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Multiplication – 3-digit by 2-digit – Math Puzzle

Multiplication – 3-digit by 2-digit – Math Puzzle

Multiplication – 3-digit by 2-digit – Math Puzzle I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only two pages and is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice in class or at home. The larger size requires 6 pieces of paper and quite a bit of space to solve – fun for centers and group work. The extra-large size requires 16 pieces of paper. Cut out the puzzle pieces (or even better if your students do it themselves) and students are to solve the puzzle so that it matches the solution provided. If your students are going to cut out the pieces then no prep is needed – the puzzle is not in order. I’ve been using these puzzles for years with great success! I recommend printing the puzzles on colourful paper and laminating them. This way you only have to cut them out once and they will last for years! What is included in this product? • The solution to the puzzle – Page 3 • The normal size puzzle – Pages 4 – 5 • The large size puzzle – Pages 6 – 11 • The extra-large size puzzle – Pages 12 - 27 • Questions and Answers in a table format for easy grading or you can cut these out to play a matching game – Pages 28 – 29 My students love doing these types of puzzles. This product can also be used as a perfect revision of the school work to do at home. All answers can be easily checked thanks to the included solution to the puzzle or questions and answers shown in a table. Thank you for checking my resources.
NewMathWorld
Ordinal Numbers Activities 0-10 Printable Kindergarten Math Centres

Ordinal Numbers Activities 0-10 Printable Kindergarten Math Centres

This is a printable Math Centre Activity involving counting, thinking and ordering numbers 1-10. These are Math centre activities, suitable for Kindergarten and Year 1, there are 124 different cards, dealing with numbers 0-10. You can print and use whole sheets as worksheets, but I usually cut and laminate cards with an image at the top, and a choice of three answers below. , There are a couple of reference strips, black ink and colour There are 124 activity cards requiring students to colour, or mark their answers There are 4 sets of cards (black ink and colour) so students can sort, order and play games. The answers could be marked with a peg, button, counter etc but students can simply draw a circle around their answer. I have also used as a whole sheet assessment activity, and ask children to circle or mark the correct answer. Many children can count to ten, but they need to be taught about order and its vocabulary. Adds and extends this other product.
mareehenderson21
Fraction Wall

Fraction Wall

This is a fraction wall I’ve used to re-colour due to the dark colours you get on these type resources. I hope you find it also more useful than the once out there on the Net.
Lets
Year 3 Fractions Spring - A week of planning and resources

Year 3 Fractions Spring - A week of planning and resources

This is a week of planning and resources - all tasks are pre-assessments of LO`s covered in Year 2 to be sure all gaps are covered before you move onto the Year 3 objectives. Task inspired by NCETM mastery materials. Learning Objectives covered: LO: To add fractions with the same denominator. (Yr. 3) LO: To count in fractions up to 10, starting from any number and using the ½ and 2/4 equivalence. (Yr. 2) LO: Recognise, find, name and write fractions as 1/3, ¼, 2/4 and ¾ of a length, shape or set of objects or quantity. (Yr. 2) LO: recognise, find and name a half as one of two equal parts of an object, shape or quantity (Yr. 1)
susiesee
Tables chart

Tables chart

Three levels, three groups of tables. Fun way to keep track of your student’s table knowledge. I date and place a sticker in each star when a student has passed their times table challenge. The students have to pass the challenge twice for each group of tables (yearly objectives) before moving on. Eventually moving on to the next level. A helpful resource for when you need to assess key objectives as it’s a record of their learning. Attached an editable version too.
TBiscuit
Percentages of Money

Percentages of Money

Lesson based on calculating percentages of money and finding the best deal for different food products at different retailers. Differentiated activities 3 ways. Can be taught as a single lesson or in a series of 3 lessons. Used with an upper Key Stage 2 class. Supporting PowerPoint and lesson plan also provided.
DosbarthJJ
Problem Solving - ICT

Problem Solving - ICT

Scenario based on being stranded on a desert island. Scenario ‘email’ introduced the task to the children. Differentiated activities then introduced which all lead to solving different problems. Whole class work together on differentiated activities, before coming together to share the results of their findings.
DosbarthJJ
Coordinates and Position

Coordinates and Position

A lesson to support teaching of coordinates and positional language in Key Stage 1 Foundation Phase/Stage. Includes lesson plan, differentiated activities and supported resources such as scenario scrolls.
DosbarthJJ
Maths Revision

Maths Revision

A range of maths topics for revision covered in questions displayed in a PowerPoint. Can be used for test preparation or as lesson starters. Suitable for children in Key Stage 2. Easily adapted to suit needs. Children to answer on mini white boards before explaining processes/methods used.
DosbarthJJ
Fraction, Ratio and % Reasoning Tasks

Fraction, Ratio and % Reasoning Tasks

Several tasks all based on an Edexcel GCSE question about fractions, ratio and percentages of an amount. These tasks are designed to improve students’ mathematical reasoning and were created as part of the Mathematical Reasoning at GCSE project run by Cambridge Maths Hub. The tasks vary in difficulty, and include different ways to calculate and compare fractions, percentages and ratios of an amount. They are not intended to be used all together; just pick and choose one or two suitable ones for your class. The Venn diagram task is an excellent idea I swiped from the amazing Mr Barton. If you’d like some tasks with more of a fraction focus, try this resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fraction-division-reasoning-tasks-11837638. Alternatively, for percentages - particularly increase, decrease and reverse percentages - take a look at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/percentage-change-reasoning-tasks-11838369. Please consider leaving some feedback. I’d be really interested to hear which tasks you chose and how you used them!
catrionashearer