Planned and tested Mathematic resources for teachers in the primary, secondary and FE sectors. A wide range of subject matters from algebra to geometry in both interactive and powerpoint formats. So if you need an affordable solution for a Maths lesson plan then the Maths Geezer has a solution.

Planned and tested Mathematic resources for teachers in the primary, secondary and FE sectors. A wide range of subject matters from algebra to geometry in both interactive and powerpoint formats. So if you need an affordable solution for a Maths lesson plan then the Maths Geezer has a solution.

Year1 Number - Addition and Subtraction lesson on Number Bonds to 20.
Split into three parts.
Part 1: Recap and extension.
Part 2: Reading, writing and interpreting mathematical statements.
Part 3: Using knowledge of number bonds to 20 to solve problems with larger numbers.
Lesson Objectives:
a) To read, write and interpret mathematical statements involving addition (+) subtraction (-) and equals (=) signs. (1C2b)
b) To be able to represent and use number bonds and related subtraction facts within 20. (1C1)
c) To be able to add and subtract single-digit and two-digit numbers to 20, including zero. (1C2a)
d) To solve one step problems that involve addition and subtraction. (1C4)
Students are encouraged to use a range of concrete objects to help them solve problems. Includes recording templates for diagrams, words and symbols, using a Ten Frame, and Mastery questions, and blank templates/worksheets.

A bingo activity game, can be used as a starter or plenary, to assess learning outcomes. Slides contain multiplication and division sums, where one number is divided or multiplied by a multiple of 10. Students need to workout answers.
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Part 1 of 5.
A series of A5 practise sheets, designed mainly as a series of lesson starters, to embed mastery of the times table up to 20.
Approximately 40 different tasks.
Includes:
Individual 2 to 20 times table tests.
Counting on Task - 19 short tasks of finding missing numbers by counting on in 2’s, 3’s 4’s etc up to 20.
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Part 2 of 5.
A series of A5 practise sheets, designed mainly as a series of lesson starters, to embed mastery of the times table up to 20.
Approximately 40 different tasks.
Includes:
Task 2 involves a spider diagram with ten questions. Some are asking for an answer to a multiplication question, others show the answer and require the students to find the question.
For more Number resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

A lesson designed for students to work with and familiarise themselves with money.
Objectives:
To be able to recognise and use symbols for pounds (£) and pence §.
To be able to combine amounts to make a particular value. (2M3a)
To find different combinations of coins that equal the same amounts of money. (2M3b)
Includes examples and challenge questions.
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2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
This Smartboard version allows students to move objects around to help solve problems.
Part of Counting in 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s series.
Success Criteria:
Competent:
I can group concrete objects into fives, and say how many groups of fives there are.
Accomplished:
I can find the total by counting in fives.
Exceptional:
I can use my reasoning skills to solve problems involving multiples of fives.
Part 1 - 32 slides
Uses everyday objects, Numicon, money, pentagons, hands. feet, 5p coins, to get students to count and think in fives.
Part 2 - 30 slides
Recaps part 1 - builds upon learning and then challenges students with mastery questions using 5p coins to buy small items. Also compares amounts of 5p coins to 2p and 10p coins.
Includes self-assessment slides for students and a “Whizz Bang” game as a plenary.

Year1 Number - Addition and Subtraction lesson on Number Bonds to 10.
Lesson Objectives:
a) To understand number bonds to 10.
b) To be able to represent number bonds to 10 using diagrams, words and symbols.
c) To be able to add single-digit numbers with a total of 10.
d) To know all pairs of numbers with a total of 10. (1C1)
Includes recording templates for diagrams, words and symbols, using a Ten Frame, and Mastery questions.

This is an absolute winner!
I have used this activity in both secondary schools and FE colleges, and is suitable for primary learning. It really works in engaging students of all abilities and ages. This can be used as stand alone fun activity, or as a starter for a lesson on place value.
It also provides opportunity for 2 digit addition (calculator/non-calculator).
Full instructions and suggestions included.
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Part 3 of 5.
A series of A5 practise sheets, designed mainly as a series of lesson starters, to embed mastery of the times table up to 20.
Approximately 40 different tasks.
Includes:
Circles Task - A circle is split into four sectors, and each sector split into 20 parts. Students are required to fill each part with the first 20 multiples of the sector number. Comes in random order and numerical order.
Gird Task - A grid containing 20 squares. Students are required to fill each square with the first 20 multiples of the grid number. Comes in random order and numerical order.
For more Number resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

