This is a shape, space and measure plan to help children understand and use the vocabulary related to distance.
A self contained lesson in a powerpoint presentation that covers the basics of shape, area, perimeter and measurements. Students are asked to consider why making measurements of shapes are important, followed by practice of basic skills. The lesson concludes with applied examples such as calculating the area of coverage from a heart shape in a Valentine's day card.
Tarsia are a fantastic revision and consolidation tool and great fun. You will need the Tarsia jigsaw puzzle maker just go to the link. These tarsia cover Shape, Space and Measure. Enjoy :-)
A selection of activities and lessons to use in classes when teaching shape, space and measures. Includes activities and power point on identifying horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines, adding and subtracting weight, and shapes to draw and label.
Requires pupils to use thinking, measuring, estimation and teamwork to develop and budget for decorating a flat. Pupils can also work out how much they would need to earn to live there for real. PSHE, citizenship, jobs, careers, painting and decorating are explored through investigation and team work. Pupils present findings by sticking ideas, budgets and colour schemes on a collage type poster which makes good display work. To assess each pupil is given 3 post it notes and asked to grade one of the other projects as good, better and best. A tally can be made to decide an overall winner.
Based on the popular game show 'Pointless', this resource is perfect for use as a starter activity, plenary, or revision tool. Editable, so that you can change to any other topic or change the questions/answers. Containing sound clips, engaging visuals, and suitably challenging questions, this resource is effective at both promoting engagement and enhancing learning. There are several full rounds of questions to build students' understanding of shape, space, and measure, including: - Naming varied 2D Shapes (triangles and quadrilaterals) - Defining and understanding angles; - Unscrambling the names of units of measure; - Thinking about how many 3D shapes they can name. The nature of the game ensures that this resource can challenge students of all levels. NOTE: You can buy this resource alone, or in a bundle of 8 Pointless games, for only £1 more!
This is an amazing powerpoint which includes 34 slides on shape , space and measure. This powerpoint looks and is done proffessionaly. It has loads of information and is very good for revision and not only it is done professionaly but it is also a very good price. All the 34 pages are full of information and it is very fun , colourful and very helpful for revising.
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Get your class engaged with your shape, space, and measure topic from the very start with this exciting outdoor math scavenger hunt activity for grades 3 and 4. It’s also a fantastic way to assess what your class already know or have learnt during the topic. It’s a hassle free resource with minimum prep, designed to engage students with a wide range of learning styles. This pack contains 20 differentiated task cards that cover the following areas: 2d shape 3d shape Angles Area and perimeter Measuring & conversions -Symmetry My class had great fun in the outdoors while learning and recapping their skills. A fantastic lesson when the sun in shining! Contents: Teacher’s Guide 2 x Answer Sheets For The Children To Complete 20 x Task Cards Please don’t forget to rate this resource to let us know what you think. Also, be sure to visit my store and FOLLOW ME to see my new products and hear about upcoming sales!
This 9 page booklet is designed to help students and parents when with mathematical questions within their class and homework be it in Maths, Science, Geography, etc.. Topics Include: Time Perimeter Area Circles
Presentation to support EYFS understanding of measuring with non-standard units, comparison and ordering. Is set up so that the cube tower moves along to each object that needs to be measured when you click. Can be followed by an activity where pupils use cubes to measure objects of their choice. Encourages the use of language such as longer, shorter and taller.
I have been using this board and card sort set for confirming understanding and peer learning with Functional skills students for over 6 years now and it works really well I have also used this for fun GCSE revision, they took me a good while to create. What's in the set? An A3 Board for the cards Each board holds 12 matching pairs Ideally you would laminate the boards (3/4 needed) and the cards 84 in total (42 sets) Total cards 42 and 42 matching answers/descriptions to questions All brightly coloured with the backs, ready to print fold over and laminate, they are in a word format so you can edit them or change them as you wish, each back has a set number (use find and replace) to change the set number, so you can print off a few sets, saves them getting mixed up I usually do these for groups of two or three students to promote peer learning, split the cards up as you wish for different sessions, takes a while printing but worth the effort, great for encouraging team activities What's on the cards? 42 in total all around measure/shape with 42 responses/answers to match each card Naming shapes (most shapes) Area questions Perimeter questions Some volume questions Parts of circles Net diagrams This is a good resource to use as an activity or to confirm understanding at the end of a session, good fun, can be used with lots of ages depending on the programme they are working towards from Entry level 3 to Level 2 functional skills, primary or GCSE, great revision activity. . Thanks for taking the time to read about this, should you decide to use this resource please leave feedback, I would be happy to hear from you
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Christmas is the perfect time to put a coat on and head outside to do this differentiated Christmas Math Challenge with a space, shape, and measure focus. Your children will love measuring, scaling, and drawing these Christmas themed shapes onto the playground. Contents: - 6 x ‘draw the correctly sized objects’ sheets - 6 x ‘scale the object’ sheets Enjoy and have a wonderful Christmas! ----------------------------------- Please don’t forget to rate this product and provide feedback to earn credits that you can use toward future purchases on TpT. Also be sure to visit my store Saving The Teachers and FOLLOW ME to see my new products and hear about upcoming sales!
