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I'm a student teacher in my second year. A way of making a bit of money to help me with my studies and share the resources I take pride in making and using in my lessons. Thank-you for your time and any purchases you make. Reviews will be greatly appreciated.

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I'm a student teacher in my second year. A way of making a bit of money to help me with my studies and share the resources I take pride in making and using in my lessons. Thank-you for your time and any purchases you make. Reviews will be greatly appreciated.

#### RIGHT ANGLES (KS1) with LESSON PLAN

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A fun and creative activity to make maths engaging. I used this resource for the first lesson on right angles and it was really successful. It engaged and enthused children throughout the lesson with most of them going on to the challenge question. Teach the basics of right angles for the first part of the main. Then introduce your angle eater - model how to cut it out carefully otherwise it won't be a true right angle . have strips of coloured card on each table for them to decorate their angle eater for the first 5-7 minutes. This will engage them in the lesson and they will be enthusiastic as it is something they have personally made so they will be excited to use it in lesson. (Some of my children even wanted to take it home!) The worksheet is simple as it is designed for the first lesson on right angles. The challenge question does enable them to deepen their knowledge and understanding by getting them to really think about how right angles look in order to design their own shape. An excellent lesson package of which I would love to hear your feedback on it!

#### CATCHY 3D SHAPE RHYME: LEARN THOSE NAMES!

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An excellent resource to help children remember and visualise 3D objects' names. My class found this really engaging and by the end of the lesson they could name and give different examples of real life objects with the same 3D shape. Great for all abilities. I made this for a very mixed ability Y2 class and all thoroughly enjoyed and participated in the lesson. I used real life objects 9 matching the ones in the rhyme) and had children hold these objects up in time with the rhyme.

#### WHOLE LESSON PLAN AND INTERACTIVE RESOURCES for 2D SHAPES.

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An exciting and interactive way to learn about shape properties! A lesson package including lesson plan, an interactive powertpoint and an activity sheet. I made these resoures for the second lesson on 2D shapes. I loved teaching it and found it very successful with all children reaching the lesson objective and some going on to the challenge activity. The presentation allows the children to identify their shape when used in real life, in this case architecture of buildings. The children found this highly engaging and were very excited when they could see their shape and had eager hands ready to point out their shape and describe it's properties. The activity, to draw 'shape-bots'(modelled first) excited, engaged and enthused all children and they produced some excellet work. To differentiate, I had written requirements such as how many of each different shape they needed to include, on a piece of paper and put it on each table as a &quot;secret mission&quot;. The lowers worked alongside a TA. The 'secret shape sandwich' game as a plenary was very successful and enabled me to identify misconceptions to recap next lesson such as misunderstanding properties, mixing up shapes etc.

#### PERIMETER (Y3/4)

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An interactive powerpoint and two worksheets for perimeter. Differentiate easily by writing on the measurements of the width and length of the shapes. I took the children outside for the first part of the lesson and they measured the football pen (in small groups) and we collectively worked out the perimeter of it. A perfect opportunity for outdoor learning. The children engaged with this activity which is zoo themed. An extension task idea: for them to work out the possible widths and lengths of a shape when given its total perimeter. All children met the desired outcomes which were to be able to understand what 'perimeter' is/means and how to calculate the perimeter of 2D shapes.

#### 'SAME-AS' FUN, INTERACTIVE ACTIVITY -DOMINOES)

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SAME AS concept. KS1/2 MATHS ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION, DIVISION Whilst this resoure took me a long time to make, I was amazed by how successful it really was when put into practice. The children were so engaged and wanted to work out every sum to then play the domino game. Some children even wanted to come back after their lunch to finish off linking their dominoes. GREAT RESULT! This 'domino' based activity helps children understand the 'same as' concept being that two different sums can give the same answer. Whilst I used this in a Y2 class, you can use it as an investigation activity higher up school. There are three differentiated domino activities (LA, MA, HA). Working in small groups (3-4s) the children must first work out the answers to the sums and then place the two ends of the dominos with the two sums that are the 'same as' each other. If they do this correctly, the dominoes will connect together to make on big rectangle. I first cut out all the dominoes so that there were no sets with missing dominoes and this saved a lot of lesson time. After the children had completed the investivagation, check their answers before they stick them down on an A3 sheet of paper. This can be photocopied onto A4 so each child can have their work stuck in their books. In the middle of the domino rectangle, I asked the children to write what 'same as' meant and also to draw the 'same as' symbol. This checked their understanding of the lesson outcome. This activity can also be used for INVESTIGATION activities. I would love to hear your feedback if you do choose to purchase thi resource and put it into your own practice. :)

#### Working-Out Angles in Regular Polygons

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Year 5 pitched lesson complete with full lesson plan, starter and worksheets. At the start of the lesson, children were unsure of the s of angles in a triangle. By the end, children were able to work out the missing angles of triangles - amazing progress was made and children's reflection comments mostly mentioned how they had fun, enjoyed the lesson and &quot;I usually hate maths but i loved this - I learnt a lot!&quot; Great lesson and an be easily adapted to Y4s as a challenge.