This Math game is a fun and exciting way for K-2/key stage 1 pupils, to practise and revise their number bonds to 20.
My pupils love playing this game and keep asking if they can play the game again!
The game can be played by 2 - 3 players.
The instructions are included in this resource.
This fun activity will inspire your students to write their own stories.
Your students will enjoy rolling the die and finding out which character, setting and problem their story will contain.
This product includes the following themes in colour as well as black and white:
Additionally, this resource includes a blank template which allows your students to give their own input. You could fill it in with the whole class, a small group or alternatively your students could create one for each other.
This resource can be used for K-2 to review measurement (in cm) as well as to practise comparison.
On the first page students will have the opportunity to measure objects in real life and record their measurements.
After which they will compare the numbers and record their comparison with a greater than, less than or equal sign.
On the second and third page students compare the given measurements and add the greater than, less than or equal sign to show their understanding of place value.
These graphic organisers will help your pupils to include the most important parts and give structure to their stories. The story maps can also be used to identify the characters, setting, problem and solution in stories as a reading comprehension activity.
This resource includes 3 different types of story maps, which will help you to differentiate and find one that suits your pupil’s needs:
Picture cues (for younger as well as visual learners)
Question cues (helps learners who are already able to read to understand the concepts)
Advanced version (without cues, for learners that are familiar with the concepts)
Additionally, this product contains suggestions on how to incorporate the story map into your lessons.
This product includes a colour as well as a black and white version. It can be used for a whole group, small group as well as for a one-on-one activity.
This worksheet can be used for K-2/Key stage 1 to practise and revise the number bonds to 10.
The pupils are asked to add three numbers of which two numbers make 10 (e.g. 4+7+6= ). By circling the number bond, the pupils will easily be able to identify and add the remaining number to 10 ( e.g. continuing the example above: 4+6=10, so 10+7=17).
The example of Ann buying cupcakes at the cupcake shop, helps pupils to make connections to real life situations and makes these problems more visual.
The hands-on experiments in this resource, allow students to observe which objects sink or float in water.
In a playful way they will become familiar with making predictions, observations, identifying, sorting, reasoning, gathering data, comparing and evaluating.
This resource includes:
A clear explanation (with examples) of how to use this resource
Two posters for your classroom to help visualize the concepts of sinking and floating.
Various recording sheets to record the experiments (differentiated):
Sink or Float? (Cut and paste pictures to record the result after testing)
Test & Sort (Testing, identifying and recording results)
Make a Prediction (Creating a visual record of their prediction, and observation. Evaluate prediction in comparison to result with a smiley to enhance future predictions)
Predict & Test (Data handling: create a more abstract record of prediction and observation)
Step by step instruction of how to conduct the following experiments (incl. photos + explanation of why it works this way):
Experiment: Do eggs sink or float?
Experiment: Does an orange sink or float?
This Math game is a fun and exciting way for K-2/key stage 1 pupils to practise and revise their number bonds to 10.
My pupils love to play this game and keep asking if they can play it again!
The game can be played by 2 players.
The instructions of the game are included in this resource.
This product can be used for K-2, to review adding coins (Eurocents) as well as to practice comparison.
Students will need to compare by adding the coins on each side to find out the total amounts. By adding the greater than, less than or equal sign the students can show their understanding of place value.
Looking for a meaningful way to engage your students at the end of the school year?
This End of Year Memory Book is a great activity for students to look back at their school year and create a keepsake for them and their families to treasure.
The memory book can be used for Kindergarten to Grade 3.
This resource contains the following pages:
Page 1: Cover page Kindergarten
Page 2: Cover page Grade 1
Page 3: Cover page Grade 2
Page 4: Cover page Grade 3
Page 5: All about me
Page 6: My Friends
Page 7: My teachers
Page 8: My classmates
Page 9: A map of my classroom
Page 10: My favourite fieldtrip
Page 11: The most important thing I learned this year
Page 12: My favourite memory
Page 13: One thing I will miss about Kindergarten
Page 14: One thing I will miss about Grade 1
Page 15: One thing I will miss about Grade 2
Page 16: One thing I will miss about Grade 3
Page 17: My goal for next year
These workmats are a hands-on activity for your literacy stations.
Have your students practice the sight words by reading, building, stamping and writing in a fun way.
This product includes 2 different types of workmats:
Read it - Build it - Write it
Build it - Stamp it -Write it
Suggestions on how to use these workmats are included in this product.
The workmat contains helplines for writing practice.
For your convenience I have created two versions of each mat, with double
as well as single helplines.
I hope you will find this resource helpful in your classroom!
These problem solving exercises can be used for K-2/key stage 1, to practise and revise2-digit addition skills, which includes carrying over.
The last exercise on the second and fourth page are marked with a blue border; these are extension exercises for fast finishers and strong Math pupils.
This exercise for KS1/K-2 can be used to practise the use of personal pronouns in a meaningful way.
After reading the sentence, the pupils choose a personal pronoun from the word bank and fill in the gap. They will also draw a picture about the sentence. Most sentences are about themselves and the people they know. This will help them to make connections and get a better understanding of when to use which personal pronoun in their daily lives.
The authentic nature of this exercise, gave my students ownership and kept them engaged the entire lesson.
Personal pronouns used in this exercise are: I, he, she, it, we, they
This resource will help your students to practice the counting on strategy when solving addition problems to 20.
It contains 6 pages for the students plus one “How to use this resource” page.
The three variations (each 2 pages) allow your students to increasingly work out these problems on their own by drawing the dots by themselves in the end.