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Resources to develop literacy and numeracy across the curriculum. And other useful stuff!

Resources to develop literacy and numeracy across the curriculum. And other useful stuff!

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Resources to develop literacy and numeracy across the curriculum. And other useful stuff!

Make it Reasoning Activity Cards and PowerPoint Presentation Set 3 - Upper KS2/KS3
These activity cards and 2013 PPT are designed to develop learners' reasoning skills. The aim of the activities is to encourage thinking, mathematical discussion and reasoning. Regular use of the activities will support learners to explain their thinking and prove their ideas.
The activities can be used for whole class discussions, group work or individual challenges and can be part of a lesson, homework challenges, or a standalone alone activity such as settling children down after play.
This resource has 46 activity cards and a PPT of the activities for the reasoning strategy 'If this is the answer, what is the question?' It covers the areas of Number, Measure, Geometry and Data.
The resource is part of a set. Each set focuses on one of the reasoning strategies identified in the ‘20 Ways to Make it Reasoning’ poster
The following strategies are available:
If this is the answer, what is the question?
Always, sometimes, never
What do you notice?
Spot the mistake
Drilling Down
How many ways?
Extend it.
POGs: Peculiar, Obvious, General
What’s the same, what’s different?
How do you know?
What’s the rule?
What am I?
True or False?
Prove it
Show me…
Explain it..
Convince me
Do I fit?
If… then…
Yes it is. No it isn’t.
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These booklets and posters contain progressive incidental Welsh phrases from Nursery to Year 6 that are useful in different activities throughout the day.
There are versions of the booklets and posters for both North and South Wales. Each year group has their own set of posters for each activity.
These pocket-sized booklets and A4 posters are designed to increase bilingualism in primary schools. Using this resource is a simple and effective way to ensure that progression is built into incidental Welsh language learning throughout the primary school.
BOOKLETS & POSTERS INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE:
Welsh in AfL
Welsh in the Classroom,
Welsh on the Playground,
Welsh in the Dinner Hall,
Welsh for Playing Games,
Welsh in Circle Time,
Welsh in the Office,
Welsh with Visitors,
Welsh in the Tuck Shop,
Welsh in PE Lessons,
Welsh in Mathematic Lessons,
Welsh in English Lessons,
Welsh in Music Lessons,
Welsh in Art & Craft Lessons
Welsh in Assembly
Welsh in Registration
The pocket-sized booklets are ideal for supporting all staff in schools to improve the use of incidental Welsh.
To make the pocket-sized booklets, simply print the whole document back-to-back, cut the document in half (width-ways), place the bottom half at the back and fold into a booklet.

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THE GRAMMAR PACK
The grammar packs are designed to support both schools and parents in developing their knowledge and understanding of the grammar expectations in the 'Curriculum for Wales: revised Areas of Learning for the FP and revised programmes of study for KS2. Each pack covers the following areas:
spelling
punctuation
sentence structure
connectives
word class
language
handwriting
This resource contains Grammar Packs for Reception to Year 6.
THE RESOURCE PACK INCLUDES:
a guide to using the grammar pack
posters for the classroom explaining the grammar expectation statements
cards for the children explaining the grammar expectation statements
activities for the classroom to develop skills in each area
parent booklets explaining the grammar expectation statements
activities to develop skills in each area at home.

