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Times Table Reasoning Activities (6,7,8,9x)

Times Table Reasoning Activities (6,7,8,9x)

Activities that require children to use known facts to then be able to reason how to solve other calculations. Each page gives children a known fact and then calculations where the numbers have been manipulated and a box where they can explain how to use the known fact to find the answer.
krisgreg30
9 Times Table Reasoning Activities

9 Times Table Reasoning Activities

Activities that require children to use known facts to then be able to reason how to solve other calculations. Each page gives children a known fact and then calculations where the numbers have been manipulated and a box where they can explain how to use the known fact to find the answer.
krisgreg30
8 Times Table Reasoning Activities

8 Times Table Reasoning Activities

Activities that require children to use known facts to then be able to reason how to solve other calculations. Each page gives children a known fact and then calculations where the numbers have been manipulated and a box where they can explain how to use the known fact to find the answer.
krisgreg30
6 Times Table Reasoning Activities

6 Times Table Reasoning Activities

Activities that require children to use known facts to then be able to reason how to solve other calculations. Each page gives children a known fact and then calculations where the numbers have been manipulated and a box where they can explain how to use the known fact to find the answer.
krisgreg30
BIDMAS

BIDMAS

Order of operations worksheets. Includes some questions from arithmetic papers.
liztighe
Divide Fractions- KFC it!

Divide Fractions- KFC it!

Written for my year 6 students struggling with dividing fractions by whole numbers. Includes worked examples and an exercise.
liztighe
Crack The Safe - Fractions Collection

Crack The Safe - Fractions Collection

Four “Crack The Safe” activities on fractions: adding/subtracting, multiplying/dividing, mixed numbers and fraction of an amount. Each contains six questions and ten possible answers. The reason behind this is to allow students to check their own answers whilst the teacher can spend time with anyone who requires more help. I find these work nicely as starters or plenaries but obviously you can use them however you like.
alutwyche
My Favorite Number Interactive Math Activity

My Favorite Number Interactive Math Activity

Classroom Tested - Student Approved! This interactive math activity to great for Back to School or after a long Holiday Break. Who doesn’t have a favorite number?? All of my students do and this fun activity gives them a chance to be creative and solve for their favorite number. Students will review Math Vocabulary: Equation, Evaluate, Sum, Difference, Product and Equation Use Critical thinking to come up with their own equations for each operation Evaluate these equations Interactive Component: Students then exchange paper to solve for their peer’s favorite numbers. **ELA component for early finishers **Student example provided **Just print & go! No prep! Ready when you are!
sarah_mcnamara43
Y6 Mathematics -Number: The four operations: formal written methods.  Differentiated worksheets.

Y6 Mathematics -Number: The four operations: formal written methods. Differentiated worksheets.

These differentiated sets of worksheets are written to meet the objectives for Year 6 Number. Each of the five topics (addition, subtraction, long multiplication, short division, long division) is split into three levels, indicated on the worksheets by 1, 2 or 3 stars. There are 3 versions of each worksheet. There are 45 worksheets in all, plus answer sheets. The material could be used in several ways: * work through all the levels with the whole class * use the levels to target varying abilities within the class * use extra versions of tasks to set as follow-up homework * where pupils are inclined to copy, use different versions of worksheets to ensure independent working * extra versions of tasks can be set as assessment at the end of a unit Learning objectives are given at the beginning of each sheet. A simple ‘thumbs up’ style of self-assessment is printed at the bottom of each task.
ReallLanguages
NEW Bundle - 2018 Key Stage 1 SATs Question Level Analysis (QLA) - Maths, Reading and SPaG

NEW Bundle - 2018 Key Stage 1 SATs Question Level Analysis (QLA) - Maths, Reading and SPaG

