Adding 10 - Loop cards (Pirate themed)Quick View

Adding 10 - Loop cards (Pirate themed)

A beautiful set of loop cards that will encourage children to practise adding 10 to any number. It is created in a pirate theme but is an engaging resource whatever your topic. This is a tried and tested resource - my class loved it. This can be used as a group activity or as a whole class activity (There are 36 cards in total).
Mandem2014
Percentage and Fraction Loop CardsQuick View

Percentage and Fraction Loop Cards

Loop cards: an activity that can be used on the IWB or prinnted out as cards. Students match equivalent percentage and fractions cards. Ideal for KS2, KS3 and KS4 students.
mhg
decimal fraction loop cardsQuick View

decimal fraction loop cards

good as starter or plenary equival decimal & fraction loop cards, to be used individually or in a group like dominoes. Other topics covered: Number
mhg
Rules of Indices (Loop Cards)Quick View

Rules of Indices (Loop Cards)

This download contains four sets of cards. Students choose a set and sort them into order by answering the questions. Then they try to do it faster using a different set, which has a different sort order. Click --> https://tes.com/.../loop-cards for Loop Cards on other topics. -- The cards can either be used by individuals, pairs or small groups. My favourite use is for two students to have different versions of the cards and race each other. They then check their answers, shuffle, swap packs and race again (quickest overall time wins!) Solutions and instructions are included. Cut out card size is approx. 65 x 90 mm.
Maths4Everyone
Telling the Time Loop CardsQuick View

Telling the Time Loop Cards

A set of three loop card games with a teaching clock image on one side and a question on the reverse. Set 1 - O'clock and half past times Set 2 - Quarter past, half past and quarter to times Set 3 - A mixture of all times including 5 minute intervals How to Play (Up to 15 players) All players sit with image side of the card facing up. First player asks a question e.g. 'Who has 5 past 9?' The player with the image of 5 past 9 answers 'I have' before turning their card over and asking the question on the reverse. Children continue in this way until a player reveals a red traffic light, by which point everybody will have had a turn.
jodyo
Trigonometry Loop CardsQuick View

Trigonometry Loop Cards

Two sets of Loop Cards on finding lengths and angles in right angled triangles using Trigonometry. Set B is slightly more tricky than Set A, mainly in identifying which side is which. The answers are given on the final page, both sets have the same order. Great as a recap of the skills needed in Trigonometry.
dsc505
Decimal to Fraction Domino Loop CardsQuick View

Decimal to Fraction Domino Loop Cards

A fun way to learn fractions and decimals! A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning. INSTRUCTIONS: -For 2 or more players. -Divide the cards between the players. -Get the pupils to answer each fraction question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other. -If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop! Print on card, cut out, and away you go!
MrsLauraAtkins
Multiplication Loop CardsQuick View

Multiplication Loop Cards

A great mental maths resource which is perfect for the beginning of the lesson. However what makes these loop cards different to other packs is that they are differentiated, meaning that all the children in the group/class can be challenged or participate in the activity. This pack of loop cards are differentiated three ways and are indicated by a traffic light. Red light - designed for the more able children in the class/group Yellow light - designed for the middle group in the class Green light - designed for the less able children in the class/group Once the class or group have completed the loop card activity once, why not time them to see if they can complete the 'loop' in a faster time. Each child could keep the same card or they can be rotated between groups. TOP TIP - After printing, why not laminate so that you have a resource which can be used over and over again? Included in this set are 32 loop cards which include multiplication questions from 2x to 12x tables. There are 4 loop cards on each A4 sheet, making them easy to keep and store.
ResourceCentre
Addition Loop CardsQuick View

Addition Loop Cards

A great mental maths resource which is perfect for the beginning of the lesson. However what makes these loop cards different to other packs is that they are differentiated, meaning that all the children in the group/class can be challenged or participate in the activity. This pack of loop cards are differentiated three ways and are indicated by a traffic light. Red light - designed for the more able children in the class/group Yellow light - designed for the middle group in the class Green light - designed for the less able children in the class/group Once the class or group have completed the loop card activity once, why not time them to see if they can complete the 'loop' in a faster time. Each child could keep the same card or they can be rotated between groups. TOP TIP - After printing, why not laminate so that you have a resource which can be used over and over again? Included in this set are 32 loop cards which include two digit plus two digit addition questions. There are 4 loop cards on each A4 sheet, making them easy to keep and store. They are differentiated the following way. Red light - two digit plus two digit with bridging through 10 and a 100 Yellow light - two digit plus two digit with bridging through 10 Green light - two digit plus two digit with no bridging through 10
ResourceCentre
Shape & Space Loop CardsQuick View

