I like to dispel the myth that Maths is boring!
I used to be a LSA and taught Maths in small groups for 5 years with pupils aged 10-16. I am now a stay at home mum.
I like a hands on style of teaching and my resources reflect that. They are activities to aid the learning of Maths and help to make it fun to learn.

I like to dispel the myth that Maths is boring!
I used to be a LSA and taught Maths in small groups for 5 years with pupils aged 10-16. I am now a stay at home mum.
I like a hands on style of teaching and my resources reflect that. They are activities to aid the learning of Maths and help to make it fun to learn.

A fun way to learn fractions and decimals!
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each fraction question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

64 Task cards varying in difficulty, looking at calculating the area and perimeter of shapes, including; triangles, rectangles, squares, trapezium and L-shapes.
The task cards use both whole numbers and decimals.
40 task cards have pictures of the question, and 20 are word problems.
Includes an answer sheet.
Also includes a blank sheet for pupils to answer on, so they doesn't have to be a specific order. You can choose which cards each pupil can do.
This can also be bought as part of a bundle:
Area, Perimeter, Volume, Circumference of Shapes Task Card Bundle

Place Value
This is a great way to help pupils with the position of numbers and place value when it comes to decimals.
• Call out any decimal number.
• Get the pupils to write this down in their books.
• Then ask questions relating to the number.
• Pupils then answer questions.
e.g.
Using the number
3.63
You can ask;
• Which one is the tenth?
• Which one is the unit?
• Which one is the hundredth?
This can be done with any decimal number of any length.

80 picture Task cards varying in difficulty, looking at calculating the area and volume of shapes, including; triangles, rectangles, parallelograms, cylinders, cuboids and other 3D shapes.
The task cards use both whole numbers and decimals.
Includes an answer sheet.
Also includes a blank sheet for pupils to answer on, so they doesn't have to be a specific order. You can choose which cards each pupil can do.

Number Ordering
This is something that can be done with any range of numbers that you like. Using a range of numbers, get the pupils to order them.
•Ask pupils to listen carefully.
•“I’m going to read out some numbers. Put them in order, from the smallest to largest. I will repeat again once.”
•Get the pupils to put them into order from smallest to largest.
•This can also be done from largest to smallest.
e.g.
Range 0-10
Numbers given: 7, 3, 6, 9, 1
In order from smallest to largest: 1, 3, 6, 7, 9
NB: although this is a simple task, as the range of numbers increases, or the amount of numbers given to the pupils increases, the difficulty increases.
Also included:
•Sequence of numbers in various ranges for Number Ordering

A fun way to learn and reinforce the tables. They are always a chore, but playing games always makes learning fun!
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each multiplication question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

Enhance numeracy skills with these task cards which test the knowledge of number bonds up to 30.
63 task cards split into 3 sections:
Number Bonds to 10
Number Bonds to 20
Number Bonds to 30

A fun way to learn and reinforce the tables. They are always a chore, but playing games always makes learning fun!
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each division question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

Division Domino Cards:7-9 and 12 x table
A fun way to learn and reinforce the tables. They are always a chore, but playing games always makes learning fun!
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each division question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

Task Cards looking at finding the area of a circle.
48 Task cards varying in difficulty, looking at finding the area of a circle using information given, either the radius, diameter or the circumference of the circle.
The task cards use both whole numbers and decimals.
24 task cards have pictures of the question, and 24 are word problems.
Includes 2 answer sheets. One sheet has the answers if the Pi button is used on the calculator, and the other answer sheet has answers if 3.14 is used.
Also includes a blank sheet for pupils to answer on, so they doesn't have to be a specific order. You can choose which cards each pupil can do.

I'm thinking of a number......What number is it?
Using the clues provided, in any order you like, get the pupils to find and mark the right answer on the number square.
This is an ideal mental starter before starting Math(s) lessons.
This pack has 50 different numbers, each with up to 6 clues

A great activity to aid number sense.
Odd one out
This is a great way to help pupils with facts of times tables. Using 3 numbers, get pupils to find the number that is the odd one out, using the knowledge of their tables to help them.
•Using 3 numbers, ask the pupils to write down the odd one out and explain why.
e.g.
21, 17, 14
Odd one out is 17 as it is not in the 7 times table.
•This can be done on the sheet provided or in their exercise book.
NB: This can also be done with a larger sequence of numbers when the pupils have increased confidence or to increase difficulty.
Also included:
• Odd One Out answer sheet
• Various sequence of numbers for Odd One Out
Also great to improve listening skills.

A fun way to learn and reinforce the tables. They are always a chore, but playing games always makes learning fun!
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each multiplication question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

Bingo
•Using the 4 x 4 grid provided (or getting the pupils to draw out their own boxes), get the pupils to write down 12 numbers in each box from 0 - 30.
•Call out the answers in question form, e.g. “15 + 6” and get the pupils to mark off each number as they get it.
•NB: This can be done with any range of numbers.
This can also be done in reverse.
•Decide on a range of numbers to use, e.g. 0 - 30.
•Get the pupils to write their own questions, such as “7 + 5”.
•Have the pupils swap sheets so that they have a different sheet to use.
•Call out numbers, and get the pupils to mark off each number as they get.
This can also be used with times tables using a smaller 3x3 grid.
•Using the times table you want to look at, get the pupils to write down answers of times table questions in the boxes provided, such as “5, 10, 15 etc”. As a teacher, say aloud the question, e.g. “5 x 3” and get the pupil to mark off each answer as they get it.
•This can also be done in reverse, e.g. getting the pupils to write down the questions, such as “5 x 3” and as a teacher, say aloud the answer of a times table question, for example: “15” and get the pupil to mark off the answer as they get it.
•NB: This is also a good activity to do with one of the class acting as the teacher.
Also great to improve listening skills.
Includes:
•Bingo sheets for both Math Bingo and Table Bingo
•Bingo balls for times tables 3-9 and 11-12
•Bingo balls for range 0-30
•Blank Bingo balls

A fun way to learn and reinforce addition and subtraction with numbers ranging 0-30
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

A fun way to learn and reinforce the tables. They are always a chore, but playing games always makes learning fun!
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each multiplication question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

A fun way to learn and reinforce telling the time and understanding the time in both analogue and digital.
includes 3 sets of cards:
1. time on the hour, half hour and quarter to and past
2. time in 5 minute intervals
3. time in 1 minute intervals
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each fraction question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

I'm thinking of a number......What number is it?
Using the clues provided, in any order you like, get the pupils to find and mark the right answer on the number square.
This is an ideal mental starter before starting Math(s) lessons.
This pack has 50 different numbers, each with up to 6 clues

A fun way to learn and reinforce addition and subtraction with numbers ranging 0-20
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!

A fun way to learn and reinforce the tables. They are always a chore, but playing games always makes learning fun!
A great game to play with small groups, as they can hep each other, reinforcing what they are learning.
INSTRUCTIONS:
-For 2 or more players.
-Divide the cards between the players.
-Get the pupils to answer each multiplication question with a corresponding domino card. It works well if pupils help each other.
-If done correctly, all dominoes should be put down and complete a loop!
Print on card, cut out, and away you go!