Includes: KS1 2018 Maths SATs QLA KS1 2018 Reading SATs QLA KS1 2018 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar SATs QLA Easy to use Excel Spreadsheets to analyse the above SATs test scores using Question Level Analysis (QLA). All papers are analysed and will highlight students’ areas of strength and weaknesses in key maths (number, calculation, problem solving, handling data, shape and measurement), reading (drawing on knowledge of vocabulary to understand texts; identifying and explaining key aspects of fiction and non-fiction texts, such as characters, events, titles and information; identifying and explaining the sequence of events in texts; and making inferences from texts) and SPaG (grammatical terms/word classes; functions of sentences; combining words, phrases and clauses; verb tenses and consistency; punctuation; vocabulary; and spelling) areas. Simply add the students’ name and their score and the spreadsheet will update and produce graphs based on their answers.
hgj11myu
NEW Key Stage 1 Mathematics 2018 SATs Question Level Analysis (QLA)

NEW Key Stage 1 Mathematics 2018 SATs Question Level Analysis (QLA)

An easy to use Excel Spreadsheet to analyse the maths test scores from the 2018 KS1 SATs though Question Level Analysis (QLA). Papers 1 (arithmetic) and 2 (reasoning) are analysed. Will highlight students’ areas of strength and weaknesses in key maths areas including number, calculation, problem solving, handling data, shape and measurement. Simply add the students’ name and their score and the spreadsheet will update and produce graphs.
hgj11myu
Math Operations Board Game: Fast Lane

Math Operations Board Game: Fast Lane

Board games are the best way to make math practice fun and engaging! In fact, playing board games is one way we can experience the beauty of Math all around us through group work, tactile manipulation, and friendly competition. In most games, however, math games are too straightforward with cards of math problems for players to solve, or numbered spaced to count. The games are far from fun, only allowing kids to practice math facts or formulas. “LANE SHIFT” integrates deeper mathematical thinking into the gameplay. Students will learn to use all four basic mathematical operations while navigating a highway with 4 different lanes. Each lane on the highway has its own unique features which increases in difficulty as you go from slow lane to fast. Race to the end and win! Combined with highly visual game pieces, fun dice, and interactive game profile cards, Lane Shift will provide your students with an experience like no other! This game package comes with (6) 12 –sided dice, (4) player profile and math work game cards, (4) game pieces. There is also a complete set in black and white monotone for those who have limited ink or toner resources. Detailed instructions with illustrations are provided as well as assembly directions if needed. There are also player piece blanks which allow your students to customize and draw their own for a more personal approach. Each dice represents the start and end of the equation that the student will be rolling. A separate dice is provided to determine which operation will be used. This game can be customized to use with any curricula, grade levels K-8. For younger students or special education, choose specific lanes instead of using all four. This game can be used as an end of unit assessment or as a permanent resource available in the classroom to be used at a given time. Your students will lock into the competition and have fun all while learning Math. Have a game that is out-of-the-box and engaging. Students will be asking to player Lane Shift as long as they know it’s in your classroom. What more is to say!!!
Taylaj42
Order of Operations (BIDMAS) Complete Lesson

Order of Operations (BIDMAS) Complete Lesson

Suitable for KS3 and KS4. This lesson teaches students how to use order of operations (BIDMAS) to simplify expressions. The lesson features a starter, main, and plenary all fully differentiated. There are numerous example and practice questions for pupils to work through along with answers for pupils to self-assess their work. There are a series of “Super Challenge” questions to stretch and challenge high ability pupils as well as a self-assessment plenary to allow pupils to self-assess their understanding on the topic.
sabmer
Prime Factor Trees Complete Lesson

Prime Factor Trees Complete Lesson

Suitable for KS3 and KS4. This lesson teaches students how to create prime factor trees. The lesson features a starter, main, and plenary all fully differentiated. The lesson also features a Be The Teacher exercise where pupils need to mark a student’s worked response which addresses common misconceptions.
sabmer
Grid Multiplication Worksheets - 3x and 4x

Grid Multiplication Worksheets - 3x and 4x

These worksheets are aimed at Year 3 children. They are differentiated with the HA sheet covering 3x and 4x sums and the LA/MA sheets covering 3x. This could either be used as part of a lesson or as a morning activity. Learning Objective: I can use the grid method to multiply by 3 or 4.
MrG2246
SAT Revision Mini-Test Booklets: Arithmetic Set (Number)

SAT Revision Mini-Test Booklets: Arithmetic Set (Number)

