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Dice Rolling Addition Game

Dice Rolling Addition Game

EYFS / KS1 A quick and easy partner game involving minimal resources (die and sheet) Children take it in turns to roll 2 / 3 die, record the number sentence on the sheet and calculate the total. Perfect for: *Developing team skills (including turn taking) *Consolidating basic number skills *A fun, interactive maths game if short on time!
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Differentiated KS1 Money Addition

Differentiated KS1 Money Addition

EYFS / KS1 Includes: *Editable 'School Sale' poster *Editable Images *Editable price tags *Differentiated worksheet with addition problems Could also be used for: *Displaying on IWB for an open ended money starter / plenary
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Number Bonds to 10 - Bar Modelling Lessons 1-3

Number Bonds to 10 - Bar Modelling Lessons 1-3

We have produced this resource to support children learning how to use bar modelling for the first time. The notebook presentations - which are also attached as a PDF - guides children through many small steps in order to be able to manipulate bar models, part/part/whole models and fact families using number bonds to 10. Guided and independant activities are provided, to allow for modelling and learning activities. We have used this sequence of lessons in many schools and the outcomes have been great. However, we understand that each school is different; if you find things didn't work particularly well or if you loved the lesson - we would be grateful if you could leave feedback. Or, even better, tweet us some pictures of your children doing the activities @mathsteryed
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Number Bonds to 10 - Bar Modelling Lesson Three

Number Bonds to 10 - Bar Modelling Lesson Three

* Note - The whole sequence of lessons (1-3) along with loop cards is available as a bundle: please check out our shop * We have produced this resource to support children learning how to use bar modelling for the first time. The notebook presentation - which is also attached as a PDF - allows for children to consolidate their learning from the previous two lessons, while applying the part/part/whole bar model to larger numbers. Throughout the presentation, key words are explored e.g. total, number sentences, fact family, total and part. By the end of the sequence of learning children will be able to use this vocabulary fluently. A worksheet is provided that allows for further practise of the concepts introduced. There are three differentiated worksheets in this activity, as the children should now be familiar with bar modelling and can apply there learning. We have used this lesson in many school and the outcomes have been great. However, we understand that each school is different; if you find things didn't work particularly well or if you loved the lesson - we would be grateful if you could leave feedback. Or, even better, tweet us some pictures of your children doing the activities @mathsteryed
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Number Bonds to 10 - Bar Modelling Lesson Two

Number Bonds to 10 - Bar Modelling Lesson Two

* Note - The whole sequence of lessons (1-3) along with loop cards is available as a bundle: please check out our shop * We have produced this resource to support children learning how to use bar modelling for the first time: this is lesson two. The notebook presentation - which is also attached as a PDF - guides children through many small steps in order to be able to manipulate bar models, part/part/whole models and fact families using number bonds to 10. Guided activities are provided, to allow for modelling and learning activities. Throughout the presentation, key words are explored e.g. total, number sentences, fact family, total and part. By the end of the sequence of learning children will be able to use this vocabulary fluently. A worksheet is provided that allows for further practise of the concepts introduced. There are no differentiated activities during this activity, as we feel that all children should spend time consolidating 'using bar models' so that the concept can be deeply embedded. We have used this lesson in many school and the outcomes have been great. However, we understand that each school is different; if you find things didn't work particularly well or if you loved the lesson - we would be grateful if you could leave feedback. Or, even better, tweet us some pictures of your children doing the activities @mathsteryed
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