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KS2 Christmas Maths Activity | Who Kidnapped Rudoplh
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Are you looking for a fun, Christmas activity to do with your KS2 maths class in the last week of term? This ‘Who Kidnapped Rudolph?’ Xmas activity develops their logical thinking. Children are given a map of Elf Town and a series of clues which they need to work through in order to solve the puzzle and determine which elf kidnapped Rudolph. This is zero prep and is perfect for the last week of term. When I do this activity with my class (Year 6, set 3) I place the children in mixed ability pairs. Then, I read this introduction to the pupils: It was a particularly foggy Christmas Eve in Elf Town, and Santa needed Rudolph at the helm of his sleigh more than ever before. But, shortly after the Christmas pudding was served, a very naughty elf kidnapped the infamous, red-nosed reindeer resulting in an unflyable sleigh. Can you solve the clues and help save Christmas? Next, I let the children get started by giving them a copy of the map and clues. I tend to sit with a group who appear to be struggling, as does my TA, and stop the class periodically to discuss what they have discovered/give clues for the next step/bring them to the same point. E.g. plot where the elves live first, then work out the distance traveled, next figure out the suspects to determine the kidnapper. It took my class around a 50 minute lesson to complete. This resource includes: An introduction sheet A map of Elf Town Clues A table to record distances in (4 per page to save paper) x2 Answer sheets Let’s be friends: Twitter: BrownBearMaths Instagram: brown_bear_maths YouTube: Brown_Bear_Maths I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo ps Merry Christmas **pps Somebody has left a review below that says that this resource is incomplete. This is not correct - it is complete I did it with my class on Monday. It says in the clues that the distance between each house is 8 reindeer miles. It also says that elves always take the most direct route and travel on the dotted lines. I hope this helps! **
Fun Scavenger Hunt | Add and Subtract Fractions | Unlike Denominators | Year 6
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Fun Scavenger Hunt | Add and Subtract Fractions | Unlike Denominators | Year 6

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This scavenger hunt is a fun, minimal prep way to practise adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators (no mixed numbers) to your Year 5 or 6 class. Your Year 5/Year 6 pupils will have 20 questions to practice adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators using a range of equations, visual fraction models and word problems. Best of all, it’s minimal prep – just print and hide – so all you have to do is chill and enjoy your evening. Note: this scavenger hunt does not have any mixed numbers - adding and subtracting mixed numbers is coming soon to Brown Bear Resources! Be sure to check back soon! How to use: Solve the question at the bottom of the page in the pink box. Hunt for the answer which will be in a blue box at the top of the page on another card hidden somewhere around the room. Once you’ve found that card, record the letter in the yellow star and answer the question in the pink box underneath. (The recording sheet is available as a print or digital version) Now you can hunt for the corresponding answer on another hidden card. Repeat until you have completed the 20 question loop. What’s included: Page 1: Credits Page 2: Instructions Page 3-22: Twenty Scavenger Hunt cards Page 23: Recording Sheet Page 24: Answer Sheet Question types: All of the questions are fractions with unlike denominators and no mixed numbers. (Adding and subtracting mixed numbers is coming to my store soon!) Included are a range of… Equations Visual fraction models Word problems Use these games for: *Test/ SATS Prep *Working with partners (can differentiate by pairing high attaining pupil with low attaining) *Whole-Group Games (like loop cards) *Individual Progress Monitoring *Substitute teacher lesson Let’s be friends: Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/brownbearresources I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Also, don’t forget to click the green star so that you are the first to be notified when new, fun and practical Year 6 maths products (just like this one) are added. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
Holes Novel Virtual Field Trip | no prep | POWERPOINT VERSION | Years 5 6 7
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Holes Novel Virtual Field Trip | no prep | POWERPOINT VERSION | Years 5 6 7

