Finding differences between negative numbers using fictional bank balances displayed on ATM screens. Easily editable.<br /><br />One resource uses 1 and 2 digit negative numbers, one resource uses 4 digit negative numbers and the third uses 6 digit negative numbers.<br /><br />All resources include questions to answer using the images.
A set of slides to revise finding the totals between negative numbers with a simple worksheet for lower ability children. What's particularly useful is the SATs questions from previous years on this area that I included. The number 4 or 5 on each slide that has the SATs style question relates to a level 4 or 5.
The PowerPoint has 35 slides with each detailing a children's party game. You'll need to prepare the resources for each one (some don't need any). What it gives you is 35 great tried and tested ideas of what has worked for me so you won't have to do the thinking. I'd like to think the games are obvious but ....Message me if you can't work out what the game is (but only after you've asked a few of your colleagues or looked it up on the Web!)<br />
I've found that if you choose a few games to get warmed up. then you can flick through the PPT and see what the children want to do next.<br />
Do the opposite and Kims Game are included as they needed a PowerPoint too.<br />
Have fun :)!
great looking visually engaging interactive for helping learners positive and negative number relationships. Works well as a desk based help card. Laminate it to give it a longer life. I usually print these out as a large wall poster!<br />
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A fun revision game based on the television show The Million Pound Drop. This activity can be used for all ages and subjects by editing the questions and answers on the PowerPoint. Instructions on how to make the cash tokens is provided in the word document. This was a really fun quiz activity which would be excellent for an observation as it provided excellent opportunities to engage, differentiate and assess. This version is for English Language, but can be adapted for any subject or topic.