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Hello everyone. Welcome to my shop. I've been a Primary teacher for 15 years. I enjoy making resources. One of my collegues inspired me and I started uploading them last spring. Usually I test my resources in my own classroom before sharing . I am sure they really engage your students and they make great progress.

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Hello everyone. Welcome to my shop. I've been a Primary teacher for 15 years. I enjoy making resources. One of my collegues inspired me and I started uploading them last spring. Usually I test my resources in my own classroom before sharing . I am sure they really engage your students and they make great progress.
Understanding algebra power point presentation
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Understanding algebra power point presentation

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This power point presentation is an introduction to algebra. Children will learn key vocabulary like: expression, variable, symbol, value, equation and etc. The presentation comes with a warm up (missing number equations) activity, excellent teaching slides, which explain to your students how to write algebraic expressions. The pack also comes three differentiated worksheets (with answer sheet) It is suitable for children in Year 5, Year 6 and Year 7. My students enjoyed it!
Simplifying algebraic expressions power point presentation
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Simplifying algebraic expressions power point presentation

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This Interactive Powerpoint presentation covering warm up activity, excellent slides, which explain to your students how to simplify algebraic expressions by collecting like terms and by cancelling step by step. The pack also comes three differentiated worksheets (with answer sheet) It is suitable for children in Year 5, Year 6 and Year 7. My students enjoyed it!
Year 5/6 Maths  Revision Booklet Part 1
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Year 5/6 Maths Revision Booklet Part 1

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This collection includes my best 12 maths activity worksheets. Each worksheet contains 8-10 tasks to complete. Save your time as all the worksheets have got answers and let your students enjoy and make progress.
Algebra Powerpoint Presentation
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Algebra Powerpoint Presentation

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This power point presentation is an introduction to algebra. Children will learn key vocabulary like: expression, variable, symbol, value, equation and etc. The presentation comes with a warm up (missing number equations) activity, excellent teaching slides, which explain to your students how to write algebraic expressions. The pack also comes three differentiated worksheets (with answer sheet) It is suitable for children in Year 5, Year 6 and Year 7. My students enjoyed it!
Mixed Numbers and Improper ( Proper) Fractions
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Mixed Numbers and Improper ( Proper) Fractions

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Great lesson on Mixed Numbers and Improper Fraction This lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint covering Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions. There is a fantastic warm up activity focusing on addition and multiplication. The PowerPoint then demonstrates how to convert between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions using worked examples. Also included are associated worksheets, which come with answer sheets. I taught this as an observed lesson and the feedback was Outstanding!
Adding and Subtracting Fractions
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Adding and Subtracting Fractions

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A complete lesson on Adding and Subtracting Fractions. Excellent PowerPoint covering starter and teaching slides explain how to add and subtract fractions. There is a worksheet with the answer sheet. Ideal for Year 5-7.
Multiplying Fractions
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Multiplying Fractions

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Maths lesson on multiplying with fractions. Excellent PowerPoint, which explains students how to calculate the product of two fractions first by multiplying the numerator and denominator and as learning progresses by cross-simplifying(cancelling). The presentation includes a warm-up activity, which covers prime factors and multiples, adding with decimals and finding percentages. More able students are challenged to multiply mixed fractions. The presentation leads perfectly into the differentiated worksheets, which come with answer sheets! I taught this lesson to my Year 6 class and they made great progress!
Dividing Fractions
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Dividing Fractions

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Maths lesson on dividing with fractions. Excellent PowerPoint, which explains students how to divide two fractions step by step. The presentation includes a warm-up activity (quick recap multiplying with fractions). More able students are challenged to divide mixed fractions. The presentation leads perfectly into the differentiated worksheets, which come with answer sheets! I taught this lesson to my Year 6 class and they made great progress!
End of the year Maths Revision Activities
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End of the year Maths Revision Activities

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A selection of revision sheets and class activities to help your students revise all the areas of Mathematics that they learned in KS2. There are 12 sections and each section includes 8-10 tasks. (You can get from 1-5 sections only for £2 or from 1-12 for £3.) Section1 - Place value, Ordering and Rounding. Section2 – Number Properties Section3 - Fractions Section4 – Numerical Operations (BODMAS) Section5 – Lines and angles Let your students enjoy their last period of the school year.
Break - the - Code Algebra Activity
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Break - the - Code Algebra Activity

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This great code breaking activity helps children to practise substitution in algebra. It is suitable for children in Year 5, Year 6 and Year 7. Children must use substitution to solve a range algebraic expressions which include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square numbers, square roots, cubed numbers and brackets. It would also make a really great homework activity. My Year 6 class loved it!
Fractions and Decimals to Percentages
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Fractions and Decimals to Percentages

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Excellent PowerPoint, which explains the link between fractions, decimals and percentages. The presentation includes a warm-up activity, which covers odd and even numbers, multiples, factors and square numbers. The PowerPoint then goes on to demonstrate how to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. The presentation leads perfectly into the differentiated worksheets, which come with answer sheets! I taught this lesson to my Year 6 class and they made great progress!