Display fractions in an exciting way on this cute tortoise. Click on the pieces of shell to change their colour. You can use this to explore all sorts of fractions and ratio problem with your class. There is also a tortoise in this download which can switch between different fractions. You will be downloading a set of flash files which are easy to drop in to your interactive whiteboard software, or open in a web browser using File-> Open -> Browse for any file type. Further instructions are on Planet Primary http://www.planetprimary.co.uk/gallery/cms.php?id_cms=2 or by searching the web.
These plans are ones I used in 2010. The format may not suit you, the number of days given may differ, the resources may not match those you have. But there may still be ideas you find useful.
My phonics planning seems to be quite popular so I thought there may be some of you who would be interested to see these PSRN plans. I'm happy to talk to anyone about planning via messages if you want to clarify some rubbish I've written somewhere!!
This is a good way of letting parents contribute towards their child's EYFS profile. It tells us that children's learning is becoming embedded and helps parents to recognise the progress their child is making.
This can then be added to children&'s learning journals.
I've made this because it wasn't there for me to copy!! I would be really interested to have people add other ideas to the list as I&'m sure it&';s not exhaustive. Feel free to PM me. I hope it helps you as much as I'm hoping it helps me! Please comment.
This pack consists of an online version and a printable version of a maths game that can be played using a variety of strategies of numbers between 1- 100 or 10-1000.
This maths game can be used with strategies such as, knowing groupings within 100 or 1000; know multiplication and division facts; know Basic Facts; place value
Students work in pairs with a game board each playing ‘Hider’ and ‘Seeker’.
There is an online version created in Google Slides where both students hide their sea animals and seek by asking each other questions based around place value, multiplication and division and/or addition or subtraction. In the printed out version, one is the hider who has to answer the questions and the other is the seeker who has to create the questions. These printed out sheets will need to be laminated.
This game could also be played in a group situation where the group are the hiders and one player is the seeker asking the questions. The winner would be the one whose animals are all found.
This package contains
One a printout version of the game
One PDF Instructions with links to 2 Google Slide versions 1-100 and 10-100
Great Value!!! I Have... Who Has...? Game Cards Bundle: Numbers, Addition & Substraction (a Total of 144 Cards!)
This is a bundle of 3 sets of a total of 144 game cards for your cycle 3 (grade six) ESL students.
Distribute the cards randomly to your students. Some students may get more than one card. Select a student to begin by reading the card aloud. The student who has the card with the correct answer to the previous student’s question, reads the card. The game continues until all cards are read.
To make this a real challenge, time the students and have them try to break their own record!
These were designed by me for parent and child sessions.
The children loved them and the parents took copies to play later at home.
Best to print them on card or laminate or both.
The matching game can be done on paper if preferred.