Maths for early years teaching resources: Matching

Resources and ideas for maths for early years, matching, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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Introduction to Measures - Maths - KS1 - LKS2

Introduction to Measures - Maths - KS1 - LKS2

Designed to support small group teaching and independent consolidation in the National Curriculum. I created these resources to introduce children to measures, through both standard and non-standard units of length!Product includes:*Comparing Size - 12 size cards, comparing and sorting headers, with 24 sized food cards. *Estimating Length & Mass - guess each animal's mass and length / height (answers included!)*Non-Standard Measures - use cubes to measure each of the cards, with recording sheet.*Standard Measures - cards with ruler lines to measure and challenge cards to draw different lines (with mm as a challenge)*Standard Measures - use a ruler to measure each of the creatures, with recording sheet.Save 40% by buying the bundle! **Check my store to buy the resources individually**--------------------------------------------------------------------Terms of useCopyright ©TheSunshineTeacher. All rights reserved by the author. Intended for classroom and personal use only.

By TheSunshineTeacher

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Place Value Bundle - Maths - LKS2 - 19 Teaching Resources!

Place Value Bundle - Maths - LKS2 - 19 Teaching Resources!

Designed to support small group teaching and independent consolidation for place value within the National Curriculum! These activities support children in their understanding of place value! Product includes:Comparing & Ordering to 1000 - *Which is larger? Which is smaller? (24 cards) Children can circle the correct answer!*Ordering Task Cards (24 cards) A chance for children to practice writing the numbers in order.*True or False (24 cards) To support reasoning, how do children know if the answer is true or false?Finding More & Less -*Find 10 less, 10 more cards - children fill in the numbers before and after (36)*Find 100 less, 100 more cards children fill in the numbers before and after (18) *Number Sequences 10 less, 10 more - children fill in the missing number (12) *Number Sequences 100 less, 100 more - children fill in the missing number (12) Identify, Represent & Estimate - *Base 10 Number Match - children match the HTO with the number card (36 cards – 18 pairs) *Mark the Number - blank number lines with numbers given to mark (20 cards – 10 within 10, 10 within 100)*Identify the Number - number lines marked off (20 cards – 10 within 10, 10 within 100 *Answers included)*Guess how many! - children guess how many on each card (16 estimating cards *Answers included)*Estimating Sums - using rounding to solve sums (24 cards – 12 addition, 12 subtraction) *Answer Key Multiples - *Sequencing cards - children can order the multiples (4, 8, 50, 100)*Fill in the missing numbers - fill in the missing numbers in the sequence! (6 cards per multiple) Place Value 3 Digits - *Hundreds, Tens and Ones Dominos - sequence the cards in a loop (24 dominos) *Place Value Families - choose a 3 digit number and find the 3 birds that match the place value! (Bird house & 12 number sets) *Place Value Match - – identify the value of the underlined number in a 3 digit number (12 numbers)Student self-assessment cards included in all resources!Save 43% by buying the bundle!**Check my store if you'd prefer to buy the resources individually**--------------------------------------------------------------------Terms of useCopyright ©TheSunshineTeacher. All rights reserved by the author. Intended for classroom and personal use only.

By TheSunshineTeacher

Easter Egg Number Bonds to 10

Easter Egg Number Bonds to 10

Easter Egg Number Bonds to 10: A series of brightly coloured Easter Eggs which show number bonds to 10. 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

Teach Number Bonds to Ten – PowerPoint and Worksheets

Teach Number Bonds to Ten – PowerPoint and Worksheets

Teach Number Bonds to Ten – PowerPoint and Worksheets A fun way to teach children to remember their number bonds to ten. Children meet Mr Bond an alien who wears his number bonds. This is a good way to help children remember which numbers add up to ten. Included in this download:• Number bonds PowerPoint• Mr Bond worksheets • Answer sheet*****************************************************************************My other math products: Grid Method Multiplication Complete Lesson Complete week on fractions Decimal Lessons Bundle***************************************************************************Customer Tips: Follow me for news about my new discounts, freebies and product launches: here ***************************************************************************

