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YR,Y1,Y2 (SEN) Eight Christmas themed Maths worksheets.

YR,Y1,Y2 (SEN) Eight Christmas themed Maths worksheets.

YR,Y1,Y2 (SEN) Eight Christmas themed Maths worksheets. Each worksheet contains a mixture of Maths applications eg simple 4 rules of number to 10 and 20, understanding Maths vocabulary and symbols (subtract, more than), time (o’clock) weight (heavier/lighter than) and shape recognition. Worksheet 1: Circle recognition, one more, counting to 10, comparison of size, who has the most, number story to 10. Worksheet 2: Triangle recognition, one more than, counting to 10, size comparison, one less, addition story to 10. Worksheet 3: Weighing comparison, 2 more than, counting to 10, missing numbers, ordinal numbers, missing number addition stories. Worksheet 4: Half, matching equivalent amounts, counting to 10, take away 1, largest, middle, longest. Worksheet 5: Take away, greater than/less than symbols, height comparison, one more, counting to 20. Worksheet 6: more/less than and symbols, height comparison, subtract, half, o’clock, addition of three numbers. Worksheet 7: Counting to 20, missing numbers to 20, o’clock, pairs, missing number addition, length comparison. Worksheet 8: Hexagon recognition, more/less than, most/least, counting to 20, ordinal numbers, o’clock.
newromantic
Someone has stolen Christmas! - Maths 'whodunit' - 8 suspects, 1 crime...with answers

Someone has stolen Christmas! - Maths 'whodunit' - 8 suspects, 1 crime...with answers

Here is the second in the series of maths 'whodunit' mysteries. Someone has stolen Christmas and Santa wants it back! Could it be the fairy at the top of the tree? Could it be Rudolph or even Mrs Claus... Work out the clues to find out who the guilty party is... This resource contains 3 separate worksheets and all the instructions to give your class a fantastic lesson. The problems centre around; Roman Numerals, Finding Percentages and knowing the 8 points of the compass and following directions. All answers are worked out for you! If you have downloaded this resource please take the time to review it...all views welcomed. If you like this resource, check out my 'Who stole Rudolph's Nose' maths whodunit too.
rich4ruth
GCSE Maths Starters Pack

GCSE Maths Starters Pack

This pack includes resources which are ideal to use at the start of lesson to get pupils engaged and motivated. In the pack is a simple addition starter which is great for group-working, a set of 8 thought-provoking probability starters (covering the topics of tree diagrams, sample space diagrams, probability scales, relative frequency and listing outcomes) to get students thinking in a different way and a set of questions which cover the essential skills pupils need at GCSE Maths: working with fractions, decimals and percentages, area and perimeter of 2-D shape and multiplication.
samcurran1
Triangular Numbers Bundle

Triangular Numbers Bundle

A handy resource pack which includes 2 investigations on triangular numbers: 1 designed to introduce to pupils to the sequence (this resource links with properties of shape) and the other to help pupils understand the derivation of the formula for the nth term of the triangular numbers sequence (this resource links to finding the nth term of quadratic sequences, simplifying expressions and factorising). Also included is a revision sheet covering all the content of triangular numbers in the curriculum including the properties of the sequence, finding the nth term of it and worked examples of exam questions involving triangular numbers.
samcurran1
KS3 Triangular Numbers Investigation

KS3 Triangular Numbers Investigation

This investigation is an effective way of introducing triangular numbers for those in KS3 and gets students to explore the sequence of triangular numbers through shapes and their properties. Pupils could build the triangular numbers using mutli-link cubes or something similar and gives students a visual representation of them. Others topics touched by this resource are
samcurran1
Year 4 Maths Bundle

Year 4 Maths Bundle

This pack contains year 4 programme of study directly mapped to the British National Curriculum and is designed for learners from ages 8 to 9. Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file.
skoolmaths
Year 1 Number Resource Pack

Year 1 Number Resource Pack

This pack contains all year 1 programme of study directly mapped to the British national curriculum for learners from ages 5 to 6 on all aspect of number work, Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file.
skoolmaths
Year 2 addition

Year 2 addition

Adding in year 2. Bonds Estimating two 2 digit number totals Commutative properties Multiple addition Addition in context of shapes Adding multiples of 10 to any number Adding money amounts
rehanafazil
Times Table Challenge Cards

Times Table Challenge Cards

Ideal for children working in pairs, these cards can be used in a variety of ways! Each card should be printed front and back. Perfect for children struggling to retain the times tables.
mattryanwilson12
Real life maths involving money (differentiated).

Real life maths involving money (differentiated).

I have created a bank of 15 different items that can be purchased from different supermarkets. Underneath is a price which is differentiated three ways (red is lower ability, yellow is middle ability and green is higher ability). These can be easily edited to suit the needs of your children. They can be used for addition, subtraction, worded problems and open ended real world challenges.
kimberleyanddarren
Counting Arrays

Counting Arrays

A set of 5 worksheets and an accompanying presentation to allow students to count arrays in a variety of ways. The emphasis is not on how many dots there are, but instead on the ways in which students 'see' the numbers (example provided). The activity is intended as a whole class discussion prompt but can be used as independent tasks as well. Designed to improve multiplicative reasoning.
BetterResources
Ordered Pairs - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Ordered Pairs - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. This product includes: • 4 links to instructional videos or texts • 2 links to practice quizzes or activities • Definitions of key terms, such as x-axis and quadrant • Examples of how to reflect a point on the coordinate plane across the x-axis or y-axis • Exercises that allow students to practice identifying quadrants on the coordinate plane • An accompanying Teaching Notes file The Teaching Notes file includes: • A review of key terminology • Links to video tutorials for students struggling with certain parts of the standard, such as reversing the x-value and y-value when plotting points • Links to additional practice activities or quizzes
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