These space, shape, and measure task cards are perfect for your children to learn about measuring items accurately, perimeter and area, types of triangle, and types of angle. They are designed to be used outside in a variety of fun and interactive ways. Aimed at grades 3-4, however it is suitable for other age ranges. Contents: - 20 x Measurement Task Cards - 8 x Shape Task Cards - 3 x Answer / Question Sheets Possible ways to use the cards: Task Card Race: Place all of the cards in a pile and get the children to take and complete one at a time. See how many they can complete in a given time. Task Card Hunt: Stick the task cards up in various places around your grounds. The children must first hunt out the cards and then complete them. You could time how many they can find and complete in a given time. Photos: Integrate ICT into your lesson. Get the children to complete the task cards and record their evidence by taking a photo. Answer sheets: If you would rather the children record their evidence they can go around with the answer / question sheet completing the tasks. Get your learning in the best classroom of all. The Outdoors! 20 Measurement Task Cards Are Included ------------------------
Successfully used resources for teachers, teaching assistants, tutors, students, parents and guardians. This set covers shape, Space and Measure, approximately the first three years of high school. Each resource has a sheet which covers one main topic. So, in this set, we have 56 topics/pages/sheets. Using relevant paper, each sheet can be printed off as a set of sticky labels and stuck in students’ books, for discussion, motivation, marking, and reflection. Each shows what to do to get to a level and what to do to get to get to the next level. Can be used in various settings, one-to-one, in pairs, groups and whole class. Can also be successfully used when projected on to a wall or white-board.
Successfully used resources for teachers, teaching assistants, tutors, students, parents and guardians. This set covers Shape, Space and Measure, approximately the last three years of high school. Each resource has a sheet which covers one main topic. So, in this set, we have 56 topics/pages/sheets. Using relevant paper, each sheet can be printed off as a set of sticky labels and stuck in students’ books, for discussion, motivation, marking, and reflection. Each shows what to do to get to a level and what to do to get to get to the next level. Can be used in various settings, one-to-one, in pairs, groups and whole class. Can also be successfully used when projected on to a wall or white-board.
These are all individually available for free but if you don’t have the time to find them they are all here. They all find a joke or song title or film and I use them as quick homeworks, plenaries or starters to chack understanding.
This resource is developed with a non-verbal student in mind - the instruction is visual. I teach hand-over-hand first, then I remove this support as and when my student is ready to do the task independently.
This EYFS Recognising and Creating Patterns pack includes planning guidance and nine themed resources for observing Recognising and Creating Patterns. The planning guidance includes suggested uses for these resources, question prompts and an observation sheet which includes suggested links to other statements. The nine themed resources allow you to hand-pick a version which will interest all of the children in your class. You can find more EYFS Maths Resources here. The themes include: Autumn Winter Spring Summer Animals Dinosaurs People Who Help Us Superheroes & Fairy Tales Transport
18 maths activity home learning tasks for Nursery or Reception (Early Years). The focus is shape, space and measure. It is relevant and aligned to the Development Matters age bands and the new curriculum. Activities include basic measuring, weighing, pattern making and building as well as shape activities. There are a total of 18 activities that can easily be done at home split over two sheets. Activities are practical using items children will have at home. There are key questions to guide parents delivering the activities at home. There is an additional sheet of guidance for parents to assist them to support maths learning at home. Can be sent out during school closures, to support remote learning or as a homework or home learning grid.