A good, solid worksheet that allow pupils to practise converting to and from standard form. It includes examples with both positive and negative powers of ten. I had a bit of trouble with formatting after I had downloaded it, but this could well be due to problems with my computer. Having the answers on the sheet would also be a blessing for busy teachers! The first set of questions, which ask pupils to identify whether a set of examples are in standard form or not could be extended to ask pupils to put those that are not correct into proper standard form. Thanks again for sharing!
This is a nice worksheet on standard form which gives some good starter and main questions. It begins with some questions on indices and multiplying and dividing by powers of ten. The main questions require students to write numbers in standard form and visa versa. The questions do not require students to calculate in standard form. Sadly there are no answers but you could quickly work these out. You could display this on the IWB to save on copying, thank you for sharing.
Standard form worksheet on:
- Writing in standard form
- Writing standard form as a number
- Multiplying / dividing standard form
- Adding / Subtracting standard form
- Functional standard form questions
A PowerPoint Activity on sharing in ratios, in particular finding an unknown amount, e.g how much water do you need if water and squash are mixed in the ratio 3:10 and 20ml of squash is used. There is a starter on sharing in ratios and then some examples followed by some questions. Hope you find it useful.
Spelling mistake is in the on purpose to help see which students are paying attention (blush)- not really, sorted it now
A scheme of work i made based on OCRs specification, designed for our students who won't be entered for GCSE maths. The course is designed to be completed in about a year, but i'm thinking I&'ll need to be flexible with the timings and use the same scheme for year 10 and 11. Hope you find it useful
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.
Please keep in mind this is for year 3/4 children (as from previous comments) not particularly designed for higher year groups.
Also have included a homework set of resource sheets (could alternatively be used in class as a reinforcement at a later date.)
Please find enclosed within this download the following resources:
A fully interactive and animated PowerPoint that shows how to work out sequences using clearly outlined animations that shows children how to visualise how to 'count on', or 'count back' along their sequences. Also, there is an example worksheet to go alongside the PowerPoint.
In addition to this, the PowerPoint includes a learning objective, differentiated success criteria and a count-down timer so children can see how much longer they have left in the lesson. The PowerPoint also has a starter activity (angles) to settle down the class as they start the lesson and get their 'maths heads' on.
Finally, this PowerPoint includes a differentiated task to give your class to use alongside the PowerPoint that ties in with the learning objective.
As always, I have used every resource I sell with my own classes (both past and present) to ensure they are correctly pitched and can be used successfully to aid children in their learning.