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Olympic maths challenge

Olympic maths challenge

A range of maths challenges for children to complete as revision of a range of year 1 topics; - Addition and subtraction - Number bonds to 10 and 20 - one more and one less - number sequences -shapes -More than and less than Two levels of difficulty. Children can time themselves and it can be very competitive!
kennykoalabear
Maths Board Game with Unlimited Questions

Maths Board Game with Unlimited Questions

Have some fun in the classroom with this maths based board game which comes with unlimited questions. With simple, easy-to-follow rules, this game provides a nice change of pace and allows you to cover numerous topics you would have taught throughout the year. Includes Printable board made for A3 so can be scaled down in high quality. Printable counters and dice net for easy setup. Two sets of rules; one simpler than the other, for younger players. FlipChart board version for whole class games. Link to generate free, unlimited questions based on various topics and your classes age. Printable question cards for this game are produced for free at PrimaryMathsResources.com where you can pick your topics and your age range to produce questions over and over and over again. This will always be free to use, so please enjoy.
PrimaryMathsResources
11+ and KS2 Maths Workbook

11+ and KS2 Maths Workbook

A comprehensive Maths workbook which can be used for Year 4-6 students in preparation for 11 + Exams and KS2 SATs. Also suitable for lower KS3 students. Topics included are number knowledge, , multiplication,division,conversion, mixed calculations,factors and multiples,sequences, fractions and percentages.Can be used as a homework booklet or as supplementary worksheets. Workbook includes standard answer questions and multiple choice questions as well as word problems with helpful hints and tips. Designed to help pupils work on their own and suitable for parents who want extra support for their children.Answers are also included with some explanations.
loretta3
Year 3/4 Using Place Value to Create Statements

Year 3/4 Using Place Value to Create Statements

I Can Use Place Value To Create Statements Five-way differentiated Place Value Activity for a Mixed Year 3/4 class. Lower 3s: Complete number sentence involving addition where options are given to balance the sentence. Middle 3s: Complete missing digit number sentences giving all the possible answers. E.g. _2 + _2 Lower 4s: Given three number cards and missing digit questions including greater than and less than signs. Middle 4s/High 3s: Complete numbers sentences involving mixed operations. High 4s: Balancing equations with a calculation on both sides of the equals.
jstrike
Ordering Decimals task cards

Ordering Decimals task cards

Included in this pack are 32 task cards for ordering decimals, suitable for Year 4 and 5. There are 16 red cards which use whole numbers and numbers with up to 2 decimal places. The green pack uses decimal numbers with up to 3 decimal places. Children could either use the green or red pack depending on their understanding of decimals. Please note that the green cards 1-7 are the same as red cards 10-16 so if students first complete the red pack they then need to start at number 8 of the green pack as an extension task. Included on every task is an additional question such as rounding a number or finding the total for the smallest and largest decimal. (These task cards are the same as my Christmas Ordering Decimals Task Cards but can be used any time of year!)
Littlesherbetlemon
Y1 Maths Mastery Planning Spring -  4 weeks of plans

Y1 Maths Mastery Planning Spring - 4 weeks of plans

4 days of Y1 Maths planning based on a Mastery Maths principle incorporating Varied Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills - including questions to ask and misconceptions that might occur plus a Practise session for children to apply their skills independently. An example Stem Sentence to use each lesson is also included. PLEASE NOTE: The preview sometimes makes pages look unformatted. These are fine when opened in Word. Based on the White Rose small steps approach, the NCETM mastery approach and using examples from both these, NRICH and my own ideas. Each day includes sheets to record the steps in the lesson as you go, although some sessions could also be done directly into books. Previous plans in Autumn have been used in more than one class and children showed good progression in learning and excellent understanding and application of skills on the practise examples. This example includes lessons on: Place Value and Addition and Subtraction to 50 I am planning on adding more examples if these are useful. Please note, these are plans based on my own class and should be adapted to suit the needs of your own children. Weekly plans can have anything from 3-5 lessons on it, depending upon what is going on in school, although I try to average 4. A 'spare' day can be used for consolidation / additional problem solving / assessment etc.
TeachLikeYouMeanIt
White Rose Maths Y1 & Y2 Spring Blocks 1 and 2 Weekly Planning

White Rose Maths Y1 & Y2 Spring Blocks 1 and 2 Weekly Planning

This bundle includes weekly planning for the following blocks Y1 Spring Block 1: Addition and Subtraction (4 weeks/20 lessons) Y1 Spring Block 2: Place Value to 50 (2 weeks/10 lessons) Y2 Spring Block 1: Multiplication and Division (2 weeks/10 lessons) Y2 Spring Block 2: Statistics (2 weeks/10 lessons) All Planning follows small steps guidance from White Rose. Direct reference is made to the models used. The Y1 Planning has continuous provision added and the Y2 links to the Interim Framework Standards. I have also added my slightly adapted Y2 overview with the Interim Framework Standards added.
kristyg
Y1 Maths Mastery Planning Spring Block 2 Week 2 Place Value to 50

Y1 Maths Mastery Planning Spring Block 2 Week 2 Place Value to 50

4 days of Y1 Maths planning based on a Mastery Maths principle incorporating Varied Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills - including questions to ask and misconceptions that might occur plus a Practise session for children to apply their skills independently. An example Stem Sentence to use each lesson is also included. PLEASE NOTE: The preview sometimes makes pages look unformatted. These are fine when opened in Word. Based on the White Rose small steps approach, the NCETM mastery approach and using examples from both these, NRICH and my own ideas. Each day includes sheets to record the steps in the lesson as you go, although some sessions could also be done directly into books. Previous plans in Autumn have been used in more than one class and children showed good progression in learning and excellent understanding and application of skills on the practise examples. This example includes lessons on: One more, one less (focus on one more) One more, one less (focus on one less) Compare objects within 50 Compare numbers within 50 I am planning on adding more examples if these are useful. Please note, these are plans based on my own class and should be adapted to suit the needs of your own children. Weekly plans can have anything from 3-5 lessons on it, depending upon what is going on in school, although I try to average 4. A 'spare' day can be used for consolidation / additional problem solving / assessment etc.
TeachLikeYouMeanIt
Year 5 & 6 Maths Loop Games Bundle

Year 5 & 6 Maths Loop Games Bundle

This resource contains 6 separate fully tried and tested maths loop games. Each game has been attractively created and the subject matter is drawn from the Year 5 & 6 Maths Programme of Study. Each game contains at least 32 cards (some have more). If you have downloaded this resource please take the time to write a review and check out my other resources.
rich4ruth
Year 3 & 4 Maths Loop Game Bundle

Year 3 & 4 Maths Loop Game Bundle

This resource contains 6 separate fully tried and tested maths loop games. Each game has been attractively created and the subject matter is drawn from the Year 3 & 4 Maths Programme of Study. Each game contains at least 32 cards (some have more). If you have downloaded this resource please take the time to write a review and check out my other resources.
rich4ruth