Three codebreakers ranging from easy to difficult as you go through them, but all with a Christmas joke (made up by me, so I apologise now) and with all the questions being Christmas-y too. All sorts of topics covered. Hopefully errors corrected (I found one on each sheet!).
A progress sheet to print out, questions on various topics to check knowledge and focus revision in the places where it's needed. This starts at measuring and drawing, types of angle (G/1), on a line/around a point (F/1), triangles and quadrilaterals (E/2), parallel lines (D/3), polygons (C/4), bearings (C/4&5) and circle theorems (A/7&8).
These are homework sheets which also contain a QR code to a tutorial video if the students require. I have used similar before and parents (and children) have found the QR code very useful and should avoid the "I don't get it" excuse as they can get help via the QR code. The tutorials have been made using the app Explain Everything if you are interested. Topics covered include indices, time (calculations etc), rounding and estimations, place value, multiples and factors, numerical sequences, long multiplication and division. Each sheet comes with answers.
These are homework sheets which also contain a QR code to a tutorial video if the students require. I have used similar before and parents (and children) have found the QR code very useful and should avoid the "I don't get it" excuse as they can get help via the QR code. The tutorials have been made using the app Explain Everything if you are interested. Topics covered include angles (line, point, triangles, polygons, parallel lines), perimeter and area (rectangles, triangles, trapeziums, circles), surface area of cubes/cuboids, construction. Each one comes with answers too.
A self-contained game to be played in pairs.
Use to revise reading coordinates on a grid. Best played once coordinates have already been introduced, as a consolidating activity.
Differentiated versions of the game within this pack, including use of the first quadrant only, as well as all four quadrants. You will also find instructions on how to play the game within your pack. Suitable for Years 4 and 5 (on one quadrant) and Year 6 and KS3 (on all four quadrants).
Year 5 - Reflection, parallel and perpendicular lines, Coordinate Planning Differentiated 4 Days
To identify parallel and perpendicular lines.
To use coordinates on a grid.
To reflect shapes on a mirror line.
To use co-ordinates when reflecting shapes
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