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After teaching 11 - 13 year old students for 7 years, I decided to stay at home when my second child was born. I used my Remedial qualification to assist those who struggled with Math and English to give them the extra boost. I believe in creating a love for learning in students by making it fun and interactive.

After teaching 11 - 13 year old students for 7 years, I decided to stay at home when my second child was born. I used my Remedial qualification to assist those who struggled with Math and English to give them the extra boost. I believe in creating a love for learning in students by making it fun and interactive.
Degrees of Comparison Activity Bundle

Degrees of Comparison Activity Bundle

Teach Degrees of Comparison (Comparison of Adjectives) with this interactive bundle. It includes: Degrees of Comparison Posters Degrees of Comparison worksheets with a printable or Power Point memorandum (There are 4 worksheets included). Degrees of Comparison Board Game ( with or without QR codes) Degrees of Comparison Bingo Game with 30 different game boards and 30 different question cards. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Margaux (Learning with Sunflower Smiles)
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Degrees of Comparison Posters & Worksheet

Degrees of Comparison Posters & Worksheet

These worksheets can act as a reinforcement activity to practice the rules. Four worksheets have been included along with a printable memorandum as well as a Power Point memorandum. The Power Point memorandum provides the perfect opportunity for students to assess their own work and understanding. A set of Posters have also been included in this product to use to explain the topic and then display in the classroom. A reference page of a compilation of the posters can be pasted into learner books for easy reference at home and school. Should you be looking for other Comparison of Adjectives activities, you may be interested in my: Comparison of Adjectives Bingo Comparison of Adjectives Board Game If you have any suggestions or queries, please contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Margaux (Learning with Sunflower Smiles)
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Degrees of Comparison BINGO

Degrees of Comparison BINGO

Degrees of Comparison Bingo is a fun and interactive way to practice Degrees of Comparison. 30 Bingo game boards have been included to offer this activity as a whole-class activity. It can, however, also be played in smaller groups as a center activity. Laminate the game boards for reuse. Students each get a board and use a white board marker or counters to cover the spaces which are called out. Thirty ‘question cards’ have been included. These questions are presented in two ways, namely: “What is the comparative/superlative version of the following adjective…?” Or “Fill the correct version of the adjective in the given sentence: My mom is (cheerful) than my dad.” A memorandum has also been included to check question card answers if it is needed. This could also mean that the question cards can be used as task cards for further revision. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Margaux (Learning with Sunflower Smiles)
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Degree of Comparison Board Game

Degree of Comparison Board Game

This product focuses on Degrees of Comparison. This board game can be used as a center activity to practice Degrees of Comparison. 30 question cards have been included with a game board and instructions. These cards are presented with or without QR codes. A memorandum has been included for when ‘without QR codes’ version is used. Should you wish to use these cards as task cards instead of as a board game, an answer sheet has also been included. QR codes are a lot of fun and create a self-assessing tool. Download a free QR code reader from your app store onto a handheld device. Students then hover the device over the code to reveal the answer to the question. This offers immediate feedback and self correction. You may be interested in my other Degrees of Comparison products, namely: Degrees of Comparison Posters & Worksheets Degrees of Comparison Bingo Or Degrees of Comparison Bundle (which contains all three activities) Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Margaux (Learning with Sunflower Smiles
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Simplifying Algebraic Expressions (Power Point and Worksheets)

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions (Power Point and Worksheets)

This interactive PowerPoint goes through the basics of simplifying algebraic expressions. Students are encouraged to participate in the lesson by using individual white boards to answer questions posed during the PowerPoint or to demonstrate methods to the rest of the class. The 26 slide PowerPoint deals with: Parts of an expression Like and unlike terms A negative coefficient .removing brackets to simplify Two worksheets accompanied by memorandums have also been included. This PowerPoint is not locked so small variations can be made to suit your students. If you have any suggestions or queries please do not hesitate to contact me on margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Happy Teaching Margaux Created by Margaux Langenhoven from Learning with Sunflower Smiles
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Simplifying Equations (Simplify the Room)

Simplifying Equations (Simplify the Room)

“Simplifying the Room” is a set of equations that need to be simplified in order to find the corresponding answer on the worksheet and therefore finding the necessary letters to solve the riddle. This product includes: A set of 24 simplifying equation cards in color, less color and black & white. Worksheet Memorandum (Simplify the Room) * These cards can be used as task cards as well where students complete them individually at their desks.* Should you have any queries or recommendations please feel free to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com I trust your students will enjoy this activity. Margaux
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Perfect Tense (I Have... Who Has?)

Perfect Tense (I Have... Who Has?)

