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Partitioning

Partitioning

Lesson plan, teaching resources and differentiated work for 3 lessons1) Partitioning numbers into tens and units (MA hundreds)2) Adding multiples of 10.3) Using partitioning strategy for addition.Check out my other resources at - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jreadshaw

By jreadshaw

Amazing Code Breaking, Problem Solving Ofsted Maths Lesson!

Amazing Code Breaking, Problem Solving Ofsted Maths Lesson!

I created this code breaking maths lesson for an Ofsted observation. The children thoroughly enjoyed it and had so much fun (whilst still learning). The children are told that they have been selected by the local police to solve a crime. Unfortunately, all of the money from the school office has been stolen and an artist impression of the suspects has been provided. The children must crack the secret police codes to elimate the innocent suspects (cross them off) and reveal the final two suspects. Once this has been completed the last clue is placed on the IWB. Children get a reward for helping the police! I have differentiated the 4 ways questions (HIPPO - the highest, MOUSE - the second highest, HA - third highest, LA - lowest) but they could be adapted to any year group! I have also included the lesson plan and PowerPoint to help clarify the task. Enjoy!1st answer = MAN2nd answer = HAT3rd answer = BEARD4th answer = GLASSES5th answer = MOUSTACHE6th answer = GINER2 SUSPECTS LEFT = Kenny and EricTHIEF IS = KENNY*PLEASE NOTE I HAVE ADDED 2 ADDITIONAL DIFFERENTIATED SHEETS AND A POWERPOINT*

By jodieclayton

2 step word problem worksheets

2 step word problem worksheets

Worksheets suitable for 7-9 year olds, year 3/4, a lot of them with 3 differentiated abilities. Lots there to use in the right topics when required!Designed as sets of worksheets to dip into, updates September 2016 with even more worksheets added!

By dave_orritt

Understanding the role of the equals sign

Understanding the role of the equals sign

I couldn't find any materials on this when I needed to teach my year 3 class what the equals sign REALLY meant. I have included the lesson plan I used, the 3 differentiated worksheets and a Powerpoint I made. Also have included a homework set of resource sheets (could alternatively be used in class as a reinforcement at a later date.) UPDATE: I have added a more challenging resource for year 3/4

By dave_orritt

Addition Grid 45: Math Puzzles to Develop Algebraic Thinking

Addition Grid 45: Math Puzzles to Develop Algebraic Thinking

Help your students practice addition and subtractions, sharpen their logic skills, and strengthen their problem-solving abilities with these Addition Grid puzzles. There are ten different sets. Each set contains an EXPERT level puzzle, an ACE level puzzle, a NOVICE level puzzle and an answer key.These puzzles are perfect for early finishers, homework, centers, cooperative learning, extra credit, and even times when you need a fun but educational activity at the end of the week. Because they reinforce basic skills and have simple instructions, they are suitable for many grade levels, and students of varying degrees of English fluency. The Novice, Ace, and Expert levels help you differentiate for the variety of abilities in your classroom.In addition to practice with basic number facts, the puzzles also encourage development of skills needed for algebraic thinking, such as thinking backward, solving for an unknown, and eliminating solutions.

By brainycatslearning

Insert the Brackets Bidmas

Insert the Brackets Bidmas

2 worksheets in 1 left hand side harder than the right easy to cut up to have 2 worksheetsinsert the brackets if needed to make the sum correct

By commuter

KS2/Key Stage 2 Arithmetic Paper Bundle

KS2/Key Stage 2 Arithmetic Paper Bundle

MORE THAN HALF PRICE SALE IN THE RUN UP TO SATS!Essential last minute revision resources for the arithmetic paper. Developed by Year 6 teachers, resources include top tips for solving arithmetic paper questions as well as example questions to consolidate methods. Train your Brain activities include multiplying /dividing by 10/100/100, doubling and halving key numbers and times tables.

