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Algebra Domino Game

Algebra Domino Game

Algebra domino game to practise substituting, simplifying expressions and solving equations. There are 23 dominoes pieces. Ideal as a starter, plenary or quick revision activity.

By NextWeekSorted

Tour De France Maths Lesson with Resources and Answers

Tour De France Maths Lesson with Resources and Answers

I used this for an outstanding KS2 Maths lesson observation. I have attached the lesson plan and full slides. All differentiated resources are on the slides and just need printed off. All slides have notes to explain uses and are fully editable! This lesson could also be used with KS3. The lesson is based around using formula and calculating speed, distance or time. Four Tour De France Jerseys are used to differentiate the tasks. Hope it helps!

By rjenny90

Interpreting Algebra Tiles ISN Pages Bundle

Interpreting Algebra Tiles ISN Pages Bundle

Six pages of Algebra Tiles Equations models and six pages of Algebra Tiles Inequality Models that can be used as an ISN booklet or a review assignment. Students must write the equation or inequality prior to solving for the value of x to bridge the concept between the model and the algorithm. When used as an ISN booklet, print the document as two per page, glue on 9 X 12 construction paper, staple and fasten in the ISN. When used as a Math Center, place Algebra Tiles with the center to help students physically model the printed example.

By njlougheed

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Superhero Algebra Gamecards

Superhero Algebra Gamecards

These game cards are made up of 16 well known superheroes, similar to top trumps they all have individual stats. However, they are made up of sums in Algebra the goal is to have the children figure out the sum which is able to be made by the teacher as A, B & C have no value on the cards they are set by you so the level of grade is determined by the class you are teaching.

By mbally92

Simplify One Step Equations ISN Notes and Task Cards

Simplify One Step Equations ISN Notes and Task Cards

Two pages of ISN notes that give recognizable steps for simplifying one step equations along with a practice problem for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The set of 12 task cards include 3 of each type of problem written with positive and negative integers. Each card has only two answer choices: one using the inverse operation and one using the operation shown in the equation making the task cards easily adaptable to use with Google Forms. A set of task cards with QR codes is also included. An accountability page and answer key are also included for your use.

By njlougheed

One Step Equations Bundle

One Step Equations Bundle

This product holds all of my one step equations ISN notes, task cards, coloring pages and activities. Every product is made to target specific areas of need for my students. As I create more products for use in my classroom, I will be updating this bundle to include everything new. Buy the bundle now to save!

By njlougheed

Year 2 Inverses and Missing Number Planning and Resources

Year 2 Inverses and Missing Number Planning and Resources

Year 2 Inverses and Missing Number planning and resources This planning is closely linked to the ITAF statements and gives pupils the opportunity to practise and apply their knowledge of the bar model in order to solve missing number problems. The planning is accompanied by an extensive investigation with various challenges.

By nataliewilcox