Self check maths questions flashcards - measures

Self check maths questions flashcards - measures

Self check maths questions flashcards - measures. For students to use in school or at home to practise converting measures. These self check flashcards mean that children can practise on their own or with an adult helping them. Could also be used for mental maths challenges or when students have finished their work. Multiple choice cards also included for differentiation.
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The Mondrian Squares Puzzle

The Mondrian Squares Puzzle

Puzzle-based learning? No worries - use this activity that promotes problem-solving skills in maths! This puzzle is inspired by artist Piet Mondrian. The challenge is to divide a square in a way that will create the smallest possible difference between the area of the largest and the smallest rectangle. The rules are: The square must be entirely covered by unique rectangles. All rectangle edge lengths must be whole numbers. ⓘ To see the video about this challenge go to: link ⓘ For more ideas, visit @theeducatorslist or my list of my topics
krzciuk_a
Summer Block: Y5 Block 4: Measurement Smart Notebook & PDF following ORDER of White Rose

Summer Block: Y5 Block 4: Measurement Smart Notebook & PDF following ORDER of White Rose

All teaching slides for Y5 Summer Block 4: Measurement (6 ‘lessons’, approx 2 weeks of work). Influenced by recent maths hub CPD training and mastery/CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Includes reasoning and problem solving activities to explore, model and discuss in order to teach the underlying mathematical concepts. Follows ORDER of White Rose teaching guidance. Join the Facebook group ‘mastering primary maths’ for preview lessons in the files section :)
xkarenx
Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes consolidation

Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes consolidation

Differentiated questions on area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms and compound shapes. Also some examples of trapeziums though approached as a compound shape. This includes questions on the following: Area and perimeter of rectangles Area and perimeter of triangles Area and perimeter of compound shapes Finding missing sides given area or perimeter of rectangles and triangles Finding missing sides and then area and perimeter of compound shapes Area and perimeter of parallelograms Finding missing lengths of parallelograms and non-right angle triangles Area and perimeter of worded questions Quantity/Cost area and perimeter worded questions Area of trapeziums Area and perimeter of compound shapes including use of negative space and internal perimeters Problem solving and reasoning questions. Some questions from other sources so all rights to their creators
tree1568
Measurement Mastery Activities – Year 1

Measurement Mastery Activities – Year 1

Click the link below for the complete Year 1 resource pack (all 21 objectives) Year 1 Maths Mastery Pack These are a range of activities/tasks to demonstrate mastery and develop deeper thinking and deeper understanding of year 1 Measurement objectives. For each objective there are at least 3 activities/tasks along with answers (where possible). The document is set up so that you can quickly jump to the objective you are covering and then simply print the appropriate pages. In addition, almost all the activities can be adapted to suit your class’s needs if necessary. Finding or creating resources to evidence mastery and deeper understanding can take hours of time (and a lot of frustration). With this resource, you will have a handy bank of activities/tasks that you can choose from in seconds! Objectives covered: Compare, describe and solve practical problems for: Lengths and heights [for example, long/short, longer/shorter, tall/short, double/half] Mass/weight [for example, heavy/light, heavier than, lighter than] Capacity and volume [for example, full/empty, more than, less than, half, half full, quarter] Time [for example, quicker, slower, earlier, later] Measure and begin to record the following: Lengths and heights Mass/weight Capacity and volume Time (hours, minutes, seconds) Recognise and know the value of different denominations of coins and notes Sequence events in chronological order using language [for example, before and after, next, first, today, yesterday, tomorrow, morning, afternoon and evening] Recognise and use language relating to dates, including days of the week, weeks, months and years Tell the time to the hour and half past the hour and draw the hands on a clock face to show these times
mrajlong
2017 everything bundle

2017 everything bundle

This bundle contains everything made available during 2017 with the exception of the marking stickers (simply due to them being the least useful and the limit placed on the number of items I can put into a bundle).
MrsSBunny
Year Six - Autumn, Spring and Sum 1 (Follows order of White Rose)

Year Six - Autumn, Spring and Sum 1 (Follows order of White Rose)

All teaching slides for Autumn and Spring and Sum 1. Influenced by recent maths hub CPD training and mastery/CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Includes reasoning and problem solving activities to explore, model and discuss in order to teach the underlying mathematical concepts. Follows ORDER of White Rose teaching guidance. Join the Facebook group ‘mastering primary maths’ for preview lessons in the files section :)
xkarenx
Year 3 World Cup 2018 Maths - Addition - Differentiated Levels

Year 3 World Cup 2018 Maths - Addition - Differentiated Levels

These Year 3 World Cup and football themed addition word problems are split into 3 differentiated levels. Each level contains 30 questions with answers. The questions cover all areas of the addition curriculum and are perfect for celebrating the World Cup with your class! The higher level (Super Super Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 3 curriculum and some questions from the Year 4 curriculum. The intermediate level (Super Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 3 curriculum. The lower level (Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 2 curriculum. An assessment table has also been included which sets out each curriculum requirement and the questions which cover it, so you can assess the progress of your class. No further preparation required.
blossomingminds
Measuring lengths/height using a ruler (cm)

