Finding fractions of amounts - simple board game.Quick View
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Finding fractions of amounts - simple board game.

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A simple board game in which children are required to find fractions of amounts in order to determine how many spaces they then move. Perfect for fluency practice in lower KS2. All fractions have denominators less than 10 and mixed numerators. As part of a mastery approach, pupils could be challenged to find the dice roll at the start of the game which is most likely to set them off on a speedy route through the game.
Dice for money work (with British coins and notes)Quick View
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Dice for money work (with British coins and notes)

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Two dice, one featuring £20, £10 and £5 notes, the other includes the same three notes as well as £2, (new) £1 and 50p coins. Ideal for children of any age - an especially useful resource for money activities such as finding change, adding values etc.
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Recognising features of concentric castles

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A pair of worksheets for children to show their understanding of features of concentric castles ( moat, gatehouse, portcullis etc). Ideal for LKS2 children. Worksheet one asks children to take on the role of an estate agent and write a persuasive description selling a given concentric castle. Worksheet two asks children to design their own castle to keep new owners safe.
3-digit addition mastery gameQuick View
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3-digit addition mastery game

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Perfect for year 3. Children take it in turns to create 3-digit + 3-digit addition calculations (using playing cards, 0-9 spinners or anything similar that you have to hand). They move extra spaces if their answer satisfies particular criteria - great for those who are just starting out and for those who may be able to alter the position of their digits in order to satisfy the given criteria.
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2-digit addition mastery board game

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Perfect for year 2/3. Children take it in turns to create 2-digit +2-digit addition calculations (using playing cards, 0-9 spinners or anything similar that you have to hand). They move extra spaces if their answer satisfies particular criteria - great for those who are just starting out and for those who may be able to alter the position of their digits in order to satisfy the given criteria.