I used this investigation for an 'outstanding' lesson with a lower attaining year 5 group. Could also be used for year 4.
I have included the smart notebook presentation to demonstrate task for children and also the details of the lesson and alternative possibilities.
This lesson has minimal preparation as long as you have access to Ipads.
Using 'Dexter and Dood - superheroes&', these multi-step problems brings together humour and maths to make these puzzles fun.
The children need to read the puzzle, identify the key information and then write the number sentence to solve each.
Differentiated to two levels.
The rest of my resources on Berlie Doherty’s ‘Street Child’. I teach a Year 4/5 class so it’s a mixture of the text-based unit and stories with historical settings. I hope it’s useful to someone!
See Week 1 for additional resources.
Smart notebooks and resources I have made to accompany the Street Child (by Berlie Doherty) text-based unit, I have a Year 4/5 class so have also linked it to elements of stories with histroical settings.
Also see WEEK 2 for additional resources.
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Easy to follow lesson plan
Very engaging slides
Audio and visual
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(I've also added some other popular files for good measure)