Here are 4 differentiated worksheets with halves and quarters. Each page has 4 questions.
2 worksheets include questions that involve the children having to explain their reasoning.
Please feel free to edit.
Here are 20+ measuring (length and height) modelling slides , some are open and all differentiated. This is an editable resource so feel free to edit and adapt to your classes abilities/needs. I usually cut the Questions out and stick them in books or you can use these as extension questions or exit slips for the plenary. This includes 12 questions. Please feel free to edit them.
This resource includes an IWB presentation with many whole part part activities to model creating bonds to 10/20/100. I've included money and Numicon to help bridge the concepts/activities that the worksheet goes onto help reinforce. There are 5 worksheets and cater for lower and higher abilities.
Feel free to edit these to suit your class.
I hope they help you.
It's taken me a while to pull this all together and I apologies because it's not entirely finished.
However, I felt that I needed to get it out there for others to use.
The book includes 40 plus ideas to use in your class and hopefully gives you ideas to extend and enhance the games.
Please leave feedback. One day I hope to finish and get it possibly published ( a pipe dream maybe but who knows).
This IWB presentation has 8 interactive starter questions/activities for Nursery and Reception. The children come up to board and drag correct number (on a fish tail) to match numicon on fish.
The plenary consists of two activities. Both are simple drag numbers to numicon.
I've include some ideas for main activities to go alongside this IWB starter/plenary. They are very practical. Oh to start the session I used a counting stick and stuck numicon to it and also sang 1,2,3,4,5...once I caught a fish alive to cater for nursery.
I hope this IWB helps you and your children.
This worksheet uses Minecraft to enthuse the children to learn position and movement. Some of the questions stretch the children by asking them to write instructions for a beebot and some q's have Minecraft objects that start in a diagonal position.
I hope your class enjoy using this resource.
Hi, this resource includes an interactive whiteboard presentation (23 slides) and questions on a word doc. There are 12 questions catering different abilities and some look at extending the child's knowledge of multiplication/repeated addition with some mastery questions.
The slides have activities that could be used for starters or plenaries. They model how to solve multiplications using pictures and the counting stick.
I hope that this is a useful resource. Feel free to edit resource for your classes needs.
Here are two worksheets that allow the children to use numicon to solve ten less/more, 1 less/more within a grid. Fell free to edit. I've used these with my lower ability groups but included more difficult numbers to stretch them.
Hope you find it useful.
These worksheets include differentiated activities that are open ended to help children use their critical thinking skills. The numicon pieces are hiding behind the box and the children must try and solve all of the different possibilities of which numbers could be hiding behind each box. It helps if you use real numicon or laminated numicon to hide and allow the children to practically try and solve the problem. I've included an IWB to help model the problem.
I hope your class enjoy this!
This resource includes 4 worksheets that are suited to different abilities. The learning objective is to use concrete objects and pictorial representations, to find missing numbers such as 7 = ? – 9.
I hope that these worksheets are useful.
Resource contains a range of Guess Who game boards that practise adding 10 more/ 10 less in different contexts. Game boards include: totals of coins, shape properties to count and calculations to solve. There is also a simplified version of the coins.
Each box requires the child to find 10 more or less than its worth using a 2 step method for the game. Also includes prompt questions to help players.
A very fun resource- suitable for all KS1,
This 1 more/less 10more/less hunt can be differentiated many ways. I have already differentiated it 5 ways for my own class and printed out the sheets on different coloured paper for each group to find. Once the children have found the coloured shape that they've been given they must solve 1 more/less or 10 more less depending on their ability. They record on the answer sheets provided in the download.
I hope this helps and feel free to differentiated to suit your class.
This interactive whiteboard game is fab! Boys and girls love it. I use this to test children's reading skills and use it to model sounding out words. The children must come up and drag car to the correct word. The children can also play in pairs and challenge one another. I have made 3 versions and one maths version using Numicon. Feel free to edit the slides to suit your classes needs.
This presentation is aimed at Key Stage 1 and focuses on place value and comparing numbers. There are 26 pages , some of which include plenaries and modelling activities.
The activities can either be used by the teacher to model making amounts or the children. The starter activity is counting in 10's. The slides go on to using comparative language such as greater, smaller, less than, more than and equal to.
The plenaries provided include spot the odd one out and test the children's learning.
Here are two worksheets that look into the relationship between addition and subtraction. Instead of whole numbers in the triangles I have included numicon and number sentences to help practice previous concepts whilst still working on inverse.
Here 's a selection of Maths activities to be used in Key Stage 1. I've included a wide range of mastery activities and many differentiated activities.
Many of the worksheets cover a wide range of concepts whilst focusing on a single concept, i.e. In the 1 more one less worksheet I have included addition, subtraction sentences and money to name a few in order for the learner to keep practicing their Maths skills.
I hope you find all of these useful.
Here's a fun game to help children practice their Maths vocab skills. It's basically a higher or lower game. Ask the children to write or say if the number will be higher or lower and then lift the flap. Then repeat but this time say or write if the number is more than or less than the previous number.
I hope this helps. Feel free to differentiate this. Thanks
The children must try and solve which numbers are covered up to get the correct answer.
Some questions have more than one way of making the answer.
There are two worksheets with 6 q's on each.