Space themed questions on elapsed time. Download includes 3 levels of worksheet.
Lower (L) - o'clock and half past times
Middle (M) - o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to
Higher (H) - 5 minute intervals.
Includes answer sheet for each worksheet.
Draw hands on clocks and write the digital times for the space themed sentences. On worksheet 2 write the times that are shown. This download includes 2 worksheets at 3 different levels.
Lower (L) - O'clock and half past
Middle (M) - O'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to
Higher (H) - 5 minute intervals
This includes a set of 12 task cards and answer sheet as well as a worksheet that could be used for individual measuring or as a homework sheet.
This is a great resource to tie in with the theme of 'space',
This work can be completed measuring in any units. But as it was originally designed to be measured to the nearest 1/2 cm, the answer key is shown in cms.
Word problems based on actual space facts. These would make a great maths activity if you are covering the topic of space. Most children have trouble using their maths knowledge to solve word problems. Make it more realistic for them by using actual facts about space.
3 different levels included.
Lower ability (L) - simple add/subtract up to 50.
Middle ability (M) - add/subtract up to 100 and more difficult wording.
Higher ability (H) - Numbers to 1000's and multi step problems
Includes answers for each worksheet.
Use directions such as forward, right and left to navigate the space shuttles around space objects to land safely on the planets. In the second worksheet, follow the instructions and turn clockwise/counterclockwise, half/whole and quarter turns to face North, South, East or West.
This download includes 2 different worksheets at 3 ability levels with answer pages for each worksheet.
This is a great activity not only to practice directions but also to encourage students to read the questions carefully. Some questions ask for 'what do you SEE?' and others ask for 'what DIRECTION are you facing?'.
This fun game has students using grid references to catch their opponents space objects. Download includes 6 different game boards, a recording grid and a 'how to play' page.
This can be played by up to 6 players and any time and if the boards are laminated it could be reused year after year.
Two space themed worksheets at 3 different levels. One is interpreting a bar graph and the other is creating a bar graph. Includes answer pages for each worksheet.
Level 1 (L) - Scale of graph in 1's
Level 2 (M) - Scale of graph in 2's
Level 3 (H) - Scale of graph in 4's
Children complete a frequency table (tally) of the favourite planets of each child in their class.
They then complete the block graph using the data.
Once complete they will use the graph to answer 6 questions such as 'most popular?', 'least popular' etc.
I have included 2 graph sheets. One with a scale to 10 and one to 15. Choose 1 that would be more appropriate for the size of your class.
Count each of the space objects and colour the corresponding blocks on the graph. This is a good introduction to creating graphs.
It could also be used as a worksheet for lower ability children to accompany my other free block graph download.