Maths For MinecraftersQuick View

Maths For Minecrafters

Our ‘Maths for Minecrafters’ pack for ages 7-14 is the perfect way for children to spend time developing confidence and number skills through the wonderful and FUN world of Minecraft! You might also like our Legendary Literacy For Minecrafters. What’s inside the Maths for Minecrafters Pack? Your child will: Create their own themed board game Decode secret messages Play a Minecraft ‘top trump’ style game Play Battle Creepers (like battleships!) Complete Lego challenges to defend villages against a raid and defeat the Ender Dragon Have fun with 3D paper craft characters Explore origami Locate essential supplies using coordinate grids Experiment with skin design Purchase items from a Minecraft shop Take a survey of entities while playing the game Display data in graph form Your child will be developing number skills including: Area, perimeter, shape, measurement, fractions, percentages, time, word problems, multiplication, addition, subtraction, division, money, data handling, coordinates, angles, number patterns, codes and more. It also develops the key areas of number sense, spatial awareness, fine motor skills, problem solving, creative design, representation and resilience. What age is the Maths for Minecrafters Pack suitable for? Our age recommendation for this pack is approximately 7-14 years. However, we always say that ability is very subjective; what will be right for one child won’t necessarily be right for another of the same age. It may well be suitable for younger or older children depending on how enthusiastic they are about the theme and activities. The tasks can be completed to your child’s own level. Do I need anything else? Some of our activities require resources that you may not have readily at home but can be purchased inexpensively online or at the supermarket. Is this a pdf file? Anything else I need to know? Some of the activities in this pack may require the use of scissors, knives and hot cooking equipment so please ensure children are supervised appropriately.
Ofsted Maths Deep DiveQuick View

Ofsted Maths Deep Dive

I have put together a document that you can use in your Maths Department to prepare your team for Ofsted. This includes: Questions Ofsted will ask HODs What inspectors will look for in a lesson Questions inspectors will ask your teaching staff Questions inspectors may ask the students have included detail on the evidence that you may wish to put together to save time and lower stress on your team. There is also examples for teaching staff to refer to and compile themselves to prepare for inspection. I hope this saves you and your team time and makes a deep dive simpler for you to understand.
Year 8 Maths bookletQuick View

Year 8 Maths booklet

A workbook that teaches you as you work through it. This workbook can be completed on their own or with as much help as they need. It is colour coded to make it easy to understand and prevent boredom. Workbook contains: Fractions- adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
Maths Report CommentsQuick View

Maths Report Comments

Create your primary maths reports quickly using these 280 differentiated maths report comments for KS2. The subject of maths is broken down into 7 skill sections, relevant for all year groups, with 4 ability groups provided. Use the girl and boy versions to save time, just quickly choose the right comments to suit each child. There are enough comments to create different personalised paragraphs of comments for at least a whole class of 30 children. High Quality Written for the whole of KS2 focusing on learning aptitudes and the general areas of maths. Some spaces are left for you to add some relevant objectives for your year group. These are perfect for years 3, 4, 5 and 6 as they cover: Attitude Mathematical concepts Lesson content Operations and calculations Mental strategies Reasoning Problem Solving Understanding, explaining and checking solutions Strengths and Assessments Presentation Targets Differentiated Maths report comment banks for four different ability groups are provided with at least 70 comments in each, so a minimum of 280 different statements for your reports. Easy to Use They all come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are shown with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace, to insert names. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. Also… Check out these other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments 320 English Report Comments Geography Report Comments
Entry Level Maths for EdexcelQuick View

Entry Level Maths for Edexcel

This is the new Entry Level Maths Student Scheme of Work for use with the Edexcel Course. Each student can track their progress throughout the course. It is broken down into guidance steps for what is required for each objective. There is space to RAG rate and space to put progression arrows if a student starts on red and progresses to amber etc…
Maths Bingo - The Ultimate CollectionQuick View

Maths Bingo - The Ultimate Collection

This resource contains a collection of 15 Maths Bingo Powerpoints. Each Powerpoint contains an associated set of bingo sheets that are to be printed. The bingo sheets contain 32 different bingo sheets which contain 16 of the 17 answers on the Powerpoint. This stops the issue of pupils trying to cheat by changing answers as the teacher can cross reference against the master sheet which states the order the answers appear. The collection contains Bingo on the following Mathematics topics: Adding and subtracting negative numbers Addition and subtraction Algebra Area and perimeter Averages Converting to decimals Fractions of amounts Indices Multiplying decimals Percentages Primes,Multiples and Factors Rounding Sequences Shapes Squares,Cubes and Roots Each of the bingo examples contains differentiated questions and will be extremely popular with students as a reward or revision activity.
A to Z Maths Keyword DisplayQuick View

