BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

This bundle has four different resources each with an Easter theme! They cover a range of abilities (please see each resource for further details) you will find something for any class! Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch. Have a great Easter everyone! Looking for the UK version? Check it out here Easter Math Bundle UK
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BUNDLE Cootie Catcher

BUNDLE Cootie Catcher

BUNDLE COOTIE CATCHERS (FORTUNE TELLERS) Fortune Teller activities, or Cootie Catchers in the US, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. Each resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. This bundle has 10 resources in it, not sure check out our free sample.
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Exponents (Dance Mat Math)

Exponents (Dance Mat Math)

This is a Dance Mat Mathematics activity to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post (link in download) for tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready! This set of dance mat questions requires pupils to find the missing exponent from a calculation. Students then display their answer by placing their feet in the correct position; left foot for tens and right foot for the units. Check out our blog post (link in download) for details on creating your class dance mats. Covers common core standards 6.EE.1 6.EE.2.c Looking for the UK version? Download from our UK store here Indices Dance Mat Maths Thank you for looking, I hope the NumberLoving resources meet the needs of colleagues. Please get in touch via @numberloving or numberloving@outlook.com
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Blank Editable (Cootie Catcher)

Blank Editable (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. This resource is editable so that you can create a printable cootie catcher for a topic of your choosing. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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BUNDLE Cootie Catcher

BUNDLE Cootie Catcher

BUNDLE COOTIE CATCHERS (FORTUNE TELLERS) Fortune Teller activities, or Cootie Catchers in the US, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. Each resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. This bundle has 10 resources in it, not sure check out our free sample.
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Exponents (Cootie Catcher)

Exponents (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to evaluate expressions involving exponents, including fractional exponents. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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Number Properties (Cootie Catcher)

Number Properties (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to identify numbers from a list that meet given number properties. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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Long Multiplication (Cootie Catcher)

Long Multiplication (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to use written methods to perform multiplication. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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PEDMAS (Dance Mat Math)

PEDMAS (Dance Mat Math)

This is a Dance Mat Mathematics activity to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post (link in download) for tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready! This set of dance mat questions requires pupils to find the missing exponent from a calculation. Students then display their answer by placing their feet in the correct position; left foot for tens and right foot for the units. Check out our blog post (link in download) for details on creating your class dance mats. Covers common core standards 3.OA.8 6.EE.2.c Looking for the UK version? Download from our UK store here BIDMAS Dance Mat Maths Thank you for looking, I hope the NumberLoving resources is as expected from the description. Please get in touch via @numberloving or numberloving@outlook.com
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Factors and Multiples (Cootie Catcher)

Factors and Multiples (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to find factors, multiples, LCM and GCF. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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Sequences Nth Term (Cootie Catcher)

Sequences Nth Term (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to find the nth term of linear sequences and some quadratics by comparison. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Check out our blog Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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Generating Sequences (Cootie Catcher)

Generating Sequences (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to generate sequences from a given nth term. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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PEDMAS (Cootie Catcher)

PEDMAS (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to use the order of operations, PEDMAS to evaluate expressions. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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Express an Amount as a Percentage of 300 (Cootie Catcher)

Express an Amount as a Percentage of 300 (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to express different amounts as a percentage out of 300. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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Addition & Subtraction of Fractions Easter Special (Collect a Joke)

Addition & Subtraction of Fractions Easter Special (Collect a Joke)

This collect a joke activity requires pupils to collect the letters to give the punchline to a joke, which could be used at Easter time. Questions progress in difficulty from the addition of fractions with a common denominator, addition by finding a common denominator and on to the addition of mixed numbers. Visit our website for more ideas; www.numberloving.com Looking for the UK version? Check it out here Add/Subtract Fractions Collect a Joke Easter Special You might also be interested in our Easter Math Bundle
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Sequences (Dance Mat Math)

Sequences (Dance Mat Math)

