Early years partitioning resources

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Division by sharing

Division by sharing

A note book file with practical activities to introduce division by sharing with a colourful child friendly worksheet to follow up.

By KeilyS

Primary Maths bundle of entirely free ICT resources (links to the BEST resources on the web)

Primary Maths bundle of entirely free ICT resources (links to the BEST resources on the web)

This is a catalogued set of ICT-based Maths resources covering all the major topics in the Primary Maths (KS1 and KS2) curriculum. Rather than just creating an enormous, endless list of (variable quality) resources, I've attempted to collect just a relatively small number of the very best resources freely available. There's three types of resource: - key 'tools' for the teacher to use on an IWB (e.g. Place Value Blocks, a Flip Counter, an Empty Number Line, a One Hundred Square, an Abacus, etc.) - demonstration activities that help the teacher explain/visualise a particular concept (these resources are pre-pended by the word 'Visualisation_') - practice activities for students to use in order to actually develop their skills. These are intended to be used by students working individually on a PC/laptop - with the teacher or supervising TA directing the student as to which particular topic they should practice. ONCE DOWNLOADED, THE COMPRESSED ZIP FILE NEEDS TO BE UNZIPPED. Please leave feedback, especially if you know of any better freely-available resources to teach a particular topic than the ones I have selected.

By mature_maths_trainee

Maths resources

Maths resources

A range of Maths resources including fully planned and resourced lessons that can all be used in Years 5 and 6.

By krisgreg30

Place Value Bundle

Place Value Bundle

Three workbooks on Place Value which could be used for three groups within the KS1 classroom as differentiated activities. Includes problem solving, writing numbers into words and words into numerals, maths game, digit cards to cut out, addition of numbers and subtraction, also extended addition.

By teachercellar

Number bonds to 20 maze

Number bonds to 20 maze

The boat is trying to find its way to the island. Children have to work out the route by colouring in the correct number bonds to 20.

By kerrymarie93

Number Bonds to 10 and 20

Number Bonds to 10 and 20

This is a powerpoint that can be used to look at the number bonds to 10 and how we can use them to work out number bonds to 20 by simply adding 10. Would be beneficial to have some counters to demonstrate the concept visually too. Number sentences pop up one at a time to allow discussion.

By kerrymarie93

Dienes? Deines? -  infinitely cloned, on interactive whiteboard page

Dienes? Deines? - infinitely cloned, on interactive whiteboard page

Starter, plenary, teaching input, etc. Good to demo with, or get children to use. (My class become a lot more engaged if they think there's a chance they might be able to use the IWB!) Being on the IWB it can be seen (better than the hand sized resources) by whole class during input, or as needed. As with the place value arrow cards I put on a IWB page, there are 10s and 1s to start, then it increases in challenge, going up to the cube of a thousand. Enjoy

By danielle_lonnen-smith

Place value arrows, infinitely cloned for interactive whiteboard

Place value arrows, infinitely cloned for interactive whiteboard

For a starter, teaching etc. Felt I needed to demo to my year 1s how to use the place value cards, but the ones we have are child size (rightly-so) but not all would clearly see & understand as much as if I used them on the IWB. They are colour coded - red 1s, yellow 10s and green 100s. I also wanted to make this so I had a resource to hand for the whole class, if our internet was down & I couldn't access games on line. This has been well loved by my colleagues - hope you like it too. Page 1 is just 1s and 10s, page 2 is just 10s and 100s, page 3 is the lot; 1s, 10s and 100s.

By danielle_lonnen-smith