Number and place value bundle

Number and place value bundle

Two place value grids, a title page for number and place value and a worksheet for identifying and representing numbers.
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Never heard the word grid

Never heard the word grid

Grid for children to RAG rate their understanding of words. Useful as a way to assess what vocabulary needs focusing on for a specific topic.
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Commutativity worksheet (8x table)

Commutativity worksheet (8x table)

WALT: Multiply and divide by 8, understanding that multiplication is commutative whereas division is not Suitable for Y3s. Easily differentiated through use of resources (Base 10, cubes etc).
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Click clack moo lesson plan

Click clack moo lesson plan

Lesson plan to go with the book Click Clack Moo (if you haven't read it then do - it's great!). Focus on prediction/repetition. Suitable for Y2-Y3. Ideal for a standalone / interview lesson or to start a unit of work. My class loved reading this book and we ended up learning it off by heart. Easy to follow up by planning and writing the next book using this one as a model.
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Location chart

Location chart

Chart to track where children are. Print out on A3, laminate and stick strips of Velcro on. Stick the other part of the Velcro onto photos/names of the children. When they leave the room they move their photo. I velcroed this onto my classroom door so if I needed to rip it off quickly I could. Great for classes with multiple adults working in them where it can be trickier to keep track of where children are.
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HTO place value grid

HTO place value grid

Hundreds tens and ones place value grid. This grid is split into two rows to encourage children to use different resources to think about the difference between eg the number of tens and the value of the tens column. I have used it and encouraged children to think about which resources they would put in each row to best represent the questions that are being asked (for example, the first row asks 'What is it worth?' and I have encouraged children to use base 10 as this shows the value. The second row asks 'How many are there?' and I have encouraged children to draw blank counters or use cubes to represent the digit in that column). This is best if printed in A3 and then laminated for durability.
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