“I Have... ‘Who Has?” is an interactive activity which includes the whole class. Each student gets a card. Hand all 32 cards out which may mean that some students get two cards. This will ensure that the full loop can be completed. Choose a student to start (I often start the loop to set the example). The person to start, reads their “Who Has?” sentence. The rest of the students listen to the sentence and the required tense. They then check their “I Have” sentences for the correct answer. Once they read their answer out and it is determined to be the correct answer, they then read their “Who Has?” sentence. And so the loop continues. For example: First person reads: “Who Has - Tom had liked football. In Perfect Present?” Person with the answer reads: “ I have – Tom has liked football.” “Who Has ...” You may be interested in my other Perfect Tense products. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com. Margaux
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Integers Board Game

Integers Board Game

Practice Integers with this fun and interactive board game. Students will apply their understanding of comparing, ordering and sequencing Integers. This set can be used in a variety of ways. As a board game with or without QR codes in groups or as a set of Task Cards done individually. Game cards are presented in color and blackline as well as with or without QR codes. Should you wish to use the set without QR codes, a memorandum has been included which can be used to check answers. An answering sheet is also available for recording answers if it is needed. You can contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com should you have any queries or suggestions. Happy Teaching! Margaux
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Homophone Bingo

Homophone Bingo

I have compiled this Homophone Bingo game as a reinforcement activity for my class. Students can play in groups up to 8. This pack includes 8 half page Bingo boards and 24 question cards which require students to identify which homophone is being used in the sentence. I have included a black and white set which can be copied onto colored paper as well as a colored set. Students take turns to select a card and read it to the rest of the group. Students search for the word on their Bingo boards and then cover it with a counter. The reader checks that the rest of the group have selected the correct homophone. Students need to acquire four in a row to win the game. Homophone Bingo is a great addition to your literacy centre as a well as an ‘early-finishers’ activity. Should you wish for additional words to be added to this set, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com. I trust your students will enjoy this activity. Margaux
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Properties of Numbers Memory Game and Posters

Properties of Numbers Memory Game and Posters

This is a set of memory cards to reinforce the Properties of Real Numbers. Students need to match a Set A, B and C card together. It includes the following: Set A: A green card back, with each of the names of the Properties of numbers. Set B: A purple card back and each Property of Numbers rule. Set C: An orange card back and an example of each of the Properties of Numbers. Should you think that matching three cards together is a bit tricky for your students, Set B and C can be joined together as Set B and an extra set of Set A need to be printed. This would mean that the name is matched with a rule OR an example and there would be 16 pairs to match instead of 8 sets of three. Properties of Real Numbers posters is also included in this set. Happy Teaching! Margaux
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Factors Clip Cards

Factors Clip Cards

I created this set of Factors Clip Cards to use as an extra math resource. This resource can be used as an introduction activity, or as a time filler for those who finish early. Children look at the front of the card and clip pegs or paper clips on all the numbers which are factors of the middle number. They then turn the card over and the answers are in color so they can correct themselves. I have used a subtle Spring theme, allowing these cards to be perfect for Spring but also for the rest of the year as well. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com I trust your children will benefit from this set of Factor Clip Cards. Margaux Created by Margaux Langenhoven
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Properties of Real Numbers Power Point and Worksheets

Properties of Real Numbers Power Point and Worksheets

This complete set is made up of a PowerPoint, foldables for your interactive notebook and two worksheets with memorandums. The PowerPoint is highly interactive, encouraging students to experiment and work together to deduce rules for each of the properties. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com I trust your students will benefit from this product. Margaux
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Fraction Adventure Board Game

Fraction Adventure Board Game

I have created this Fraction game to be rather flexible, depending on the topic which is being taught. Comparing, equivalent, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions can be reinforced using this game. In this set I have included: A set of 24 fraction cards 9 extra cards to ‘spice’ up the game even more 3 Adventure boards (A pirates, space and St Patrick’s Day themed board) 3 fraction card backs which can be photocopied on the back of the fraction cards to keep them with their adventure board theme. These are in black and white as I find it helpful to photocopy them on colored paper so that packs don’t get mixed up – should you want them in color, please let me know and I’ll do it for you. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com I trust your children will benefit and enjoy this board game! Margaux
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Negative Numbers Task Cards (Multiplication)

Negative Numbers Task Cards (Multiplication)

Use these task cards as a practice activity for Negative Numbers. This product focuses on applying the rules for multiplying negative and positive numbers. 32 cards have been included. These cards are offered with or without QR codes, as well as in color and printer friendly, black and white. QR codes offer students the opportunity to assess their own work and work through a problem until they get to the desired answer. Students can download free QR code scanners onto their mobile devices. Should you not have the technology facilities to use the QR code version, the version without QR codes will be just as effective. The Record sheet at the end of the product, provides students with a place to record their answers. A QR code version is also included for students to scan the code once the activity is complete to acquire the memorandum, should you wish to give this version to them. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Happy Teaching! Margaux
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Magic Number 48

Magic Number 48

Magic Number 48 is a mathematics activity which practices all four of the operation i.e. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division as well as order of calculations. Children need to use only the five given numbers to reach 48. All the numbers need to be used, in any order. They need to add, subtract, multiply or divide in order to reach 48. Brackets may also be used to assist in making the calculations. This set includes 60 task cards to be used in a mathematics centre as well as a work booklet. This work booklet contains the same problems but in a booklet form. You can then choose which method would suit your situation better. The booklet has space for calculations to be made. The two components can even be used together. I have also included a memorandum showing one method of working out each cards. Encourage your children to find their own method as there are other ways to work each one out. If you have any queries or suggestions, please contact me on margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com. I trust your children will benefit from this activity! Margaux
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Perfect Tense Worksheets