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This pack contains the following resources to develop numerical reasoning in the Y6 classroom.
Numerical Reasoning Activity Cards and PPTThis activity pack contains 46 reasoning prompts for the areas of number, measures, geometry and data.
Developing Numerical Reasoning through QuestioningDeveloping effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing and ensuring understanding of each question stem.
Numerical Reasoning Speaking FrameThis speaking frame supports the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Y6.
25 Visual Strategy CardsThese cards can be used to support learners using 25 different strategies for solving problems.
Special Occasion Reasoning Challenges The pack contains Christmas, Easter and St David's Day reasoning tasks
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This pack contains the following resources to develop numerical reasoning in the Y3 classroom.
Numerical Reasoning Activity Cards and PPTThis activity pack contains 46 reasoning prompts for the areas of number, measures, geometry and data.
Developing Numerical Reasoning through QuestioningDeveloping effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing and ensuring understanding of each question stem.
Numerical Reasoning Speaking FrameThis speaking frame supports the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Y3.
25 Visual Strategy CardsThese cards can be used to support learners using 25 different strategies for solving problems.
Special Occasion Reasoning Challenges The pack contains Christmas, Easter and St David's Day reasoning tasks
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This pack contains the following resources to develop numerical reasoning in the Y1 classroom.
Numerical Reasoning Activity Cards and PPTThis activity pack contains 46 reasoning prompts for the areas of number, measures, geometry and data.
Developing Numerical Reasoning through QuestioningDeveloping effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing and ensuring understanding of each question stem.
Numerical Reasoning Speaking FrameThis speaking frame supports the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Y1.
25 Visual Strategy CardsThese cards can be used to support learners using 25 different strategies for solving problems.
Special Occasion Reasoning Challenges The pack contains Christmas and Easter reasoning tasks
Little Red Riding hood Reasoning Mat This resource has 37 numerical reasoning tasks based on the N to Y3 objectives in the Welsh curriculum
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This pack contains the following resources to develop numerical reasoning in the Y5 classroom.
Numerical Reasoning Activity Cards and PPTThis activity pack contains 46 reasoning prompts for the areas of number, measures, geometry and data.
Developing Numerical Reasoning through QuestioningDeveloping effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing and ensuring understanding of each question stem.
Numerical Reasoning Speaking FrameThis speaking frame supports the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Y5.
25 Visual Strategy CardsThese cards can be used to support learners using 25 different strategies for solving problems.
Special Occasion Reasoning Challenges The pack contains Christmas, Easter and St David's Day reasoning tasks
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This pack contains the following resources to develop numerical reasoning in the Reception classroom.
Numerical Reasoning Activity Cards and PPTThis activity pack contains 46 reasoning prompts for the areas of number, measures, geometry and data.
Developing Numerical Reasoning through QuestioningDeveloping effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing and ensuring understanding of each question stem.
Numerical Reasoning Speaking FrameThis speaking frame supports the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Reception.
25 Visual Strategy CardsThese cards can be used to support learners using 25 different strategies for solving problems.
Special Occasion Reasoning Challenges The pack contains Christmas and Easter reasoning tasks
Little Red Riding hood Reasoning Mat This resource has 37 numerical reasoning tasks based on the N to Y3 objectives in the Welsh curriculum
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Make it Reasoning Activity Cards and PowerPoint Presentation Set 2 - Lower KS2
These activity cards and 2013 PPT are designed to develop learners' reasoning skills. The aim of the activities is to encourage thinking, mathematical discussion and reasoning. Regular use of the activities will support learners to explain their thinking and prove their ideas.
The activities can be used for whole class discussions, group work or individual challenges and can be part of a lesson, homework challenges, or a standalone alone activity such as settling children down after play.
This resource has 46 activity cards and a PPT of the activities for the reasoning strategy 'If this is the answer, what is the question?' It covers the areas of Number, Measure, Geometry and Data.
The resource is part of a set. Each set focuses on one of the reasoning strategies identified in the ‘20 Ways to Make it Reasoning’ poster
The following strategies are available:
If this is the answer, what is the question?
Always, sometimes, never
What do you notice?
Spot the mistake
Drilling Down
How many ways?
Extend it.
POGs: Peculiar, Obvious, General
What’s the same, what’s different?
How do you know?
What’s the rule?
What am I?
True or False?
Prove it
Show me…
Explain it..
Convince me
Do I fit?
If… then…
Yes it is. No it isn’t.
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Make it Reasoning Activity Cards and PowerPoint Presentation Set 3 - Upper KS2/KS3
These activity cards and 2013 PPT are designed to develop learners' reasoning skills. The aim of the activities is to encourage thinking, mathematical discussion and reasoning. Regular use of the activities will support learners to explain their thinking and prove their ideas.
The activities can be used for whole class discussions, group work or individual challenges and can be part of a lesson, homework challenges, or a standalone alone activity such as settling children down after play.
This resource has 46 activity cards and a PPT of the activities for the reasoning strategy 'If this is the answer, what is the question?' It covers the areas of Number, Measure, Geometry and Data.
The resource is part of a set. Each set focuses on one of the reasoning strategies identified in the ‘20 Ways to Make it Reasoning’ poster
The following strategies are available:
If this is the answer, what is the question?
Always, sometimes, never
What do you notice?
Spot the mistake
Drilling Down
How many ways?
Extend it.
POGs: Peculiar, Obvious, General
What’s the same, what’s different?
How do you know?
What’s the rule?
What am I?
True or False?
Prove it
Show me…
Explain it..
Convince me
Do I fit?
If… then…
Yes it is. No it isn’t.
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Make it Reasoning Activity Cards and PowerPoint Presentation Set 1 - Foundation Stage and KS1
These activity cards and 2013 PPT are designed to develop learners' reasoning skills. The aim of the activities is to encourage thinking, mathematical discussion and reasoning. Regular use of the activities will support learners to explain their thinking and prove their ideas.
The activities can be used for whole class discussions, group work or individual challenges and can be part of a lesson, homework challenges, or a standalone alone activity such as settling children down after play.
This resource has 46 activity cards and a PPT of the activities for the reasoning strategy 'If this is the answer, what is the question?' It covers the areas of Number, Measure, Geometry and Data.
The resource is part of a set. Each set focuses on one of the reasoning strategies identified in the ‘20 Ways to Make it Reasoning’ poster
The following strategies are available:
If this is the answer, what is the question?
Always, sometimes, never
What do you notice?
Spot the mistake
Drilling Down
How many ways?
Extend it.
POGs: Peculiar, Obvious, General
What’s the same, what’s different?
How do you know?
What’s the rule?
What am I?
True or False?
Prove it
Show me…
Explain it..
Convince me
Do I fit?
If… then…
Yes it is. No it isn’t.
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This pack contains the following resources to develop numerical reasoning in the Y2 classroom.
Numerical Reasoning Activity Cards and PPTThis activity pack contains 46 reasoning prompts for the areas of number, measures, geometry and data.
Developing Numerical Reasoning through QuestioningDeveloping effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing and ensuring understanding of each question stem.
Numerical Reasoning Speaking FrameThis speaking frame supports the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Y2.
25 Visual Strategy CardsThese cards can be used to support learners using 25 different strategies for solving problems.
Little Red Riding hood Reasoning Mat This resource has37 numerical reasoning tasks based on the N to Y3 objectives in the Welsh curriculum
Special Occasion Reasoning Challenges The pack contains Christmas, Easter and St David's Day reasoning tasks
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This pack contains the following resources to develop numerical reasoning in the Y4 classroom.
Numerical Reasoning Activity Cards and PPTThis activity pack contains 46 reasoning prompts for the areas of number, measures, geometry and data.
Developing Numerical Reasoning through QuestioningDeveloping effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning. This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing and ensuring understanding of each question stem.
Numerical Reasoning Speaking FrameThis speaking frame supports the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Y4.
25 Visual Strategy CardsThese cards can be used to support learners using 25 different strategies for solving problems.
Special Occasion Reasoning Challenges The pack contains Christmas, Easter and St David's Day reasoning tasks
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The Talac Gang are a group of dragons who have mathematical adventures through stories. The Talac Gang Top Trump cards introduce the characters from the Maths through Stories series which is published by Cully Education. The origins of the dragons are explained in the ‘Meet The Talac Gang’ letter.
The letter works well as a hook for a lesson where 'The Talac Gang Top Trump Cards' are being used.
These are 10 differentiated activities for developing numeracy skills using ‘The Talac Gang Top Trump cards’. There are 3 levels of differentiation.
Set 1 uses Foundation Stage skills
Set 2 uses lower KS2 skills
Set 3 uses Upper KS2 skills
Where specific examples are given, the answer is also noted. There are maps, temperature and travel distance data, for both worlds, to support the activities.
The activities can be completed as a whole class using the interactive whiteboard, in independent groups, or given as a challenge.

