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Times Table Snake Game

Times Table Snake Game

We love using games in the classroom to help teach times tables and hopefully your students will enjoy this too. This game is really easy to make-up and play. Students just need a counter for each player and a paper clip for the spinner board. Each player begins at the start point on the game board and spins a times table sum on the spinner board. They need to find the answer to the sum they have spun and move to the next place on the game board that shows the answer to their sum. The winner is the first student to reach the finish line. This is quite a fast paced game to play, as it doesn't take many spins to work through the game board. Therefore, we have students play the game an odd number of times and the student that wins the most games is the overall winner. This also allows for a mini-lesson on odd and even numbers. If you have any queries, please contact us on eeducationhelp@gmail.com
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Maths Fact Families Template

Maths Fact Families Template

Improve your pupils' multiplication and division skills with this fact family worksheet. Edit and personalise the equations to suit the level of ability of your class.
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Division Grids for use during concrete methods of maths.

Division Grids for use during concrete methods of maths.

Division grids for children to use when using concrete methods in maths lessons. Allows the children to clearly see where there concrete objects can go before moving on to an abstract method. Fantastic resource for those children who are visual / hands on learners.
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Multiplication Station Task Cards: Years 5 - 7

Multiplication Station Task Cards: Years 5 - 7

These multiplication station task cards are a fun and active way to generate numbers for one, two, and three digit multiplication practise. Simply print them out and stick them around your outdoor area or hall (a few require some basic resources e.g. balls etc.) then let the children run about, completing the challenges and working out the written multiplications using their chosen method from the numbers generated. Contents - Teacher’s Guide - Answer / Working Sheet - 10 X Multiplication Station Task Cards - 10 X Challenge Multiplication Station Task Cards ------------------------ Please don’t forget to rate this product and provide feedback. Also be sure to visit my store and FOLLOW ME to see my new resources and hear about upcoming sales!
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Bob's Gaming Store

Bob's Gaming Store

This resource is designed for KS2 (Y4-6) to help students develop their skills in: * Multiplication (using grid method) * Understanding money * Long Addition * Converting pounds and pennies It is themed around buying video games (all child friendly) and can be updated to include more modern games for future years teaching. Can also be used for Functional Skills Level 1
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Multiplying a 3 digit number by a 3 digit number and figuring out the secret word.

Multiplying a 3 digit number by a 3 digit number and figuring out the secret word.

A worksheet which is ideal for homework or can be used in a lesson. There are 8 questions, each one multiplying two 3 digit numbers. The children have to find the sum of the smallest answer and largest answer. Each digit of the answer is represented by a letter. The children use the grid provided to figure out what the word is. The answer is Friday. The answers are provided on the second tab of the document.
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Sort n' Solve Thanksgiving Multiplication & Division Word Problems

Sort n' Solve Thanksgiving Multiplication & Division Word Problems

Solving math word problems is more engaging when there is an interactive puzzle aspect. With this two-in-one, problem solving activity, the children have to identify the operation needed to solve the problem, categorise it according to multiplication or division and then solve and explain their answers. There are 24 differentiated word problems ( cards 1-6 are easier than 19-24) focusing on multiplication & division skills ideally suited for 3rd, 4th and 5th grades, with multi-step problems also. The problems require the children to solve the equations mathematically but also to be able to explain their answer and show their thinking. This is a great way to have the children reflect upon their own learning and understanding of the concepts taught within these math strands and standards. This packet can simply be printed and put to great use as a review, homework practice or laminated and used as math centres task cards. An answer sheet is provided. For guided groups, I like to have the children cut and glue the photocopied sheet into their notebooks with space to really reflect upon their answers and write their explanation below the problem. If you like these holiday activities, you will find more Sort n’ Solve packets with a Christmas and Winter theme for all four operations, in my store and on my blog, Happy Thanksgiving! ~ Susan Powers wwwPYPteachingtools.com
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