Measuring lengths/height using a ruler (cm)

Activity where children are required to measure the heights of the flowers and lengths of the caterpillars using a ruler. From this they are then required to order the flowers and caterpillars from shortest to tallest , and shortest to longest repectively. Second page requires the use of a given scale to record the heights of children, identify the shortest and tallest, and then answer true or false statements in relation to their heights recorded initially.
Cassie7191
Year 2 World Cup 2018 Maths - Addition - Differentiated Levels

Year 2 World Cup 2018 Maths - Addition - Differentiated Levels

These Year 2 World Cup and football themed addition word problems are split into 3 differentiated levels. Each level contains 30 questions with answers. The questions cover all areas of the addition curriculum and are perfect for celebrating the World Cup with your class! The higher level (Super Super Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 2 curriculum and some questions from the Year 3 curriculum. The intermediate level (Super Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 2 curriculum. The lower level (Challenge) contains questions covering the Year 1 curriculum. An assessment table has also been included which sets out each curriculum requirement and the questions which cover it, so you can assess the progress of your class. No further preparation required.
blossomingminds
An Inquiry Based Maths Project with Measure, Fractions & Data Analysis

An Inquiry Based Maths Project with Measure, Fractions & Data Analysis

Help the chickens escape a life of drudgery with this week long inquiry based math project focusing on animal rights. It offers collaborative learning and hands on inquiry requiring the children to solve problems, think critically and apply their knowledge of measure, area, data analysis, fractions, ratio tables and word problems as they help: Chickens to escape a factory farm with the help of the fastest farm animals Plan and design a chicken farm, chicken coop and run using measure and fractions Research, compare and contrast data of wingspans, analyse data and record their data Build model wings based on measure and research Calculate the amount of food necessary for their chicken farm And much more! Informational text is included that the children will have to identify and use in order to solve the problems. Research will be necessary as the children have to know the various wingspans of certain birds and compare them with chickens. UK & USA spelling included. It culminates in a class presentation of the facts found ,reasoning as to their plan and design of their team’s escape and new chicken coop and run. Comparing and contrasting each group’s work, helps with critical thinking too and communication skills. Wholly differentiated, ( Task B cards are less challenging) you can use it as a summative assessment tool of the skills and standards included. It can be created as a booklet or in a binder, with a front cover included, being used as a goal setting pre assessment for the children. Mix and match the pages to suit your students’ needs. I prefer to have the children work on the design pages individually before they compare their designs within a small group and work together to collaboratively create their group plan of the chicken coop & run and the great escape! This inquiry based math packet is easy to print and go, perfect for an IB PYP Sharing the Planet theme and thoroughly encourages student agency throughout. I designed it for my IB PYP 4th grade class. It can be used 3rd – 5th grade too. You will find the following skills and standards ideally suited for the IB PYP Phases 3 & 4 and CCSS Math for 4th and 5th grade: Number sense and base ten operations Fractions: adding Measure: using measuring tools , area & perimeter Geometry: identifying polygons and angles Data analysis Make math fun, engaging and authentic! You can find many more inquiry based math projects in my store and on my blog. Enjoy! Susan Powers PYPteachingtools.com
susanpowers09
Sports Day Theme Maths Bundle (sports week/P.E./cross-curricular)

Sports Day Theme Maths Bundle (sports week/P.E./cross-curricular)

25% off bundle! Contains 4 fun hands on Maths lesson ideas ideal for a Sports theme week around sports day. Stopwatch activity - Explore using a stopwatch and converting time. Practical activity with timing a race, then find averages and create charts. This could be extended into calculating the speed of a run. Jump rope times tables - Multiply 2 dice and take that number of jumps Bean bag maths - take turns to throw beanbags on factors and multiples of numbers on a grid 4.Who will be Champion? Pupils must identify the correct answer amongst the 4 incorrect ones. They can vote interactively with their feet if you rearrange your classroom/hall or simply circle their choice on the provided pupil score sheet. Questions include a mixture of trivia, on Sports, World Records, Althletics & Olympic/Paralympic facts. Mathematical knowledge of decimals and measurement of time, distance and mass are also tested. Most Suitable Y5-Y8 .
ambowers2
Year 6 – Measurement – Area, Perimeter and Volume – Block 5 (Weeks 8-9) - BUNDLE – Spring – White Rose

Year 6 – Measurement – Area, Perimeter and Volume – Block 5 (Weeks 8-9) - BUNDLE – Spring – White Rose

