Times Tables Bingo

Times Tables Bingo

Ready-made bingo cards and balls to practise times tables. Print and cut out for a quick, easy and fun way to practise times tables in small groups or whole class. The bingo cards are differentiated into Year 2 times tables (2x, 10x and 5x); Year 3 times tables (3x, 4x and 8x); and Year 4 times tables (6x, 7x, 9x, 11x and 12x). This could also be used as a whole class activity - differentiated for different abilities (higher levels would have the Year 4 bingo cards, and lower levels would have Year 2 bingo cards, for example). To play the game, simply give each child (or pair) a bingo card, then draw one of the bingo 'balls' and ask children to work out the answer. If they have that number, they cross it off their bingo card. The first pair or child to complete their card wins the game.
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Times Tables Worksheets

Times Tables Worksheets

A series of worksheets with an underwater theme, to test pupils' times table knowledge (up to 12x12). Children will enjoy the fun worksheet whilst practising their times tables. They can colour the fish when they have completed the questions. A separate sheet is provided for each times table. This will allow differentiation without pupils being aware that other children have easier/more difficult work.
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Visual Aids for Times Tables

Visual Aids for Times Tables

All the times tables from 2-12, displayed as visual representations of items that come in 3s, 4s, 5s, etc. To be used when learning times tables, so children can be provided with 'proof' of the times tables as they are learning them. Good for visual learners - seeing the times tables represented this way can help with retention of the times tables facts. These could be laminated and used as 'mats' when learning times tables, or printed out and displayed as part of a mathematics display. There is one 2-page document provided for each times table.
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Adapted playscript for A Midsummer Night's Dream - suitable for 8-15 year olds.

Adapted playscript for A Midsummer Night's Dream - suitable for 8-15 year olds.

A version of A Midsummer Night's Dream that has been adapted so that it is suitable for older primary and secondary children. The play has been shortened so it can be performed in approximately an hour, and some of the more difficult Shakespearean language has been removed or translated. The author has tried to maintain the Shakespearean feeling of the play, by retaining some of the more famous lines in the play, and retaining the rhythm of the language. The aim is to make Shakespeare more accessible to children by translating the play into language they can understand, without losing the charm of the original. This resource could be used to put on a full performance of the play, or as a resource to use in class when teaching Shakespeare. It can also be used in Drama lessons - pupils could act out sections of the play without a full performance being necessary.
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A Midsummer Night's Dream - playscript and additional resources (for 8-15 year olds)

A Midsummer Night's Dream - playscript and additional resources (for 8-15 year olds)

A version of A Midsummer Night's Dream that has been adapted so that it is suitable for older primary and secondary children. The play has been shortened so it can be performed in approximately an hour, and some of the more difficult Shakespearean language has been removed or translated. The author has tried to maintain the Shakespearean feeling of the play, by retaining some of the more famous lines in the play, and retaining the rhythm of the language. The aim is to make Shakespeare more accessible to children by translating the play into language they can understand, without losing the charm of the original. This resource could be used to put on a full performance of the play, or as a resource to use in class when teaching Shakespeare. It can also be used in Drama lessons - pupils could act out sections of the play without a full performance being necessary. Also included in the pack is a breakdown of how many lines each character has - useful when giving out parts! And a list of props and costumes needed for a performance of the play.
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2-Times Table Worksheet

2-Times Table Worksheet

A fun and friendly worksheet for assessment of 2-times table knowledge. Includes questions from 1 x 2 to 12 x 2. This could be used as a homework sheet or worksheet at the end of a lesson about the 2-times table to see how well the children know these facts. It could also be used as a class activity if children are provided with equipment to work out the answers.
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Times Table Patterns

Times Table Patterns

The pattern for each times table up to 12x12, displayed on separate number squares. Can be used for reference during a lesson teaching times tables. Could also be used as a worksheet for a lesson on number patterns - the pupil has to continue the pattern. Works as a great visual aid whilst learning times tables. Could be laminated and used as a reference 'mat' - or used on a class display to show number patterns and/or times tables.
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Times Table Speed Grids