By TheGingerTeacher

Y1 Fraction Dominoes - whole, half and quarter

Y1 Fraction Dominoes - whole, half and quarter

Y1 Fraction Dominoes - whole, half and quarterA way to get your children to see whole, half and quarter in a variety of ways :) I found this resource useful as my class were getting used to the half, quarter and whole of a 'pizza' that we see everywhere.Enjoy :)

By holt_becci

Easter-Themed Counting 1 - 10: Presentation, Cut/Paste Activities, Worksheets

Easter-Themed Counting 1 - 10: Presentation, Cut/Paste Activities, Worksheets

This Easter-themed product relates to counting from 0 and/or 1 to 10.Aimed at Early Years/Year 1Content:-- A PowerPoint lesson (81 slides) which contains the following whole class activities:-1. Counting from 0 to 10 and back to zero - Visual images of hot cross buns as children count to and back to zero.2. Whole class activity on 'How many hot cross buns do you see?' - Slides show pictures of different numbers of hot cross buns which the children count. The answer is revealed after each slide. [Provide individual whiteboards for children to write the number].3. Missing numbers above the hot cross buns. (Hand out individual whiteboards) - Children write or say the number that is missing in the sequence, e.g. 1, 2 ___ 4, 5. Extension to two numbers for more able children.4. Easter egg counting activity where the children add 1 more to the number of eggs displayed. Question: 'How many Easter eggs if you add 1 more?' Extension: Count and add 2 more eggs worksheet- Easter bunny number frieze for display -can be used as flashcards- Easter egg number line- Trace over number activity 0 to 10 - practise writing numbers and colour in activity- Cut and paste activity - each strip has trace over dotted numbers 1 to 10. You cut out the strip and glue into children's workbook or onto a sheet of paper. The child writes over the dotted number, e.g. 3 and then cut out 3 bunnies and glue onto the strip and colour in. There is a separate cut out Easter bunny sheet.- Cut and paste activity - Easter Egg Build a Tower task - Children build towers of eggs above each number on the number line (1 to 10 number line) - see exampleAdditional worksheets: - Worksheet 1 (3 pages): This worksheet is in colour and black and white. The children count the currants on each hot cross bun and write the number of currants counted in the blank space provided.- Worksheet 2 (1 page) Count and Add 1 More: Children count the number of hot cross buns and then draw 1 more and write the total in the column.- Worksheet 3 (1 page) - Count and Add 2 More: Children count the number of Easter eggs and then draw 2 more eggs and write the total number of eggs in the column.- Two homework worksheets:-(a) Count/Match - children count the Easter eggs and draw a line to the correct number.(b) Count/Colour - children count the Easter eggs and colour the correct number according to the number stated.See all the worksheets/activities on the preview slide.The front image displays some of the PowerPoint Slides.File Type: PowerPoint Presentation; Word and PDF.Images are royalty free from Microsoft clipart, www.clker.comThank you for stopping by.

By Ro_Milli0110

Greater Than Less Than w Basic Math Facts PLUS Match the Facts (Both Sets)

Greater Than Less Than w Basic Math Facts PLUS Match the Facts (Both Sets)

GREATER THAN LESS THAN WITH BASIC MATH FACTS PLUS MATCH THE FACTS- - - - GREATER THAN LESS THAN WITH BASIC MATH FACTS:* Can they use the symbols "< and >" correctly? * Your young students will get some great practice with their addition and subtraction facts as well as actually using the symbols < and > for the terms "less than and greater than". * There are 3 worksheets and 42 examples in all. * Page one involves all addition facts, page two is all subtraction facts and page 3 is a combination of both. * After solving the facts on both sides of an equation, students have to ACTUALLY WRITE the symbols "< or >" to make the equation true. * Excellent skills work. Will make them "think". * These 42 examples will take them time to solve.- - - - MATCH THE FACTS:* Could your students use some great practice in their addition and subtraction facts? * These 4 full worksheets are full of examples where students have to solve ALL the addition and subtraction facts given before matching the answers.* Here is what you'll receive:* Worksheets 1 and 2 - ADDITION FACTS; students are given one fact and 4 others after it that MAY or MAY NOT equal it. They must circle the match IF THERE IS ONE!* IF NOT, they must CIRCLE "NONE" showing they know there is no match. Different yet effective.* Worksheets 3 and 4 - SUBTRACTION FACTS; again students must circle the facts that match the first one IF there is one;* These worksheets will make them "think" as they reinforce their BASIC facts.* Your download of 5 pages includes answers.Designed and created by David Filipek.Copyright© 2017 David FilipekAll rights reserved by the author.Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only.Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.Some graphics provided by My Cute Graphics. Their website is: http://www.mycutegraphics.com/