This is a Dance Mat Math activity to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post (link in download) for tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready! This set of dance mat questions requires pupils to find the next or missing number in linear sequences, with some questions at the end are quadratic sequences requiring comparison to square numbers. Students then display their answer by placing their feet in the correct position; left foot for tens and right foot for the units. Meets Common Core Standards Looking for the UK version? Check it out here; Sequences Dance Mat Maths
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Algebra Review (Cootie Catcher)

Algebra Review (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to use various algebra skills.. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

This bundle has four different resources each with an Easter theme! They cover a range of abilities (please see each resource for further details) you will find something for any class! Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch. Have a great Easter everyone! Looking for the UK version? Check it out here Easter Math Bundle UK
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Exponents (Dance Mat Math)

Exponents (Dance Mat Math)

This is a Dance Mat Mathematics activity to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post (link in download) for tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready! This set of dance mat questions requires pupils to find the missing exponent from a calculation. Students then display their answer by placing their feet in the correct position; left foot for tens and right foot for the units. Check out our blog post (link in download) for details on creating your class dance mats. Covers common core standards 6.EE.1 6.EE.2.c Looking for the UK version? Download from our UK store here Indices Dance Mat Maths Thank you for looking, I hope the NumberLoving resources meet the needs of colleagues. Please get in touch via @numberloving or numberloving@outlook.com
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Slope, Rearranging y=mx+b (Easter Math Art Special)

Slope, Rearranging y=mx+b (Easter Math Art Special)

Math Art combines the fun of coloring and the consolidation of mathematical skills Ideal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision. In this math art activity pupils need to rearrange from the implicit function to y=mx+b and hence identify the gradient. Pupils then shade all the squares with those answers in the color stated. As a result pupils will have a picture of an Easter chick. This resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch. Check out our blog for more Easter Maths ideas. Meets common core standards: 8.EE.5 8.EE.6 8.F.3 A-CED.4 Looking for the UK version? You can find it here Rearranging y=mx+c Easter Math Art You might also be interested in our Easter Math Bundle
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Mode, Median, Range Easter Special (Math Art)

Mode, Median, Range Easter Special (Math Art)

Math Art combines the fun of coloring and the consolidation of mathematical skills Ideal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision. In this math art activity pupils need to calculate missing angles, including isosceles triangles, parallel lines and polygons. Pupils then shade all the squares with those answers in the color stated. As a result pupils will have a picture of an Easter basket and eggs. This resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas to support and challenge. Covers common core standards; S-ID.2, 6.SP.5.c Looking for the UK version? Check it out here in our UK store here; Averages Easter Special Math Art You might also be interested in our Easter Math Bundle
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Calculating Angles Easter Special (Math Art)

Calculating Angles Easter Special (Math Art)

Math Art combines the fun of coloring and the consolidation of mathematical skills Ideal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision. In this math art activity pupils need to calculate missing angles, including isosceles triangles, parallel lines and polygons. Pupils then shade all the squares with those answers in the color stated. As a result pupils will have a picture of an Easter basket and eggs. This resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas to support and challenge. Covers common core standards: 7.G.5,4.MD.7 Looking for the UK version? Find it here in our UK store Angles Math Art You might also be interested in our Easter Math Bundle
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Solving Equations Christmas Special (Math Art)

Solving Equations Christmas Special (Math Art)

Math Art combines the fun of coloring and the consolidation of mathematical skills Ideal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision. In this math art activity pupils need to solve each linear equation. Pupils then shade all the squares with those answers in the color stated. As a result pupils will have a picture of a Christmas Tree. This resource comes complete with instructions and solutions. Covers common core standards 6.EE.7 7.EE.4.a Looking for the UK version? Find it here in our UK store Solving Equations Christmas Special (Math Art) You might also be interested in our Easter Math Bundle
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FREE Averages (Cootie Catcher)

FREE Averages (Cootie Catcher)

Cootie Catcher activities, or Fortune Tellers in the UK, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to find averages for a list of data. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own. Not sure? Why not try our free Averages cootie Catcher resource, check it out; Averages Cootie Catcher Terms of Use This purchase is for the use of one teacher only.
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