Introduction to the Five Pillars using the notions of trust, belief and faith (a blindfold challenge). \n\nPowerPoint with info about the Five Pillars plus an A3 worksheet which pupils should complete using 5 information sheets. Link to video. Short dramatic activity as a plenary.
This worksheet introduces converting tally chart information into a pictogram and using a key to show how many each picture represents in the graph. There are also questions to draw information from the graph produced.
These handouts about favorite fruits and shoe sizes allow students to practice completing a tally chart and then draw information from the data through the given questions. The handouts are available in write on formats or directing the students to comple
28 'I have - I need' loop cards for mental math activity including addition and multiplication. I put a colored dot on the back of the multiplication cards and give them to my top group. Works really well if children are encouraged to beat the clo
A great resource to use with your class for revision at the end of the year.
The homepage contains different buttons each linking you to a different task for this topic. On every slide you can go back to the homepage.
Contains a mixture of exam questions, knowledge checks, key words and videos.
Great opportunity to get students involved in selecting numbers to keep them active and engaged in their revision