Times Table Speed Grids

Grids of times tables questions for children to practise their rapid recall of times tables facts. Separate grids for Year 2 times tables (2x, 5x and 10x); Year 3 times tables (3x, 4x and 8x) and Year 4 times tables (6x, 7x, 9x, 11x and 12x) - providing differentiation for different abilities in the class. The speed grids are presented with fun graphics to engage pupils, and contain a space for them to write the time it took them to complete the grid. The grids can be repeated each day for a week whilst pupils try to improve their score.
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Telling the Time Quick Assessment Sheet

Telling the Time Quick Assessment Sheet

A worksheet that displays o'clock, half past, quarter to, quarter past, 20 to and 5 to times on analogue clocks. Children are to say or write the time, as a quick assessment tool so a teacher can see which stage the child is up to with learning to tell the time. Could also be used as a quick summative assessment sheet at the end of a unit of work that has taught telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes. Useful in Year 3 and Year 4 , and for lower ability groups in Years 5 and 6.
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Telling the Time Resource Pack

Telling the Time Resource Pack

A variety of resources for telling the time up to the nearest 5 minutes, digitally, and on an analogue clock. The pack includes: Analogue and Digital Minutes: This is a reference tool, which pupils can use to learn analogue and digital equivalent times. It could be laminated and used as a reference mat whilst teaching a lesson on digital time, or blown up to a large size to be used a teaching tool or a display item. Blank clock 1-12: This is a diagram of a clock with no hands, but numbers 1-12. It can be laminated and hands drawn to show different times, or digital/analogue times written around the outside. It could also be used as a worksheet, where pupils have to write the digital minutes around the outside, or the time in words around the outside. Circle cut into quarters: This can be useful when teaching the time to infants, particularly when learning quarter to and quarter past. It can be used as a worksheet, where children are required to write 'o'clock', 'quarter past', 'half past' and 'quarter to' in the appropriate places. Clock with blank boxes: This is a useful worksheet to use when learning the digital time. This could be used at the end of a lesson to assess learning outcomes. Digital times to tell: This can be used in a small group setting as a discussion tool 'What time is it when a digital clock shows this time?' - or as a worksheet - 'Write the time in words'. My Telling the Time Stepping Stones: This is an assessment sheet, where children can colour where they are up to in being able to tell the time (analogue time only). Times to tell: This can be used in a similar way to 'digital times to tell' - i.e. as either a discussion tool or a worksheet. It could be used when pupils are learning to tell the analogue time (they can write the time in words under each clock); or when learning the digital time (they can write the digital time under each clock). Testing Clocks: This is an assessment sheet which contains times to tell from o'clock times to 5 minute intervals, to allow teachers to ascertain where their pupils are up to in the process of learning how to tell the time. It can be used before a unit of work, in order to inform planning, or at the end to assess learning outcomes of the unit.
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Write Your Times Tables Sheets

Write Your Times Tables Sheets

A series of worksheets where children can write out their times tables up to 12 x 12. Helps children who are reading/writing learning style. Each sheet is illustrated with items that come in 3s, 4s, 5s, etc., to help children relate the times tables to real life, and to engage their interest visually. Children just have to write the answers to each times table number sentence (presented in numerical order) - an essential step in learning the times tables.
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Hundred Square

Hundred Square

A simple hundred square to print out, for use in maths lessons. Helps with place value, counting in 10s, times tables and many other topics within the maths curriculum.
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Times Tables Cards

Times Tables Cards

Cards that contain all the question and answers for all the times tables up to 12 x 12. (Questions on separate cards to answers). These can be used for lots of different games and activities involving times table practice, including snap, Pelmanism, Mix-Pair-Share and matching games. Print out and laminate for a hard-wearing resource that can be used again and again with several year groups.
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