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Starters Finishers Literacy / Maths (Year 5 / 6)

Starters Finishers Literacy / Maths (Year 5 / 6)

Starter and early finishers printable tasks BUNDLE for Literacy and Maths, ideal for Upper KS2 (Y5 and Y6), although they will suit many early KS3 too. These low prep activities are great to have on hand for the busy end of term / year for revision and as purposeful fillers. Some of my most popular resource packs are contained in this big value BUNDLE - 20 Creative Writing Story Prompt Cards, 6 Editing / Proofreading SPaG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) puzzles, 40 Complex Sentences Writing Cards, 8 Mental Maths Crossnumber Puzzles, 36 Maths Trail Cards and 200+ Mental Maths Question Cards. For full information and previews please see the detailed descriptions on the 6 individual resource pages. Alternatively, here are some other BUNDLES you might be interested in: [Literacy Starters Year 5 / 6 BUNDLE(https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/literacy-starters-year-5-6-11880756) Literacy Year 5 / 6 (End or Start of Term BUNDLE) Mental Maths Year 5 / 6 BUNDLE Maths Hidden Word Puzzles MEGA BUNDLE French Revision KS2 KS3 BUNDLE Thank you for your interest in my resources. I would be grateful for any reviews you are able to give me if you can spare a moment. For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to help plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
FullShelf
Multiple choice 24 - multiplying and dividing directed numbers

Multiple choice 24 - multiplying and dividing directed numbers

Another little activity for AFL, revision, starter or a plenary. Works well with mini whiteboards and adaptable to voting systems. Can easily be printed off for class use. Aimed at KS2 and KS3 multiple choice activity with multiplying and dividing directed numbers. Hope you find it useful Please leave feedback
commuter
Multiple choice 23 - adding and subtracting directed numbers

Multiple choice 23 - adding and subtracting directed numbers

Another little activity for AFL, revision, starter or a plenary. Works well with mini whiteboards and adaptable to voting systems. Can easily be printed off for class use. Aimed at KS2 and KS3 multiple choice activity with adding and subtracting directed numbers. Hope you find it useful Please leave feedback
commuter
Basic Maths Skills Worksheets (Set 1)

Basic Maths Skills Worksheets (Set 1)

As a parent or teacher, do you want to prevent your child’s brain drain over the long summer holiday? I have created this set of basic skills maths worksheets to help do this; this set covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mathematical language and some problem solving. Maybe just get your child to complete one worksheet per day, and by the end of the week hopefully, they can get 100% The worksheets can be printed out, or used on an iPad with an app such as Notes Writer or Bamboo Paper; I prefer to use Notes Plus and an Apple Pencil. More challenging sets of worksheets to follow!
paul_mc
Huge Bank of KS3 Number Starters

Huge Bank of KS3 Number Starters

This is a very useful set of 10 starters on KS3 Maths number topics. Topics covered include: Rounding, Directed Numbers, Place Value, Units of Time, Money and Reading Number Scales. I’ve used these to settle my KS3 students and focus them as they enter the classroom, to check prior knowledge, to introduce topics and as a plenary activity.
jcoulter62
GCSE Non-Calculator Bundle

GCSE Non-Calculator Bundle

GCSE Non-Calculator Bundle All answers are included. If bought independently, these 3 resources would cost £10.50, but I am offering them in this bundle for £8.50, a saving of 19%. To view items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
KS3 Mathematics Starter Bundle

KS3 Mathematics Starter Bundle

This is a collection of 8 different resources and approximately 60 different Excel tabs. I use these as a premise for my starters with a mix of abilities from year 7-9. Each worksheet is differentiated, so you can give students varying sheets, or request they work from varying sections of the interactive whiteboard, whilst still providing them with the same answers. They foster a calm start to the lesson, and students always seem excited to learn when the lesson is started in this manner. The addition pyramids contain a self-check tool, so children can usefully self mark. The multiplication grid generator, includes an exciting ‘challenge’ sheet in which students have to work backwards to work out the row and column headers (using similiar skills to Sudoku). In addition to this the Cross number, and the times table grid excitingly contain a magic number extension. This involves students having to collate their answers, i.e. summing certain values, to obtain a magic numbers and perhaps win a small prize (sticker, or sweet, or just simple praise). Please review if you found helfpul.
skierkrowlands
Quadratic sequences lesson

Quadratic sequences lesson

Lesson includes Title, date, objective, success criteria, key words Starter Discussion task Definitions and examples Investigation tasks AfL quick fire questions Afl misconception questions AfL whiteboards Questions and solutions Accessible for lower ability and challenge high ability Plenary FUSE Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
Negative Number Match cards

