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I am an Irish trained primary school teacher but I am currently working in the Middle East in a British School.

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I am an Irish trained primary school teacher but I am currently working in the Middle East in a British School.

This resources is a Shakespeare themed Math Murder Mystery. Students must work through the 6 pages of questions in order to narrow down their search for the murder. This resources can be done individually, in groups or in pairs. It is suitable for Year/Grade 6-7 students.
The product includes a certificate for the students when they finish.
All answers are provided for teachers.
Eight key concepts tested:
-long division
-long multiplication
-percentages
-algebra
-adding
-subtracting
-rounding
-area

This resource contains a presentation explaining how to read the time to the nearest hour on an analogue clock.
It also contains an exercise with pictures of clocks to the nearest hour. Students must write underneath what time they think it is. This lesson is suited for a Year 1/ Grade 1 class or as a revision lesson for higher grades.
I hope you enjoy this resource. Please rate it, I would love the feedback.

This is an Ancient Egyptian themed math murder mystery. Tutankhamen has been murdered! Students must solve the questions in the 3 rounds to receive clues from their teacher.
There are 3 rounds of questions covering
-Addition
-Subtraction
-Multiplication
-Division.
The questions are geared to a Grade 3/4 (Year 4/5) class. The children are given clues written in hieroglyphics which they must decode in order to find our who the murder was, where the murder took place and what the murder used.
The PDF contains all resources needed as well as the answers to all 34 questions.
My class absolutely loved doing this and I hope your class will too!

These are number cards which can be used to show place value up to 900 or for helping students understand expanded methods for sums.

This resource contains 12 Christmas themed story problems. It is aimed at students in Year 4-5 (or American Grade 3-4) depending on your class’s ability.
Students must have prior knowledge of the 4 operations
-Addition
-Subtraction
-Multiplication
-Division
There are some single step problem and some multiple step problems. Space is provided for the students to show their working out. Answers are provided for teachers.
The worksheet is saved as a PDF.

This is a fun filled resource that will have your class excited to do math! Leprechaun gold has been stolen, the leprechauns are afraid it will be used for bad deeds! Your students must solve the math questions in order to find clues to who committed the crime. All answers are included for teachers.
There are 5 pages of clues.
Clue 1 - Perimeter of rectangles
Clue 2 - Place Value
Clue 3 - Addition and subtraction
Clue 4 - Multiplication
Clue 5 - Division
Once students have solved the math mystery, they are given a writing exercise. There are two options. They can either write a newspaper article about the arrest of the thief and return of the gold; or write a story outlining how they caught the thief!
Finally, a certificate is included for all those who solve the mystery.

This is a fun filled resource that will have your class excited to do math! The Easter Bunny has been kidnapped! Without him who will deliver the Easter Eggs? Your students must solve the math questions in order to find clues to who committed the crime. All answers are included for teachers.
There are 5 pages of clues.
Clue 1 - Equivalent Fractions
Clue 2 - Place Value
Clue 3 - Addition and subtraction
Clue 4 - Multiplication
Clue 5 - Division
Once students have solved the math mystery, they are given a writing exercise. There are two options. They can either write a newspaper article about the arrest of the kidnapper; or write a story outlining how they caught the kidnapper!
Finally, a certificate is included for all those who solve the mystery.

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Get 47% off these math resources by buying them as a bundle!!
This bundle includes resources for measurement, area/perimeter, word problems and angles and a fantastically fun math mystery. All resources are appropriate for Year 4 and 5.

This is a presentation using the angle family; Mr Obtuse, Mrs. Right, Baby Acute and Reflex Rex! It is a fun way to help students remember the different types of angles. The last slide contains a quick review of what they learned. The worksheet contains 6 different angles. The children must first name the angles. Then, estimate their size and finally measure them using a protractor. I would recommend using these resources with Year 4 or Year 5.

