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#### Describing Position, Direction and Movement. Differentiated Worksheets Year 1 (White Rose)

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A set of 2 differentiated worksheets based on Describing Position, Direction and Movement. Linked to the White Rose Maths Hub planning and they have clear evidence of reasoning and problem solving.
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#### Position, Direction and Movement Lesson Pack

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Four bright , colourful presentations that deal with Position and Movement: a) Early Position ( Revision or Introduction) b) Compass and Rotation c) Position and Direction d) Following Directions Includes active tasks that promote understanding , partner games and revision of positional words.
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#### Position Direction and Movement

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In this carefully designed, animated and fun PowerPoint and worksheet resource students; * briefly review clockwise and anti-clockwise turns by means of animated images of clocks and 11 other fun animated revolving images. *review quarter, two-quarter/half, three-quarter and four-quarter/whole fractions of a circle *Can play a simple following instruction game to review clockwise and anti-clockwise quarter, half, three-quarter and whole turns prior to or after watching a birds-eye animated image of a man standing on a divided circle making animated turns. *In pairs practice turning a pencil clockwise and anti-clockwise quarter, half, three-quarter and whole turns prior to or after viewing an example. Also included is an accompanying two page worksheet (in word &amp; PDF format) using the same pencil image to consolidate learning.
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#### Position, direction and movement

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Can you direct someone to the pet shop? This worksheet gives children the opportunity to write directions and see the real life applications of postion, direction and movement. LI: We are learniung how to describe a journey using correct vocabulary. SC: I can work out the right instructions to get the map.\nI set up a practical course prior to this activity, where children directed each other along a path using mathematical terminology. This sheet is designed to demonstrate and consolidate prior learning.
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#### Understand position, direction and movement

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An easy to use, free online adaptive quiz from Mangahigh. Follow and give instructions involving position, direction and movement. No need to register, just click on the link below to get started.
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#### Position, movement and directions

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A simple worksheet activity designed to encouage children to think about simple directional terminology based on our viewpoint (i.e. right and left depends on which way you are facing).\nWhen I did this with my class, we went into the gym / GP room and I laid out a path using masking tape. Children had to direct their partners around the course, therefore applying and understanding directions. Children are asked to write directions to get through the map. They can then invent their own map and path, and ask another child to work out the directions.
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#### Position and Direction: Year 2 - Summer Term - White Rose Maths

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This resource contains three packs of worksheets and activities designed to support the delivery of the White Rose Maths Scheme Year 2 Geometry: Position and Direction - Weeks 1-3 of the Summer Term. The resource focuses on the following White Rose Maths ‘small steps’ Describing movement Describing turns Describing movement and turns Making patterns with shapes The resource contains 43 worksheets / activities (concrete, pictorial and abstract) linked to the above small steps with an emphasis on the mastery approach to learning advocated by the White Rose scheme and includes reasoning and problem-solving tasks. Answer keys and solutions are included. These resources will develop the pupils ability to achieve the following Year 2 Maths National Curriculum Objectives:- Use mathematical vocabulary to describe position, direction and movement including movement in a straight line and in distinguishing between rotation as a turn and in terms of right angles for quarter, half and three-quarter turns (clockwise and anti-clockwise directions). Order and arrange combinations of mathematical objects in patterns and sequences. More Maths Resources To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow.
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#### WRM Year 2 Summer Block 1 Position and Direction

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This resource follows the White Rose Planning Small Steps for the Year 2 Summer term unit on Position, Direction and Movement. There are 4 lessons or small steps. the plan format is split into ‘let’s talk about it’,’ let’s do it’ and '‘let’s use it’. All the activities are included, some of which are differentiated and all lessons include a greater depth activity. The flipchart will guide you through each lesson. It includes 27 pages of questions, prompts and activities. The resources are made using our school cursive script which you could keep (as I have included all resources as a pdf), or you could change to a different font as I have also included them as word documents.
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#### Position and Direction : Year 1 - Summer Term - White Rose Maths

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This resource has been designed to support the delivery of the White Rose Maths Scheme Year 1 Geometry: Position and Direction - Year 1 GEOMETRY: Position and Direction– Summer Term - Block 3 – Week 6 The resource focuses on the following White Rose Maths ‘small steps’ Describe turns Describe Position (1) Describe Position (2) The resource contains 36 worksheets / activities (concrete, pictorial and abstract) linked to the above small steps with an emphasis on the mastery approach to learning advocated by the White Rose scheme and includes reasoning and problem-solving tasks. These resources will develop the pupils ability to achieve the following Year 2 Maths National Curriculum Objectives:- Describe position, direction and movement, including whole, half, quarter and three quarter turns Year 2 Geometry: Position and Direction More Maths Resources To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow.
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#### Position and Direction week plan

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4 day plan for KS1 Position and Direction Describe position, direction and movement, including whole, half, quarter and three-quarter turns *Includes* Positional language - in front, behind, underneath and above Near of Far - around, near, far and close Which Way - Left, right, forward and backwards *Alien game* Turning - Whole, half and quarter turns
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#### Position and Direction

