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Money Year 2 KS1 addition and subtraction lesson resources / activities and Smart board  for mastery

Money Year 2 KS1 addition and subtraction lesson resources / activities and Smart board for mastery

There is a smart board presentation to help teach addition and subtraction (giving change) of money. Many of the lessons were practical however I taught my class the column method at the same time, so this features throughout. In this bundle there is: Differentiated money problems (mainly addition) Reasoning and Problem solving activities inc. starter and challenge (differentiated X 3) Cool Cat cafe money problem sheet (differentiated X 3) Column addition mat to laminate for resources Lower ability coin match worksheet Reasoning practical tasks sheet containing 7 'convince me'style tasks and challenges Giving change money word problems (differentiated X 4)
Jordanleybourne
Fractions worksheets (with solutions)

Fractions worksheets (with solutions)

Three worksheets on: comparing fractions, equivalent fractions and finding the fraction of an amount. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Fractions: Halves and Quarters SEN or KS1/KS2 Lower Ability

Fractions: Halves and Quarters SEN or KS1/KS2 Lower Ability

These worksheets were designed for lower ability KS2 children and children with SEN. They worked well for me! Each worksheet comes in two formats (.pub .pdf). Please see my other resources if you enjoy this one. If you can afford it, buy a resource as it helps me out - my TA wage is quite pathetic, my rent is high, and I don't get any help despite part-time university study. For More Resources, Visit my TES Shop here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Mr_Whitehorn
Mr_Whitehorn
Dividing with whole numbers

Dividing with whole numbers

9 questions on dividing by whole numbers. Includes dividing by single digit and 2 digit numbers. Non-calculator. Can be used as practise questions, tests or homework. The document is 1 page in total. Keywords: divide, worksheet, test, non- calculator, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, GCSE foundation, primary
Elsie99
Higher or Lower?

Higher or Lower?

Superb starter or plenary for any maths lesson ... the children love this game! This presentation includes 8 games of 'Higher or Lower' - 2 games containing numbers in the 10 times tables - 2 games containing numbers in the 5 times tables - 2 games containing numbers in the 2 times tables - 2 games containing numbers from 1 to 10 How to play: 1. Flip over the first card. 2. Ask a child to say if they think the next card will be 'higher' or 'lower' than the card displayed. If they get the answer correct, they continue. If they get the answer wrong, start over with another child. 3. You can make each game easier by displaying all the possible numbers. Then just cross them off as they appear in the game (the children will know exactly what numbers are remaining thus increasing their chance of winning).
mark harland
Multiplication & Division Triangles

Multiplication & Division Triangles

Practice basic multiplication and division facts. From the 2 times tables to the 12 times table, emphasizing the connection between multiplication and division. Hold the triangle by one corner, from the other two numbers work out or recall the number hidden under the thumb. Very simple but very effective.
wilkieway
Subsitizing Cards for Times Tables

Subsitizing Cards for Times Tables

The best way to learn times tables! This is a fantastic resource for assessing whether children know their times tables (and that they also understand the concept of repeated addition). Subsitizing means counting, without counting. You can use each times table on it's own or mixed. The children split the cards between the players and when they play their card, the first person to say the correct answer gets the point. it's very useful to have a referee armed with a times table grid to ensure the children are getting the answers correct. But the referee is also employing a very useful technique when checking the answers. That's one of the things that makes it so effective because the game can be played alongside the use of other useful techniques. The children's competitive edge masks the learning of times tables.
gmarkland