Number teaching resources: Partitioning

Resources and ideas for mathematics, number, partitioning, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Baptism - what is it and what does it represent?

Baptism - what is it and what does it represent?

A simple resource looking at the definition of baptism, focus on infant baptism, and an analysis of its symbolic meaning.Comprehension tasksLabelling taskNumeracy (creating a pie chart) task.Aimed at KS2 and KS3.Enjoy!

By wodewee

Number: Multiples (LCM), Factors (HCF), Primes inc. Prime Factor Trees (4 - 5 Lessons) Bundle

Number: Multiples (LCM), Factors (HCF), Primes inc. Prime Factor Trees (4 - 5 Lessons) Bundle

The topic comes as 4/5 lesson bundle at a reduction. I normally teach it as a sequence of lessons in the following order (obviously dependent on the group). 1 - Multiples and LCM 2 - Factors and HCF 3 - Prime Numbers 4/5 - Prime factor Trees/ Decomposition All lessons contains a starter, lesson objectives, key words, examples, using MWB's, questions with answers and plenary. I have also attached all the additional worksheets/activities that I use as a part of these lessons. 12 files !! NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43

Money and Change KS2 - To use £ and p in practical contexts. Solve problems involving money.

Money and Change KS2 - To use £ and p in practical contexts. Solve problems involving money.

Lots of activities/ worksheet/tasks to cover the following (2014) objectives...To add and subtract amounts of money to give change.Explore money, recognise and find total of different coins. To use £ and p in practical contexts.Solve problems involving money.Includes question prompts to encourage children to explain their learning.Thank you for downloading. ***Please look for the large files (Flip -chart and PDF) which contain all the resources without the Paws & Clause watermark. ***

By jreadshaw

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BIDMAS grid puzzle - SELF MARKING

BIDMAS grid puzzle - SELF MARKING

Resource on order of operations aimed at upper KS2, KS3 or low ability KS4 students. Questions are scaffolded in difficulty, progressing to missing number problems.Students must work out the answer to each question and shade it in the number grid. There is just one number to shade for each question. Once all questions are complete the pattern will be revealed in the grid.Good news -- **self marking activity** ideal for homework or consolidation.A solution page is provided for ease.

By MrandMrsKMaths

Year 2/Key Stage 1 SATS Maths Arithmetic Paper 1 Gold/Exceeding level (2016+)

Year 2/Key Stage 1 SATS Maths Arithmetic Paper 1 Gold/Exceeding level (2016+)

A series of worked examples and practice questions for the Key Stage 1 Maths SATS Arithmetic Paper. Topics covered included: Adding two two-digit numbers, multiplication and division, halves, quarters, three-quarters and thirds. These are ideal for a teacher or teaching assistant led small group or intervention. They could also be used by parents and tutors supporting children at home. All questions are based on the 2016 SATS paper and sample government materials.

By ElliottEducational

Year 2/Key Stage 1 SATS Revision for Maths Arithmetic Paper 1 (Silver/Emerging level) 2016+

Year 2/Key Stage 1 SATS Revision for Maths Arithmetic Paper 1 (Silver/Emerging level) 2016+

A series of worked examples and practice questions for the Key Stage 1 Maths Arithmetic Paper 1. These are ideal for use in a teacher or teaching assistant led intervention or small group. Topics covered include adding two two-digit numbers, multiplication and division, halving and quartering. These questions are aimed at pupils working at the expected standard. They could also be used by parents and tutors supporting children at home. All questions are based on the 2016 test and government sample materials.

By ElliottEducational

Making 100 using multiples of ten. Investigation. Year 1 and Year 2. KS1

Making 100 using multiples of ten. Investigation. Year 1 and Year 2. KS1

Challenge your KS1 children with this investigation. How many ways can you make 100 using only multiples of ten. Mastery involves partitioning into two groups that make 100. Greater depth moves them onto three groups that make 100. Visuals support thinking and relates well if you also provide a coat hanger and ten pegs. Please review if you like.

By emilycherrill

Imperial measures

Imperial measures

An excellent resource full detailed based on real life scenarios, treasure hunt and competition and fun based outstanding lesson to capture students interest

By Edustem1

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Base 10 place value grid (ThHTO)

Base 10 place value grid (ThHTO)

This is a base 10 place value grid. It features pictures of the relevant base 10 pieces at the top of each column next to the numerals (1, 10, 100, 1000) and the words and the bottom with space for children to write the number that there are (eg 6 thousands). There is a dividing line halfway down the page which allows it to be used for concepts such as column addition.Best printed in A3 and laminated.

By binghs4739

Equivalent Fractions Activity Pack - 3.NF.3a and 3.NF.3b

Equivalent Fractions Activity Pack - 3.NF.3a and 3.NF.3b

Have your students see equivalent fraction models in action with this great activity pack! Students will make their own fraction strips and use them to find different equivalent and not-equivalent fractions. Students will document their learning on two interactive printables. Students will also create equivalent fractions on number lines and rulers. Assess your students using the assessment included in this activity pack. Use this in a small group or use it as a whole group lesson; your students are bound to get a lot from it! Includes: Title Pages for all activities Standards Map Equivalent Fraction Strip Activity (3 pages) Equivalent Fraction Cut and Paste Activity (1 page) Equivalent Fractions on the Number Line Activity (1 page) Culminating Assessment (2 Pages) All Answer Keys are included Standards Taught and Assessed: 3.NF.3a Understand two fractions as equivalent if they are the same size, or the same point on a number line. 3.NF.3b Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions. Explain why the fractions are equivalent by using a visual fraction model Enjoy! Abby Sandlin

By abbysandlin

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Multi-step number problems Year 6 SATS revision

Multi-step number problems Year 6 SATS revision

Several sheets based on number problems from SATS papers. Arithmetic starter included along with challenge sheets and answers. Children collect points for the answers they get right and can trade them in for prizes. Please rate.

By slayer2k5

BIGGEST MATHS YEAR 6 SATS PACK ON TES!

BIGGEST MATHS YEAR 6 SATS PACK ON TES!

PACK INCLUDES: OVER 30 PRACTICE PAPERS BROKEN DOWN INTO OBJECTIVES -ALL WITH ANSWERS (OVER 500 QUESTIONS)MATHS MASTERY ACTIVITIES AND IDEAS BASED ON EVERY YEAR 6 OBJECTIVE - FLUENCY/ REASONING/ PROBLEM SOLVING / CONCRETE / PICTORIAL / ABSTRACTPROVE IT! MATHS ASSESSMENT BASED ON EVERY OBJECTIVE (125 QUESTIONS)GAP TRACKERGUESS MY NUMBER CHALLENGES96 MISSING NUMBER BOX CALCUALTIONSGIANT RESONING PACKCOUNTDOWN PACKMATHS CHALLENGE PACKSINVESIGATIONSLESSON PLANBOOK SCRUTINY FORMSRECAP ON YEAR 4 AND 5 MATHS OBJECTIVESMASTERY FRACTION PACK 115 CHALLENGESOVER 100 REASONING QUESTIONS20 STARTERS AND PLENARIES35 MATHS MASTERY YEAR 6 CHALLENGESOVER 50 SATS REASONING QUESTION PACK60 NEW CURRICULUM CHALLENGES70 CHALLENGE CARDS75 MASTERY CHALLENGESREASONING CHALLENGES BASED ON MEASURE

By erylands