A to Z Maths Keyword Display

Sick and tired of seeing boring Black and White keywords and definitions in my room so I decided to spruce it up and make it colourful and inviting!
Fortnite in Maths: BIDMASQuick View

Fortnite in Maths: BIDMAS

A worksheet made to practice the rules of BIDMAS. The coded message is related to the popular game ‘Fortnite’. Was very successful getting students to engage with the content. Extension activity: Create their own coded word/message to solidify their knowledge on the rules of BIDMAS.
Progression in Fluency- Mastery MathsQuick View

Progression in Fluency- Mastery Maths

An excellent whole school plan for the progression of fluency from YrR- 6. This relates to the five big ideas of mastery maths. Recommended for any school that has moved to the mastery approach.
Mental Maths/ arithmeticQuick View

Mental Maths/ arithmetic

Three pages of differentiated mental Maths/ arithmetic questions, featuring timetable facts, multiplying/ dividing whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100, 1000 and multiples of 10, BIDMAS, square and cube numbers, percentage of a number, operations. Ideal for morning work, timed Maths starter or a 5 minute filler in Y6/7/8.
KS2 Maths SATSQuick View

KS2 Maths SATS

KS2 Maths SATS Practice Exam Questions 150 mixed word questions for Key Stage 2 SATS. All answers are included. There are 10 worksheets, each with 15 questions per worksheet. There is a front sheet for recording scores out of 15 for each worksheet. The questions are mixed and include: fractions decimals percentages money measurements conversions adding subtracting shapes multiplying dividing Units are in UK pounds and pence and metric measurements. The worksheets can be used as a pack of 150 questions or as individual worksheets. They can be used as practice questions, tests or homework. These questions can also be used for key stage 3. The document is 16 pages in total, with 10 pages to print for students. It can be printed in colour or black and white. You may also be interested in: KS2 SATS Maths Practice Arithmetic Exam Questions for Paper 1 To view my other resources, please visit Maths Shop
Fortnite - Maths ActivitiesQuick View

Fortnite - Maths Activities

Here is a collection of Fortnite themed Maths Worksheets, designed to engage low ability students. Great for starter activities or reward tasks. Worksheets included: General Sums Simplifying Fractions Adding Fractions Multiplying Fractions Dividing Fractions
Maths Tarsia - KS2Quick View

Maths Tarsia - KS2

You will need Tarsia software to download this (it is free just use google) resource. A super resource to really stretch your children to see whether they have mastered addition and subtraction. Ready to print and use.
GCSE Edexcel Maths GraphsQuick View

GCSE Edexcel Maths Graphs

This brilliant resource goes through all the graphs you need to know for GCSE Edexcel Maths, as well as transforming graphs and recognising and using graphs. This content is designed for Chapter 18 of the GCSE Edexcel Mathematics course, but can work for anything! It includes: Exact trigonometric values Linear, quadratic, cubic, reciprocal, circular, sin, cos, tan, exponential graphs Using exponential graphs, and understanding its features Using and understanding sin, cos, tan graphs Recognising graphs quiz Transformation of functions Reflections in trigonometric graphs This resource has high quality information, which clearly recaps understanding and using all the graphs mentioned above. There is a quiz to help students recognise all the graphs, and plenty of practice questions so everyone is exam-ready. The questions have been borrowed from other resources, and some of the images are from other resources as well.
Mental Math StrategiesQuick View

Mental Math Strategies

Some resources explaining the meaning behind RaPa CoDa Numbo + an extra strategy. Useful for home learning as children can see examples and practice a few examples for themselves.
Theme Park Maths InvestigationQuick View