’SAT Skill Booster’ Mini-Tests Details: -23 booklets (each document fits onto a double-sided A4 sheet, folded) -Answers included -All questions are past-paper KS2 SATs questions Perfect for: -SATs revision -Booster groups -Extension Activity -Homework Includes: -Addition 1 and 2 -Addition-Missing Values 1 and 2 -Subtraction 1 and 2 -Subtraction-Missing Values 1 and 2 -Multiplication 1, 2 and 3 -Multiplication-Missing Values -Short Division 1 and 2 -Long Division 1, 2 and 3 -Division-Missing Values -Multiplication by 10 100 1000 -Decimals, MIxed 1 and 2 -Roots and Powers 1 and 2 Also Available: Arithmetic Fractions, Reasoning Measure, Reasoning Number, Reasoning Fractions Decimals %ages
jessgoldsmith5
BIDMAS - BIDMAS code breaker worksheets

BIDMAS - BIDMAS code breaker worksheets

Use the order of operations (BIDMAS) to reveal a secret maths joke. Make your students feel like a spy trying to crack a code in a fun and novel way for students to practice the order of operations. This product contains 3 different levels of difficulty: order of operations with multiplying, dividing, adding and subtracting - BIDMAS with brackets and the 4 operations - BIDMAS including indices. This will keep students really busy and help them to check their own working as they go. This is perfect for consolidation on the order of operations if you don’t want to use a traditional worksheet. Each difficulty is colour coded (blue =easy, gold = medium, red = hard). All the answers are included. Suggestions for use: Give to students to do by themselves (self differentiated or teacher chooses) Give for homework Use as a collaborative task - (pairs/3s work out a column each) See here for other BIDMAS resources See here for other code breakers.
MissEHoney
Multiplying Fractions bingo! game

Multiplying Fractions bingo! game

Multiplying Fractions Bingo! game A bingo game on multiplying fractions by integers, proper fractions and mixed numbers. Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board. If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.
TenTors
7 Times Table Reasoning Activities

7 Times Table Reasoning Activities

Activities that require children to use known facts to then be able to reason how to solve other calculations. Each page gives children a known fact and then calculations where the numbers have been manipulated and a box where they can explain how to use the known fact to find the answer.
krisgreg30
Halloween Maths

Halloween Maths

Halloween Maths Fun Haunted House Composite Area This is a fun printable activity to find the composite areas of the Haunted Houses. The activity involves finding the areas of rectangles and triangles. Windows and doors need to be subtracted to find the areas of the front walls of the houses. There are 3 houses of increasing difficulty. The students then need to calculate the cost of buying the black paint to paint the house fronts. There are 4 pages of calculations to complete involving: • Area of rectangles (in metres) • Area of triangles (in metres) • Multiplication • Addition • Subtraction • Division • Money (in £) • Decimals All answers are included. This resource can be printed in black and white or colour. There are 4 pages to print for students - the document is 7 pages in total. This resource is aimed at Key Stage 2 and 3 - Years 5 to 9. You may also like Halloween Maths Party Planner Please visit Maths Shop to see more of my resources.
Elsie99
Square numbers - Visual

Square numbers - Visual

Template for square numbers - not my original idea but have typed it up and made it and stuck little labels on (eg 2^2 = 2 x 2 in different colour) Laminated pieces for durability - this document is designed for A3 paper but if you want to use A4, the pdf can be resized to fit page A4 .
clenghaus
Northern Ireland Transfer Test initial assessment booklet

Northern Ireland Transfer Test initial assessment booklet

I have been tutoring for the transfer test for 6 years. I have created this booklet as an initial assessment of the children’s level prior the the test preparation. It will allow their teacher/tutor to find the gaps in their learning and which areas need targeted.
thesubteacher
Fractions Pack

Fractions Pack

A basic pack to begin your topic on fractions. Can be used in most year groups and covers a range of needs. The pack caters to every need and can be used in groups. I personally used these daily to support and secure fractions skills!
AbbyMSimpson
Spooky Maths Multiplication - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

