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Dice Game for Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication.

Dice Game for Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication.

Suitable for paired or individual work. Also great as a holding activity. Roll the dice, write the number in the first box. Roll again then add/subtract/multiply the two numbers. Record on the worksheets. There are 4 worksheets that are great to photocopy and reuse. Differentiation: lower abilities use a dice with spots to enable easier counting. Can use with 1-to-1 correspondence to enable easier counting. Higher abilities can use numbered dice.

By smidgealot

*MEGA BUNDLE* - All MR A, Mr C & Mr D Resources!

*MEGA BUNDLE* - All MR A, Mr C & Mr D Resources!

MEGA BUNDLE CONTAINS: The Maths Album The Science Album 40 Lyric Reading Comprehensions Slow Writing Year 3 /4 Writing Knowledge Organiser Year 5 / 6 Writing Know ledge Organiser Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 Science Knowledge Organisers KS2 Reading / Home-School Diary Times Table Rock Star Certificates 4 Literacy Songs (Adjectives, Nouns, Adverbs and Punctuation) www.mracdpresent.com

By mracdpresent

Series of Lessons - Negative numbers Bundle

Series of Lessons - Negative numbers Bundle

This bundle includes three whole lessons across the range of negative number lessons. 1) Negative Numbers - Number Line, Ordering and Differences 2) Add and Subtract Negative Numbers - Pictorial approach to adding and subtracting negative numbers. 3) Multiplying and Dividing Negative Numbers - Pictorial approach to exploring the rules of multiplying and dividing negative numbers. Each resource includes; - Answers -starter activities -Fully modelled examples -Differentiated questions -Challenges -Quizzing activities to help with misconceptions -Examination style questions -Minimal Printing -Plus lots more teaching resources

By MissBsResources

Negative Numbers - Number Line, Ordering and Differences.

Negative Numbers - Number Line, Ordering and Differences.

(All answers are provided) I've designed this resource to allow students to explore negative numbers from the basics. It begins with a brief look at where negative numbers are used in real life. This then leads to looking at the number line and finding missing numbers and rules. Students then need to identify if a number is less than, equal to or more than another number or sum. I've then created an interactive game where the students can come to the board and pop the bubbles in the correct order. (The bubbles move after a few seconds when in presentation mode). This then lists the order underneath. If a bubble is missed out there is a gap left and a discussion can be had about which number they missed and why etc.. There is then a written activity to be completed of order lists of numbers. Students then start to look at temperature and the differences between negative and positive numbers. This leads into an activity on the difference of temperatures between different capital cities. Then to finish there is an application on how this could be seen in an exam situation including answers. I hope you find this resource as useful as my students have. Miss B

By MissBsResources

Lego Cubes Numbers Display -10 to 100

Lego Cubes Numbers Display -10 to 100

Lego Cubes Numbers Display -10 to 100: A series of bright & colourful lego blocks featuring the numbers from -10 to 100. A fun addition to any classroom. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk

By helenrachelcrossley

New Curriculum: Adding and subtracting integers (Differentiated)

New Curriculum: Adding and subtracting integers (Differentiated)

Differentiated lesson including material related to the new curriculum of maths. This lesson includes an outstanding lesson plan illustrating how to use this resource to its potential. RAG worksheets and also problem solving questions are included. Finishes off with some nice challenging exam questions (with answers). Preparing the kids for new GCSE Maths. Worksheets are in the PowerPoint slides ready to be printed off. All worksheets have answers in ppt.

By thussa45

Maths Number Pyramid Worksheets

Maths Number Pyramid Worksheets

This resource has six differentiated levels and hits mathematics objectives in Year 2, 4, 5 and 6. You can find more Maths puzzles resources here: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_subject=mathematics&fwp_topic=puzzles

By ClassroomSecrets

MATHS FOUNDATION-1

MATHS FOUNDATION-1

MATHS FOUNDATION covers the whole algebra topics and arithmetic which includes INTEGERS,FRACTIONS,RATIO and so.......................................

By amir2733

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Year 4 Maths Bundle

Year 4 Maths Bundle

This is a collection of my popular Year 4 maths resources. Weeks worth of lessons, assessments and MASSIVE time savers! Save 35% on these fantastic resources and a whole lot of time!

By mrajlong

Differentiated Numeracy Activity - Figure me out, getting to know me

Differentiated Numeracy Activity - Figure me out, getting to know me

Useful activity for a new class or start of a new year. The pupils write on the initial sheet their answers to their own personal questions and make up a Maths problem to go with this answer. The pupils then go to the Figure me out poster, transfer all their circled answers onto the circles on the poster. Using mini post-it's or such like, the pupils write their maths problem on it and stick it over the answer. In the middle, pupils can either write their name or draw a self portrait. The pupils then go around the class figuring out information about their peers and can self-check their work as the answer will be under the post its. This is great for differentiation as the pupils can make it as challenging as they like. When pupils are figuring out other pupils, perhaps encourage them to look at the questions before they try to answer them.

By nastassjamcgregor