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This fun, no prep, virtual field trip (on PowerPoint) is based on the novel Holes, by Louis Sachar. I used this with my Year 6 class (but could also be used with years 5 and 7) to take them to Camp Green Lake, where they will have the chance to navigate through the camp and meet the characters in the book and explore the setting. Included: Slide one: Use Google Maps to calculate how long it would take to get to Texas from your current location Slide Two: Welcome to Camp Green Lake Slide Three: Navigation page containing signposts to the different areas in camp: meet the animals; meet the staff; meet the camp mates; amenities; routines and environment. Your class will get to: Meet the animals Here you will meet rattlesnakes, scorpions and yellow-spotted lizards. Meet the Staff In this section you will meet: Mr Sir, the warden and Mr Pendanski. Meet the Camp mates Stanley (aka Caveman), Zero, Armpit, X-Ray, Magnet and Zig Zag are all waiting to meet you. Amenities Take a tour of the tents, shower, wreck room, log cabin and hammock. Routines Learn when your meals are served, when and how to shower etc. Environment What’s the weather like, see the nearby mountains and find out about Camp Green Lake’s past. How to use this resource: This resource works really well by itself and can be used in your classroom with zero prep. However, I have also done the following things (not included in the download) along side the slides to add a little je ne sais quoi to my lesson. So I thought I would share: Put a sign on the door saying ‘Welcome to Camp Green Lake,’ which children will see as they enter the room. Asked the children to wear something orange. Ask children if they would like to eat a slice of spring onion for ‘health and safety’ reasons before entering the camp. Following the virtual field trip, we ate peaches and peachy flavoured things whilst watching the film. Asked the catering staff at school if they could serve something with onion and peaches (not in the same meal) at lunch time. My catering team offered onion bhajis or cheese, potato and onion tart as a main course and peach cheesecake or sponge as a pudding. Taken children outside to dig a hole 5ft wide and 5ft deep. Or, if like me, this isn’t possible, drawing holes with a 5ft diameter using chalk on the floor outside. You could then link this to a capacity maths lesson! Other similar resources available from Brown Bear Resources can be purchased here: THIS SAME RESOURCE IS AVAILABLE IN GOOGLE SLIDES FORMAT ON MY TPT STORE @brownbearresources Holes comprehension game for chapters 1-10 - Brown Bear Resources TES I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please do leave me a review in order to earn TPT credits, which you can use towards future TPT purchases. Also, don’t forget to like my store and visit regularly to check out Brown Bear Resources to see my other resources. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
SATS arithmetic practice 1 | Fun Scavenger Hunt | Year 6 | UKS2 | No prep
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SATS arithmetic practice 1 | Fun Scavenger Hunt | Year 6 | UKS2 | No prep

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Are you looking for a fun way to revise for the SATS arithmetic test with your Year 6 class? Then look no further, this scavenger hunt (based on the 2019 SATS arithmetic paper) will get your Year 6 pupils up and about and revising a range of arithmetic questions. Making maths fun! I’ve used it in two ways: The first way: I hid the 20 question cards around the school grounds and the children had to hunt for the questions and answers. On rainier/lazier days, I shuffle the cards and ask the pupils if they can figure out the twenty question loop. Best of all it’s minimal prep - just print and hide - so that you can chill and enjoy your evening. Example questions: 46% of 350 4/8 of 620 202 x 1000 2/5 divided by 5 7 x 43 **This scavenger hunt is based upon the 2019 SATS paper (I took the questions and changed the numbers). ** Whats included: Instructions 20 arithmetic practice question loop Recording sheet Answer sheet Credits Perfect for: SATS revision A lesson to leave for a cover teacher Intervention groups Similar things from Brown Bear Maths you will love: Scavenger hunt - add and subtract mixed number fractions https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/add-and-subtract-mixed-number-fractions-scavenger-hunt-uks2-12572263 Scavenger hunt - and and subtract fractions with unlike denominators https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fun-scavenger-hunt-add-and-subtract-fractions-unlike-denominators-year-6-12566945 FREE scavenger hunt - 7 digit whole numbers - year 6 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/free-scavenger-hunt-place-value-7-digit-whole-numbers-year-6-12566952 Let’s be friends: Twitter: @brownbearmaths Youtube: Brown Bear Maths (coming soon) I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
Decimal & Fraction Art | Tenths, Hundreths and Thousandths
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Decimal & Fraction Art | Tenths, Hundreths and Thousandths