These problem-solving strategy cards give both learners and staff a visual reminder of the strategies that can be used to solve mathematical problems and numerical reasoning questions. Each card has an 'I can use... 'statement and a visual prompt of the strategy. These cards are ideal for developing problem-solving strategies across the whole school, allocating different strategies to be focused on in each year group.

Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning
This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing each question. Numerical reasoning is about learners thinking for themselves, working out what they need to do in order to solve a problem, being able to show clearly what they are doing, and convince someone else that they are correct and how they know.
Developing effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning.
These questions have been designed to support the progressive development of numerical reasoning. The questions have been organised into the following categories:
Identifying processes and connections, RUCSAC, Getting started on the problem – Read, Underline
Represent & communicate, RUCSAC, Working through and solving – Calculation, Solve, Answer
Review, RUCSAC, Checking solution, is it sensible – Check
It is important that the questions become a natural part of teaching for all staff working with learners. Introducing questions at a steady pace, with all staff focusing on using the question where possible will help to embed the questioning skills.
Questions can be displayed around the classroom to remind staff to use them where appropriate. In the best practice, the questions are developed throughout the school ensuring continued progression. It can also be beneficial to involve parents in using the questioning, e.g. A question of the term, with examples on the website.

Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning
This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing each question. Numerical reasoning is about learners thinking for themselves, working out what they need to do in order to solve a problem, being able to show clearly what they are doing, and convince someone else that they are correct and how they know.
Developing effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning.
These questions have been designed to support the progressive development of numerical reasoning. The questions have been organised into the following categories:
Identifying processes and connections, RUCSAC, Getting started on the problem – Read, Underline
Represent & communicate, RUCSAC, Working through and solving – Calculation, Solve, Answer
Review, RUCSAC, Checking solution, is it sensible – Check
It is important that the questions become a natural part of teaching for all staff working with learners. Introducing questions at a steady pace, with all staff focusing on using the question where possible will help to embed the questioning skills.
Questions can be displayed around the classroom to remind staff to use them where appropriate. In the best practice, the questions are developed throughout the school ensuring continued progression. It can also be beneficial to involve parents in using the questioning, e.g. A question of the term, with examples on the website.

Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning
This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing each question. Numerical reasoning is about learners thinking for themselves, working out what they need to do in order to solve a problem, being able to show clearly what they are doing, and convince someone else that they are correct and how they know.
Developing effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning.
These questions have been designed to support the progressive development of numerical reasoning. The questions have been organised into the following categories:
Identifying processes and connections, RUCSAC, Getting started on the problem – Read, Underline
Represent & communicate, RUCSAC, Working through and solving – Calculation, Solve, Answer
Review, RUCSAC, Checking solution, is it sensible – Check
It is important that the questions become a natural part of teaching for all staff working with learners. Introducing questions at a steady pace, with all staff focusing on using the question where possible will help to embed the questioning skills.
Questions can be displayed around the classroom to remind staff to use them where appropriate. In the best practice, the questions are developed throughout the school ensuring continued progression. It can also be beneficial to involve parents in using the questioning, e.g. A question of the term, with examples on the website.

Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning
Numerical reasoning is about learners thinking for themselves, working out what they need to do in order to solve a problem, being able to show clearly what they are doing, and convince someone else that they are correct and how they know.
Developing effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning.
This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing each question. These questions have been designed to support the progressive development of numerical reasoning. The questions have been organised into the following categories:
Identifying processes and connections, RUCSAC, Getting started on the problem – Read, Underline
Represent & communicate, RUCSAC, Working through and solving – Calculation, Solve, Answer
Review, RUCSAC, Checking solution, is it sensible – Check
It is important that the questions become a natural part of teaching for all staff working with learners. Introducing questions at a steady pace, with all staff focusing on using the question where possible will help to embed the questioning skills.
Questions can be displayed around the classroom to remind staff to use them where appropriate. In the best practice, the questions are developed throughout the school ensuring continued progression. It can also be beneficial to involve parents in using the questioning, e.g. A question of the term, with examples on the website.

Developing Numerical Reasoning through Questioning
Numerical reasoning is about learners thinking for themselves, working out what they need to do in order to solve a problem, being able to show clearly what they are doing, and convince someone else that they are correct and how they know.
Developing effective questioning skills is an essential aspect of developing numerical reasoning.
This resource contains a handy pocket-sized questioning booklet and large speech bubbles for introducing each question. These questions have been designed to support the progressive development of numerical reasoning. The questions have been organised into the following categories:
Identifying processes and connections, RUCSAC, Getting started on the problem – Read, Underline
Represent & communicate, RUCSAC, Working through and solving – Calculation, Solve, Answer
Review, RUCSAC, Checking solution, is it sensible – Check
It is important that the questions become a natural part of teaching for all staff working with learners. Introducing questions at a steady pace, with all staff focusing on using the question where possible will help to embed the questioning skills.
Questions can be displayed around the classroom to remind staff to use them where appropriate. In the best practice, the questions are developed throughout the school ensuring continued progression. It can also be beneficial to involve parents in using the questioning, e.g. A question of the term, with examples on the website.

Cards with visual representations of the expectation statements for Reception
Aligned to the Curriculum for Wales: revised Areas of Learning for the Foundation Phase, these cards contain appropriate vocabulary for the year group skills and visual representations of expectations.
THE RESOURCE PACK INCLUDES:
• 5 visual representation cards for the Reception number pathway
• 2 vocabulary cards for the Reception measure pathway
• 1 vocabulary card for the Reception geometry and data pathways
These cards can be used as prompts for adults working in the classroom or with learners for assessment.

NUMERICAL REASONING SPEAKING FRAMES
These speaking frames support the development and reinforcement of learners' numeracy skills and mathematical language in Y6. Mathematical talk is essential in developing learner's understanding of mathematics. If learners are supported to articulate the process, they will clarify their thinking.
The speaking frames have been aligned to the Curriculum for Wales: revised programmes of study for Key Stage 2. The sentence starters for each year group are appropriate to the end of year outcomes and are an effective vehicle for developing numerical reasoning.
THE RESOURCE PACK INCLUDES:
a guide to using the numerical reasoning speaking frames
a numerical reasoning speaking frame mat for learners
large speech bubbles of each sentence starter to support introduction of the speaking frames
PLEASE NOTE: The mat and speech bubble shown in the preview are general samples to show style. Each mat is tailored to specific year groups and may not match the mat shown.