I have put together an overview of the objectives for each year group (yr 3 - 6) for all of the objectives to show where they come in each block. I wanted to be able to see how and when each objective was covered to help balance my planning. I am now going to use it as an assessment sheet - have a copy for each of my groups and highlight the objectives once I have taught it so that I can see at a glance how well the children understood it last time I taught it. Hope someone finds them useful.
A list of all the objectives covered in each of the Numeracy blocks and also what unit they need to be covered in. All taken from the Numeracy Framework website but made into an easily printable document.
Found a document posted by another TES member extremely useful as an overview for planning for year1s, so have adapted using year 3 objectives to help with planning differentiated lessons for year 1/2 class.
A plan and powerpoint to support lesson based on the song 'The day I went to sea'. Pirate song focusing on rhyme patterns linked with numbers - when I was two, I tied my shoe etc.
Don&'t have the worksheets anymore unfortunately.
<p>A list of possible things children can do by themselves linked to reading. They can be made into little cards and put into a basket in the reading area. Children can use them when they like; additionally, one can be chosen for the independent tas
There are 4 sets of questions (Number, Algebra, Shape, Data) which are mainly A and A* (with some lower grade questions from topics which students struggle with, e.g. percentages, constructions). PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. Students work in pairs or small groups to answer the questions. When they finish a question they get it marked and if it is correct they are given cash to the value of the question. There are bank notes which you can put your school name and pictures of your teachers on. The team with the most money at the end could be given a prize.
New for 2016: a MUST for all KS2 primary schools + children preparing for SATs! This resource allows a student to choose a weak topic area of theirs (personalised learning) from a menu of 48 topics and instantly opens a PDF of past SATs questions specific to that topic. All 48 topic PDFs are housed on my Google drive account which can only be accessed via this single file. All questions contain a Youtube Button next to them, so if a student needs help, they simply HIT THE YOUTUBE button to zoom off to a mini Youtube tutorial specific to that question on GHammond's Youtube channel. The Youtube channel has over 140,000 hits and rising from those who used it during last year's SATs. Also included are the One-A-Day Mini Maths Vidamins for Y5+ Y6 and links to Thinking Outside theBox puzzle videos! This single PDF could easily be placed on single computers in a school or networked or even placed on a school website for maximum impact and usage! It could be used in whole class lessons in an ICT suite or from the comfort of a student's own living room on their tablet. Schools placing it on their website would be giving students the ability to access and revise for their SATs from home across multiple platforms - laptops, tablets and phones. Students could even revise on their phone on a car journey! P.S. The ginger haired boy on the file is a picture of me from 1986! Also like our KS2 Maths Organiser Page on Facebook for daily maths video updates! TRY BEFORE YOU BUY!!! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/try-before-buy-ultimate-3-in-1-ks2-maths-sats-organiser-demo-version-11206322
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Attached are the game board, cut-out footballs, game card template and instructions. Students answer questions from the game cards (that you can tailor for any topic) and move the ball through the grid on the board, aiming to eventually score goals. Wrong answers lead to 'tackles' where the opponent gets to move instead. This has proved to be good fun for various Maths topics so far.<br />
PLEASE NOTE: My focus and passion as a teacher is in creating fun an enriching games to use in Maths and other subjects. Do have a look at my other resources - there may be variations on this one and other exciting ideas...