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Measures Conversion - Y5 Y6 Convert between different units of metric measure

Measures Conversion - Y5 Y6 Convert between different units of metric measure

LO: To convert between different units of metric measure (for example, kilometre and metre; centimetre and metre; centimetre and millimetre; gram and kilogram; litre and millilitre) Perhaps one of the easiest ways to differentiate is to provide the support sheet and encourage pupils to look for a similar conversion. Can they gradually use the support sheet less? 1-6. Match up cards. Pupils cut out and match up the cm with equivalent m cards etc.. Differentiated - 3 levels of challenge. Harder challenges have blank cards which pupils must complete. 7. Metric Conversion - Spot My Mistakes. Helps pupils become aware of common errors. 8. Conversion Support Sheet. 9. Place Value scaffold for conversion using digit cards if required - enlarge to A3. 10, 15, 16 Conversion Flip Cards These cards pose metric conversion questions and have the converted answer on the back. They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work. Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card. Ideas for use: a. Work with partner and flip when you both have an answer. b. Work on own and ask partner to flip & check your answers. c. Work independently against a timer. d. Make your own Easy, Hard, and Harder Flip Cards. e. Sort the cards into Easy, Hard, Harder piles and explain your reasoning. f. You could edit a couple of cards; giving them the wrong answers and see how long it takes for pupils to spot your “mistakes”. 11. Conversion Code Cracker. 4 Challenges with answers. 12. Conversion Picture Puzzles. 4 Puzzles with answers. 13. Convert Measures - Length. 14. Length combining units.
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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
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
Christmas Ordering Decimals Task Cards

Christmas 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. Answers and a black line version to save on printer ink has been included.
Littlesherbetlemon
GCSE Maths Starters Pack

GCSE Maths Starters Pack

This pack includes resources which are ideal to use at the start of lesson to get pupils engaged and motivated. In the pack is a simple addition starter which is great for group-working, a set of 8 thought-provoking probability starters (covering the topics of tree diagrams, sample space diagrams, probability scales, relative frequency and listing outcomes) to get students thinking in a different way and a set of questions which cover the essential skills pupils need at GCSE Maths: working with fractions, decimals and percentages, area and perimeter of 2-D shape and multiplication.
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