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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.

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.
Times Tables Plotted on Grids | MULTIPLICATION PATTERNS
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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.
Decimals, Percentages and Fractions Target Boards with Questions | KS2 NUMBER WHOLE CLASS STARTERS
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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