A series of cards showing matching money values, made up of different coins. Learners can be asked to match up equal values, use as X just fish type game or each card may be used as a flash card to test learners ability to recognise monetary units.
Children can use these cards to play 'snap' or 'pick up pairs' to help them practice rounding decimals to the nearest tenth (10p) or whole number (£). Nice starter, plenary or consolidation activity. Game rules simply explained on 3rd page.
A money game for children in KS1. Children have to use purses and wallets from the classroom to "scoop" out the coins, count the total, draw the coins on the answer sheet and record the total.
A powerpoint presentation showing digital and analogue time. Suitable for upper KS1, lower KS2. This file can be used as an inspiration for the development of your own ideas for putting across to a whole class a particular teaching point. This is particularly effective if a digital projector can be used.
<p>This power point presentation is mainly targeted to AS and A2 students studying French. However, there are some tasks that can be tackled by KS4 students as they are linked to some areas of experience studied in year 10 and 11. It offers a mixture of linguistic and cultural tasks. All the attainment targets are present. The notes provided will guide the teachers through different activities, including group work and audio-visual authentic material.</p>
<p>This resource contains a web guide from MTN which may be used to create newspaper templates that will allow you to create a newspaper quickly and easily. You can choose a template and create a newspaper a page at a time. It can then be printed and saved locally. The resource also has a series of tabloid newspaper template that may be printed immediately.</p>
Below are word documents with the new Curriculum 2014 objectives for each year group in the primary phase. I thought of using them by RAG rating children's understanding of the objectives featured. Use each year group objective sheet to suit the individual needs of groups of children in your class.
There are 4 sets of questions (Number, Algebra, Shape, Data) which are mainly A and A* (with some lower grade questions from topics which students struggle with, e.g. percentages, constructions). PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. Students work in pairs or small groups to answer the questions. When they finish a question they get it marked and if it is correct they are given cash to the value of the question. There are bank notes which you can put your school name and pictures of your teachers on. The team with the most money at the end could be given a prize.
Attached is a document for use in children's books to set and assess objectives in Year 1 - old national curriculum levels are included for Year 1
Yr1 Commenced = 1c
Yr1 Developing = 1c+/1b
Yr 1 Secure = 1b+/1a
Objectives could be dated and highlighted as achieved