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Math Tarsia Puzzles Growing Bundle

Math Tarsia Puzzles Growing Bundle

A HUGE GROWING bundle of NO PREP math Tarsia puzzles that are sure to keep your children engaged. These puzzle activities are perfect as a whole lesson or extension activity. Each puzzle contains a completed set as well as a mixed puzzle set. After buying this bundle you will receive free life long updates and added resources. Buy now and save even more later! ------------------------ Please don’t forget to rate this product and provide feedback to earn credits that you can use toward future purchases on TpT. Also be sure to visit my store and FOLLOW ME to see my new products and hear about upcoming sales!
adamjharvey245
Place Value Monsters

Place Value Monsters

These monsters are the perfect way to demonstrate place value and expanded number form! Differentiated for two digit, three digit and four digit pages to meet the needs of your students. There are two monster head templates with interchangeable eyes and mouths so that your monsters can be as unique as your students. Makes a fantastic maths display!
ham3849
Real life maths involving money (differentiated).

Real life maths involving money (differentiated).

I have created a bank of 15 different items that can be purchased from different supermarkets. Underneath is a price which is differentiated three ways (red is lower ability, yellow is middle ability and green is higher ability). These can be easily edited to suit the needs of your children. They can be used for addition, subtraction, worded problems and open ended real world challenges.
kimberleyanddarren
More or Less- KS1 Resource Pack. To teach 1 more/1 less and 10 more/10 less.

More or Less- KS1 Resource Pack. To teach 1 more/1 less and 10 more/10 less.

Resource pack includes powerpoint with interactive 100 square to use - cover up a number(s) for them to find using 1 more/1 less facts. Little old Lady - as 'One Less Lady' and Little old man - as 'One More Man'- used whilst teaching Traditional Tales to teach more/less. Man is quite round and Lady is very slim- we linked to Gingerbread man story- the Man likes to eat the cakes she makes and says 'MORE!' then '1 More' as the lesson progresses. Vice Versa for her, shouting 'LESS!' and ' 1 Less'. Nice to do practically with biscuits. Sheets to print for use as activities to consolidate 1 more/ 1 less. 1 more/1 less spider sheets- I used to print out small laminated spiders to show it jump on one for 1 more and back 1 for 1 less- they had their own with blu tak to add onto number lines to do the same. Then introduced counting on 10 as a long way to travel in 1s, showed how the spider can travel down the drainpipe to find 10 more, and go back up to find 10 less. Differentiated worksheets with spiders included. Nice to use the spiders to make child friendly when using number lines and 100 square. Hope these will be useful :)
klmortimore1
Counting To and Across 100 - KS1 Maths Resouce Pack

Counting To and Across 100 - KS1 Maths Resouce Pack

Bank of resources for teaching counting to and across 100. Powerpoints to use in lessons, either as starter activity or as part of the main lesson. These count up from 0 to 100 and also back the other way. Interactive 100 square in steps of 10- to cover/hide numbers to work out what comes next in sequence. Number lines and hundred squares to print for use in learning to count. Prompt posters to hang on Working Wall or around the Role Play area to encourage independent maths. Hope this is useful :)
klmortimore1
Addition and subtraction facts to 20 (Y2) - Dominoes Game

Addition and subtraction facts to 20 (Y2) - Dominoes Game

Y2 National Curriculum Objective: Recall and use addition and subtraction facts to 20 fluently, and derive and use related facts up to 100 Editable and differentiated dominoes game (pictorial and abstract representations) for children to practise their addition and subtraction facts to 20. Yellow + Green Cards = Higher Ability Blue + Pink Cards = Lower Ability
maxetherton
Year 2, working towards the expected standards. Maths

Year 2, working towards the expected standards. Maths

Looking to collect evidence for your children working towards the expected standards in Math? Here is a pack of resources linked to every interim statement in the curriculum. These tasks will give you a clear idea as to whether or not the children in your class are working towards or if they can be moved on.
AlyssaMashford
Place Value, Comparing, and Number Order Worksheets - SEN -Low Ability Older Children - PAID VERSION

Place Value, Comparing, and Number Order Worksheets - SEN -Low Ability Older Children - PAID VERSION

This same resource is available free of charge, however, I would be grateful to those that can afford it to pay. Rent is high, my TA wage is low, and I get no help despite part-time university study! Various useful Place Value and Number Order worksheets. I have used these for older children with SEN. Includes Learning Objectives, but they can be cut off, or edited to suit your needs. Each worksheet comes in .PDF and .PUB formats. The reason for this is to give you the flexibility to edit them as you wish.
Mr_Whitehorn