By littledude2011

2017 KS2 (Year 6) Maths SATs revision - Algebra & Arithmetic - Subtraction, fractions and BODMAS

2017 KS2 (Year 6) Maths SATs revision - Algebra & Arithmetic - Subtraction, fractions and BODMAS

A plan, set of teaching resources, Interactive Whiteboard presentations for both Promethean and Smartboards.This resource uses the questions on 2016 Key Stage 2 SATs papers 1, 2 and 3 to revise your class' understanding of quick arithmetic methods and revise a specific aspect of the reasoning papers finishing with an AfL style plenary using exemplar questions from the 2016 SATs paper.This is the eleventh lesson in a revision programme designed to prepare Year 6 children for the Maths SATs papers 1, 2 and 3. Learning Objectives covered: To solve arithmetic subtraction problems involving large numbers, decimals and fractions . To make use of BODMAS to solve multistep arithmetic problemsTo solve problems involving algebraLearning Outcomes: All will use simple formulaeMost will be able to find pairs of numbers that satisfy an equation with 2 unknownsSome will be able to express missing number problems algebraically

By MikeRichards

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Year 2/Key Stage 1 Maths SATS Paper 2 Reasoning Questions Revision (2016+)

Year 2/Key Stage 1 Maths SATS Paper 2 Reasoning Questions Revision (2016+)

A selection of reasoning questions to revise for the year 2 Maths SATS paper 2. There are ten aural questions and a model teacher script. There are a further 10 written questions, covering topics such as money, number sequences and numbers in words and digits. These questions are particularly suitable for pupils working below or at the expected standard for Key Stage 1. All questions are based on the 2016 Maths SATS papers and government sample materials.

By ElliottEducational

Last Minute Maths Arithmetic Paper 2017 SATS Revision. Year 6 - KS2.

Last Minute Maths Arithmetic Paper 2017 SATS Revision. Year 6 - KS2.

A flip chart and SATS style question paper based on the arithmetic paper (paper 1) . Created by a year six teacher (89% maths at and above expected pass rate last year), maths coordinator and deputy head. Used on the afternoon before the 2016 maths SATS tests and updated in 2017. The flip chart allows the teacher to model the mathematics concept with a SATS style question and then gives the pupil the opportunity to use and apply what they have just seen. This is designed specifically for revision purposes as I have found my class sometimes fail to retain certain mathematical methods or struggle to use what they know to figure out what they don't. THIS IS AN ACTIVINSPIRE FLIP CHART

By andrewchown

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Resources: 34 Maths lessons differentiated four ways each for Years 5 - 6!

Resources: 34 Maths lessons differentiated four ways each for Years 5 - 6!

PLEASE READ:Differentiation - we all know it's important, but it takes so much time! Wouldn't it be brilliant if someone had differentiated a full term of Maths lessons by their learning intentions/objectives and told you where to find the resources? I thought so. This Excel sheet contains 34 lessons on the subjects listed below, differentiated into 4 ability groups per lesson. That's 136 tasks already organised into ability groups to save you time!Number and place value - 6 lessonsMultiplication and division - 11 lessonsAddition and subtraction - 5 lessonsFractions, decimals and percentages - 8 lessonsArea and perimeter - 4 lessonsNow, however much I would like to, I am not allowed to publish all of my worksheets on here as they have been made using textbooks - I would get in a great deal of trouble if I did! Instead, I have left directions to find every piece of work by the book title, page number and question numbers. All you have to do is find and photocopy the correct page!The only books you'll need are:Target Your Maths 4, 5 and 6 by Stephen PearceAbacus 'Shape, data and measure'Abacus 4

By Klein100

KS1 Year 2 Maths SATs Revision Pack - Time, Money and Measurements - Differentiated Levels

KS1 Year 2 Maths SATs Revision Pack - Time, Money and Measurements - Differentiated Levels

This revision bundle contains KS1 SATs style revision questions on time, money and measurements. There are 166 pages of questions in total. For each topic there are 3 differentiated levels of SATs style problems with answers. The higher level (called Super Super Challenge) contains questions based on the Year 2 curriculum with some questions from the Year 3 curriculum. The intermediate level (called Super Challenge) contains questions based on the Year 2 curriculum. The lower level (called Challenge) contains questions based on the Year 1 curriculum. Both editable Microsoft Word and PDF versions of the documents are included. No further preparation required.

By blossomingminds

3.OA.1 THINK ON YOUR FEET MATH! Interactive Test Prep Game—Products of Groups & Objects

3.OA.1 THINK ON YOUR FEET MATH! Interactive Test Prep Game—Products of Groups & Objects

