2 Comprehensions x 10 Interactive Advent calendars x 2 - maths, jokes Interactive Christmas Quiz General KS1 Activity Booklet All resources also available individually or as part of a smaller bundle.

#### Year 4 - Block 3 - Measurement - Length and Perimeter

I have created 20 worksheets linked to the Small Steps Guidance for White Rose Maths Block 3: measurement: length and perimeter All the worksheets fit with the small steps. I have produced them all in Sassoon Primary styled font. You will be able to download both the word document and the PDF and they are both included with one purchase.

#### New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 1 : Geometry Question - Grades 7-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving Question : Geometry - Grades 7-9 1. Student worksheet : requires students to research different Skills and use the learning to answer the problem solving question using the skills learnt. The teacher role is just of a prompter.. 2.Teacher Guidance Worksheet The lesson starter independently conducted by students. It can be adapted and used for one-one activity, paired or group work....By the end of the lessons students should have learn't the following skills and use them for problem solving questions... : 1. Area of Sector 2. Area of Triangle 3. Finding an angle using Cosine Rule and using all/some of the skills to answer the 4. Area of the Segment How to allow students to combine the skills they learn't to do a multi-stage question... (Please kindly give constructive feedback...I have used it with my students and has worked very well but I would like to know if it helps other teachers...) Attached are; 1 . Student Discovery Sheet PDF 2. Teacher Guidance Sheet PDF 3. Two Answers Sheets -PDF

#### Tour de France Formulas Lesson

I made this for my year 6 Maths class although it could be used higher up. It gets the class using formula repetitively before applying their learning to word problems. All the work is differentiated and the sheets just need to be printed from the slides. ALL WORKSHEETS COME WITH ANSWERS!

#### The Witches' Spell - Teaching Pack of lessons and presentation

Here are the full set of lesson plans, presentations and printable resources that you'll need for sessions with EYFS, Key Stage 1 or 2 children and their teachers. These lessons introduce the famous 'Double, double, toil and trouble...' verses from the play, Macbeth, said by the witches as they create a spell and is a great way to bring children to the Bard for the first time. Children get to act out the spell and build their own verses, using key vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme. There are also lessons on capacity, counting, sorting, music, and art. Differentiation is built into the sessions, and the lessons can be seen as a starting point for your own ideas. There is scope for further development into a longer term project, with potion making and hallowe'en activities etc. A follow-up to the drama and music work could be a musical scene based on the spell, which could become a longer more demanding drama and movement performance for an assembly or end of term production, depending on the ability of your pupils. Every lesson has clear aims and success criteria, a comprehensive list of resources, helpful key words and specially designed worksheets and/or presentations, which are all created to be adaptable for your settings and your classes. My aim to make something that is useful and usable for teachers, that is fun for everybody, while creating memorable educational experiences. I have used the extract here with 3 to 11 year olds many times, and it is always a guaranteed winner, becoming a firm favourite warm-up game for drama activities. To hear a FREE recording of the poem, please go to my website: http://emblabee.org/the-31-days-of-scary-day-1/

#### Units Investigation

This is an investigation to get pupils thinking about different units. The Power Point begins with an introduction, then a few questions to get pupils thinking about different units, and finishes by describing the investigation they should do, finding out more about one type of measurement and presenting their results.

#### Estimation worksheets

This is a series of simple questions to give pupils practice in estimating a variety of different units in real life circumstances. The questions are straightforward but should produce a good basis of discussion. There is estimation in a variety of units and also some measuring. Full solutions included.

#### Units of Measurement

A fun introduction to units, converting between e.g. metres and centimetres. A starter activity, two pages of worksheet activities, and a challenge to find the amount of air in the room.