By dfilipek

Alphabet and Number Flies

Alphabet and Number Flies

A set of alphabet (a-z) and number (0-100) flies for your classroom. Use them in any way you wish. Suggestions for use include: ♦ Play ‘Swat the fly!’ - Put the flies on the floor, on a pin board, or hang them. Say a letter/number. Your students find the fly and swat it. (You will need to provide the fly swatter). This is great for letter/number recognition.♦ Match the lower case letter with the capital letter.♦ Put the flies in order.♦ Find all of the odd/even flies, multiples of 3, numerals that add to 10, etc. ♦ Group all of the same colour flies together (colour recognition).♦ Make a word using the alphabet flies.♦ Make a math sum using the number flies (eg 5+2=7)Included: ♦ Lower case letters– coloured♦ Lower case letters – black/white♦ Capital letters – coloured♦ Capital letters – black/white♦ Numbers 0-100 – coloured♦ Numbers 0-100 – black/white9 flies on each A4 size page.Dotted cutting lines between the flies.The alphabet flies are a solid colour. There are 9 different colours.The number flies have a white stripe where the number is placed. The flies are coloured in groups of 10 (eg 0-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39 … 100)The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter/number shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. **********************************************************************© Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

By swelch_resources

Comparing Size - Measures - Maths  Activity

Comparing Size - Measures - Maths Activity

Designed to support small group and independent consolidation within the National Curriculum! This activity has different sized foods, with sentence builders and sorting criteria cards. As a basic introduction to measures, children can use mathematical vocabulary to discuss their sentences and compare the same or different foods! Pack includes:*12 sentence builder / sorting criteria cards,*8 different food / drinks in three different sizes!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terms of useCopyright ©TheSunshineTeacher. All rights reserved by the author. Intended for classroom and personal use only.

By TheSunshineTeacher

Standard Measure - Metric - Using a Ruler - Maths Activities

Standard Measure - Metric - Using a Ruler - Maths Activities

Designed to support small group and independent consolidation within the National Curriculum! These activities focus on children being able to use a ruler accurately, in cm and mm. It also asks them to draw lines to a certain length in cm and mm. Pack includes:*12 Measure the Line cards (cm)*6 Measure the Line cards (mm)*12 Draw the Line cards (cm)*6 Draw the Line cards (mm)*6 Draw the Line cards (mm) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terms of useCopyright ©TheSunshineTeacher. All rights reserved by the author. Intended for classroom and personal use only.

By TheSunshineTeacher

Fractions Intro

Fractions Intro

Introduction to basic fractions and then asks children to work out and identify different fractions.

By Tavybaggie

St. Patrick's Day Colour By Code

St. Patrick's Day Colour By Code

These St. Patrick’s Day Colour By Code differentiated worksheets will allow your students to practise number recognition and maths facts in a fun and engaging way!Students will also have the opportunity to use a key and work on their fine motor skills too!CONTENT• Cover; Contents• Number Words to Ten• Number Match to 10• Number Match 11-20• Addition to 10• Addition 11-20• Subtraction Within 10• Subtraction Within 11-20• TOU/CreditsSolutions included!PAGE COUNT: 18

By teacherstoolkitUK

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Key Stage 1 IWB & Worksheets Maths Mastery Money Number bonds to 10/20/100

Key Stage 1 IWB & Worksheets Maths Mastery Money Number bonds to 10/20/100

Hi there, This resource includes an IWB presentation with many whole part part activities to model creating bonds to 10/20/100. I've included money and Numicon to help bridge the concepts/activities that the worksheet goes onto help reinforce. There are 5 worksheets and cater for lower and higher abilities. Feel free to edit these to suit your class.I hope they help you.Many thanks.

