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.

This lesson is based on the 2011 Rugby Union World Cup.
Lesson Objectives:
Add and subtract double digit numbers. (grade 1)
Use multiples of 2, 3, and 5 to solve number problems. (grade 2)
Investigate different combinations of 2, 3, and 5 to solve number problems. (grade 3)

6-9 lessons in 6 parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
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.

2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
Part of Counting in 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s series.
Success Criteria:
Competent:
I can group concrete objects into tens, and say how many groups of tens there are.
Accomplished:
I can find the total by counting in tens.
Exceptional:
I can use my reasoning skills to solve problems involving multiples of tens.
Part 1 - 25 slides
Uses everyday objects, Numicon, money, pens, hands. feet, number line, to get students to count and think in tens.
Part 2 - 28 slides
Recaps part 1 - builds upon learning and then challenges students with questions involving measurement in 10cm, and mastery questions using 10p coins to buy small items.
Includes self-assessment slides for students and a “Whizz Bang” game as a plenary.

2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
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.

2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
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.

6-9 lessons in 6 parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
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.

2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
Part of Counting in 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s series.
Success Criteria:
Competent:
I can group concrete objects into tens, and say how many groups of tens there are.
Accomplished:
I can find the total by counting in tens.
Exceptional:
I can use my reasoning skills to solve problems involving multiples of tens.
Part 1 - 25 slides
Uses everyday objects, Numicon, money, pens, hands. feet, number line, to get students to count and think in tens.
Part 2 - 28 slides
Recaps part 1 - builds upon learning and then challenges students with questions involving measurement in 10cm, and mastery questions using 10p coins to buy small items.
Includes self-assessment slides for students and a “Whizz Bang” game as a plenary.

2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
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.

2-3 lessons in two parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
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.

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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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 tens, and say how many groups of tens there are.
Accomplished:
I can find the total by counting in tens.
Exceptional:
I can use my reasoning skills to solve problems involving multiples of tens.
Part 1 - 25 slides
Uses everyday objects, Numicon, money, pens, hands. feet, number line, to get students to count and think in tens.
Part 2 - 28 slides
Recaps part 1 - builds upon learning and then challenges students with questions involving measurement in 10cm, and mastery questions using 10p coins to buy small items.
Includes self-assessment slides for students and a “Whizz Bang” game as a plenary.

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.

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.

62 Slides, 2-3 lessons. Divided into 5 parts.
Lesson starter and recap.
Partitioning into Tens and Ones using red & white beads, tables and partitioning diagrams.
Further Partitioning - Developing understanding from 39 is 3 tens and 9 ones to 39 = 30 + 9.
Partitioning in Different Ways - Challenge questions for differentiation.
Partitioning Bingo - fun activity to assess learning outcomes.
Includes practise questions and self-assessment slides for students.

62 Slides, 2-3 lessons. Divided into 5 parts.
Lesson starter and recap.
Partitioning into Tens and Ones using red & white beads, tables and partitioning diagrams.
Further Partitioning - Developing understanding from 39 is 3 tens and 9 ones to 39 = 30 + 9.
Partitioning in Different Ways - Challenge questions for differentiation.
Partitioning Bingo - fun activity to assess learning outcomes.
Includes practise questions and self-assessment slides for students.

62 Slides, 2-3 lessons. Divided into 5 parts.
Lesson starter and recap.
Partitioning into Tens and Ones using red & white beads, tables and partitioning diagrams.
Further Partitioning - Developing understanding from 39 is 3 tens and 9 ones to 39 = 30 + 9.
Partitioning in Different Ways - Challenge questions for differentiation.
Partitioning Bingo - fun activity to assess learning outcomes.
Includes practise questions and self-assessment slides for students.

All 5 Area Puzzle resources.
101 Area Maze Puzzles to solve. Includes fully worked solutions.
These puzzles are designed to be solved using only whole numbers and areas.
Tests students deeper understanding, logic and reasoning.
Challenging and Fun.
Difficulty rating from Easy to Hard.
It’s a different way of doing area questions.

16 Area Maze Puzzles to solve. Includes worksheets and fully worked solutions.
These puzzles are designed to be solved using only whole numbers and areas.
Tests students deeper understanding, logic and reasoning.
Challenging and Fun.
Difficulty rating Hard.
It’s a different way of doing area questions.

16 Area Maze Puzzles to solve. Includes worksheets and fully worked solutions.
These puzzles are designed to be solved using only whole numbers and areas.
Tests students deeper understanding, logic and reasoning.
Challenging and Fun.
Difficulty rating Hard.
It’s a different way of doing area questions.

32 Area Maze Puzzles to solve. Includes fully worked solutions.
These puzzles are designed to be solved using only whole numbers and areas.
Tests students deeper understanding, logic and reasoning.
Challenging and Fun.
Difficulty rating Easy to Hard.
It’s a different way of doing area questions.