#### multiples; factors and squares investigation

App learning objectives and activity on abundant numbers, also square number investigation.
Extension for more able children of using formula to find the area of a rectangle

App learning objectives and activity on abundant numbers, also square number investigation. Extension for more able children of using formula to find the area of a rectangle

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App learning objectives and activity on abundant numbers, also square number investigation.
Extension for more able children of using formula to find the area of a rectangle

By cathy911

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The children are required to roll dice to generate numbers and decide where to place them on a venn diagram; they need to decide on the labels for a venn diagram.

By cathy911

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I find these handouts very useful to give the students as homework; they can be trimmed and then stuck into exercise books. The students like them and they save on marking time.

By jlcaseyuk

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Awesome activity borrowed and adapted from Nrich. I use coloured 1cm squares of paper and the children have a multiplication grid at the start to find patterns. The main session begins with the question: 'What does a square number look like?&'. The children love finding the shapes and it gives them an idea of pattern and structure. The extension is to find all of the numbers to one hundred and collate them in the table using the shapes as a guide but using mental skills to use and apply their understanding.

By Doogal46

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Three resource sheet to support mastery using reasoning with decimals.<br />
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Two are gladiator themed - one adapted for higher ability pupils.<br />
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The other resource is more class themed.

By cathy911

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These are APP linked activities where the more able children are extended to investigate whether the centre part of a venn diagram is ab, when one area = a and the other = b. They are to find examples to prove and disprove the statement.
There are also APP learning objectives for children who are at the stage of finding common multiples

By cathy911

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3 levels of 'find all possibilities' in the context of Tudors
Encourages the use of = as balance sign

By cathy911

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Flip- chart moves through stages of multiplication as repeated addition and then an array. Can be made more practical (fun) by having a collection of small pairs of socks and lots of real life examples of an array. Also children love the chocolate challenge!<br />
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By jreadshaw

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Ideas, planning, teaching activities and differentiated worksheets for beginning division.<br />
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By jreadshaw

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Lesson plan, teaching resources and differentiated work for 3 lessons<br />
1) Partitioning numbers into tens and units (MA hundreds)<br />
2) Adding multiples of 10.<br />
3) Using partitioning strategy for addition.<br />
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By jreadshaw

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This is a nice activity to introduce the idea of ratio, by using sequences. Suitable for KS2.<br />
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I found it useful to use pieces of card (e.g. 1 yellow for every 2 blue) to visually demonstrate beforehand (using volunteers - each holding the correct ratio) and show how to record this into a table on the whiteboard as you go, before using this resource as the main activity. <br />
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I also allowed children to use counters at their table to aid them whilst completing the worksheet, as this was very beneficial to some learners.

By Miss-Becky

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