3.OA.1 THINK ON YOUR FEET MATH! Interactive Test Prep Game—Products of Groups & Objects“Think on Your Feet!” Game – a better-than-Jeopardy interactive game to reinforce students’ practice and mastery of 3.OA.1: Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. Based on the latest Growth Mindset developments of successful student engagement and collaboration.This exciting and engaging game is laid out in Easy, Medium, Hard, Tell Me a Story, and STRETCH categories – so that all students at every level can participate.• Interactive PowerPoint designed for computer/doc camera, Promethean and Smart Boards. • No Prep format: Plug in computer and go.• 25 engaging problems to promote fluency, collaboration and accountable talk. • Two ways to master this math standard: 1. The class game. 2. Individual use or small groups recording the answers on a student answer sheet.• Adherence to state and district standards.~~~ Kid Tested—Educator approved: The feedback from TpT teachers and my fellow teachers at school, who use these grade-level interactive sets of task and game cards, state that kids are engaged and enthused; that the students are focused on the screen, calculating the problems, helping one another with the answers, laughing at the images and animations, and most of all – TALKING OUT LOUD ABOUT MATH. We call it the “WOW” factor! ~~~~~~ YOUR STUDENT’S SATISFACTION IS BACKED BY A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE! ~~~ACCOUNTABLE TALK: You will see your students become TEAM PLAYERS as they “talk it out” and problem-solve. They can pick an advisor, take a team vote or decide alone for the answers. The game provides immediate reinforcement of correct thinking about math. These 25 engaging problems progressively develop the standard and clarify the entire 3.OA.1.3.OA.1: Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. I can use addition or multiplication to join equal groups.I can rewrite multiplication equations as repeated addition.I can rewrite addition equations as multiplication equations.I can rewrite graphs and arrays into multiplication problems.I can solve multiplication equations using repeated addition in number lines.I can solve for products of whole numbers from word problems.TermsCopyright © Classaroundthecorner.com. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original purchaser only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited.

By classaroundthecorner

Maths: Picture to Number Crunching

Maths: Picture to Number Crunching

Microsoft Excel requiredSuitable for Early YearsTests the 4 basic operationsLook at the Pictures and substitute the Numbers to solveNew numbers with a single clickNo more photocopying from a text book!Commendation certificate included

By pjmcc2

Mixed practice starter ENTRY TICKET

Mixed practice starter ENTRY TICKET

Three 'entry tickets' designed as a warm up for the start of a lesson. Three tickets getting slightly more difficult, with answer sheet provided.Aimed at KS3 pupils or high ability KS2/low ability KS4 - will need to have studied averages/area/percentages and fractions of amounts.

By MrandMrsKMaths

Number: PEMDAS (order of operations) - US Version (+ Resources)

Number: PEMDAS (order of operations) - US Version (+ Resources)

This is a whole lesson on teaching PEMDAS.It includes 2 starter activities, very clear teaching with use of MWB for AFL activity, questions with answers and a plenary. It also comes with a worksheet, a help sheet for the least able (went down very well when being observed!) and a Tarsia activity. NOTE: feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43

Number: Scientific Notation 2 (adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying) - US Version

Number: Scientific Notation 2 (adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying) - US Version

This is the second lesson after the first lesson on understanding basic scientific notation. This is focused at a definite higher level than the first lesson as aimed at the grades 9 to 11. This maybe applicable for the more gifted youngsters as well. It includes the normal starter, lesson objectives, questions with answers, lots of examples and some trickier questions and plenary. This shows in particular the different techniques and understanding needed to calculate using the different operations. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43

2017 Year 6 Maths SATs revision - Week 2 of a 4 week revision programme

2017 Year 6 Maths SATs revision - Week 2 of a 4 week revision programme

Topics covered are: Arithmetic (Paper 1) - addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of 2 digit - 6 digit numbers, decimals, fractions and BODMAS Maths reasoning (Paper 2 and Paper 3) - problem solving involving multiplication and division; problems involving fractions and decimals (sequencing and converting and calculating fractions of quantities ) problems involving measures and conversion. Each session ends with AfL work drawn from the 2016 SATs papers. Each session is supported by presentations for Smartboard and for Promethean, worked examples in the form of You Tube clips for your own use or with your class and 4 way differentiated independent activities.