Part 5 of 5.
A series of A5 practise sheets, designed mainly as a series of lesson starters, to embed mastery of the times table up to 20.
Approximately 40 different tasks.
Includes:
Teddy Bear Task - Students are required to fill each spot with the next 19 multiples of the number on the teddy’s nose. Comes in random order and numerical order.
Missing Numbers Tests - 19 tests, divided into two sections.
(i) 2-20 times tables.
(ii) 11-20 times tables.
These involve random multiplication questions where students have to work out the missing numbers. Designed for mastery with depth.
For more Number resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
This Smartboard version allows students to move objects around to help solve problems.
Part of Counting in 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s series.
Success Criteria:
Competent:
I can group concrete objects into twos, and say how many groups of twos there are.
Accomplished:
I can find the total by counting in twos.
Exceptional:
I can use my reasoning skills to solve problems involving multiples of twos.
Part 1 - 28 slides
Uses everyday objects, Numicon, money, twins, trainers. to get students to count and think in twos.
Part 2 - 28 slides
Recaps part 1 - builds upon learning and then challenges students with mastery questions using 2p coins to buy small items.
Includes self-assessment slides for students and a “Whizz Bang” game as a plenary.

Part 4 of 5.
A series of A5 practise sheets, designed mainly as a series of lesson starters, to embed mastery of the times table up to 20.
Approximately 40 different tasks.
Includes:
Windows Task - Students are required to fill each window with the next 19 multiples of the door number. Comes in random order and numerical order.
Snakes Task - Students are required to fill each spot with the next 19 multiples of the spot number. Comes in random order and numerical order.
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A series of multiplication worksheets designed for students to achieve mastery of the times table from 2-20.
The A5 task sheets are primarily designed to be used as lesson starters, to regularly revise learning and test knowledge. But can be used as a longer lesson activity.
The interactive resource particularly lends itself to a whole class activity.
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An interactive lesson that allows students to “drag and drop” coins and notes to solve problems.
Objectives:
To be able to recognise and use symbols for pounds (£) and pence §.
To be able to combine amounts to make a particular value. (2M3a)
To find different combinations of coins that equal the same amounts of money. (2M3b)
Includes examples and challenge questions.
For more interactive resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

A pack of different Maths starters/activities.
Includes:
Decimal Washing Line - Ordering and comparing decimals.
Recognising Numbers - Recognising numbers 1-10 in different forms.
Number line & Shape Sort - Whole number and decimal number lines (1-20). Plus, a shape sorting activity that enable students to explore properties of different shapes. The “odd one out” questions have multiple possible answers, which leads to a class discussions. Ends with a shape sort.
Using Numicon - An introduction to using Numicon pieces to solve number problems.
Subtracting single digit numbers - students to takeaway pieces of fruit from a bigger bunch.
Shapes, Sums, Same & Coordinates - A mix of Pirate themed starters and activities. Including: Finding shapes, Making Sums, Same & Different, Pirate Map (coordinates in first quadrant).
For more resources and ideas visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

A pack of interactive different Maths starters/activities.
Includes:
Decimal Washing Line - Ordering and comparing decimals.
Recognising Numbers - Recognising numbers 1-10 in different forms.
Number line & Shape Sort - Whole number and decimal number lines (1-20). Plus, a shape sorting activity that enable students to explore properties of different shapes. The “odd one out” questions have multiple possible answers, which leads to a class discussions. Ends with a shape sort.
Using Numicon - An introduction to using Numicon pieces to solve number problems. Interactive resource allows students to move pieces about to help.
Subtracting single digit numbers - this interactive resource allows students to takeaway pieces of fruit from a bigger bunch.
Shapes, Sums, Same & Coordinates - A mix of Pirate themed starters and activities. Including: Finding shapes, Making Sums, Same & Different, Pirate Map (coordinates in first quadrant).
For more resources and ideas visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk

6-9 lessons in 6 parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
This Smartboard version allows students to move objects around to help solve problems.
Success Criteria:
Competent:
I can group concrete objects into twos, fives, and tens, and say how many groups of fives there are.
Accomplished:
I can find the total by counting in twos, fives, and tens.
Exceptional:
I can use my reasoning skills to solve problems involving multiples of twos, fives, and tens.
The first parts of each resource uses everyday objects, Numicon, money, pentagons, hands. feet, coins, rulers and scales to get students to count and think in twos, fives, and tens.
Part 2 recaps and reinforces previous learning- builds upon learning and then challenges students with mastery questions using 2p, 5p and 10p coins to buy small items. Also compares amounts of 5p coins to 2p and 10p coins.
Includes self-assessment slides for students and a “Whizz Bang” game as a plenary.
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Part 2 of 5.
A series of A5 practise sheets, designed mainly as a series of lesson starters, to embed mastery of the times table up to 20.
Approximately 40 different tasks.
Includes:
Task 2 involves a spider diagram with ten questions. Some are asking for an answer to a multiplication question, others show the answer and require the students to find the question. This interactive version reveal the answers underneath the blue circles.
For more Number resources visit www.themathsgeezer.co.uk