Maths puzzle: Which pictures are similar?
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Maths puzzle: Which pictures are similar?

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Check out DoodleMaths for more free resources. Copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2dhr1wA Which pictures are alike? Which designs match up? Can you match the shapes? Geometry Position and direction: work with patterns of shapes, including those in different orientations Property of shapes: compare and classify geometric shapes based on their properties and sizes Include this in summer holiday packs as a fun activity for children to do.
Reading backwards: using mirrors and reflections
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Reading backwards: using mirrors and reflections

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Get more free resources like this on DoodleMaths. Just copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2e38emw These sentences are written backwards or upside down. Decode and write the answer alongside. Include these puzzles as starters or print off as holiday homework.
Singapore method - bar modelling: how to teach ratio
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Singapore method - bar modelling: how to teach ratio

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A step-by-step lesson plan on how to teach ratio using the Singaporean bar modelling method. Love this? You can check out more of our free resources at DoodleMaths by copying and pasting this into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2dsTXzG
Maths starter: geometry and patterns
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Maths starter: geometry and patterns

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Get more free resources from DoodleMaths by copying and pasting this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2dRLF5D Geometry: Position and direction Order and arrange mathematical objects in patterns and sequences. Perfect starter for a maths lesson focusing on geometry and patterns. Ideal for printing and sending home over the summer holidays for pupils.
Fraction, percentage, and ratio problem solving
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Fraction, percentage, and ratio problem solving

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Robotic Ratios An engaging fraction, percentage and ratio resource ideal for whole class use in Years 5 and 6. Perfect as a whole class starter that all children can access at suitable starting points. Problem solving is clearly differentiated, with questions designed for children to show secure understanding and extend into mastery thinking by proving concepts. Like this? Get more free resources and free access to DoodleMaths by copying and pasting this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2ewDoar
Hats off! Fun addition starter
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Hats off! Fun addition starter

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Get more free resources and free DoodleMaths for your class. Copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2dU70gI Work on place value and addition with this fun starter! Place value: Count, read and write numbers to 100 in numerals; count in multiples of twos, fives and tens. Addition and subtraction: Solve addition two-step problems in contexts, deciding which operations and methods to use and why.
Match the patch: making and matching patterns
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Match the patch: making and matching patterns

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DoodleMaths has more free resources for you on our site. Copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2e2ytP5 Each of the groups on the left match with a group on the right. Can you match them up? Work on geometry (position and direction) - order and arrange combinations of mathematical objects in patterns and sequences. Print this worksheet off to include in summer holiday pack for children to take home. Use as a fun starter to a lesson on patterns and positioning of shapes.
Find the rule: number patterns
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Find the rule: number patterns

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This worksheet focuses on finding number rules and patterns. Perfect to use as a morning starter, a task for early finishers, or a way to begin your maths lesson. You can find more great resources from DoodleMaths by copying and pasting this into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2d4xA7x
Problem solving with number facts, addition and subtraction
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Problem solving with number facts, addition and subtraction

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Logic Squares Designed as a whole class starter, Logic Squares challenges children to apply their knowledge of number facts, addition and subtraction to solve problems. Appropriate for Years 3/4/5, Logic Squares provides different starting points and appropriate level of challenge and stretch to engage the whole class. Like this? Get free resources and access to free DoodleMaths by copying and pasting this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2fxWGJr
Problem solving using the four operations
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Problem solving using the four operations

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Monster Mayhem Problem Solving using the four operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Engaging whole class starter with clear differentiated questions providing suitable starting points, stretch and challenge from Years 3-5. Monster Mayhem can be used to secure understanding or to develop mastery through its open ended explore challenge. Like this? Get more resources and access to DoodleMaths for free by pasting this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2fOWi8X
Complete the number sequence
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Complete the number sequence

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We have more free resources for you, plus free DoodleMaths for your class. Just copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2e387aC Numbers: place value - identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations. Numbers: addition and subtraction - solve problems, including missing number problems, using number facts, place value, and more complex addition. Perfect as a starter or to consolidate work on number sequences and patterns.
Geometry: position and direction, making patterns
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Geometry: position and direction, making patterns

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Head over to the DoodleMaths website for more free resources. Just copy and paste this link into your browser: http://bit.ly/2e2zgj1 Geometry Position and direction: order and arrange mathematical objects in patterns and sequences. Use as part of a starter to a maths lesson, or print out for children to take home and do over the summer holidays.
Problem solving with fractions and percentages
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Problem solving with fractions and percentages

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Face in the Crowd An engaging whole class starter ideal for Upper KS2. Designed with differentiated starting points, consolidation and extension questioning, this resource encourages children to apply their knowledge of fractions and percentages tin a problem solving context. Like this? Get more free resources and free access to DoodleMaths by copying and pasting this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2g9tJHr
Addition mazes
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Addition mazes

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Can you make these totals by adding the numbers as you go? Numbers Addition: recall and use addition facts to 20 fluently, and derive and use related facts up to 100. Looking for more free maths resources? Check out DoodleMaths by copying and pasting this link into your browser: http://bit.ly/2d9py8x
Maths starter: Position and direction of shapes
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Maths starter: Position and direction of shapes

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Head over to our DoodleMaths site to get more free resources and a free version of the app to use with your students forever. Just copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2e39Exa Order the shapes in each group from smallest to largest. Geometry Position and direction: comparing and sorting common 2D shapes Use this as a starter or print off and send home with children over the summer holidays as part of a pack.
Number puzzles: addition lines
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Number puzzles: addition lines

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Perfect to be used as a starter for your maths lesson on number problems, addition, and place value. Solve problems, including missing number problems, using number facts, place value and more complex addition and subtraction. Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations Looking for more free resources? Copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2e2y1jK
Juggling with numbers: making number sentences with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
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Juggling with numbers: making number sentences with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division

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Copy and paste this link into your address bar to get more free resources: http://bit.ly/2d9tciO Working on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Solve one-step problems that involve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, using concrete objects and pictorial representations, and missing number problems. Perfect to be used as a starter for a maths lesson focusing on improving confidence and ability in using the four operations.
Hats off! Number and addition worksheet
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Hats off! Number and addition worksheet

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Throw three balls into the hats - what scores can you get? Number Place value: Count, read, and write numbers to 100 in numerals; count in multiples of twos, fives and tens. Addition and multiplication: Solve addition and multiplication problems in contexts, deciding which operations and methods to use and why. Copy and paste this link into your address bar for more free resources: http://bit.ly/2dIexBs
Making number totals using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
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Making number totals using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

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We have more free resources for you! Copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2ebxkVj Addition and subtraction: represent and use number bonds and related subtraction facts within 20 Multiplication and division: recall multiplication and division factors for multiplication tables up to 12 x 12 Perfect to use as a starter for a maths lesson focusing on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Venn diagrams, maths puzzles
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Venn diagrams, maths puzzles

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The children at Dale Primary School play these games at breaktime. Where can each child be found? Statistics Solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in bar charts, pictograms, tables and other graphs. Looking for more free resources like these? We have more for you, just copy and paste this link into your address bar: http://bit.ly/2e2vOVC