By Chesholivia

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St. Patrick's Day Resource Bundle

St. Patrick's Day Resource Bundle

SAVE 20% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLEWhat's included?1. St. Patrick's Day Puzzle and Activity FunThis St. Patrick's Day themed pack contains a wide range of fun and challenging activities.Should you wish to compile all the activities together into a workbook for your students, I have created a choice of two Booklet Cover Pages, in both coloUr and blackline. Just print, collate, staple and you're ready to go!The word challenges can be used for small group work or stations.The puzzles, plus keys, have been created in both colour and blackline for your convenience.CONTENT• Cover, Notes, Contents• Booklet Cover Pages• Word Challenge 1 and 2• Pot of Gold Maze 1• Join the Dots 1• Pot of Gold Maze 2• Join the Dots 2• Wordsearch 1• Word Shapes• Code Breaker• Secret Trails• Alphabetical Order• Word Scramble• Word Links• Wordsearch 2• Keys• P32-59: Blackline Pack• Repeating Patterns• Bookmarks• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 632. St. Patrick's Day Writing'A Bit O’Writing for St. Patrick’s Day' offers you a range of Graphic Organisers and Templates to help engage and encourage students to write about St. Patrick’s Day.Includes: original limericks, non-fiction text, writing prompts and an array of different formats. Posters are also included.The ideas in this pack may be used as whole group activities or split through small groups, depending on skill and choice.Blackline versions are also available, where appropriate, should you wish to save on ink.CONTENTThere are 10 activities in total.♣ Pg 1: Cover♣ Pg 2: Teacher Notes♣ Pg 3-4: Act 1: Three Wishes♣ Pg 5-6: Act 2: All Things Green!♣ Pg 7-8: Act 3: How to Catch a Leprechaun♣ Pg 9-14: Writing pages for Act 3♣ Pg 15-16: Act 4: Pot of Gold♣ Pg 17-18: Act 5: I am Lucky Clover♣ Pg 19: Writing Limericks Poster♣ Pg 20-21: Two original sample limericks♣ Pg 22-23: Act 6: Limerick Template♣ Pg 24 -25: What is a Leprechaun? (original text)♣ Pg 26-30: Act 7: Describe the Leprechaun♣ Pg 31-32: Act 8: Shamrock Acrostic Poem♣ Pg 33-34: Act 9: Facts About Ireland (Interactive)♣ Pg 35-36: Act 10: Celebrations♣ Pg 37-38: TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 382. St. Patrick's Day Colour By CodeThese St. Patrick’s Day Colour By Code differentiated worksheets will allow your students to practise number recognition and maths facts in a fun and engaging way!Students will also have the opportunity to use a key and work on their fine motor skills too!CONTENT• Cover; Contents• Number Words to Ten• Number Match to 10• Number Match 11-20• Addition to 10• Addition 11-20• Subtraction Within 10• Subtraction Within 11-20• TOU/CreditsSolutions included!PAGE COUNT: 18This is a great all round bundle to use on St. Patrick's Day!

