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Addition & Subtraction Summer Games

Addition & Subtraction Summer Games

**Games pack for teaching addition and subtraction within 10. Perfect for some end of year fun or use as a summer homework pack. Included in the pack are: Playing pieces & die, 0-10 number lines to check answers (count on or back to solve the +/-). Run to the Sun game (in colour and B+W), instructions– who will be first to solve the additions and reach the beach? Breezy Beach game (in colour and B+W), instructions – solve the additions and try to be first to rescue the beach ball. Don’t Burn Your Feet game (in colour and B+W), instructions – solve the subtractions and try to reach the water without burning your feet! Wonderful Watermelon game (in colour and B+W), instructions. Solve the subtractions and try to be first to reach the last piece of watermelon. Sandcastle Sprint game (in colour and B+W), instructions –work out the answers to the additions and subtractions as you make your way to the sandcastle! Fun Run in the Sun game (in colour and B+W) instructions – take turns to roll the die & solve the addition or subtraction which you land on. Who will be first to reach the end? I would really appreciate feedback for my product. For more exciting resources, visit my shop! **
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KS1: Tens and Units Activity Using Numicon - Teen Numbers

KS1: Tens and Units Activity Using Numicon - Teen Numbers

An IWB resource to support the teaching of Tens and Units. The Tens and Units numicon image is set to infinite cloner to allow movement to ‘make’ a number. This can be used on its own or as part of an interactive session with numicon itself.
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Week 3 planning and resources to support Year 1 White Rose Hub Summer Block 1 Multiplication and Div

Week 3 planning and resources to support Year 1 White Rose Hub Summer Block 1 Multiplication and Div

Year 1 Maths - Summer Block 1 - Multiplication and Division One week worth of planning that closely links with the White Rose Hub. All planning and resources. Please note - the ‘Teaching Slides’ are not my own. They are free slides that can be downloaded on ‘Master the Curriculum’. I have included them here as they are the slides I have referred to in my planning. This is week 3/3. Weeks 1 and 2 are advertised and uploaded separately.
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Reception Subtraction Games and Activities

Reception Subtraction Games and Activities

**Out of this world games for teaching subtraction! Simply laminate and enjoy! Included in this pack are: Playing pieces x6 and a 1-6 die. 2x subtraction within 5 dice and 2x subtraction within 10 dice (all in colour and B+w) Outer Space Subtraction Board Game (1 colour and 1 mostly B+W copy) – practise subtraction within 5. Instructions included. Supersonic Board Game (1 colour and 1 mostly B+W copy) – practise subtraction within 10. Instructions included. Stuck in Space(1 colour and 1 mostly B+W copy) - search for and solve tiny subtractions within 5, using a magnifying glass. Alien Subtraction Search(1 colour and 1 mostly B+W copy) - search for and solve tiny subtractions within 1o, using a magnifying glass. Subtraction Spinners (colour and B+W) – 2 subtraction within 5 spinners and 2 subtraction within 10 spinners. Subtraction Jigsaws (colour and B+W) – 12x subtraction within 5 jigsaws and 12x subtraction within 10 jigsaws. The pieces only join together with the correct answer. I would really appreciate feedback for my product. For more exciting resources, visit my shop!**
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math manipulatives - ten frame templates

math manipulatives - ten frame templates

A collection of ten frame templates. produced in plain text with no pictures making this resource suitable for adult learns with learning needs or those who find pictures distracting.
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Reception Maths Freebie: Number Lines, 100 Square, Challenge Cards and Game

Reception Maths Freebie: Number Lines, 100 Square, Challenge Cards and Game

**A selection of maths games and resources adapted from my paid products. Why not try before you buy! Included are… *Number Lines: use for counting, 1 more/less, addition and subtraction. *100 Square: use for counting, 10 more/less and counting in tens. *Number Challenge Task Cards: use in your maths area, for fun hands-on learning activities. *Addition within 5 game and instructions. For more exciting resources, visit my shop!**
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EYFS/Year 1 Addition Games

EYFS/Year 1 Addition Games

**Awesome games for teaching addition! Simply laminate, cut out and have fun! Included in this pack are: Playing pieces x4, counters x20 and a die. Super Sum Solvers Addition Board Game (colour and B+W) – practise adding within 5. Addition Mission Board Game (colour and B+W) – practise adding within 10. Rescue the Badges Game (colour and B+W) - search for and solve tiny additions within 5, using a magnifying glass. Save the Stars Game (colour and B+W) - search for and solve tiny additions within 1o, using a magnifying glass. Addition Spinners (colour and B+W) – 2 addition within 5 spinners and 2 addition within 10 spinners. Double Trouble Bingo – roll the die, double the number and cover the answer if you have it on your board. Instructions for all games provided also. I would really appreciate feedback for my product. For more exciting resources, visit my shop!**
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Non standard measuring SEN, Early Years, and Primary

Non standard measuring SEN, Early Years, and Primary

15 worksheets for fun activities to measure everyday objects in the classroom using non standard measurements. Suitable for SEN, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers. Non standard measurements used: counters, cubes, feet, hands and paperclips (it may be an idea to have blue tac on hand for measuring larger objects with counters and paperclips to make it easier for visual learners to see how many were needed to measure each object.
smidgealot
Weighing standard and non standard SEN, Early Years and Primary

Weighing standard and non standard SEN, Early Years and Primary

Weighing using standard and non standard measurements. 24 activity worksheets. Identifying which object is heaviest and lightest from a choice of 2 after weighing them using cubes, counters (non standard) or grams (standard). Suitable for SEN, Early Years, Primary, Preschoolers. 24 worksheets in total (18 suitable for lower abilities, 12 for middle and 18 suitable for higher abilities). As an extension higher ability pupils should be challenged to make their own worksheet - what objects will they choose and can they estimate which will be heaviest and lightest, then weigh the objects and check if their estimate was correct? 18 worksheets for lower abilities- 6 for identifying which is heavier and lighter (using balancing scales place one of the objects one side and the other object at the opposite side of the scales, then see which side moves down showing the heaviest object). 12 worksheets for lower and middle abilities to use balancing scales to compare 2 everyday items, then use photos to cut out, stick and glue, or if able to write they can write their answer in the correct column (non standard). 6 worksheets for higher abilities to use scales to weigh and record the weight of objects in grams, then to identify which one was heaviest and which was lightest (standard). They can also use the 12 worksheets using counters and cubes to weigh the objects. To make it harder get them to estimate the number first, before checking how close they were.
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Memory Owl's 11x and 12x Tables Pack

Memory Owl's 11x and 12x Tables Pack

**These resources are great for your visual learners or anyone who finds it difficult to retain numbers. ** The pack contains: A link to a video containing the Memory Owl stories for this times table Interactive PowerPoint quiz - great for classes or individually Exercise sheets The stories in a printable format that can be coloured in Lesson plans Number sheets explaining what numbers the characters represent A sheet about how to use Memory Owl Please note that your school has an option to subscribe to all the times tables and resources at www.memory-owl.com. If you have any questions, please let me know. susan@memory-owl.com.
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