An easy to use, free online adaptive quiz from Mangahigh.
Solve problems by collecting, selecting, processing, presenting and interpreting raw data and data in tables and lists .
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Demonstrates how to collect data about favourite flavours of ice cream and organise the data into a block graph. How can we find out which is the most popular ice cream flavour? We could try asking the question 'Do you like ice cream?' but is this a suitable question? If not, why not? We must ask the right questions to get the right data. Once collected, it is important to sort the data. You can display data visually in a block graph for easy interpretation.
Two full math sessions with lesson plans, warm up maths activities, lesson introduction, student support sheet, differentiated worksheets, a loop game plenary and a homework activity.
Full colour images to motivate and engage students with the real life topics - Car Mileage and House Prices.
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A complete lesson including; lesson plan, starter activity, differentiated activity worksheets and homework task.
The differentiated worksheets are identical in appearance but have values of varying levels of difficulty - this should reduce the students awareness of who has the 'easier' task, allow you to support the self esteem of students.
Answers provided for speedy teacher marking.
A complete math session involving pounds and ounces.
The resources include a lesson plan with a starter game instructions, differentiated worksheets for different abilities, a homework activity and a loop game.
Measurements relate to real life animals and real images of animals are included to motivate students.
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This collection of work has been designed to help settle pupils and teachers into the new year. The 'How I feel about school' booklet provides an indication of the emotional feelings of the pupils. The student handbook provides practical support for the daily/weekly organisation of the pupils. The Phonics Record Keeping records are useful for pupils and parents to see how they are making progress. While the ' I don't want to!' resources and the 'Summer Shape' sorting activities are useful homework packages.