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Patterns Printable Collection

Patterns Printable Collection

Practice patterns with ABCmouse! From beginner levels to super challenge, this collection includes printables for students at every level. There are printables available in both color and black and white. Create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account to access these and thousands more printable and digital resources for preschool through 2nd grade. Visit to sign up.
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Mix Maths Strand Bundle

Mix Maths Strand Bundle

A great bundle containing 20 lessons including lesson plans, differentation, assessment, plenary, tasks and engaging lesson covering Handling data, Numbers, Geometry and Shapes and Algebra. This is a great diverse range of lessons with progression where all the lessons are planned in detail suited to deliver KS2, KS3 and KS4 syllabus.
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St Valentines Addition/Subtraction, Counting, Matching, Patterns/Sequences, Interpreting Data, Pictograms, Tally Charts and Block Graphs,Assembly/Lesson Presentation  Bundle

St Valentines Addition/Subtraction, Counting, Matching, Patterns/Sequences, Interpreting Data, Pictograms, Tally Charts and Block Graphs,Assembly/Lesson Presentation Bundle

This bundle contains St. Valentine-themed maths and literacy/assembly activities. The resources can be used as revision, homework or as standalone lessons. Teachers Notes are included for maths and literacy/assembly. Aimed at: Reception/KS1 Content: - Teacher Notes (x3) - Assembly Presentation Literacy - St. Valentine Day's Lesson Presentation - Worksheet - Writing activity on St. Valentine's Day - Worksheets on jumbled sentences and words - 2 Word Searches in upper and lower case letters Maths - Work on tally charts, pictograms and block graphs and interpreting data - Counting and matching up - Addition and Subtraction problem-solving - Number and Picture Pattern Sequences Activities include worksheets and cut and stick activities. The resources are editable so you can adapt for your class. Please see Preview Panes for more information. Thank you for visiting my shop:-)
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Read Draw Write (RDW) Poster

Read Draw Write (RDW) Poster

Aligned to EngageNY and Eureka Math, this blown up poster is set to be printed on six pages, cut out, and glued together. This large poster offers a great supplement to the expectations of problem solving in these two math curriculums. Following three simple steps of read (the question), Write (out solving the question) and Draw (a model to solve) pushes for critical thinking and problem solving when looking at word problems.
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Length of Name Bar Graph Worksheet Activity

Length of Name Bar Graph Worksheet Activity

Check out this fun and naturally engaging worksheet to promote students' understanding of graphing. Using something as personal as we can get, this activity uses the number of letters in each student's name. With four bars, students will find three finds to create a bar representing their name. The x-axis and y-axis have already been clearly labelled. Three reflective questions have then been included at the bottom to push students to reflect on their learned material. Have fun!
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Easter Eggs Math Graphing Project Pack

Easter Eggs Math Graphing Project Pack

Check out this awesome variety pack to help support students' understanding and skills related to graphing. Based on allowed easter eggs, students will make a variety of types of graphs including tally table, frequency table, bar graph, and pictograph. Each one has a student-friendly template. Attached is a sample of various eggs in different colors that can be reproduced for students. Alternatively, you can use your own easter eggs, skittles, candy eggs, etc. This is a great way to promote natural engagement while building students skills in a fun and interactive way!
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Blank Line Graph Template

Blank Line Graph Template

Check out this simple and organized template that has a labelled and specific sections for a line graph. This outline is ideal for supporting students' understanding of graphing, for use with differentiation, or for modification for struggling students. Also, when used in science or social studies, when the lesson isn't on graphing, this can cut out a lot of wasted time. Presented in a simple and student-friendly way, the possibilities for implementation are endless!
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