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Are you looking for a fun and creative way to teach decimals? I used this resource with my Year 5 / 6 class to visualise decimal numbers and understand the concept of tenths, hundredths and thousandths. Children colour in a tenths (can be made into a bookmark), hundreds or thousandths grid (collaborative art opportunity - ten 100 square grids) and then fill in the accompanying table to record the fraction, decimal and percentage of each colour. There are also some accompanying adding fractions or adding decimals worksheets that children can use - generating their own questions based on the colours that they used in their art. Once complete, they can be put up on the wall to make a bright, eye-catching display. Included in this resource: Page 1 - tenths bookmarks Page 2 - tenths recording table Page 3 - hundredths grid and recording table Page 4 - thousandths (x2 hundred grids which you print out x5 times and slice) Page 5 - thousandths recording table Page 6 - adding decimals Page 7 - adding fractions Page 8 - credits Aligned to the National Curriculum: read and write decimal numbers as fractions [for example, 0.71 = 71/100 ] solve problems involving number up to 3 decimal places recognise the per cent symbol (%) and understand that per cent relates to ‘number of parts per 100’, and write percentages as a fraction with denominator 100, and as a decimal fraction recognise and use thousandths and relate them to tenths, hundredths and decimal equivalents Let’s be friends: Twitter @BrownBearMaths https://twitter.com/BrownBearMaths Youtube @Brown Bear Maths https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIEC8JABbT0OLGMhBkDp6w Other Brown Bear resources you might like: 7 digit place value scavenger hunt: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/free-scavenger-hunt-place-value-7-digit-whole-numbers-year-6-12566952 Mixed number fraction scavenger hunt: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/add-and-subtract-mixed-number-fractions-scavenger-hunt-uks2-12572263 Unlike denominator fraction scavenger hunt: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fun-scavenger-hunt-add-and-subtract-fractions-unlike-denominators-year-6-12566945 I hope that this product brings fun, creativity and a love of learning to your classroom. If you enjoy using it, please leave my small business a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
Fun Pi Day Activities
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Fun Pi Day Activities

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Are you looking for some fun activities to do on Pi Day? Pi Day is celebrated on 14th March and in my class we like to sit down, eat some pie whilst colouring in these fun pi day activities! What’s included? Page one: pi art grid (colour in one hundred squares using a key/in the order of pi) Page two: pi art circles (colour in one hundred circles using a key/in the order of pi) Page three: pi city with numbers (create a sky line) Page four: pi city without numbers (make it trickier than page 3) Page five: dot to dot (connect the dots in the order of pi) Page six: one hundred digits of pi Page seven: facts about pi Page eight: credits Let’s be friends: Twitter: @brownbearmaths Instagram: @brown_bear_maths Youtube: Brown Bear Maths (coming soon) I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
Fun Holes Reading Comprehension Game     Year 5/6
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Fun Holes Reading Comprehension Game Year 5/6