Negative Number Match cards

Set of 2 differentiated matching card activities. Students to complete the sum on the card and put in the correct column on the answer template.
douggie_b
To be able to use the four operators with negative numbers

To be able to use the four operators with negative numbers

Please find within this download: A detailed and engaging PowerPoint, Differentiated (SEN, LA, MA, HA & Mastery) Worksheet with Answer Sheet for a complete lesson on this National Curriculum Statement. The PowerPoint has the following features: → Differentiated starter activity → Extremely logical and simplistic explanations with animated examples and pictures to aid learning → Careful step by step guidance that can be moved forwards and backwards through easily → Many opportunities for AfL embedded within the lesson → Plenary activity to finish the session The Word document has the following features: → Differentiated activities on one sheet from SEN, LA, MA, HA and Mastery Challenge → Coloured activity boxes to help you quickly assign tasks to children → Learning objective and short date (which automatically updates to the day you open the document) → Differentiated success criteria that link with the PowerPoint → Answer sheet included Explore our other Number Lessons:
SecondaryStars
GCSE Foundation Maths Number Millionaire

GCSE Foundation Maths Number Millionaire

Add some fun to your exam revision lessons with this millionaire game. This resource is suitable for either KS3 or KS4 as a revision tool for revising GCSE Maths Number related topics. It includes sound effects as well as an engaging plenary featuring a clip from the actual television show. Topics covered include: -negative numbers -order of operations -types of numbers -percentages -fractions -inequalities -standard form -HCF -ratio -proportion
sabmer
Simultaneous equations graphically

Simultaneous equations graphically

Lesson includes Title, date, objective, success criteria, key words Starter Discussion task Definitions and examples AfL whiteboard Match up activity Graphs Investigation activity Accessible for lower ability and challenge high ability Plenary FUSE Please leave a review For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
Year 6 place value/ four operations bundle

Year 6 place value/ four operations bundle

Each weekly plan contains an extensive notebook file to cover the weekly teaching and four worksheets to accompany the notebook. Each worksheet provides opportunity for fluency, reasoning and problem solving. Week 1 planning covers the following objectives: I can read numbers up to 10,000,000 I can write numbers up to 10, 000, 000 I know the value of each digit in numbers up to 10, 000, 000 I can compare 6 digit numbers I can compare 7 digits numbers I can use reasoning to solve problems comparing numbers up to 10, 000, 000 I can order 7 digit numbers. I can use reasoning to solve problems ordering numbers up to 10, 000, 000 I can round any whole number to the required degree of accuracy. Week 2 planning covers the following objectives: I can round any whole number to the required degree of accuracy. I can solve problems using rounding. I can order negative numbers. I can find missing numbers in negative number sequences. I can calculate intervals across 0 I can find the answer when given the intervals. I can use negative numbers in context. Week 3 planning covers the following objectives: I can use written addition to add whole numbers. I can use written addition to add decimals. I can use written subtraction of whole numbers I can subtract decimals using written subtraction.
lisalouisehill
Directed Numbers scaffolded revision (DIRT Task)

Directed Numbers scaffolded revision (DIRT Task)

The attached questions PowerPoint can be printed as a 2-to-page worksheet on Directed Numbers. I created this as a Dedicated Improvement and Reflection Time (DIRT) task for my Year 7 top set class on directed numbers. The resource scaffolds thinking about directed numbers, and includes a number line that should be brought to the attention of learners. I found that my class did not tend to visualise a number line independently, so the idea of this task was to get them to think about the use of the number line as a tool for thinking about directed numbers. The task starts with identifying larger and smaller numbers (number line prompt) Question 2 directs thinking about direction of travel along a number line Question 3 begins thinking about multiplication / balancing number equations Questions 4 and 5 are from UKMT Maths Challenge past papers and should consolidate thinking and uses the key word difference in Q5. ** Answers are attached in a separate file.** I hope you find this resource useful – any and all feedback is appreciated.
dc14300
Year 6 mastery place value

Year 6 mastery place value

Year 6 maths worksheet including fluency, reasoning and problem solving. Objectives covered: I can calculate intervals across 0 I can find the answer when given the intervals.
lisalouisehill
Year 6 mastery place value

Year 6 mastery place value

Year 6 place value worksheet including fluency, reasoning and problem solving. Objectives covered: I can order negative numbers. I can find missing numbers in negative number sequences.
lisalouisehill
KS2 Maths Bundle (Number)

KS2 Maths Bundle (Number)