This bundle contains Pack 1 and 2 for the Year 6 - Measurement – Area, Perimeter and Volume - (Block 5). This bundle covers weeks 8 and 9. Pack 1 (Week 8) small steps include: • Shapes - Same area • Area and perimeter • Area of a triangle (1) • Area of a triangle (2) The resources in this pack listed below include worksheets and activities along with answers for each pack: • Worksheets - Shapes - Same area • Activity - Match cards - Shapes - Same area • Worksheets - Area and perimeter • Worksheets - Area of a triangle (1) • Worksheets -Area of a triangle (2) • Contextual planning sheet for guidance Pack 2 (Week 9) small steps include: • Area of a triangle (3) • Area of a parallelogram • Volume - Counting cubes • Volume of a cuboid The resources in this pack listed below include worksheets and activities along with answers for each pack: • Worksheets - Area of a triangle (3) • Activity - Ordering - Area of triangles (3) • Worksheets - Area of a parallelogram • Worksheets - Volume - Counting cubes • Activity - Challenge cards - Volume - Counting cubes • Worksheets - Volume of a cuboid • Template - Dotty paper • Contextual planning sheet for guidance The resources support a mastery approach to encourage a deeper understanding of the topics taught. It follows a CPA (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) approach to ensure all children can access learning. The pack provides pictorial and abstract representations, along with reasoning, problem solving and open-ended investigations. Details of this can be seen in the contextual overview provided. I hope you find them useful. If you have any questions, please email thedigitalstationer@gmail.com Thanks, The Digital Stationer
PrimaryStarsEducation
Measurement  Problem Solving KS2 Romans

Measurement Problem Solving KS2 Romans

This activity combined our History topic of Romans, with our Maths focus of measurement, plus a little bit of shapes and fractions thrown as an assessment of the previous units taught. Students receive a letter from Emperor Hadrian, with the command to rebuild sections of Hadrian`s Wall. They then worked in differientiated groups for calculate the correct measurements for the wall. Once the correct measurements had been calculated they then used their knowledge of 3-D shapes to build the wall. I have included the activity and instructions in pdf and word format for editing. My class loved it, but I have to be honest - it took them all morning! Learning Objectives covered: Geometry: Property of Shapes: • Draw 2-D shapes and make 3-D shapes using modelling materials. Measurement: • Measure, compare, and add lengths (m/cm/mm) • Continue to measure using the appropriate tools and units, progressing to using a wider range of measures, including comparing and using mixed units and simple equivalents of mixed units (for example, 5m = 500cm). Fractions: • Recognise, find and write fractions of a discrete set of objects. • Recognise that tenths arise from dividing an object into 10 equal parts and in dividing one-digit numbers or quantities by 10
susiesee
Reading Ruler and Protractor Scale

Reading Ruler and Protractor Scale

Use this to ensure students can correctly read a scale. Use the protractor one for angles and when I come to teach pie charts. Originally on “Quizdom” format, but works just as well as a powerpoint. It works best as part of a starter in the run up to the main lesson.
SFairfield
KS1 Measuring in cm WHOLE LESSON

KS1 Measuring in cm WHOLE LESSON

KS1 suitable for year 2 - Measuring in cm Daily practice (lesson starter) Draw the amounts on the measuring jugs in ml (Differentiated HA/MA/LA). Measuring in cm worksheets differentiated alongside a notebook presentation about measuring in cm. Working wall displays. ENJOY!
emmakate22
Shapes Notebook

Shapes Notebook

This SMART Notebook file explains how to categorise 2D and 3D shapes as well as how to calculate the area and perimeter of shapes. Finding lines of symmetry and drawing reflections is also included in this file. ClassLab activities help pupils to consolidate their understanding about how to sort 2D and 3D shapes as well as drag and drop activity.
colnbrookg
Metric and Imperial Equivalents

Metric and Imperial Equivalents

Students can practice converting metric to imperial units and vice versa in a range of questions. This will help them develop the skills needed for GCSE Maths or Functional Skills Maths (Level 2) There are conversions in the boxes for reference if they wish to use them. Teachers can use practical resources alongside such as metre sticks, rulers, weighing scales and measuring jugs. Can be used for revision or as a worksheet.
kajal_intwala92
Year 3- 6 weeks of Maths and English

Year 3- 6 weeks of Maths and English

Don’t spend more time then you have to working at home! I have planned English and Maths Year 3 homework, for 6 weeks. English homework has exciting tasks for pupils to describe and use similes, whilst maths is a combination of volume, mass, litres, numbers and measurement. It won’t take too long for the children at home and it will reinforce learning.
SajidaM
Year 2 Millilitres Summer Block 4 Step 5 Lesson Pack

Year 2 Millilitres Summer Block 4 Step 5 Lesson Pack

This Year 2 Millilitres lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes two reasoning and one problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
ClassroomSecrets
Pythagorean Tree Lesson, accessible from Y6 to Y13 !!

Pythagorean Tree Lesson, accessible from Y6 to Y13 !!

This lesson introduces the patterns and maths behind the amazing Pythagorean Tree. Print off the worksheet and dotted paper (make sure the printer option has no scaling then the dots remain as 5mm) Start the lesson by showing the ppt. At a basic level the lesson is to follow the procedure and draw the tree. The higher level is to fill in the worksheet and spot the patterns and make predictions. The optional top level is to find the formulas. Either way, the lesson provides a great introduction to fractuals and produces some accessible and interesting sequences.
ptrett
Estimate then Measure

Estimate then Measure

Estimate and measure objects (in cm) or larger areas (in m) using this versatile worksheet. If you haven’t got access to a trundle wheel to measure areas in metres, just ask your students to measure using long strides (these are equal to approximately 1 metre).
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