Number teaching resources: Partitioning

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

PDL's Number Building Staircases for Cuisenaire® Rods

PDL's Number Building Staircases for Cuisenaire® Rods

Building staircases with Cuisenaire® Rods provides young students an opportunity for an empirical study of mathematics. These activities are designed to supplement and/or act as a platform for Staircase work per the Handbook of Activities for Cuisenaire Rods by Guy Gattegno. Student task cards have been added to expand exploration into addition, subtraction, multiplication and fractions.Group work provides more opportunity for comparison of staircases allowing for exploration in measurement, quantity of rods and kinds of rods used. Comparing odd and even staircases can be done through superimposing rods as the last activity demonstrates.Included is one page of instruction, 10 staircase building activities, 40 student task cards and a discovery page for students to record observations.Cuisenaire® Rods is a registered trademark of The Cuisenaire Company and is used with permission from The Cuisenaire Company.

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PDL's Number Building Play Mats for Cuisenaire® Rods

PDL's Number Building Play Mats for Cuisenaire® Rods

For Cuisenaire® Rods, these playful Number Building Play Mats provide opportunity for students to exhaust discoveries of all the ways to partition numbers two through six using Cuisenaire®Rods. Building Cuisenaire® Rod mats offer opportunity to discover factoring, multiplication, division, primes, subtraction, addition, and fractions. Number sense is that fluid understanding of how numbers relate to each other, and there is no other manipulative that provides such a thorough opportunity to discover and explore these relationships. There are a total of nine play mats that provide playful back drops to this foundational activity. Learn more http://www.playdiscoverlearn247.com/2017/03/20/3-popular-manipulatives-fail-build-number-sense/Cuisenaire® Rods is a registered trademark of The Cuisenaire Company and is used with permission from The Cuisenaire Company.

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PDL's Search and Find for Cuisenaire Rods

PDL's Search and Find for Cuisenaire Rods

Play Discover Learn's Search and Find for Cuisenaire® Rods is a fun activity that allows students to playfully gain number sense. Using Cuisenaire® Rods, the student searches for groups of rods that are the same length as the one specified for the activity. There is a total of 18 reusable search and find activities for numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.Everyone loves a search and find, and students are sure to return to this activity often. It would make a great addition to an interactive math notebook or as a math center. Cuisenaire® Rods is a registered trademark of The Cuisenaire Company and is used with permission from The Cuisenaire Company.

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PDL's Pumpkin Patch Math Puzzles and Games for Cuisenaire® Rods

PDL's Pumpkin Patch Math Puzzles and Games for Cuisenaire® Rods

Fall Math Games and Fun for your Cuisenaire® Rods. It contains 10 Pumpkin Patch themed activities for your Fall festival that are designed to be used with Cuisenaire® Rods. The activity offers students opportunity to discover and learn through trial and error exploration.Not your average color by sum page, the three Color By Rods activities are designed to give your students a hands on understanding of Algebraic concepts. Students will work with the rods to solve for the right color rod.Included are two fun games with a color rod spinner that is sure to have your students wanting to play over and over. One activity focuses on exploring addition and subtraction, and the other activity offers a unique opportunity to use rods for graphing and interpreting data.Taking your everyday puzzles and expressing them through Cuisenaire® Rods gives students the opportunity to refine their trial and error exploration. With two pages filled with puzzles, students will improve critical thinking and develop higher level thinking.For children not familiar with using Cuisenaire® Rods and expressing ideas with Cuisenaire® Rods, the teacher will need to model several examples in the Color by Sum pages and puzzles. The children will enjoy having a manipulative to use solving these problems and so these activities make a great introduction to trial by error puzzles.10 Math Puzzles and Games in all. Plus answer keys. Also included are six pages of instructions that follow a philosophy of allowing children to explore and discover ideas. Cuisenaire® Rods is a registered trademark of The Cuisenaire Company and is used with permission from The Cuisenaire Company.

