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Probability bundle

Probability bundle

4 creative lessons progression on Probability. Outstanding lessons with lesson plans and resources.
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Multiples of 6 and 7

Multiples of 6 and 7

Extending multiplication tables to 25 x 6 and 21 x 7 produces enough values to form the picture “42”. Students should recognize this as being the lowest common multiple of 6 and 7. A page of 6 number grids 1-150 is included which may be helpful to less able students.
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Odd One Out Worksheet - Prime numbers, multiples, squares, factors

Odd One Out Worksheet - Prime numbers, multiples, squares, factors

A worksheet with 15 questions and 16 answers where pupils need to eliminate the correct answers to find the odd one out (work out the left over answer). Topics are: factors, HCF, primes, multiples, square numbers, even/ odd numbers. A good resource for consolidation of these topics. Final answer on this worksheet is 21. (Note: see also "Odd one out" worksheets on square numbers, cube numbers and roots, and BIDMAS).
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MATHS SCREENERS for DIFFERENTIATION - Years 2 to 5 - Australian - Free sample

MATHS SCREENERS for DIFFERENTIATION - Years 2 to 5 - Australian - Free sample

This product is a free sample of the complete package which contains Maths screeners for Number, Place Value, Patterns and Algebra as well as Decimals as set out in the Australian Curriculum. ACARA references are provided for those who need them. There are 4 screeners (2 pages each) for each year level from Year 2 to Year 5. All the answers are included. I have also added Class Overviews which you can use after you have administered a screener to the whole class. Collating the results can be done by a teaching assistant or willing volunteer and you will have a good preliminary idea of the range of skills and the degree of differentiation required. The screeners are basic and give diagnostic information to identify and manage intervention groups. They provide a range of data to begin group work targeting skill deficits. You will identify further scaffolding requirements as you go, but these screeners are the first step. My IMP programs are ideal to provide the intervention necessary and the games I use consolidate these skills. I've been doing it this way for years now, and I know it works. I have a bundle containing the four programs for a school-wide intervention strategy. I also have bundles at year levels with the games that target skill deficits specific to that year level if you want to go that way.
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MATHS SCREENERS for DIFFERENTIATION - Years 2 to 5 - Place Value/Number/Decimals/Patterns/Algebra

MATHS SCREENERS for DIFFERENTIATION - Years 2 to 5 - Place Value/Number/Decimals/Patterns/Algebra

These screeners are based on the Australian Curriculum and have ACARA references. They have been developed to complement my IMP programs and provide the skill targets for an Intervention Program. There are 4 screeners (2 pages each) for each year level from Year 2 to Year 5. All the answers are included. I have also added Class Overviews which you can use after you have administered a screener to the whole class. Collating the results can be done by a teaching assistant or willing volunteer and you will have a good preliminary idea of the range of skills and the degree of differentiation required. I have a free sample in my shop for you to get an idea of the organisation and content. The screeners are basic and give diagnostic information to identify and manage intervention groups. They provide a range of data to begin group work targeting skill deficits. You will identify further scaffolding requirements as you go, but these screeners are the first step. My IMP programs are ideal to provide the intervention necessary and the games I use consolidate these skills. I've been doing it this way for years now, and I know it works. I have a bundle containing the four programs for a school-wide intervention strategy. I also have bundles at year levels with the games that target skill deficits specific to that year level if you want to go that way.
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Guess My Number

Guess My Number

A variety of activities and puzzles to use with the free guess my number interactive resource which can be found at https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=GuessMyNumber
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INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM BUNDLE - 4 Programs - years 2 to 5 - Australian Curriculum

INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM BUNDLE - 4 Programs - years 2 to 5 - Australian Curriculum

These four programs will address intervention needs across a wide range of classes. All answers are included and they are designed to be able to hand to a teaching assistant to work with individuals and small groups. The screeners included can be administered to a whole class to identify skill deficits for targeted intervention to occur. This is an ideal bundle for a school's intervention program for Number and Place Value, Patterns and Algebra and Decimals to Year 5 level.
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INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM BUNDLE - IMP Year 5 - Number and Place Value, Decimals, Patterns and Algebra + Games

INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM BUNDLE - IMP Year 5 - Number and Place Value, Decimals, Patterns and Algebra + Games

This bundle includes THE PROGRAM - IMP Year 5 - 80+ pages - Posters and Worksheets (individual, small group or whole class) - Games - 60 Task Cards - Answer Book - 80+ pages GAMES - Get Out Board Game (Factors and Multiples) - Fraction Families Card Game (Matching - equivalence) - Fractions Donkey Card Games(6 games - equivalence fractions, decimals, percentage) - Number Number Board Game (Factors, Multiples, Prime, Composite, Square, Triangular numbers) There is a free sample of IMP5 in my shop. There are 30+ pages with CONTENTS and samples of worksheets, posters and task cards. The program is aligned to ACARA and follows the Australian Curriculum with references for those who need them. Games are included for consolidation of basic skills and there are worksheets and posters for whole class use as well.
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INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM - IMP Year 5 - FREE SAMPLE for PREVIEW purposes

INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM - IMP Year 5 - FREE SAMPLE for PREVIEW purposes

This is a 31 page sample of my Intervention Program for Year 5 Maths in Number and Place Value, Decimals, Patterns and Algebra. It is aligned to the Australian Maths Curriculum and all ACARA references are provided. The complete product contains the following: INTERVENTION PROGRAM (88 pages) - Concept Development pages - Consolidation activities - Fun stuff (2 games) - 60 Task Cards (Answers in Answer Book) - Posters (Factors and Multiples, Division with Remainders, Divisibility) - Worksheets (individual, group or whole class) - all answers provided - Screener (Years 2 to 5 Number and Place Value, Decimals, Patterns and Algebra) ANSWER BOOK (86 pages) - Ideas to extend concept development - Consolidation ideas - References to games which target specific skill deficits This is the program I wished I had many years ago when my classroom had 26 students across all primary grades. Time was very precious. However, in any classroom there is the need to differentiate and this program will save teachers time. The screeners included can be administered to the whole class and will identify skill deficits so you can target your intervention accordingly.  The PREVIEW lists the CONTENTS and gives you an idea of the organisation and the kinds of resources included. The Answer Book includes answers to all questions and also provides extra ideas when concept development is the target. It lists games and links for consolidation. I would give this program to a teaching assistant once skill targets and individuals or groups have been identified. The teaching assistant would have the ANSWER BOOK to REMEDIATE in real time and consolidate in REAL TIME. Students will progress quickly because skill deficits are targeted directly and no time is wasted. Consolidate with games and include these in the regular classroom environment where your intervention group can teach the others. This is an ideal way to be inclusive and to generalise skills. The 60 Task Cards can be used in Intervention or they can be added to a Maths Centre, depending on the level of skill development across the class. I recommend games because I use them all the time in my intervention sessions and I know they work. The repetition of playing a game leads to mastery. The trick is to match the game to the skill deficit so your students progress. All the links are given in the program to help you do just that.
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