By teacherstoolkitUK

St. Patrick's Day Color By Code

St. Patrick's Day Color By Code

These St. Patrick’s Day Color By Code differentiated worksheets will allow your students to practice number recognition and math facts in a fun and engaging way!Students will also have the opportunity to use a key and work on their fine motor skills too!CONTENT• Cover; Contents• Number Words to Ten• Number Match to 10• Number Match 11-20• Addition to 10• Addition 11-20• Subtraction Within 10• Subtraction Within 11-20• TOU/CreditsSolutions included!PAGE COUNT: 18

By TeachersToolkit

Number Identification 1-100  -   'Park the Car' activity

Number Identification 1-100 - 'Park the Car' activity

This is a great hands-on activity for students (particularly boys) to practise their number identification to 100. Students ‘drive’ their toy car and park it in the correct space.Activity examples: ♦ Park your car on number ____.♦ Park your car on a number that is one more than ____. ♦ Park your car on a number that is one less than ___.♦ Park your car on a number that is bigger/smaller than ____.♦ Park your car on an odd/even number.♦ Park your car on a number that is between ____ and _____.♦ Park your car on the answer to this question ______ . (eg 5+2)33 different car park templates are provided. Types of car parks include: ♦ numbers 0-9♦ numbers 1-10♦ numbers 11-20♦ odd and even numbers 1-20♦ decade numbers (10-19, 20-29, 30-39, etc)♦ -teen and -ty numbers (eg 17 and 70)♦ tens (10, 20, 30, 40, etc)♦ mixture of numbers between 1-50♦ mixture of numbers between 50-99♦ mixture of numbers between 1-99♦ double digits (eg 22, 33, 44, 55, etc)♦ words (one – ten and eleven – twenty)♦ count the dots (1-10)♦ ten frames (1-10)♦ tally marks (1-10)A car park for ‘hundreds’ is also included (100, 200, 300, 400 etc).* The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. * Car parks are provided in both grey and white (see images in PREVIEW).* Blank Templates are provided for you to make up your own number car parks.* You will need to provide your own toy cars, however there are some included that you can print, cut and laminate if necessary.* More than one car park can be lined up to provide an extra challenge for your students.**********************************************************************© Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

By swelch_resources

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Money Matters Bundle

Money Matters Bundle

SAVE 20% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLE!From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills. FILE 1:Money Matters Poster SetsThese poster sets are a valuable reference tool for your display area, as you embark on this topic. Just laminate for durability.Set 1: Displays a graphic of both the front and back of each coin from the 1p coin to a £50 note, as well as different ways of writing the value. I have included the new £1, as well as the old.Set 2: is a display of all the coins together, front and back view, as well as their size in relation to one another.Set 3: shows the coins 2p to £1 and their penny equivalents. CONTENT• Cover• Contents/Teacher Notes• Poster Set #1• Poster Set #2• Poster Set #3• TOU/CreditsFILE 2:Money Matters GamesIn this resource you will find two different styles of cards:Style 1: Matching/Lotto Style CardsStyle 2: Puzzle CardsAfter cutting out, laminate for durability. The cards can be used in independent stations or with small groups. Fun and engaging, the cards will provide repeated practice in coin and note recognition, coin totals and penny equivalents.CONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Matching Lotto Style Cards x 3 puzzles• Puzzle Style Cards x 3 puzzles• TOU/CreditsFILE 3:Money Matters Clip It CardsFun and engaging, these clip it cards will provide students with repeated practice in penny equivalents, coin recognition and coin totals.Instructions for use:• cut out cards• mark the correct answer (with a marker) on the back of each card for student self-checking• laminate for durability• provide clothes pegs – students place the peg on the correct answer• place in an independent station or use with small groupsCONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Clip It Cards x 88• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 84

By teacherstoolkitUK

Money Matters Poster Sets

Money Matters Poster Sets

From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills.These poster sets are a valuable reference tool for your display area, as you embark on this topic. Just laminate for durability.Set 1: Displays a graphic of both the front and back of each coin from the 1p coin to a £50 note, as well as different ways of writing the value. I have included the new £1, as well as the old.Set 2: is a display of all the coins together, front and back view, as well as their size in relation to one another.Set 3: shows the coins 2p to £1 and their penny equivalents. CONTENT:• Cover• Contents/Teacher Notes• Poster Set #1• Poster Set #2• Poster Set #3TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 26