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PDL's Interactive Math Notebook Bundle for Cuisenaire® Rods

PDL's Interactive Math Notebook Bundle for Cuisenaire® Rods

This interactive math notebook bundle includes 92 hands-on activities and 220 student task cards that cover a wide range of elementary math concepts including number sense, odd and even numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, fractions, factoring, squares, algebra and more. Designed to appeal to the imagination of children and to encourage repeated use of the activities to solidify their number sense with joyful discoveries. These activities are designed to be used with Cuisenaire® Rods.-PDL's Number Building Play Mats for Cuisenaire® Rods(6 activities)-PDL's Number Building Staircases for Cuisenaire® Rods(10 activities and 40 student task cards)-PDL's Search and Find for Cuisenaire® Rods(18 activities)-PDL's Odd and Even Exploration for Cuisenaire® Rods(13 activities and 52 student task cards)-PDL's Fraction Exploration for Cuisenaire® Rods(20 activities and 80 student task cards)-PDL's Building Equation Paths for Cuisenaire® Rods(12 activities and (48 student task cards)-PDL's Subtraction Lock and Key Exploration(10 activities)These activities are highly adaptable to the individual learner from struggling to gifted and talented to tactile learner. While these activities work great as an interactive notebook, you can easily laminate these and adapt them for math centers.These activities pair well with heuristic approach to education best explained by Dr. Caleb Gattegno as teaching subordinate to learning. This teaching reinforces the student's ability to think and discover for themselves math concepts. Cuisenaire® rods are a unique manipulative offering this opportunity to children in a fun and playful way.Cuisenaire® Rods is a registered trademark of The Cuisenaire Company and is used with permission from The Cuisenaire Company.

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PDL's Guess the Equation Game for Cuisenaire® Rods

PDL's Guess the Equation Game for Cuisenaire® Rods

Guess the Equation Game for Cuisenaire® Rods provides number sense as well as move students towards mental calculations by eliminating the sense of touch. Working with just their sight and hearing, the student pays closer attention to what they see and hear. Listening to their opponents, the student also strengthens their auditory skills paving the road towards mental calculations.This 2 player game of deduction is great for math centers. Students secretly chose an equation that their opponent must ask yes or no questions to help deduce their opponent's secret equation. The student who guesses their opponent's equation first wins.Activity includes 36 versions of the game. There are 3 stages which are designed to challenge and develop student's number sense.

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Bar Modelling SATs Questions

Bar Modelling SATs Questions

These 3 questions are taken from the last 3 Maths KS2 Exams. They are in an excel sheet and by changing the date at the top, the worksheet is "regenerated" with different numbers. For each worksheet produced a solution answers are provided.If you like this please check out my KPI Maths worksheet which does the same for the whole Year 6 curriculum.

By iannacconeg

BUNDLE Dance Mat Maths

BUNDLE Dance Mat Maths

This is a set of Dance Mat Mathematics activities to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post (link in download) for tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready! Students calculate the displayed question nd then display their answer by placing their feet in the correct position; left foot for tens and right foot for the units. Terms of Use The purchase of this resource is for the use of one teacher only. Thank you for looking, I hope the NumberLoving resources meet the needs of colleagues. Please get in touch via @numberloving or numberloving@outlook.com

By NumberLoving

Easter Egg Number Bonds to 20

Easter Egg Number Bonds to 20

Easter Egg Number Bonds to 20: A series of brightly coloured Easter Eggs which show number bonds to 20. Great as a colourful classroom display, or cut along the ‘crack’ to create a maths pairing game.For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk

By helenrachelcrossley

Year 5 Summer Arithmetic Paper - regenerating

Year 5 Summer Arithmetic Paper - regenerating

Each question links to NC Y5 objectives. Document is in excel and is therefore printable as a paper or as individual questions.Each question will alter when F9 is pressed creating a new paper.Answers for questions are included where possible.

By h2g2

BIDMAS (Dance Mat Maths)

BIDMAS (Dance Mat Maths)

This is a Dance Mat Mathematics activity to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post (link in download) for tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready!This set of dance mat questions requires pupils to use the order of operations to calculate sums. Students then display their answer by placing their feet in the correct position; left foot for tens and right foot for the units.Terms of UseThe purchase of this resource is for the use of one teacher only.Thank you for looking, I hope the NumberLoving resources meet the needs of colleagues. Please get in touch via @numberloving or numberloving@outlook.com

By NumberLoving

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

Year 3 Spring Arithmetic Practice Papers - regenerating

Year 3 Spring Arithmetic Practice Papers - regenerating

Each question links to NC Y3 objectives. Document is in excel and is therefore printable as a paper or as individual questions.Each question will alter when F9 is pressed creating a new paper.Answers for questions are included.

By h2g2

KS1 Year 2 Maths SATs Revision - Number and Place Value - Differentiated Levels

KS1 Year 2 Maths SATs Revision - Number and Place Value - Differentiated Levels

This is a set of Year 2 SATs style number and place value revision questions with 3 differentiated levels. Each level contains problems with answers. There are 33 pages of questions in total. 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 past SATs papers and the Year 2 curriculum.The lower level (called Challenge) contains questions based on the Year 1 curriculum. Both an editable Microsoft Word and PDF version of the document are included. No further preparation required.