Spooky Maths Multiplication - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths Multiplication - Interactive Activity This Halloween-themed interactive activity tasks pupils with answering multiplication sums to scare off the ghosts before they reach the witch. There are 10 different levels to cover precise development steps, ranging from multiplication by 10 or 100 through to multiplying two-digit numbers by 5 and 20. This is a fun and engaging interactive game to use with the whole class or for pupils to play independently. It is a great resource to use in the run-up to Halloween.
Tes_elements
Spooky Maths Addition - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

Spooky Maths Addition - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths Addition - Interactive Activity This Halloween-themed interactive activity tasks pupils with answering addition sums to scare off the ghosts before they reach the witch. There are 16 different levels to cover precise development steps, ranging from two-digit addition through to addition over 100. This is a fun and engaging interactive game to use with the whole class or for pupils to play independently. It is a great resource to use in the run-up to Halloween.
Tes_elements
Spooky Maths Subtraction - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

Spooky Maths Subtraction - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths Subtraction - Interactive Activity This Halloween-themed interactive activity tasks pupils with answering subtraction sums to scare off the ghosts before they reach the witch. There are 17 different levels to cover precise development steps, ranging from two-digit subtraction through to subtraction-digit within 1,000. This is a fun and engaging interactive game to use with the whole class or for pupils to play independently. It is a great resource to use in the run-up to Halloween.
Tes_elements
Spooky Maths Doubling and Halving - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

Spooky Maths Doubling and Halving - Interactive Activity - Halloween KS2

KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths Doubling and Halving - Interactive Activity This Halloween-themed interactive activity tasks pupils with answering doubling and halving calculations to scare off the ghosts before they reach they witch. There are 14 different levels to cover precise development steps, ranging from doubling multiples of ten through to dividing two-digit decimal numbers. This is a fun and engaging interactive game to use with the whole class or for pupils to play independently. It is a great resource to use in the run-up to Halloween.
Tes_elements
3 and 4 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

3 and 4 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

KS1/KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths: 3 and 4 Times Tables This Halloween-themed maths worksheet tasks pupils with multiplying by 3 and 4. Complete the multiplication sums by finding the missing number to complete the sum, or by calculating the total. This is a fun worksheet to use during Halloween as a plenary to assess pupils’ understanding, or as a lesson starter recap.
Tes_elements
6 and 7 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

6 and 7 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

KS1/KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths: 6 and 7 Times Tables This Halloween-themed maths worksheet tasks pupils with multiplying by 6 and 7. Complete the multiplication sums by finding the missing number to complete the sum, or by calculating the total. This is a fun worksheet to use during Halloween as a plenary to assess pupils’ understanding, or as a lesson starter recap.
Tes_elements
2 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

2 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

KS1/KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths: 2 Times Tables This Halloween-themed maths worksheet tasks pupils with using their knowledge of the 2 times tables to write number sums based on the images provided. There is also an optional challenge to extend thinking. This is a fun worksheet to use during Halloween as a plenary to assess pupils’ understanding, or as a lesson starter recap.
Tes_elements
8 and 9 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

8 and 9 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

KS1/KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths: 8 and 9 Times Tables This Halloween-themed maths worksheet tasks pupils with multiplying by 8 and 9. Complete the multiplication sums by finding the missing number to complete the sum, or by calculating the total. This is a fun worksheet to use during Halloween as a plenary to assess pupils’ understanding, or as a lesson starter recap.
Tes_elements
5 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

5 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

KS1/KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths: 5 Times Tables This Halloween-themed maths worksheet tasks pupils with multiplying by 5 to complete the multiplication sums. There is also an optional challenge to extend thinking. This is a fun worksheet to use during Halloween as a plenary to assess pupils’ understanding, or as a lesson starter recap.
Tes_elements
10 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

10 Times Tables - Spooky Maths Worksheet - Halloween KS1/KS2

KS1/KS2 Halloween - Spooky Maths: 10 Times Tables This Halloween-themed maths worksheet tasks pupils with multiplying by 10 to complete the multiplication sums. This is a fun worksheet to use during Halloween as a plenary to assess pupils’ understanding, or as a lesson starter recap.
Tes_elements