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Mathematics Marking Set Bundle 1

Mathematics Marking Set Bundle 1

There are 15 sets of marking slips included in this bundle covering a range of mathematical topics. These slips can also be used as challenge cards or as extension activities.

By n_good77

Mathematic Bingo Games Bundle 1

Mathematic Bingo Games Bundle 1

This bundle includes three different sets of mathematical bingo games. Each set contains two different games so the bundle contains six different games of bingo. This bundle includes: Angles Bingo x 2 games BIDMAS Bingo x 2 games Negative and Positive Number Bingo x 2 games Bingo cards are also included.

By n_good77

Angles Mathematic Bingo

Angles Mathematic Bingo

There are two games included in this resource. The first game of bingo involves students writing down a particular angle from the options on the slide, the teacher then asks questions like "What is the number of a right angle?". All teacher questions are also included in the power point. The second game of bingo is where three angles in a triangle are displayed, and students have to work out what the missing angle is and see if it matches the answer they have written on their bingo card..

By n_good77

Angles

Angles

Complete Angles course. 16 exercises with examples and answers covering: types of angle measuring angles with a protractor angles on a line angles at a point angles in a triangle angles in isosceles triangles angles in parallel lines Access 1000's of free activities and support material at www.supermathsworld.com

By philipgrahammay

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Maths Posters

Maths Posters

Here is a selection of posters for your Maths classroom. Included in your purchase would be 11 posters (pdf files) on the following topics: Factors Multiples Negative Numbers Square Numbers Cube Numbers Fraction Wall Lines Triangles Angles Area and Perimeter Circles Note on Negative Numbers poster - This is one way to help students remember how to multiply and divide negative numbers. Pupils draw a face like in the poster (or simply a circle with the three signs in to represent the eyes and mouth). They cover up the two signs from the multiplication/division problem. The uncovered sign will be for the answer.

By RosellasRoom

Two worksheets on the interior/exterior angles of polygons

Two worksheets on the interior/exterior angles of polygons

The first worksheet studies the interior angles of polygons and is designed to help students realise the method for working out the sum of the interior angles of an n-sided polygon. There is also a short exercise of questions to practise using the rules they have found. The second worksheet studies the interior and exterior angles or regular polygons and is designed to help students realise the easiest way to find the interior/exterior angle of an n-sided polygon or to work out the number of sides of a regular n-sided polygon with a given interior or exterior angle. There is also a short exercise of questions to practise using the rules they have found. Answers to both exercises are included.

By langy74

Exploding Angles

Exploding Angles

This activity is designed to be either a quick starter/plenary or a part of a lesson activity. It aims to encourage students to explain their geometric reasoning regarding angles properties including circle theorems. This should lead to discussion as there are some questions where the answer can be achieved in more than one way.

By alutwyche

Activity to practise using bearings and scale

Activity to practise using bearings and scale

This is a desert-island themed activity where students must follow instructions involving bearings and using the scale of the map to find where Mr.Crusoe visits each day. All my classes have loved this activity (and have enjoyed colouring in the map afterwards!). Make sure the map is printed as A3 size or the scale will not be correct!

By langy74

Exploding Shapes

Exploding Shapes

This is designed as a starter, plenary or a discussion exercise. There are four "explosions" to work through and I have given you the choice of the students working out the shapes from the properties or finding the properties given the shape. This moves from triangles and quadrilaterals to polygons to 3D shapes. Some shapes have the same property so link to the same cloud. This has been designed to check understanding and to give some the opportunity to expand on properties. I have not included all properties of all shapes to naturally generate discussion and differentiation.

By alutwyche

Angles

Angles

Looks at angles in 2d shapes, interior and exterior angles, angles around a point and then angles in parallel lines.

By bennett2303

BUNDLE: 4th Grade Geometry Practice Packets for Use with Learn Zillion

BUNDLE: 4th Grade Geometry Practice Packets for Use with Learn Zillion

~ Buy as a bundle and save 50%! I am a big fan of Learn Zillion videos as a learning tool. If you are not familiar, they are free, short videos that teach students how to do specific Math skills that are all aligned with Common Core standards. They work great for students who missed a lesson, for when you have a substitute, for home schooled students, and especially for those looking to try a “flipped” classroom concept. See each individual product listed here: ★Practice Packet for Use with Learn Zillion Grade 4 Geometry CCSS 4.G.1 ★Practice Packet for Use with Learn Zillion Grade 4 Geometry CCSS 4.G.2 ★Practice Packet for Use with Learn Zillion Grade 4 Geometry CCSS 4.G.3 This Learn Zillion packet consists of 26 pages of worksheets that go along with 12 instructional videos for: Common Core: 4.G.1: (Points, lines, line segments, rays, & angles) These are broken down into the following skills: •Video 1: Draw points, lines, and line segments •Video 2: Classify and draw various types of angles •Video 3: Draw parallel and perpendicular lines •Video 4: Label and name points, lines, rays and angles using math notation •Video 5: Identify points, lines, rays and angles in a two-dimensional figure Common Core: 4.G.A.2: (classifying figures and lines) These are broken down into the following skills: •Video 1: Classify polygons by observing the presence or absence of parallel lines (video currently removed - activity still included) •Video 2: Classify polygons by observing the presence or absence of perpendicular lines •Video 3: Sort polygons into categories by their angles •Video 4: Classify triangles by angle type Common Core 4.G.A.3 (Symmetry) These are broken down into the following skills: • Video 1: Recognize a line of symmetry by folding a two-dimensional figure • Video 2: Identify line symmetry in irregular polygons • Video 3: Identify line symmetry in regular polygons • Video 4: Identify line symmetry in a geometric figure Typically, Learn Zillion videos will have a Guided Practice video that will allow students to practice and check the skill demonstrated in the “Core Lesson” video. This video set does not currently have a Guided Practice video so I created my own questions. Answer keys for these questions are included at the end of the packet.

By spransky