This product includes:
-Place Value Review
-Place Value Review (answer key)
-Place Value Test
-Place Value Test (answer key)
I like to use the Place Value Review as a homework assignment for the night before testing. This way we are able to correct it in class and clarify any tricky concepts prior to testing. It can also be used as a pre-assessment.
This “Basic” product assesses mastery of the following place value concepts:
a) standard form up to hundred millions
b) expanded form up to hundred millions
c) word form up to hundred millions
d) place value names up to hundred millions
e) place values up to hundred millions
This “Challenge” product assesses mastery of the following place value concepts:
a) standard form up to hundred billions
b) word form up to hundred billions
Sometimes we need to go back to the basics and this test is a perfect assessment for place value foundations. This test was designed for fourth and fifth grade students, however would be perfect for high flying third graders as an extension assessment.
12 pages total.
Answer keys included with grading rubric.
17.85 MB file in PDF format.
A 3rd Tarsia activity on place value. These type of activities can be used to consolidate understanding of a given topic, and foster positive group work and co-operative learning. For more ideas on how to use these types of activities (including twists!) and to download the latest version of the wonderful free software to open this resource (and create your own), just click on the web-link. If you have any comments, or spot any (non deliberate!) mistakes, please share them below. Many thanks to all the teachers who have helped me assemble these Tarsias over the years.
This is a 52 page resource with resources from other TES sharers and Hamilton, that's one of the reasons why I wanted to share it.
Please contact me for any concerns.
Also, a powerpoint file has been uploaded for those who can't view the notebook file properly.
This notebook file looks at a 2007 SATs question: writing a leaflet about recycling.
The notebook file includes:
- Facts and opinions
- Different types of introductions, main bodies and conclusions different pupils have created.
- Tips for Level 5 writing
This notebook file was primarily made for the teacher to ask retrieval, inference, layout and summary questions.
Thanks for looking!
This Smart Board file covers everything from sequences and rules to finding the nth term. Some elements is applied to real life (Potato factory) but does not come with a lot of questions.
Enjoy, download and please comment. Thanks
Lesson plan, teaching resources and differentiated work for 3 lessons
1) Partitioning numbers into tens and units (MA hundreds)
2) Adding multiples of 10.
3) Using partitioning strategy for addition.
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I couldn't find any materials on this when I needed to teach my year 3 class what the equals sign REALLY meant.
I have included the lesson plan I used, the 3 differentiated worksheets and a Powerpoint I made.
Also have included a homework set of resource sheets (could alternatively be used in class as a reinforcement at a later date.)
UPDATE: Have added a more challenging resource for year 3/4
Calling all Year 5 and Year 6 primary teachers (and KS3 maths teachers too!) Do your students struggle with the new SATs maths arithmetic tests? Then use this Excel arithmetic test worksheet creator to create UNLIMITED practice tests for your pupils. I used the 2016 sample paper as a basis for these questions.
We used these tests for a year and it really boosted our arithmetic scores for the SATs tests in May 2016.
It couldn't be simpler to use.
Open the file in Excel (MAKE SURE THAT YOU "ENABLE MACROS") and it will produce a different test EVERY TIME! If you need to produce a different test, either open up the file again OR just press the "Randomise" button (or F9 on your keyboard). If you want to just print the questions, press the "Print Questions" button. If you want to print the answers, press the "Print Answers" button.
Please note that you need Excel to use this file (Tested on Excel 2007).
If you like this resource and enough people buy it and comment then I will make another version based on the actual 2016 SATs maths arithmetic test.