By teacherstoolkitUK

Money Matters Games

Money Matters Games

From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills.In this resource you will find two different styles of cards:Style 1: Matching/Lotto Style CardsStyle 2: Puzzle CardsAfter cutting out, laminate for durability. The cards can be used in independent stations or with small groups. Fun and engaging, the cards will provide repeated practice in coin and note recognition, coin totals and penny equivalents.CONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Matching Lotto Style Cards x 3 puzzles• Puzzle Style Cards x 3 puzzles• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 32

By teacherstoolkitUK

Money Matters Clip It Cards

Money Matters Clip It Cards

From an early age, children see money everywhere, and know that having money is essential to getting the things they want and need. In addition to learning more advanced counting strategies (counting on and skip counting), they will become flexible as they learn to count to the same number in different ways, with different groups of coins. Teaching children about money also offers an excellent opportunity to help them practice place value skills. Fun and engaging, these clip it cards will provide students with repeated practice in penny equivalents, coin recognition and coin totals.Instructions for use:• cut out cards• mark the correct answer (with a marker) on the back of each card for student self-checking• laminate for durability• provide clothes pegs – students place the peg on the correct answer• place in an independent station or use with small groupsCONTENT• Cover, Contents Table• Teacher Notes• Clip It Cards x 88• TOU/CreditsPAGE COUNT: 26

By teacherstoolkitUK

Subtraction Facts PowerPoint One

Subtraction Facts PowerPoint One

SUBTRACTION FACTS POWERPOINT ONE* Imagine a program that STARTS ALL OVER AGAIN when they get even ONE answer wrong! THIS ONE DOES!* Imagine a program that is SELF-CORRECTING! THIS ONE IS!* 44 slides all on SUBTRACTION facts! Designed for individual or small group use.* 65 subtraction facts throughout the entire program! 65 facts to practice while they “think”!* There are 3 different sections to this program:- - Part 1 - 15 examples - each example has two subtraction facts to solve; students must click on the larger of the two OR click on EQUAL if the facts are equal to each other;- - Part 2 - Less Than Greater Than; students must click on or = to make each statement of two facts true; great reinforcement of the symbols for greater than and less than; 10 examples;- - Part 3 - True or False - students are given sets of 3 facts and must click true or false to answer individual questions; 5 examples;* Great graphics and animation will hold their attention. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.Designed and created by David Filipek.Copyright© 2017 David FilipekAll rights reserved by the author.Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only.Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.

By dfilipek

Number bonds to 10 and 20 Game - Flipping Tiles

Number bonds to 10 and 20 Game - Flipping Tiles

A perfect little Numeracy resource for the Interactive Whiteboard. This interactive PowerPoint file lets your children practice their number bonds to 10 and 20. Simply go into slideshow mode to start the game. Clicking on tiles makes them spin to reveal their number bond pair. Clicking this again will flip it back over.

By martinjgoulden

End of the Year First and Second Grade BUNDLE (17 Worksheets)

End of the Year First and Second Grade BUNDLE (17 Worksheets)

END OF THE YEAR FIRST AND SECOND GRADE BUNDLE (17 WORKSHEETS)* READY-MADE ACTIVITIES! RUN ‘EM OFF - PASS ‘EM OUT!* Who doesn’t need some EXTRA activities for the end of the year?* You receive 17 worksheets in this bundle. They include:** Worksheets 1 – 3 “Addition Bubbles” Each BUBBLE needs an answer, either the sum or one of the missing addends. (45 examples plus 4 Bonus questions)** Worksheets 4 & 5 “Addition and Subtraction Facts BLOCKS” Each block contains BOTH addition and subtraction facts, part in WRITTEN WORDS. Students must solve accordingly. (32 examples) ** Worksheets 6 – 9 “Counting Up and Down” Some of the number patterns go UP and some go DOWN. Students must fill in the missing numbers for the given pattern.** Worksheets 10 & 11 “Number Patterns” Students must solve the pattern and write the next number to continue that pattern. (will make them think!)** Worksheet 12 “Numbers 1 – 100 Word Search Puzzle” Students of all ages love these word searches and know how to use them too. Great filler activity!** Worksheets 13 - 17 “Same Different and Counting” Students count and write how many objects are the SAME and DIFFERENT within groups of objects. Not as easy as it sounds.* 17 READY-MADE WORKSHEETS for the “end of the year”! RUN ‘EM OFF AND PASS ‘EM OUT!Designed and created by David Filipek.Copyright© 2017 David FilipekAll rights reserved by the author.Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only.Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.

