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Key Stage 2 Maths Book Cover

Key Stage 2 Maths Book Cover

Turns Your Maths Book Into A Resource! Comes with both PDF and editable word doc. Download, Print A3 size then wrap around your books. Children find it very useful. There is also a space to stick children's names :)
DaleSaxby
Key Stage 1 Maths Book Cover

Key Stage 1 Maths Book Cover

Turns Your Maths Book Into A Resource! Comes with both PDF and editable word doc. Download, Print A3 size then wrap around your books. Children find it very useful. There is also a space to stick children's names :)
DaleSaxby
Counting in Multiples (6, 7, 9, 25)

Counting in Multiples (6, 7, 9, 25)

A resource for teaching how to count in multiples, complete with detailed explanations, plentiful exercises, quiz and answer key. Perfect for the busy teacher, homework or a cover lesson.
sabram86
Maths GCSE Unit 1 - Number theory

Maths GCSE Unit 1 - Number theory

A full scheme of foundation maths work relating to unit 1 of the new GCSE spec. This can also be used with higher ability year 9 students. All the work is contained withing a large zip folder, which as sub folders containing a large amount of work for the lessons below. This covers; Calculations Decimal Numbers Place Value Factors and Multiples Square, cube and root numbers Index notion Prime factor Included are lesson starters/ plenaries to accompany the worksheets provided.
willCMM
Finding patterns investigations. (Square numbers)

Finding patterns investigations. (Square numbers)

This is an investigation that my children loved it. I spread it over two lessons and the first lesson I let them try to solve it however way they wish. We started with a discussion on what makes a great mathematician and decided that finding the answer isn't what makes a great mathematician but making a start and exploring is. Some children used squared paper, multilink cubes, their Maths books, tables etc. In the second lesson I showed them how it would have been easier to look for patterns and record these using a table and introduce the word 'Systematic'. This investigation can be done even if you aren't covering square numbers. The notebook also includes hinge questions to begin the lesson to elicit children EXPLAINING their learning.
sid1913
9 x table investigations

9 x table investigations

Here I have a Notebook to accompany three 9 times table investigations. The investigations gets progressively harder and therefore can be done as three separate lessons (which is what I did with Year 4) or as three differentiated tasks. These investigations allowed children to familiarise themselves with multiples of 9 whilst exploring. Outstanding observation lesson.
sid1913
Can I use factor pairs. Multiples of 6, 7, 9.

Can I use factor pairs. Multiples of 6, 7, 9.

This is a Notebook which includes some reasoning hinge questions as well as a description of each game. Included are the three differentiated challenges that children can choose. There are three challenges; Challenge 1 - multiples of 6 Challenge 2 - multiples of 6 and 9 Challenge 3 - multiples of 6, 7, 9. The challenges allow children to play 1:1 and work tactically to get three numbers in a row. The rules are very clear. For challenge 2 and 3 I've also included a prime number to allow for a discussion at the end of the lesson. My kids love this game and we play it regularly so it's best to print double-sided and laminate so you can use over and over again.
sid1913