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This reading comprehension game is based on the novel Holes by Louis Sachar. Designed for my Year 6 class, it is a minimal prep game that makes reading comprehension questions fun and engaging. This set of cards asks children 25 questions based on chapters 1-10 from the book Holes. I love it because it means that the children in my class are able to have fun practising their comprehension skills and understanding of Holes, without the mundane alternative - a worksheet. It requires minimal effort. All you have to do is print out the game and find something that your children can throw safely (e.g. a beanbag, small soft toy etc) The 25 questions in this game are taken from chapters 1-10, and are written so that children remember key facts and information in order to piece together some of the story later on in the book (e.g. making reference to Madame Zeroni, Zero, Stanley’s great great grandfather etc) - whilst not giving away any spoilers. It took my class around 30-45 minutes to play. To play: Split children into two equal teams - 5-6 players worked well in my class. There also needs to be a quiz master who is charge of the answer sheet. This could be the teacher or you could assign a pupil to this role. Give each team three KB treasure cards. Shuffle the remaining cards. Lay the remaining cards (lizards and questions) out in 6 rows of 5 on the floor, face down. The aim of the game is to accumulate as many ‘holes’ as possible, by answering the questions correctly. The first player from the first team throws the beanbag and has to answer the question on the card it lands on, without help from their team mates. If the player cannot anwer the question correctly, the card is returned to the floor. If it is answered correctly, the team can keep the ‘hole.’ Then the first player from the other team takes a turn, and so on. As with other memory games, other players should make a note of where the card was placed, especially if they know the answer, so that they can get a ‘hole’ when it is their turn. If they land on a lizard, the children lose a ‘hole.’ This is deducted from their total at the end of the game. Children can trade in a KB treasure card in return for the chance to look the answer up in the book. The team with the most amount of ‘holes’ at the end of the game is the winner. Included: Instruction card 5 lizard ‘lose a turn’ cards 5 KB ‘look it up in the book’ cards 25 comprehension questions based on chapters 1-10 of Holes by Louis Sachar Answer sheet Example questions: Which state is Camp Green Lake in? Let’s be friends: To see what’s going on in my classroom and the upcoming resources that I am working on. Please follow me on Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest @brownbearresources. I’d love to see how you used my resource too, so please tag me in any photos you share!
Ottoline and the Yellow Cat I Scavenger Hunt
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Ottoline and the Yellow Cat I Scavenger Hunt

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This scavenger hunt is a fun, minimal prep way to develop comprehension and understanding of the novel Ottoline and the Yellow Cat by Chris Riddell. Ottoline and the Yellow Cat is my favorite book to read with my Year 3 pupils. This resource contains 20 comprehension questions as part of a scavenger hunt. My pupils enjoy to do this as it gets them up out of their seat, moving around and enjoying comprehension (when they would otherwise be sat at their table with a pen and paper). Best of all, it’s minimal prep – just print and hide – so all you have to do is chill and enjoy your evening. Example questions: What does Mr Munroe always have for breakfast? What are the names of the washing machines in the laundry room? How to use: Solve the question at the bottom of the page in the pink box. Hunt for the answer which will be in a blue box at the top of the page on another card hidden somewhere around the room. Once you’ve found that card, record the letter in the yellow star on your recording sheet Answer the question in the pink box underneath. Now you can hunt for the corresponding answer on another hidden card. Repeat until you have completed the 20 question loop. What’s included: Credits Instructions Twenty Scavenger Hunt cards Recording Sheet Answer Sheet Use these games for: *Comprehension lesson *Celebrate finishing a book *Test prep *Small intervention group game *Whole-Group Games (like loop cards) *Individual Progress Monitoring *Sub lesson Let’s be friends: Twitter and Youtube: @brownbearmaths I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
SATS arithmetic practice 2 I Fun Scavenger Hunt I Year 6 I UKS2 | No prep
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SATS arithmetic practice 2 I Fun Scavenger Hunt I Year 6 I UKS2 | No prep

