# Propeller Education

Take learning further. Propeller makes meeting National Curriculum objectives easy and provides teachers with fun and engaging learning activities for Primary Schools. Use our TES store to explore our bank of free and affordable downloads, from e-Books to worksheets to units of work.

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Take learning further. Propeller makes meeting National Curriculum objectives easy and provides teachers with fun and engaging learning activities for Primary Schools. Use our TES store to explore our bank of free and affordable downloads, from e-Books to worksheets to units of work.

#### Negative to Positive Number Lines from -100 to 100 | KS2 NEGATIVE NUMBERS

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This bundle of Number Lines features one sheet per negative number line of: -5 to 5 -10 to 10 -20 to 20 -50 to 50, and -100 to 100 Each number line is brightly coloured and features positive numbers in purple, neutral numbers in green, and negative numbers in pink.

#### Cuisenaire Rods from 1 to 10 | CALCULATION in Key Stage 1 KS1

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A visual representation of Cuisenaire Rods from 1 up to 10 on an A4 poster. Can be used on the classroom wall, or to support independent learning and use of Cuisenaire Rods.

#### 4 Quadrant Co-ordinate Grid Template | GRAPHS AND DIAGRAMS

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Blank template of a 4 quadrant co-ordinate grid for use in maths and science for recording data, symmetry and/or understanding the properties of 2D shapes.

#### Bar Diagram Templates | CALCULATION

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Two sheets of templates for using when creating Bar Diagrams. Each diagram has been left blank for you and your class to add your own numbers - great for comparing relationships between numbers.

#### Circular Whole Part Diagram Templates for KS1 and KS2 | CALCULATION

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A4 sheet of Circular Whole Part diagrams as templates for using in KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 Maths lessons.

#### Counting in Hundredths with Images

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5 x A4 sheets showing the fractions of hundredths and visual representations - the hundredths shown are 1 hundredth through to 9 hundredths. Great for popping on a fractions display in the classroom.

#### Times Tables Plotted on Grids | MULTIPLICATION PATTERNS

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A set of Multiplication Pattern A4 sheets, covering 2x tables to 12x tables. Tables up to 9x are plotted on a 100 Square, and… 9x is plotted on a 110 to show full patterns up to 9 x 12 10x is plotted on a 120 to show full patterns up to 10 x 12 11x is plotted up a 140 to show full patterns up to 11 x 12 12x is plotted on a 150 to show full patterns up to 12 x 12 These brightly coloured squares are ideal for displays and for using as reference points for multiplication/times tables.

#### Blank Arithmetic Test Grids | KS2 SATS AND ASSESSMENT ARITHMETIC PRACTICE

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12 pages of blank Arithmetic Test Grids. Each page contains 3 work out spaces/answer boxes that resemble those found on the SATs - a good template to use when preparing KS2 for assessments and SATs itself.

#### Finish the Symmetrical Drawings | SYMMETRY ON GRID WITH AXES

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A series of ‘Finish the Symmetrical Drawing’ sheets. Each drawing is placed on a grid with Axes and can be reflected with a mirror before drawing. Drawings include: Butterfly Diamond Envelope Heart House Letter A Letter M Number 8 Plane Star Sunglasses Tree

#### 2D Shapes Target Board with Questions | Whole Class Starter | KS1 & KS2 SHAPE

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Start your lesson on the properties of 2D shapes with this target board activity. Can the students identify the shapes on the grid from the questions asked? Students can work in pairs or as a whole class to find the correct shapes on the target board and answer the questions.

#### Counting in Tenths with Images | KS2 FRACTIONS AND DISPLAYS

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5 x A4 posters showing fractions and visual representations of the tenths from 1/10 to 10/10. A great resource for your classroom’s Fractions display and for helping children make links between the numbers and their representations.

#### Analogue Clock Face | KS1 & KS2 TIME

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Single large A4 analogue clock face to use with small group or whole class.

#### Bank of Number Lines Including Blank, 0-10, 0-20, Negative and Fraction | KS1 & KS2

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A bank of number lines to use with your KS1 and KS2 Class. Number lines included: 0 - 10 Number line 0 - 20 Number line Graduated numberline to 20 - unlabelled -10 - 10 Negative number line Decimal / Fractions number lines - tenths Decimal / Fractions number lines - hundredths

#### 1st Quadrant Co-ordinate Grid up to 10 Template | GRAPHS AND DIAGRAMS

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Template of a single 10 x 10 quadrant grid, blank for use by students for drawing shapes, assessing properties of 2D shapes such as area, or for data collection in maths and science.

#### Blank Number Line Templates | CALCULATION

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A series of blank number lines for customising - suitable for any range of numbers in all Year Groups. Great for calculation, counting and finding patterns.

#### Multiplying by 2, 5 and 10 | CALCULATION & ARITHMETIC PRACTICE

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A sheet of multiplication sums focusing on the 2x, 5x and 10x table. Ideal for arithmetic and calculation practice in Primary Maths.

#### Adding and Subtracting 10 using 2 and 3-Digit Numbers | ARITHMETIC PRACTICE

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A sheet of addition and subtraction sums for adding and subtracting 10 from a 2 or 3-digit number. Ideal for arithmetic practice in Primary Maths classrooms.

#### Adding Single Digit Numbers to 2-Digit Numbers | ARITHMETIC PRACTICE

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A sheet of addition and subtraction sums for adding single digit numbers to 2-digit numbers. Ideal for arithmetic practice in Primary Maths.

#### Whole Part Diagram Templates | CALCULATION

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A4 sheet of brightly coloured Circular Whole Part diagrams as templates for using in KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 Maths lessons.

#### Decimals, Percentages and Fractions Target Boards with Questions | KS2 NUMBER WHOLE CLASS STARTERS

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Set of 3 target boards with questions that can be used as whole class starter activities, or for groups of students to work their way through to master Fractions, Decimals and Percentages and how they might relate to each other. Questions ask students to order, convert, multiply, compare and divide the decimals, percentages and fractions that they are presented with. Work your way through the three sheets to talk about equivalences too. Some example questions: Add as many decimals as you like to make 1 Order the decimals from smallest to largest How many different ways can you make 1? Would you prefer 20% of £75 or 75% of £20? Jimmy scores 12 out of 20 on a test - what is this as a percentage? Convert all percentages to decimals Find the largest fraction on the board Choose three random fractions and add them together