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4 day PPT for KS1 Position and Direction Describe position, direction and movement, including whole, half, quarter and three-quarter turns *Includes* Positional language - in front, behind, underneath and above Near of Far - around, near, far and close Which Way - Left, right, forward and backwards *Alien game* Turning - Whole, half and quarter turns
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#### Position and Movement

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Give directions to the driver of a car or a motorcycle, using the language of position and movement. Aligned with Common Core Standards: 4.MD.5 Measurement and Data: Geometric measurement: understand concepts of angle and measure angles; 5.G.1 Geometry: Graph points on the coordinate plane to solve real-world and mathematical problems.
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#### Position and Direction : Year 2 - Summer Term - White Rose Maths

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This resource contains the first of three packs designed to support the delivery of the White Rose Maths Scheme Year 2 Geometry: Position and Direction - Weeks 1-3 of the Summer Term. The resource focuses on the following White Rose Maths ‘small steps’ Describing movement Describing turns Describing movement and turns Making patterns with shapes The resource contains 21 worksheets / activities (concrete, pictorial and abstract) linked to the above small steps with an emphasis on the mastery approach to learning advocated by the White Rose scheme and includes reasoning and problem-solving tasks. Answer keys and solutions are included. These resources will develop the pupils ability to achieve the following Year 2 Maths National Curriculum Objectives:- Use mathematical vocabulary to describe position, direction and movement including movement in a straight line and in distinguishing between rotation as a turn and in terms of right angles for quarter, half and three-quarter turns (clockwise and anti-clockwise directions). Order and arrange combinations of mathematical objects in patterns and sequences. Year 2 Geometry: Position and Direction - Week 2 Year 2 Geometry: Position and Direction - Week 3 Year 2 Geometry: Position and Direction Bundle More Maths Resources To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow.
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#### Writing Directions Writing Frame Position and Movement

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A sheet to scaffold the writing of directions including key vocabulary at the bottom of the page. I've used to get children to write a range of directions between 2 places in the school or school grounds. MTH1-17a
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#### Direction and Movement - Year 2

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KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Direction and Movement – Geometry Year 2 In this Year 2 teaching resource pupils are taught to use mathematical vocabulary to describe direction and movement as per the statutory requirements of the new Year 2 programme of study – Geometry – position and direction. It includes an animated 40 slide PowerPoint presentation, interactive activities and 3 accompanying worksheets. As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, Direction and Movement – Geometry Year 2 is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. To preview KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Direction and Movement – Geometry Year 2 in more detail please click on the PowerPoint images.
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#### Position & Direction Year 4 (Unit of Work)

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All Year 4 Position and Direction Objectives Covered: → All position and direction National Curriculum statements covered through detailed PowerPoints, Worksheets and Answer Sheets for all questions. → All PowerPoints are highly differentiated, animated and highly thought through to ensure a smooth and logical explanation of the key information. → All PowerPoints contain clear learning objectives, differentiated success criteria, animated count-down timers along with engaging starter activities and differentiated plenary activities. → All Worksheets perfectly tie into the associated PowerPoints with 5 levels of differentiation challenge. → All success criteria and learning objectives from the PowerPoints are visible on the worksheets, providing a unified and consistent lesson structure → Describe positions on a 2-D grid as coordinates in the first quadrant → Describe movements between positions as translations of a given unit to the left/right and up/down → Plot specified points and draw sides to complete a given polygon
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#### 'Pokemon Go' position and direction grid.

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This is a Pokemon go (I can't find the accented e!) grid that I've used in the local area I teach. This can be changed by using Googlemaps or Bing and print screening the area you want to use instead. I handwrote the scales on the x and y axis to further differentiate with my class. There are differentiated sets of questions based on movement, but I moved the Pokemon on the grid to points and used them for a set of co-ordinates activities also. Lots of ways they can be used! For those not so in love with Pokemon as I, there is even a 'cheat sheet' to help you identify the Pokemon on the grid. Happy hunting!
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#### KS1: Position and Direction Pack

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This is a bundle of my Year 1 and Year 2 Position & Direction units of work that cover position & direction objectives in KS1 at a discounted price. Both packs (5-10 days each) have great fun characters and activities to engage the children and make learning fun! Whether you are a Year 1 or Year 2 teacher, having both packs will cover all abilities and challenge more able children. I have also added my Foundation Subject Tracking spreadsheet for free for you to use (or not) as you wish! Objectives covered, Year 1: Describe position, direction and movement, including whole, half, quarter and three-quarter turns Objectives covered, Year 2: Use mathematical vocabulary to describe position, direction and movement, including movement in a straight line and distinguishing between rotation as a turn and in terms of right angles for quarter, half and three-quarter turns (clockwise and anti-clockwise) More like this... KS1 Singapore Maths KS1 Fractions Bundle KS1 Spellings Bundle
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#### Year 4 – Geometry: Position and direction – Summer week 11 – Block 6 - Introducing translation

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This pack of resources covers Year 4 Geometry: position and direction week 11 of the summer term. The resources support a mastery approach to teaching mathematics. CPA (Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract) is promoted throughout therefore ensuring you have appropriate concrete resources in your classroom is recommended to make full use of the packs. Week 4 includes worksheets and activities on: Describing a position Describing a position with coordinates Drawing on a grid Moving on a grid Describing a movement on a grid I hope you find the resources useful. Feedback is very welcome.