Fantastic resource!!! I am using this as a stimulus for an INSET which I am leading, the only thing I'm tweeking is by making it interactive so leaving areas for the children to add their own working out. And for my SEN, I'm having a small pouch attached to the display with lots of each shape cut out so that they can use the shapes to physically order them in a systematic way. I will also be adding photographs of my children tackling this. For Key stage 1, you could use a similiar set up but instead of shapes it could be a 2 by 3 egg box with 2 eggs inside - how many different positions could the eggs be placed in?
1. Maths sheet on bar charts: Children read the table of who was in the final in the past and what their results were and make a bar chart of how many goals were scored in each final throughout the years and answer some challenge questions about it. Differentiated - one is more scaffolded and the bar chart has been prepared, the other needs children to label their own bar chart.
There is also another sheet where children choose 5 countries and represent in a bar chart how many times each country has participated in the final.
2. Maths activity on finding all possibilities: Differentiated three ways. Children have the task of designing a new football kit for their favourite country and have to choose three (four) colours. They then find all possible ways of putting a new kit consisting of either shorts and t-shirt or shorts, t-shirt and socks together for their chosen colours. This activity comes with a notebook file to model.
3. A two pages long information sheet with facts about the past, this year's games and the mascot. This could be used for research (individually or whole class) when making posters/leaflets etc. Or maybe just to get the kids hooked on the UEFA...
This is only one resource. I also sell a pack of 6 UEFA resources (this one included) for £3.99 - search for 'UEFA EURO 2016 France Activities' by JennyGodfrey. THANK YOU.