Perfect Tense Worksheets

Perfect Tense Worksheets These Perfect Tense worksheets reinforce writing sentences into the Perfect Tense and converting sentences that are in the Perfect Tense into a different tense. Use the Memorandum PowerPoint presentation as a grading method. Students can check their own work and identify the common errors that they are making. This product is offered in two versions, one containing only WILL in the future tense and also a version containing WILL and SHALL. You may also be interested in my Perfect Tense Board Game. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Happy Teaching! Margaux
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Perfect Tense Board Game

Perfect Tense Board Game

Perfect Tense Board Game This ‘Tense Quest’ board game is the perfect activity to review or practice Perfect Tenses. Students will have fun moving around the playing board and answering the question cards by converting sentences into required tenses. Two versions of this game have been included; one where ‘will ‘is used with the subject in the future tense and one where ‘will’ and ‘shall’ have been used in the future tense depending on the subject used (I shall, we shall everyone else will). This is the WILL version. This game acts as a good listening and memory recall activity as well. It requires one of the other game members to read the sentence to the player in order for them to convert it. Students then practice listening for all the information, remembering it and then recalling it once they have converted it. (I do wish to add that the QR code version can be read by the player them self if you so wish, but the version without the QR codes needs to be read by another player as the answer is on the card.) As said above, this game is offered with and without QR codes. QR codes add an extra dimension to the game as it incorporates technology, which students are so familiar with. Students can download a free QR Code Reader onto their phones or hand held devices and then use it to scan the codes to reveal the answers. Only one device is needed per group. The version without accommodates those classes without access to handheld device. This game is also offered in colour and printer –friendly black and white. I printed the ‘Card Back’ (found at the end of the document) onto coloured paper and then pasted to the back of the question cards to make different coloured sets, to avoid my cards from getting mixed up. Look out for my Simple Tense and Continuous Tense versions of this game. They follow the same structure so that the different versions can be added to the existing game as they are covered in class. Should you have any queries or suggestions you can contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Happy teaching! Margaux
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Synonyms Activities

Synonyms Activities

This Synonym pack aims to introduce students to new synonyms and therefore improve their vocabulary and writing style. It is aimed at older students (5th - 8th grade) depending on ability and existing vocabulary. Examples of the Synonyms included are: Anger: wrath, fury Angry: infuriated, furious Calm: tranquil, serene Doubtful: dubious, hesitant Empty: vacant, uninhibited Food: cuisine, refreshments Force: compel, oblige Friendly: amiable, congenial Proud: arrogant, haughty The set includes a class activity, pair work and individual work activities. Use the PowerPoint memorandum for students to check their work from the first worksheet. Other memorandums have been included in the set. The activities focus on 30 words and their Synonyms.
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Perfect Tense Printables (Worksheets)

Perfect Tense Printables (Worksheets)

Perfect Tense Worksheets These Perfect Tense worksheets reinforce writing sentences into the Perfect Tense and converting sentences that are in the Perfect Tense into a different tense. Use the Memorandum PowerPoint presentation as a grading method. Students can check their own work and identify the common errors that they are making. This product is offered in two versions, one containing only will in the future tense and also a version containing WILL and SHALL in the future tense. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Happy teaching! Margaux
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Continuous Tense Game

Continuous Tense Game

Continuous Tense Game This ‘Tense Quest’ board game is the perfect activity to review or practice Continuous Tenses. Students will have fun moving around the playing board and answering the question cards by converting sentences into required tenses. Two versions of this game have been included; one where ‘will ‘is used with the subject in the future tense and one where ‘will’ and ‘shall’ have been used in the future tense depending on the subject used (I shall, we shall everyone else will). This game acts as a good listening and memory recall activity as well. It requires one of the other game members to read the sentence to the player in order for them to convert it. Students then practice listening for all the information, remembering it and then recalling it once they have converted it. This game is offered with and without QR codes. QR codes add an extra dimension to the game as it incorporates technology, which students are so familiar with. Students can download a free QR Code Reader onto their phones or hand held devices and then use it to scan the codes to reveal the answers. Only one device is needed per group. The version without accommodates those classes without access to handheld device. Should you have any queries or suggestions, please contact me at margauxlangenhoven@gmail.com Happy teaching! Margaux
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Synonym Activities

Synonym Activities

This Synonym pack aims to introduce students to new synonyms and therefore improve their vocabulary and writing style. It is aimed at older students (Year 6 - 9) depending on ability and existing vocabulary. Examples of the Synonyms included are: Anger: wrath, fury Angry: infuriated, furious Calm: tranquil, serene Doubtful: dubious, hesitant Empty: vacant, uninhibited Food: cuisine, refreshments Force: compel, oblige Friendly: amiable, congenial Proud: arrogant, haughty The set includes a class activity, pair work and individual work activities. Use the PowerPoint memorandum for students to check their work from the first worksheet. Other memorandums have been included in the set. The activities focus on 30 words and their Synonyms.
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