Topic-focused SATs questions and fully-worked solutions for the NUMBER strand. Click 👉 tes.com/…/bundles… for booklet bundles of the other strands.<hr>I have put all my NUMBER booklets together in this one convenient download. I hope that this is helpful to you.<hr> The questions in these booklets are in the style of actual SATs questions and are designed to be printed as A4 or A5. KEY POINTS: I have provided full answers, with comments and working where helpful. I have maintained the style of the actual SATs questions so that students can become comfortable with the way that SATs questions are presented. Most of the questions are from actual SATs papers, but I have also added questions so that this resource matches the requirements the current curriculum better than the older resources that are still in common use (note that many of the older resources of this type contain questions on topics which are no longer examined). I have spent a lot of time arranging the questions so that there is a general increase in difficulty as students work through them, and so that they fit on the pages better – this means less wasted space and significant paper-saving when printing 😃 <hr>👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…
Maths4Everyone
Arithmetic orienteering (set 5)

Arithmetic orienteering (set 5)

A set of arithmetic orienteering/treasure hunt/follow me cards based on the current KS2 maths curriculum. The idea is for the children to find a card, read the question, solve it and then to go and find that answer. On the back of the answer will be the next question for the children to do the same; solve, find and then answer the next question. There is no set starting point as the set loops back around. There are 36 questions, just like the KS2 maths Arithmetic paper 1 test. Questions are one colour and answers are another colour. Just cut out the rows and fold them over, then laminate.
jghy2k
Arithmetic orienteering (set 4)

Arithmetic orienteering (set 4)

A set of arithmetic orienteering/treasure hunt/follow me cards based on the current KS2 maths curriculum. The idea is for the children to find a card, read the question, solve it and then to go and find that answer. On the back of the answer will be the next question for the children to do the same; solve, find and then answer the next question. There is no set starting point as the set loops back around. There are 36 questions, just like the KS2 maths Arithmetic paper 1 test. Questions are one colour and answers are another colour. Just cut out the rows and fold them over, then laminate.
jghy2k
Arithmetic orienteering (set 3)

Arithmetic orienteering (set 3)

A set of arithmetic orienteering/treasure hunt/follow me cards based on the current KS2 maths curriculum. The idea is for the children to find a card, read the question, solve it and then to go and find that answer. On the back of the answer will be the next question for the children to do the same; solve, find and then answer the next question. There is no set starting point as the set loops back around. There are 36 questions, just like the KS2 maths Arithmetic paper 1 test. Questions are one colour and answers are another colour. Just cut out the rows and fold them over, then laminate.
jghy2k
Arithmetic orienteering (set 2)

Arithmetic orienteering (set 2)

A set of arithmetic orienteering/treasure hunt/follow me cards based on the current KS2 maths curriculum. The idea is for the children to find a card, read the question, solve it and then to go and find that answer. On the back of the answer will be the next question for the children to do the same; solve, find and then answer the next question. There is no set starting point as the set loops back around. There are 36 questions, just like the KS2 maths Arithmetic paper 1 test. Questions are one colour and answers are another colour. Just cut out the rows and fold them over, then laminate.
jghy2k
Arithmetic orienteering (set 1)

Arithmetic orienteering (set 1)

A set of arithmetic orienteering/treasure hunt/follow me cards based on the current KS2 maths curriculum. The idea is for the children to find a card, read the question, solve it and then to go and find that answer. On the back of the answer will be the next question for the children to do the same; solve, find and then answer the next question. There is no set starting point as the set loops back around. There are 36 questions, just like the KS2 maths Arithmetic paper 1 test. Questions are one colour and answers are another colour. Just cut out the rows and fold them over, then laminate.
jghy2k
Arithmetic orienteering cards (Sets 1-5)

Arithmetic orienteering cards (Sets 1-5)

I have made five arithmetic orienteering/treasure hunt/follow me cards to be placed inside/outside for the children to find and solve. The idea is to find a question, work out the answer and then find that answer. On the back of that answer will be the next question for them to solve and then go and find, and so on. There doesn’t need to be a set starting point as they all go around in a loop. The questions are all based on the new maths curriculum for the current KS2 tests. Each set has 36 questions, just like the KS2 Arithmetic paper 1. Questions are one colour and answers are another colour. Just cut out the rows and fold them over, then laminate.
jghy2k
Y6 SATs revision - last minute games

Y6 SATs revision - last minute games

This bundle is full of last minute fun activities to support the revision of SPG and Maths SATs. It includes: Two ‘fastest finger first’ SPG games, where children compete against each other to hunt for word class. One fractions treasure hunt One Arithmetic treasure huhnt One reasoning board game One reasoning treasure hunt One SPG test with 50 new questions One fractions, decimals and percentages game One grammar treasure hunt I am using all these activities in the week running up to SATs to make the most of going outside and to ensure revision is much more fun! My kids absolutely love them, as they don’t even realise they are revising! Hope they are useful to you.
Becky-Stevie