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Are you looking for a fun way to revise for the SATS arithmetic test with your Year 6 class? Then look no further, this grab and go scavenger hunt, based on the 2019 SATS paper, will get your Year 6 pupils up and about and revising a range of arithmetic questions. I’ve used it in two ways: Hide the 20 question cards around the school grounds and the children hunt for the questions and answers. The pupils were so excited and it was a fun lesson that got the whole class in the fresh air. On rainier/lazier days I’ve shuffled the cards and asked the children if they can figure out the loop. It felt like a fun puzzle rather than revision. Best of all it’s minimal prep - just print and hide - so that you can chill and enjoy your evening. Example questions: 0.8 x 100 336 + 6 = 342 20% of 3500 0.8 divided by 100 2/5 + 1/3 4579 x 73 **This scavenger hunt is based upon the 2019 SATS paper (I took the questions and changed the numbers). ** Whats included: Instructions 20 arithmetic practice question loop Recording sheet Answer sheet Credits Perfect for: SATS revision A lesson to leave for a cover teacher Intervention groups Similar things from Brown Bear Maths you will love: Scavenger hunt - arithmetic practice 1 (also based on 2019 paper) https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sats-arithmetic-practice-1-fun-scavenger-hunt-year-6-uks2-no-prep-12625695 Scavenger hunt - add and subtract mixed number fractions https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/add-and-subtract-mixed-number-fractions-scavenger-hunt-uks2-12572263 Scavenger hunt - and and subtract fractions with unlike denominators https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fun-scavenger-hunt-add-and-subtract-fractions-unlike-denominators-year-6-12566945 FREE scavenger hunt - 7 digit whole numbers - year 6 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/free-scavenger-hunt-place-value-7-digit-whole-numbers-year-6-12566952 Let’s be friends: Twitter: @brownbearmaths Youtube: Brown Bear Maths (coming soon) I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
Emoji Quiz Bundle perfect for KS1
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Emoji Quiz Bundle perfect for KS1

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These free emoji quizzes were designed in lockdown as a fun, virtual activity to play with my key stage one class. The idea is that children need to guess the film, nursery rhyme or fairy tale using the emoji clues. Simply share your screen on Zoom, Google Meet, Teams or whatever virtual platform you are using for children to see the emoji quizzes and play along. The quizzes are designed for younger children and is ideal for KS1 children in Year 1 or Year 2. As well as using it as a screen share tool, you can also play these three emojii quizzes by printing out the PDF document out for individual quiz teams for when we return to in person teaching. This could be useful for end of term fun, registration, form time, indoor wet play activity, morning activities, meet your class days, class parties or for supply teachers needing spare ‘just in case’ no prep activities to do with a class. The 6 page PDF document includes: Film Emoji Quiz Film Emoji Quiz Answers Nursery Rhyme Emoji Quiz Nursery Rhyme Quiz Answers Fairy tale Emoji Quiz Fairy tale Emoji Answers Let’s be friends: Instagram: @brownbearresources Pinterest: Brown Bear Resources If you like this resource, please leave me a positive review and click ‘follow’ my store. TpT: Brown Bear Resources Teaching Resources | Teachers Pay Teachers Keep on teachin’ Mrs Brown Bear
Place Value Counters
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Place Value Counters

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I made these place value counters to help my class visualise place value. The bright and colorful counters range from 1,000,000 to 0.001 and are a fantastic way for children to conceptualise 6-digit whole numbers as well as decimal numbers with tenths, hundredths and thousandths. They are great concrete manipulative to teach place value and/or addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. The square shape means that counters can easily be cut with a guillotine/scissors or a Cricut if you have one (and if you do I’m envious). Many people laminate them first so that they can be used over and over again. I asked my class if anybody wanted to volunteer cut them out and I got a little army of helpers - I paid them in house points! An excellent option with distance learning - send these home rather than your purchased plastic manipulatives. Likewise, to be Covid safe, every child could have their own ziplock bag of these so that they do not need to share concrete resources. Included: x48 of each: 1,000,000 100,000 10,000 1000 100 10 1 0.1 0.01 0.001 Colour version - each place value has its own color making each place value representation easily recognisable. Black and white version included - this is useful if you want to print onto coloured paper/card instead. You can then pick your own colours for each place value representation. You might also like: My 7 digit free place value scavenger hunt: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/free-scavenger-hunt-place-value-7-digit-whole-numbers-year-6-12566952 Let’s be friends on Twitter @Brownbearmaths and YouTube @Brown Bear Maths (I hope to one day soon make videos of how to use this resource in your classroom). I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
Discounted Bundle I Fun Scavenger Hunts I Year 6 I Maths
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Discounted Bundle I Fun Scavenger Hunts I Year 6 I Maths