Theme Park Maths Investigation

A detailed and comprehensive maths investigation based on designing and running your own theme park. Task 1: Planning your site using squared paper on a £500,000 budget Task 2: Running your theme park Task 3: Deciding on entry price (revised) Task 4: Profit on entry fee (revised) Task 5 - Profit & Loss Task 6 - Annual Profit Task 7 - Making Improvements Task 8 - Running your theme park Task 9 - Entry Fee Task 10 - How many visitors? Task 11 - What are your profits Task 12 - Taxes and Insurance Task 13 - Your loan 18 further tasks now included taking you up to the final season (season 3) The investigation gives the children opportunities to practise key aspects of number including adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and finding percentages of numbers. The investigation takes the children through step by step, they are in complete control of their spending and decide exactly what is included in their park. It also gives the children an insight to running a business with taxes, insurance and running costs all included. They learn about the power of marketing and the effect this has on the visitors to their park and their profit. We have also included a spreadsheet which children can type into to work out their profit or loss and a smart board file to help with your teaching. Finally, we have added a ‘design an advert’ competition where the winner wins some spending money for their park.
GCSE Maths Rounding & EstimationQuick View

GCSE Maths Rounding & Estimation

Powerpoint contains everything you need to teach rounding to decimals place, signifcant figures and estimation. Includes : approx 3 lessons Starter rounding to nearest 10,100, 1000 Examples on rounding to 1 , 2 3 decimals places all followed by differentiated sets of questions with answers. Also includes worded versions Significant figures Includes examples on rounding to 1, 2,3 significant figures. Students try rounding famous twitter account statistics Rounding code breaker included. Estimation GCSE Exam style estimation question included all with answers, Included functional estimation questions with answers also. Plenary and assessment activities all included throughout. Great for all year, included GCSE Revision. Please if you have the time review my resources - It will be very much Appreciated :)
7 Plus Maths TestQuick View

7 Plus Maths Test

7 Plus Maths Test This resource can be used in preparation for the 7 Plus. If you liked this resource and think it is worth 5 stars, why not leave a review and get another one absolutely free? All you need to do is email your TES username, and state which resource you would like to redeem.
Maths Display PackQuick View

Maths Display Pack

Maths Display Pack which includes: Title Number cards from 0-100 5 key questions Vocabulary sign This week we are learning to … Place value grid
SATS Maths revisionQuick View

SATS Maths revision

21 x Y6 SAT Revision PowerPoints They have a range of KS2 reasoning and arithmetic questions that are based around topics that are likely to appear in this years KS2 SAT. Ideal for short revision sessions or quick 20 minute starters to maths sessions.
GCSE Maths Escape RoomQuick View

GCSE Maths Escape Room

Brand New MATHS Special Escape Room - Virtual Escape Room from Dr Dreadful’s Mansion by Cre8tive Resources! This lasts an hour or under depending on how quick the teams can solve each puzzle! Students love this style of lesson, great as an educational treat for your class to start the year and engage them in some mathematical problem solving. C8/ES/102 Product Contents: Escape Room Interactive Tracker PowerPoint - Keeps the competitive nature on display Escape Room Puzzle Keys (Six Sets for Six Teams) Escape Room Team sheet - Record codes, answers clues as they progress through the 7 rooms Escape Room Puzzles (7 Rooms = 7 Different styles of Puzzles involving numeracy, literacy and lateral thinking) Teacher Answer Sheet - Quickly confirm to teams they have solved the puzzle correctly Teacher instructions of how to set up the escape room and what to print and top tips and shortcuts. Successful Escape Certificates for those that complete the entire challenge (There is a difficult bonus escape too :) for any quick teams The 7 Rooms include: University, Dojo, Study Room, Igloo, Tower, Observatory and a Secret Location! (Each Puzzle has been adapted to suit the topic of this Escape Room (this one is very general and fun!) and is suitable to KS3 and KS4 Student studying towards GCSE Maths Our Philosophy We aim to help you equip students with the knowledge and skills to take ownership of their own learning. Our Products come ‘Ready-to-Teach’ with everything you need to teach fun and creative lessons. Our products are teacher-designed, classroom tested & student approved. You may also want to check out some of our popular selling MATHS resources for your students: ✰ Probability - Maths Escape room ✰ End of Term Maths Escape Room ✰ Algebra Escape Room ✰ Different Shapes - Escape Room ✰ Christmas Maths Escape Room ✰ Christmas Maths Bundle ✰ Sequence and Series Math Topic ✰ Numbers - Math Escape room ✰ Data and Statistics - Math Resource ✰ Careers in Maths ✰ Coordinate Geometry Resource