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UKS2 (Year 5 and 6) multiplying quantities by fractions, finding  quantities given fraction quantity

UKS2 (Year 5 and 6) multiplying quantities by fractions, finding quantities given fraction quantity

Learning Objectives Starter: To compare improper fractions and mixed numbers Main Lesson: To multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers, supported by materials and diagrams (Year 5) To associate a fraction with division (Year 6) To find a whole quantity given the quantity represented by a unit fraction (Y6) To recognise and use relationships between operations including inverse operations (KS3 This lesson consists of: A Starter consisting of a series of progressively harder problems where the children have to compare mixed numbers with improper fractions and use <> sign to show which are larger. A connect activity challenging children to consider whether the product of two numbers always produces a larger numbers as a way to start considering the effect of multiplying by fractions. An Interactive Whiteboard teaching introduction for both Notebook and ActivInspire flipchart, to teach children to understanding how to multiply whole numbers by fractions (by dividing by denominator and multiplying by numerator (starting with diagrams) and how to find the whole quantity of a number, when they are given what a fraction of that number represents. A 4-way differentiated series of tasks requiring children to multiply whole numbers by fractions and find whole numbers when they are given what a fraction of that number represents (i.e. ¾ x ? = 24). Answers included to ease marking. A final AFL / Next Steps task, providing three answers to a SATs question and children are invited to use the methods they have learned to work out which is correct.
MikeRichards
Scientific notation maze

Scientific notation maze

Students can complete the scientific notation problems on a separate piece of paper, whiteboard or in their workbooks. After they complete each question they search for the path that has the correct answer on it. They will then follow that arrow to the next question. They will keep doing this until they reach the finish.
cowboyz123
Treasure Hunt- Mixed internal and external angles in polygons

Treasure Hunt- Mixed internal and external angles in polygons

Treasure hunt activity mixed internal and external angles in polygons, works well with the external angles treasure hunt and theinternal treasure hunt. Bright colours very visable good for KS3 or 4 pupils easily adaptable created as A4 portrait pages hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
Treasure Hunt- External angles in Polygons

Treasure Hunt- External angles in Polygons

Treasure hunt activity external angles in polygons, works well with the internal angles treasure hunt and the mixed angles treasure hunt. Bright colours very visable good for KS3 or 4 pupils easily adaptable created as A4 portrait pages hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
Treasure Hunt- Internal angles in polygons

Treasure Hunt- Internal angles in polygons

Treasure hunt activity internal angles in polygons, works well with the external angles treasure hunt and the mixed angles treasure hunt. Bright colours very visable good for KS3 or 4 pupils easily adaptable created as A4 portrait pages hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
Counting Forwards to 10 - Thirty Slide PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 13 Worksheets

Counting Forwards to 10 - Thirty Slide PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 13 Worksheets

This resource contains a fully editable, interactive and highly visual 30-slide PowerPoint lesson and a set of 13 worksheets to support the delivery of the White Rose Maths scheme: Year 1, Block 1 Small Step: Counting Forwards to 10. PowerPoint This is a fully editable, interactive and highly visual PowerPoint on counting forwards to 10 to develop the pupils' understanding of place value, number recognition and counting to 10 skills. Worksheets There are 13 accompanying worksheets. Tasks include counting objects up to 10 and recording numbers, and identifying missing numbers in the 1-10 sequence. Answer sheets are included. The worksheets also contain a comment section for what went well and next steps, level of support and pupil self-evaluation tick box. You may also be interested in the Year 1 Block 1 Count Objects to 10: PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 15 Worksheets. Click on the link below for further details. Sort Objects PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 12 Differentiated Worksheets For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!
Krazikas
Treasure hunt- more quadratic sequences

Treasure hunt- more quadratic sequences

Treasure hunt for more able KS3 and KS4 pupils based on quadratic sequences. (there is a 2nd similar hunt if you want some variety called quadratic sequences) Bright and colourful easy to read layout is A4 landscape easily adaptable hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
Treasure Hunt - Quadratic sequences

Treasure Hunt - Quadratic sequences

Treasure hunt for more able KS3 and KS4 pupils based on quadratic sequences. (there is a 2nd similar hunt if you want some variety cunningly called more quadratic sequences) Bright and colourful easy to read layout is A4 landscape easily adaptable hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
Exit Ticket - Surface Area

Exit Ticket - Surface Area

I give this to the students (printed in A4 or A5 depending on how much room they need) at the end of the lesson to assess an overview of the lesson. I mark it as soon as I can (ha) and it allows me to spot any misconceptions. The last question is a challenge one to push the most able students.
brodieburton
Exit Ticket - Straight and Perpendicular Lines

Exit Ticket - Straight and Perpendicular Lines

I give this to the students (printed in A4 or A5 depending on how much room they need) at the end of the lesson to assess an overview of the lesson. I mark it as soon as I can (ha) and it allows me to spot any misconceptions. The last question is a challenge one to push the most able students.
brodieburton