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Math Tarsia Puzzles Growing Bundle

Math Tarsia Puzzles Growing Bundle

A HUGE GROWING bundle of NO PREP math Tarsia puzzles that are sure to keep your children engaged. These puzzle activities are perfect as a whole lesson or extension activity. Each puzzle contains a completed set as well as a mixed puzzle set. After buying this bundle you will receive free life long updates and added resources. Buy now and save even more later! ------------------------ Please don’t forget to rate this product and provide feedback to earn credits that you can use toward future purchases on TpT. Also be sure to visit my store and FOLLOW ME to see my new products and hear about upcoming sales!
adamjharvey245
Morning Maths Challenges - Y5/Y6

Morning Maths Challenges - Y5/Y6

This is 14 weeks worth of Morning Maths Challenges. Each week contains 5 days worth of questions (4 for week one due an INSET in my school) with answers. Each day contains 15 tricky, 15 trickier and 15 trickiest maths questions for children to answer. I have used these in my Y5 class for the past two years and I found that they help children to make progress - I use it as a revision task every morning and spend approximately 20-30 minutes on this task each day.
Emmaclark2711
Someone has stolen Christmas! - Maths 'whodunit' - 8 suspects, 1 crime...with answers

Someone has stolen Christmas! - Maths 'whodunit' - 8 suspects, 1 crime...with answers

Here is the second in the series of maths 'whodunit' mysteries. Someone has stolen Christmas and Santa wants it back! Could it be the fairy at the top of the tree? Could it be Rudolph or even Mrs Claus... Work out the clues to find out who the guilty party is... This resource contains 3 separate worksheets and all the instructions to give your class a fantastic lesson. The problems centre around; Roman Numerals, Finding Percentages and knowing the 8 points of the compass and following directions. All answers are worked out for you! If you have downloaded this resource please take the time to review it...all views welcomed. If you like this resource, check out my 'Who stole Rudolph's Nose' maths whodunit too.
rich4ruth
Multiplying and Dividing Integers Math Stations

Multiplying and Dividing Integers Math Stations

These integers math stations are perfect to engage students in analyzing integers. Students will develop a deep understanding of multiplying and dividing integers after completing these math stations.There are four math stations. Three stations are created with the intent that students will discover the “rules” for integer multiplication and division. The Stations Include • Modeling Multiplication on a Number Line: students will model integer multiplication on a number line and will make sense of the mathematical notation. • Analyze with Colors: students will discover the “rules” by noticing patterns. • Integer Extensions: students will extend their knowledge of integer multiplication to more than two integers being multiplied by analyzing patterns. • State the Sign: This station should be used last. Students will apply their knowledge and justify their reasoning to integer multiplication and division problems. These math centers are aligned with common core 7.NS.A.2 These stations include a recording sheet and an answer sheet. These would also be great to use as homework, group work or assessments. © MakeSenseofMath2016 One product purchase is for one teacher
micsigaran
Someone has stolen Rudolph's Red Nose! - Christmas maths 'whodunit' -2 levels of challenge + answers

Someone has stolen Rudolph's Red Nose! - Christmas maths 'whodunit' -2 levels of challenge + answers

Contained in this resource is a maths 'Whodunit' activity. This resource involves pupils in finding out which one of the other eight reindeers stole Rudolph's Red Nose, by working out maths clues and eliminating the suspects. This activity could be collaborative or individual and is guaranteed good fun! This has been differentiated two ways and contains some much more challenging 3D shape & BIDMAS type questions in the Higher Ability version. If you've downloaded this resource please rate it and provide feedback - all views welcomed. Thanks
rich4ruth
Standard Form revision

Standard Form revision

Keeping with the theme of the revision lessons already on here this lesson looks at the ability of students being able to write as a standard form, or as an ordinary number. It also looks at multiplication or division of numbers written in standard form. This lesson is part of the bundle I am currently putting together for both my higher level and foundation level students. The bundle can be found from the following link. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-revision-lessons-11733758
sjcooper
Maths Board Games

Maths Board Games

Microsoft Excel, dice and counters required A new set of numbers every time the file is opened. Addition x 3 files (single + single digit, two digits + single digit, three digits + single digit) Subtraction x 2 files (two digits take away numbers up to 20, three digits take away one digit) Multiplication times table up to 12 2 x landscape game boards (join together) 74 game squares in total Enlarge to A3 for best results You or students, decide on the rules. First to reach the finish is the winner! Creates lots of excitement and enthusiasm at any time, however the games work really well, as either the first, or last Maths session of the week. A really useful resource too, as part of an after school Maths Club
pjmcc2