KS3 / Low Ability KS4 resource on introducing prime numbers and then leading on to how to write a number as a product of its prime factors. Examples with solutions included and plenty of questions with answers. All you need to teach a lesson on this topic.
Lesson that I made with the help of some other resources found on TES: Pupils will investigate prime numbers to 20 and explain why they are prime numbers, and work out which numbers less than 100 are prime numbers.
<p>An easy to use, free online adaptive quiz from Mangahigh.</p>
<p>Understand the definition of a prime number as an integer with exactly 2 factors and be able to test for a number being prime. Know that 2 is the first prime number and the only even prime number. No need to register, just click on the link below to get started.</p>
Cut out the circles and measure the radius, diameter and circumference of them. (use string for circumference and then measure that).
There is also a sheet for recording which helps the children to see the link between radius and diameter.
Some resources I made for my Kindergarten/Grade 1. The sorting activity is one I found but updated with things more relevant.<br/>Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-SC, ECE-SC-na
This is a great way to offer your class practice and review in an important second grade math skill. Your students will enjoy the whimsical graphics as they practice. Task cards are great for individual practice, early finishers, and class practice. <br />
This collection has 64 task cards to practice adding three <br />
two-digit numbers.<br />
A student answer sheet and key are included. <br />
This product has 120 Task Cards to provide practice solving for an unknown in each of the four operations. The cards provide practice using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve equations. The cards have a fun shark theme to make them engaging. Answer key, student sheets, and a mini poster that can be used as part of a center are included.<br />
Aligned with CCSS.Math.Content.6 EE.A.2
This is a set of audio multiplication tables. Each has the table spoken with backing track, then spoken again but leaving a space for pupils to say/shout/chant the answer. MP3 files can be downloaded and burnt to disc.<br />
Pupils enjoy getting in the 'groove' as they learn and practise their tables. At the end of each table there is a sound effect; applause, laughter, bubbles, cartoon jumps etc., which the children particularly enjoy.<br />
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3 weeks of maths homework for year 7. The homework is non-calculated and can be used as revision ready for a Maths Test or end of year test. <br />
It can also be used for the National Numeracy Tests in Wales. <br />
I have also given a copy of the blank table so you can create your own homework for a topic or for some revision.<br />
You can also use these sheets as a starter or a plenary. <br />
If you want the FULL six weeks of homework then there is a cost for all six of them. <br />
Please, can you leave a comment for any improvements or anything that is good about it?
Practise simplifying the square roots of the numbers 1-64 on this grid and see if you can see any patterns in the surds that you get. Why do you get these patterns? Can you predict what will happen if you extend the grid?
This powerpoint contains 6 questions as a starter to a maths lesson. This is used for revision purposes for the National Numeracy Tests in Wales. <br />
It contains questions and answers from the 2014 paper. Get the pupils understanding the types of questions and how to find them out.<br />
You can change some of the ways that I use and taught my classes to use.<br />
Please comment below on any feedback that you have about this resource, and any improvements would be useful.
Try before you buy! This free demo features 2 free example worksheet generators, subtraction and decimal calculations.<br />
If you like this, the full version featuring 12 worksheet generators:<br />
1. column addition<br />
2. mixed addition (students to set out their own columns)<br />
3. mixed subtraction<br />
4. long multiplication<br />
5. division (short & long)<br />
6. easier arithmetic mixed<br />
7. harder arithmetic mixed<br />
8. times tables<br />
9. adding fractions<br />
10. mixed fractions calculations<br />
11. decimal calculations<br />
12. negative numbers<br />
is currently available to be purchased here for £3:50<br />
View before you buy- Free demo version to preview!<br />
Maths booklet with 10 tasks all based around the theme of the stone age aimed at the new objectives for lower KS2. <br />
• compare, add and subtract mass (kg/g)<br />
• solve problems, including missing number problems<br />
• 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables<br />
• compare and order number, inc. fractions<br />
• add and subtract numbers <br />
• Multiplying 2-digit by 1-digit<br />
• make 3-D shapes using modelling materials<br />
• measure lengths and find area<br />
• interpret and present data using pictograms and tables<br />
If you like this then the full resource complete with 2 booklets at different levels of difficulty and all solutions can be purchased here for £3.50:<br />
Lesson(s) on comparing phone tariffs by forming expressions for the costs and substituting - then activity comparing different tariffs - could extend into spreadsheets- useful for KS3/KS4 building functional money skills.<br />
***Was originally a UK version in £'s and pence, have updated this version to $'s and cents
Free demo version - try before you buy!<br />
If you like this product, the full version including all solutions plus a printable pdf version for laminating can be purchased here:<br />