#### Multiplication Intro Planning/ Resources

Year 2 planning for multiplication including grouping/ arrays and problem solving. Resources also included.

A set of time word problems including some involving a timetable and some not. Also included is an IWB presentation used to recap how we can use a timeline to help us solve time problems.

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Year 2 planning for multiplication including grouping/ arrays and problem solving. Resources also included.

By amygaunt

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Planning and resources used for a big writing lesson on writing a newspaper report. I used silly string and turned the library into an alien crash site. Have included all resources except mp3 track of 'The Doctor' eliciting the help of year 5 as this format wasn't allowed.

By amygaunt

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A sheet to scaffold pupils learning to add 9 and 11 by adding 10 and then adding/ taking away 1.

By amygaunt

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Starter activity used during a lesson on Robert Louis Stevenson's poem 'From a Railway Carriage' building up to writing their own poem.
Pupils have a series of words in trains which they must put in order from the word meaning slowest to fastest. Pupils can write these in their book on train steam template provided.
LI: To explore the effect of vocabulary in text.
A related simile activity is also included.

By amygaunt

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Learn about money and budget through fun activities.<br />
Print this into A3 paper , you need beans or colorful beads, place the beans and beads on the categories you want then glue them.

By Lypham

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<strong>Adding and Subtracting Decimals Activity</strong> <br />
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Common Core Math Standards Met: Number and Operations, Mathematical Processes<br />
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This is a fun way to teach addition and subtraction of decimals to your students. Your students are invited to a Decimal Dinner and are in charge of buying items at a grocery store for a dish to pass at the dinner. The students will need to add and subtract decimals in order to accomplish this task. This real-life application lesson will make learning how to add and subtract decimals more fun and meaningful for your students! There are three pages included in the lesson.<br />
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By Wise Guys

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This is a great way to offer your class practice and review in an important second grade math skill. Your students will enjoy the whimsical graphics as they practice. Task cards are great for individual practice, early finishers, and class practice. <br />
This collection has 64 task cards to practice adding three <br />
two-digit numbers.<br />
A student answer sheet and key are included. <br />
Addresses CCSS.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.6

By mccormick33

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This product has 120 Task Cards to provide practice solving for an unknown in each of the four operations. The cards provide practice using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve equations. The cards have a fun shark theme to make them engaging. Answer key, student sheets, and a mini poster that can be used as part of a center are included.<br />
Aligned with CCSS.Math.Content.6 EE.A.2

By mccormick33

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Practise simplifying the square roots of the numbers 1-64 on this grid and see if you can see any patterns in the surds that you get. Why do you get these patterns? Can you predict what will happen if you extend the grid?

By pas1001

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This powerpoint contains 6 questions as a starter to a maths lesson. This is used for revision purposes for the National Numeracy Tests in Wales. <br />
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It contains questions and answers from the 2014 paper. Get the pupils understanding the types of questions and how to find them out.<br />
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You can change some of the ways that I use and taught my classes to use.<br />
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Please comment below on any feedback that you have about this resource, and any improvements would be useful.

By Pedley123

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Visual demonstration/explanation of multiplying a fraction by a whole number using diagrams

By Neil Adam

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These three worksheets have been differentiated according to ability. The high ability worksheet has both addition and subtraction questions therefore the children are required to interpret. The other two sheets are differentiated by number. <br />
Toy story themed to add a bit of interest for the children.

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Practise simplifying the square roots of the numbers 1-64 on this grid and see if you can see any patterns in the surds that you get. Why do you get these patterns? Can you predict what will happen if you extend the grid?

By pas1001

- (0)
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This powerpoint contains 6 questions as a starter to a maths lesson. This is used for revision purposes for the National Numeracy Tests in Wales. <br />
<br />
It contains questions and answers from the 2014 paper. Get the pupils understanding the types of questions and how to find them out.<br />
<br />
You can change some of the ways that I use and taught my classes to use.<br />
<br />
Please comment below on any feedback that you have about this resource, and any improvements would be useful.

By Pedley123

- (0)
**FREE**

Visual demonstration/explanation of multiplying a fraction by a whole number using diagrams

By Neil Adam

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This question is designed to make the children think outside the box and use their skills. They will need to draw out each pizza and perhaps use different colours to work out how much pizza each child gets. There isn't one correct answer to this problem. Encourage good working out and mathematical talk within their pair/group.

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