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Make maths fun and practical with these minimal prep fraction scavenger hunts for Year 6. In each grab and go scavenger hunt, UKS2 pupils hunt for and solve 20 questions that form a loop. Gets pupils up on their feet and excited about maths. Answer sheet included. SAVE 20% BUNDLE Aligned to the National Curriculum. Best of all, it’s minimal prep – just print and hide – so all you have to do is chill and enjoy your evening. Included: Add and subtract unlike fractions for Year 6 20 questions which require Year 6 pupils to find a common denominator before adding and subtracting the unlike fractions. Add and subtract mixed number fractions 20 questions which require Year 6 pupils to convert mixed numbers into improper fractions before adding and subtracting the fractions. SATS arithmetic paper practice: question set 1 20 questions based on the 2019 SATS arithmetic paper Bonus File: FREE Scavenger Hunt for place value 7 digit whole numbers: Scavenger Hunt | 7 digit whole numbers These are also available as individual products How to use: Solve the question at the bottom of the page in the pink box. Hunt for the answer which will be in a blue box at the top of the page on another card hidden somewhere around the room. Once you’ve found that card, record the letter in the yellow star and answer the question in the pink box underneath. Now you can hunt for the corresponding answer on another hidden card. Repeat until you have completed the 20 question loop. Alternatively, shuffle all of the cards and ask the children to see if they can solve the loop. Included in each scavenger hunt: Instructions Twenty Scavenger Hunt cards Recording Sheet Answer Sheet Credits Use these games for: *SATS Test Prep *Cover lesson Intervention groups* Let’s be friends: Twitter @brownbearmaths I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo
Free Scavenger Hunt | Place Value | 7 digit whole numbers | Year 6
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Free Scavenger Hunt | Place Value | 7 digit whole numbers | Year 6

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I usually find place value 7 DIGIT WHOLE NUMBERS such a boring topic to teach. This year, I was determined to make some resources that meant it wasn’t such a mundane topic. Ladies and gents, I present to you…. my 7 digit whole number place value scavenger hunt. I used this fun, practical activity with my Year 6 class (but could also be used with Year 5) and it was a total hit. They spent the lesson on their feet excitedly searching for answers and solving the twenty place value questions. Best of all, it’s minimal prep – just print and hide – so all you have to do is chill and enjoy your evening. Aligned to the Year 6 maths UK National Curriculum **Included: ** Page 1: Credits Page 2: Instructions Page 3-22: Twenty Scavenger Hunt cards Page 23: Recording Sheet Page 24: Answer Sheet Your class will be asked 20 questions like: What value is in the hundred thousands column in the number 976 234? Rearrange these cards to make the largest multiple of 3…. Which number is greater – 650 213 or 653 210 How to use: Minimal prep before the lesson: Print and hide the 20 scavenger hunt cards around the classroom, hall or playground. Print out the recording sheet – enough for one per group. Children will need one pencil or pen per group and something to lean on like a clipboard. Working in pairs, solve the scavenger hunt question at the bottom of the page in the pink box. Hunt for the answer which will be in a blue box at the top of the page on another card hidden somewhere around the room. Once you’ve found that scavenger hunt card, record the letter in the yellow star and answer the question in the pink box underneath. Now you can hunt for the corresponding answer on another hidden scavenger hunt card. Repeat until you have completed the 20 question loop. If you like this, you might also like: Scavenger Hunt | Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fun-scavenger-hunt-add-and-subtract-fractions-unlike-denominators-year-6-12566945 Let’s be friends on Pinterest: @ brownbearresources https://www.pinterest.co.uk/brownbearresources I hope that this resource brings fun and creativity to your classroom. If you enjoyed using it, please support my small business by leaving me a review. Also, don’t forget to visit my store regularly so that you are the first to be notified when new, fun and practical Year 6 products (just like this one) are added. Mrs Brown Bear xoxo