Shape & Space Loop Cards

A great mental maths resource which is perfect for the beginning of the lesson. However what makes these loop cards different to other packs is that they are differentiated, meaning that all the children in the group/class can be challenged or participate in the activity. This pack of loop cards are differentiated three ways and are indicated by a traffic light. Red light - designed for the more able children in the class/group Yellow light - designed for the middle group in the class Green light - designed for the less able children in the class/group Once the class or group have completed the loop card activity once, why not time them to see if they can complete the 'loop' in a faster time. Each child could keep the same card or they can be rotated between groups. TOP TIP - After printing, why not laminate so that you have a resource which can be used over and over again? Included in this set are 32 loop cards which include questions about the properties of 2D and 3D shapes, angles, area and perimeter. There are 4 loop cards on each A4 sheet, making them easy to keep and store.
ResourceCentre
Ratio Loop Cards ActivityQuick View

Ratio Loop Cards Activity

This activity is 30 loop cards or dominoes which tests pupils ability to match up equivalent ratios and divide amounts in a given ratio. It would be ideal to use as a starter, plenary or revision.
jtodd854
Fraction Loop CardsQuick View

Fraction Loop Cards

A great mental maths resource which is perfect for the beginning of the lesson. However what makes these loop cards different to other packs is that they are differentiated, meaning that all the children in the group/class can be challenged or participate in the activity. This pack of loop cards are differentiated three ways and are indicated by a traffic light. Red light - designed for the more able children in the class/group Yellow light - designed for the middle group in the class Green light - designed for the less able children in the class/group Once the class or group have completed the loop card activity once, why not time them to see if they can complete the 'loop' in a faster time. Each child could keep the same card or they can be rotated between groups. TOP TIP - After printing, why not laminate so that you have a resource which can be used over and over again? Included in this set are 32 loop cards which include questions where the children have to find the fractions of numbers. There are 4 loop cards on each A4 sheet, making them easy to keep and store.
ResourceCentre
Measures Loop CardsQuick View

Measures Loop Cards

A great mental maths resource which is perfect for the beginning of the lesson. However what makes these loop cards different to other packs is that they are differentiated, meaning that all the children in the group/class can be challenged or participate in the activity. This pack of loop cards are differentiated three ways and are indicated by a traffic light. Red light - designed for the more able children in the class/group Yellow light - designed for the middle group in the class Green light - designed for the less able children in the class/group Once the class or group have completed the loop card activity once, why not time them to see if they can complete the 'loop' in a faster time. Each child could keep the same card or they can be rotated between groups. TOP TIP - After printing, why not laminate so that you have a resource which can be used over and over again? Included in this set are 32 loop cards which include questions about converting measures (mass, length, capactiy and time) as well as some challenging questions about converting between metric and imperial. There are 4 loop cards on each A4 sheet, making them easy to keep and store.
ResourceCentre
Time Domino Loop CardsQuick View

Time Domino Loop Cards

A fun way to learn and reinforce telling the time and understanding the time in both analogue and digital. includes 3 sets of cards: 1. time on the hour, half hour and quarter to and past 2. time in 5 minute intervals 3. time in 1 minute intervals A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning. INSTRUCTIONS: -For 2 or more players. -Divide the cards between the players. -Get the pupils to answer each fraction question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other. -If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop! Print on card, cut out, and away you go!
MrsLauraAtkins
Loop Cards - Area of a CircleQuick View

Loop Cards - Area of a Circle

A set of 30 loop cards. The answer to each question can be found at the top of another card. There is a card number at the bottom of each to help if pupils get stuck. One of the files attached has the order that the cards go in, this will help you spot where pupils may have gone wrong (or check that they are working through them properly). This set is on finding the area of a circle given the radius or diameter.
bcooper87
Multiplication Loop CardsQuick View

Multiplication Loop Cards

There are 21 loop cards in this pack, making use of all of the times tables (suitable for Year 4-6). This resource is on powerpoint, so simply print each slide per page.
em_hayes713