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Vehículos de emergencia (Emergency vehicles in Spanish) counting worksheets

Vehículos de emergencia (Emergency vehicles in Spanish) counting worksheets

Set of 5 worksheets with emergency vehicles and workers as the theme. 1 - circle the number of objects that the directions give; 2 - cut and pastes the pictures by the correct number; 3 - draw a line from the pictures to the correct number; 4 - the page has 6 different emergency vehicles/workers pictures mixed together which students are to count; 5 - boxes of objects that students are to count. Uses the numbers 1 - 10.
jer520
Véhicules d'urgence (Emergency vehicles in French) counting worksheets

Véhicules d'urgence (Emergency vehicles in French) counting worksheets

Set of 5 worksheets with emergency vehicles and workers as the theme. 1 - circle the number of objects that the directions give; 2 - cut and pastes the pictures by the correct number; 3 - draw a line from the pictures to the correct number; 4 - the page has 6 different emergency vehicles / workers pictures mixed together which students are to count; 5 - boxes of objects that students are to count. Uses the numbers 1 - 10.
jer520
Morning Maths Challenges - 2nd set

Morning Maths Challenges - 2nd set

This resource contains 8 weeks worth of morning maths challenges, aimed at a Y5 level. Each notebook contains five days worth of questions (45 questions per day sorted into tricky, trickier and trickiest columns), with answers for peer/self marking. I hope that you find this resource useful!
Emmaclark2711
Y5 Maths planning and resources - Partitioning, Recombining and Ordering

Y5 Maths planning and resources - Partitioning, Recombining and Ordering

I created this resource for my Y5 children to support and extend their knowledge of partitioning, recombining and ordering. Please note that there are only three days as we spend one day on developing arithmetic skills and in this particular week, I had an INSET day. The resource contains the planning, slides, activities and answers. Each lesson has been differentiated four ways - Bronze, Silver, Gold and Challenge. The lessons are structured in a same-day intervention format, in which the children complete a diagnostic task before completing their main activity (set based upon performance in the diagnostic task).
Emmaclark2711
Year 3 Maths Warm Up - QR Code Scavenger Hunt 3

Year 3 Maths Warm Up - QR Code Scavenger Hunt 3

A fun way to start any maths lesson and a great way to include technology. This activity is designed to be used with I Pads (Or a similar device with a QR code reader). Steps: - Print off and cut out each code. - Place QR codes around the classroom. - Children work individually (or in groups depending on available devices) and move around the room solving each problem in order. - There is also a secret code at the end , so that you know they have completed the hunt. Answer sheet included. Enjoy! Your feedback is always welcome x
busyprimaryteacher247
Lesson- Positive and Negative Exponents

Lesson- Positive and Negative Exponents

This resource is for six graders who are now learning about positive and negative exponents or a student who needs a quick review in the topic. My resource includes Mathematics vocabulary which is very useful when a student needs to become familiar with terminology in a new topic.Furthermore a class worksheet and home-work sheet are included.
Sugarsab
Year 3 Maths Warm Up - QR Code Scavenger Hunt 2

Year 3 Maths Warm Up - QR Code Scavenger Hunt 2

A fun way to start any maths lesson and a great way to include technology. This activity is designed to be used with I Pads (Or a similar device with a QR code reader). Steps: - Print off and cut out each code. - Place QR codes around the classroom. - Children work individually (or in groups depending on available devices) and move around the room solving each problem in order. - There is also a secret code at the end , so that you know they have completed the hunt. Answer sheet included. Enjoy! Your feedback is always welcome x
busyprimaryteacher247
Year 3 Maths Warm Up - QR Code Scavenger Hunt 1

Year 3 Maths Warm Up - QR Code Scavenger Hunt 1

A fun way to start any maths lesson and a great way to include technology. This activity is designed to be used with I Pads (Or a similar device with a QR code reader). Steps: - Print off and cut out each code. - Place QR codes around the classroom. - Children work individually (or in groups depending on available devices) and move around the room solving each problem in order. - There is also a secret code at the end , so that you know they have completed the hunt. Answer sheet included. Enjoy! Your feedback is always welcome x
busyprimaryteacher247