By blossomingminds

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Money and Change KS2

Money and Change KS2

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

Year 3: Entire Term of Mental Maths Questions

Year 3: Entire Term of Mental Maths Questions

Hi there,Here's a big pack of two-way differentiated mental maths questions.Our school calls them '10 for 10' questions, but this is easily editable on all worksheets.They focus on age related expectations in Maths, and each week has a different focus.Some of these focuses include:Finding 1/2 mentallyFinding 1/4 mentallySubtractingAdding+ and - involving money3D shape propertiesTimes Tables practicing etc.I hope this helps.If you need anything, please message and I shall fix/assist as soon as I get the message.Miss Ritchie

By thingskeepchanging

Decomposing Fractions to Multiply by a Whole Number

Decomposing Fractions to Multiply by a Whole Number

This product is a 4 day unit that is intended to teach students how to decompose fractions in more than one way using a tape diagram and a number bonds. It also teaches studenst how to connect the concept of multiplication to multiplying a fraction times a whole number. The product includes:-3 lesson plans-blackline masters and answer keys for each concepts taught- 2 performance tasks- pictures of anchor charts

By IgnitED

Can you draw an array?

Can you draw an array?

Ideal for assessment.Children can use pencils/pens/cotton buds with paint to draw the array and find the answer to the repeated addition number sentence.

By kerrymarie93

Partitioning into tens and ones

Partitioning into tens and ones

Partitioning into tens and ones for Greater Depth Reasoning.Adam thinks 2 tens and 13 ones is greater that 40. Is he right? Explain your answer. Children develop from fluency to reasoning to show greater understanding in this activity. There are also differentiated resources for SEN to access similar objectives using concrete models and then moving onto pictorial form. Useful for the new maths ITAF statements and evidence.

By rehanafazil

Place Value: Tens and Ones, Partition, Abacus - Numbers, Matching Cut/Paste Activities

Place Value: Tens and Ones, Partition, Abacus - Numbers, Matching Cut/Paste Activities

This St. Patrick's Day product can be linked to myths, legends and beliefs.Aimed at: Keystage 1/Lower KS2.This resource contains worksheets and activities to reinforce tens and ones concept and there is also additional work on partitioning 2-digit numbers using the abacus.Content:- (4 pages) - Worksheet - Drawing a line to match the ten and ones place value grid to the number on the leprechaun's hat and then completing the missing statement below the hat: e.g 13 is _____ tens and ____ ones.- ( 4 pages) - Worksheet (higher numbers) - Drawing a line to match the ten and ones place value grid to the number on the clover leaf or shamrock and then completing the missing statement below the leaf: e.g 23 is _____ tens and ____ ones.- 6 pages - Pot of Gold cut and paste activity - Either the abacus or the post of gold is missing in the three column table. Students have to figure out the number on the place value grid and then either cut out and stick the correct pot of gold or abacus that matches the place value grid.- 12 pages - Abacus activity - The leprechaun says a number in the speech bubble and the student then draws the correct amount of beads on the abacus to match the number.File Type: PDFHope you enjoy this resource and thank you for stopping by.Royalty free images from Microsoft clipart and free images form Pixabay.com.

By Ro_Milli0110

Dragon-Themed: Place Value/Partition Worksheets/Cut and Paste - Tens & Ones

Dragon-Themed: Place Value/Partition Worksheets/Cut and Paste - Tens & Ones

A dragon-themed resource relating to place value: tens and ones.Content:- Worksheet 1 (3 pages) - Students group the dragons in tens and then add on the ones to make the number which they write in the blank box.- Worksheet 2 (10 pages) -This is a cut and paste activity where by the students partition the number at the top into tens and ones by cutting out dragons and sticking the correct number of dragons in the labelled circles (tens/ones).- Worksheet 3 (10 pages) - This is a cut and paste activity as above but the activity goes one step further whereby the students write the number in a place value frame or grid.- Worksheet 4 (5 pages)(extension) - This is for the more able and the students are ready for the next step. The numbers are higher. The students write the number that is at the side of the place value grid into the grid.I have already done a lesson plan on tens and ones so this resource is a complementary addition:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/place-value-tens-and-ones-units-presentations-lesson-plan-practical-activities-11529117Images are royalty free from Pixabay free images.Hope you enjoy this dragon-themed resource which goes well with resources relating to legends and myths and special days such as St George's , St Patrick's and St David's Day.

By Ro_Milli0110