This is resource contains an exercise that gets the children to practice using a ruler; as well as a presentation on converting units of measure.
The worksheet asks students to measure the lines with their rulers. They then must convert from cm to mm. As an extension at the end, they are required to draw their own lines based on a length given in centimetres.
The presentation goes through how to convert from mm to cm, and from cm to m. There are exercised along the way to get the children practicing.
This lesson is suited for a Year 4 class or could be used for revision with Year 5.
The answers to the lengths are also included.

This Viking Quest is designed to be a cross-curricular link between humanities and maths. There are 30 word problems for the students to solve, covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
There are 3 rounds of questions which they must solve. Once they solve the questions they are given clues written in runes. They must solve these clues in order to stop a Viking attack on the Anglo-Saxons. All answers are provided as well as teacher instructions.
Children can work independently or as part of a group.
The questions are suited to a Year 4 or 5 class.
My class absolutely love these puzzle and I hope your class will enjoy it too.
I would love your feedback on this resource so please rate it!

This resource is to help practice area and perimeter of rectangles, squares and compound shapes.
There are 2 posters on how to find area and perimeter and 3 worksheets which are differentiated.
The LA worksheet is an exercise to find the perimeter and area of different rectangles, where the length of the sides are already given.
The MA worksheet requires students to first measure the sides and then use this to find the area and perimeter.
The HA worksheet requires students to find the area of compounds shapes. They first have to find the length of the missing sides.

This resources contains 25 math story problems aimed at a Year 2 or Year 3 class. The problems include subtraction, addition, some basic multiplication, some basic division and multiple step problems.
It can be given to the students as a test or as task cards.
The resources is in PDF form.

This resource contains 25+ png clipart images. There are 4 characters each in 5 different poses. It also contains two seperate folders with miscellaneous images.
The pictures can be used to jazz up worksheets and presentations.
Pictures can be used when creating resources for personal use and also when creating resources for commercial use.
If being used for commercial use, credit in the form of a link to my TES shop is required.

This resources covers pictograms, bar charts and tally marks it is suited for a Year 2-4 class depending on the ability levels of your students.
It contains different exercises creating bar charts, converting tally marks to numbers and answering questions based on bar charts and pictiograms.
I hope this resources is useful for you.

This is a collection of word problems aimed at students in Year 4-6. (High ability group for Year 4).
There are eight quizzes included each with five questions. All answers are included. The quizzes cover different strands.
The topics covered are as follows:
Fractions of money
Fractions of amounts
Time problems
Money money problems
Perimeter and area
Subtraction and addition multiple step problems
Ordering fractions and decimals
The questions vary in difficult but are sure to keep the class busy.
I find these questions especially good as an extension, a pop quiz, EMA activity or to use one or two at the beginning or end of a lesson.

This resource is a math mystery where students must solve sums in order to get clues to solve the crime. The resource is aimed at Year 6-7 students. It includes multiplication, division, percentages, area, rounding, addition, subtraction and some basic algebra. It can be done individually or in groups. There are 6 pages of sums for the students to complete.

These borders have been designed to use when making teaching resources.
There are 40 borders to choose from!
They have been saved as PNG images and just need to be copied and pasted into your document.
Best of all you can use them for personal and commercial purposes. Just remember to credit my page by adding the link to my shop at the end your resources.
I hope you like them!

Bundle

Included:
20 area and perimeter task cards (with answers)
3 differentiated sheets where students must find the area of the shapes given.
3 differentiated sheets where students must use their knowledge of area and perimeter to fill in a table.

This is an exercise for finding the volume of cubes and cuboids. The exercise is designed for students in a year/grade 6 class of medium to high ability. Included is a volume poster and 3 different differentiated exercises.
The objective for the worksheets are as follows:
-Can I find the volume of a cube or cuboid?
-Can I use my knowledge of volume to find the measure of the missing side?
-Can I use my knowledge of volume to solve these word problems?
For each ability group (MA and HA) there are 18 questions spread over 5 pages.
This includes 6 word problems which vary in difficulty and require prior knowledge of long multiplication, division and there is also a fraction question included for the HA group.
The middle ability group can be identified by the 2 stars on the bottom of the page. The high ability group has 3 stars on the bottom of the page.
All answers are included for teachers.
I hope you find the resources useful.