By dfilipek

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OzzieMaths Series – Maths: Foundation (Australian E-book)

OzzieMaths Series – Maths: Foundation (Australian E-book)

Maths: Foundation is linked to the Australian maths curriculum.Bold line art coupled with simple text and an uncomplicated layout make this resource approachable and engaging for young learners. Covering all key areas of the Australian maths curriculum, your students will learn through: counting, matching, colouring, drawing, cutting, pasting, guessing, locating and playing games. Students will love interacting with their classmates and drawing on their life experiences to complete some of the tasks.This book is part of the OzzieMaths Series, which consists of seven books altogether.This is a Photocopy Master ebook (61 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our ebooks are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Yolanda Cool

By edubooks

Addition Facts CHECKLIST (100 Facts!) (5 Worksheets)

Addition Facts CHECKLIST (100 Facts!) (5 Worksheets)

ADDITION FACTS CHECKLIST 100 FACTS! * Over 100 addition facts on 5 printable worksheets!!! * These 5 full worksheets will reinforce their addition facts DIFFERENTLY and EFFECTIVELY! * Each worksheet has 6 boxes on it. EACH box has a number in the middle and 3 addition facts around it. * Students must draw a line to ANY fact that EQUALS the number in the middle! There could be ONE, TWO, THREE or NONE that match! * Students MUST CHECK ALL FACTS to see which ones equal the number in the center. GREAT reinforcement.* A DIFFERENT AND EFFECTIVE ACTIVITY FOR THEIR ADDITION FACTS.* Your download of 6 pages includes answers. Decorated for fun.Designed and created by David Filipek.Copyright© 2016 David FilipekAll rights reserved by the author.Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only.Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.Graphics provided by My Cute Graphics. Their website is: http://www.mycutegraphics.com/

By dfilipek

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Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning - Pocket-sized Booklets and Speech Bubbles N - Y6

Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning - Pocket-sized Booklets and Speech Bubbles N - Y6

This resource contains handy pocket-sized questioning booklets and large speech bubbles for introducing each question. It supports progressive questioning from N to Y6 to develop numerical reasoning. Numerical reasoning is about learners thinking for themselves, working out what they need to do in order to solve a problem, being able to show clearly what they are doing, and convince someone else that they are correct and how they know. Developing effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. The questions have been organised into the following categories and aligned to RUCSAC:Identifying processes and connections, Getting started on the problem – Read, UnderlineRepresent & communicate, Working through and solving – Calculation, Solve, AnswerReview, Checking solution, is it sensible – CheckIt is important that the questions become a natural part of teaching for all staff working with learners. Introducing questions at a steady pace, with all staff focusing on using the question where possible will help to embed the questioning skills. Questions can be displayed around the classroom to remind staff to use them where appropriate. In the best practice, the questions are developed throughout the school ensuring continued progression. It can also be beneficial to involve parents in using the questioning, e.g. A question of the term, with examples on the website.

By CullyEducation

Easter Egg Numbers Digit and Word Matching

Easter Egg Numbers Digit and Word Matching

Easter Egg Numbers Digit and Word Matching: An Easter-themed Maths activity where numbers in digits and words are paired up. Includes numbers 0 to 20.For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk

By helenrachelcrossley

Easter Egg Odd and Even Number Sorting Activity

Easter Egg Odd and Even Number Sorting Activity

Easter Egg Odd and Even Number Sorting Activity: A fun maths activity where children sort numbered Easter Eggs from 0 to 50 into baskets marked ‘odd’ and ‘even’.For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk

By helenrachelcrossley