By MikeRichards

2017 KS2 (Year 6) Maths SATs revision - Measures and Conversion & Arithmetic Fractions and BODMAS

2017 KS2 (Year 6) Maths SATs revision - Measures and Conversion & Arithmetic Fractions and BODMAS

A plan, set of teaching resources, Interactive Whiteboard presentations for both Promethean and Smartboards.This resource uses the questions on 2016 Key Stage 2 SATs papers 1, 2 and 3 to revise your class' understanding of quick arithmetic methods and revise a specific aspect of the reasoning papers finishing with an AfL style plenary using exemplar questions from the 2016 SATs paper. This is the ninth lesson in a revision programme designed to prepare Year 6 children for the Maths SATs papers 1, 2 and 3. Learning Objectives covered: To solve arithmetic problems using all four operations with fractions. To make use of BODMAS to solve multistep arithmetic problemsTo solve problems involving metric measures, to convert between metric measures and between imperial and metric measures. To use inverse operations

By MikeRichards

2017 KS2 (Year 6) Maths SATs revision - Algebra & Arithmetic - Addition, fractions and BODMAS

2017 KS2 (Year 6) Maths SATs revision - Algebra & Arithmetic - Addition, fractions and BODMAS

A plan, set of teaching resources, Interactive Whiteboard presentations for both Promethean and Smartboards.This resource uses the questions on 2016 Key Stage 2 SATs papers 1, 2 and 3 to revise your class' understanding of quick arithmetic methods and revise a specific aspect of the reasoning papers finishing with an AfL style plenary using exemplar questions from the 2016 SATs paper.. This is the tenth lesson in a revision programme designed to prepare Year 6 children for the Maths SATs papers 1, 2 and 3. Learning Objectives covered: To solve arithmetic addition problems involving large numbers, decimals and fractions . To make use of BODMAS to solve multistep arithmetic problemsTo solve problems involving algebraLearning Outcomes: All will find pairs of numbers that satisfy an equation with 2 unknownsMost will be able generate and describe linear number sequencesSome will be able to express missing number problems algebraically

By MikeRichards

Maths Revision Arithmetic - A Fun Way to Revise the Four Operations, Decimals and Fractions SATs KS2

Maths Revision Arithmetic - A Fun Way to Revise the Four Operations, Decimals and Fractions SATs KS2

I put this together as a fun way to revise for the arithmetic paper. My class were fed up with going over questions in the same old format. Created by a year 6 teacher (89% pass at expected and above in 2016), maths coordinator and deputy head. Using these arithmagons, the class can practice all four operations, trail and error techniques, estimation, fractions (all four operations) and decimals. I've also used it as s tool for independent learning as shown on the last slide. Also includes a plenary of mini reasoning test and mini arithmetic test.ACTIVINSPIRE FLIP CHART

By andrewchown

Adding and Subtracting in steps and  number lines. Mastery year 1

Adding and Subtracting in steps and number lines. Mastery year 1

Adding and subtracting on a number line including finding the difference. An excellent array of worksheets differentiated according to structured numberline in 5's 10's or in 1's. Suitable for mastery level in year 1 and working towards for year 2. Can be easily edited to move on to different scales for year 2 e.g. jumping in steps of 3s , 4s or 10s. Children can start from practical resources using bead strings and number lines and then move on to pictorial and abstract form when ready. Very good for EAL learners and SEN learners. Suitable for the new maths curriculum in KS1 working at the expected level.

By rehanafazil

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Solving Equations Sum Pyramid (unknowns on both sides) SELF MARKING

Solving Equations Sum Pyramid (unknowns on both sides) SELF MARKING

Resource aimed at KS3/KS4 students or high ability KS2 students studying how to solve equations with unknowns on both sidesThe first page of the resource is a student worksheet designed for pupils to stick in correct answers.The second page contains 2 versions of the card set (for ease of photocopying).Pupils should cut out the cards with equations on and firstly stick the top line of equations to the top line of the pyramid on their worksheet (match correct letters to the ones on the top corner of the pyramid).The activity aims to build a correct "number pyramid" where the answer to each question should be the sum of the two above it. Once the first line of equations are solved, pupils can add together the answers to work out what answers they are looking to stick on the next row. The can continue in this manner until they have found which equation should fit on the bottom of the pyramid.

By MrandMrsKMaths

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Solving Equations Sum Pyramid activity (SELF MARKING)

Solving Equations Sum Pyramid activity (SELF MARKING)

Resource aimed at lower ability KS3 students or high ability KS2 students studying how to solve '2-step' equations.The first page of the resource is a student worksheet designed for pupils to stick in correct answers.The second page contains 2 versions of the card set (for ease of photocopying).Pupils should cut out the cards with equations on and firstly stick the top line of equations to the top line of the pyramid on their worksheet (match correct letters to the ones on the top corner of the pyramid).The activity aims to build a correct "number pyramid" where the answer to each question should be the sum of the two above it. Once the first line of equations are solved, pupils can add together the answers to work out what answers they are looking to stick on the next row. The can continue in this manner until they have found which equation should fit on the bottom of the pyramid.

By MrandMrsKMaths