I created this as a starter for a maths support group, aimed at the 30-50 statement: 'Beginning to represent numbers using fingers, marks on paper or pictures.'\n\nClick on a slide to reveal a number, then go to the number itself and click again to hear the number. Final slide is a summary slide of 1 - 10.\n\nHope someone finds it useful! It's my first ever submission so feedback appreciated.
<p>Bingo-type game for 2 players where the numbers 1-10 are put in a bag, each player takes it in turns to pull one out, and cross it off on their grid. Winner is the first person to get 4 numbers in a row, (either up and own, or diagonal.)</p>
A game for 2 players where they pull number tokens out of a bag and cross off that number on their own personal grid. First one to cross off; eg 4 in a row; (can be up and down; or diagonal); wins the game. Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-MA, ECE-MA-co
Eva Hesse, Untitled (Rope Piece), 1970, rope, latex, string, wire, variable dimensions (Whitney Museum of American Art)
Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker
For more: http://smarthistory.org/untitled-rope-piece.html
PowerPoint lessons for the following topic
Questions and answers
Animated parts of the answer for Q&A and demonstrations
Colours to support explanations.
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You can duplicate slides any type in new questions
To support your teaching and save time planning
As a basis for your observations lessons
To share with students to help them work outside the classroom
2 lessons at a low price of 25p each, total of 50p
I hope this benefits you as it has done for me.
5 levels of difficulty/differentiation. There are 100 cards each (with answers) on the following topics: solving by factorising, solving by comleting the square, factorising quadratics, using the quadratic formula and harder quadratics. 500 questions and answers in all.
A stack of cards is shuffled at the beginning. Each time you land on any square (including snakes and ladders) the player must pick up a card from the deck. Get it right stay there, get it wrong miss a turn.
I have included 2 boards. One has 30 squares and is ideal for a quick game or activity. The other has 100 squares, which would be useful to get in more practice and lead to a longer game.
Great for higher GCSE Students and AS Students studying core 1.
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