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Place Value manipulation: differentiated worksheet

Place Value manipulation: differentiated worksheet

Differentiated worksheet to stretch and challenge their knowledge of place value. Linking into the GCSE style questions that challenge the understanding of multiplication and the place value system. Mastery is the key - so progressively harder, will links to fractions as well as evaluating mathematical statements.
cathrynbale
Addition and Subtraction Resources

Addition and Subtraction Resources

A number of slides and resources that can be used for teaching addition and subtraction, including written methods, decimal numbers and mental addition and subtraction.
krisgreg30
5.NBT.B.7 - Quiz and Answer Guide

5.NBT.B.7 - Quiz and Answer Guide

Our quizzes are brief, formative diagnostic tools designed to test mastery and identify misconceptions a student has around a single Common Core standard. Assess your students' ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, to relate the strategy to a written method, and to explain the reasoning used with this quiz. This product includes: • 1 fill-in-the-blank question • 2 multiple choice questions • An accompanying answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Mastery, fluency and reasoning Place value lower KS2  Year 3 and 4 ordering numbers and more!

Mastery, fluency and reasoning Place value lower KS2 Year 3 and 4 ordering numbers and more!

Here are 30 questions that promote critical thinking. They are based upon the mastery approach . They are great for showing if a child has understood the process/concept of place value, adding 100/1000, ordering numbers and more. Lots of puzzles and problems with pictorial representations. Feel free to edit and differentiate to meet your classes needs. Many thanks, I hope they are useful.
Chesholivia
Place Value Grid Upper KS2

Place Value Grid Upper KS2

Place value grid - perfect to laminate and to use in main lessons or in starters! Great for teaching place value ranging from millions to hundredths. Also can be used for teaching multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. You could even expand to A3 size and use on a working wall or flipchart as a learning aid. The bright colours help to engage pupils. Also, this resource shows children that the decimal point belongs on the line and does not have its own square!
talktokt3
Ordering and Comparing Large numbers

Ordering and Comparing Large numbers

A lesson on ordering and comparing large numbers. Powerpoint contains: a video for visual learners, sentence starters to encourage maths talk and inequality symbols to print out. Differentiated worksheets included. Aimed at SEND Year 8 students but can easily be used for KS1 & 2 or KS3 intervention groups. Dyslexic friendly font and powerpoint.
Charmartin19
Y6 Place Value Build a Number Activity

Y6 Place Value Build a Number Activity

Children have to create a number fitting the criteria - differentiated three ways. Yellow is simplest, followed by orange and red most challenging. Created for Y6 Place Value topic.
Nereis
100 or Bust - Posters - Regular practice with number bonds and partitions

100 or Bust - Posters - Regular practice with number bonds and partitions

Have you tried 100 or bust (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/100-or-bust-getting-started-with-prime-colours-11715227?theme=1)? Here are some posters to enable regular practice of these essential skills for your class. Display posters on whiteboard, on wall or in a self-access area so that children can practise the skills as they need to. 100 or bust is a way is an activity that embeds our practice by play ethos to practise fundamental skills as often as children need to in an engaging way. Using Prime Colour cards, children find and get used to different ways to partition 100 in to different numbers. There are lots of ways to play this game. Check our website (www.mathsbycolour.com) for more ways to support your children's practice of arithmetic.
mathsbycolour
Double-sided A3 sized Place Value grid with PowerPoint activities

Double-sided A3 sized Place Value grid with PowerPoint activities

This resource contains an editable A3-sized Place Value grid that is colourful and large enough to put counters on for a fun, practical (concrete) Maths activity. I currently have 30 of these laminated for use. One side has the place value columns written in words and the other as numerals. The PowerPoint that accompanies this is perfect for input and covers: - Reading numbers expressed on a place value grid. - Writing numbers expressed as counters. - Recognising what happens when we shift counters left and right. - and more...
GalvaniseEDU