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‘How are you feeling?’ Inside Out Worksheet
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‘How are you feeling?’ Inside Out Worksheet

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This worksheet gives children the space to communicate their feelings to the adults around them. The worksheet links to the Disney movie Inside Out by including their characters as emotions the children might be feeling. There is space on the worksheet for the children to explain why they are feeling a certain way and an optional tick box to indicate whether they want to discuss this further with an adult.
Number Bonds to 10 Worksheet
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Number Bonds to 10 Worksheet

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This number bonds to 10 worksheet lets children show their knowledge of the number bonds in a range of representations including the part-part-whole model, tens frame and commutative addition number sentences.
Emoji Feelings Chart
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Emoji Feelings Chart

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This emoji feelings chart is great for helping children to recognise how they are feeling by indicating an emoji which best represents their emotions and then giving it a label.
Calming Tools Poster
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Calming Tools Poster

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This calming tools poster outlines different strategies and activities children could do when their emotions are heightened. Examples of strategies include breathing activites, muscle relaxation and sensory tools.
All About The Number Worksheet (blank, 11-99)
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All About The Number Worksheet (blank, 11-99)

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This all about the number worksheet (suitable for numbers 11 to 99) gives children the space to read and write the number, decide whether it is odd or even, find the number on the hundreds square, find one less/more and ten less/more, find what two numbers add together to make the whole, colour in the base ten to show the number, identify how many tens and ones and write it in the extended form.
All About The Number Worksheets (1-10)
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All About The Number Worksheets (1-10)

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These all about the number worksheets (for numbers 1 to 10) give children the space to read and write the number, decide whether it is odd or even, find one less and one more, colour that amount of stars, find the number on a number line and hundreds square, draw dots on a tens frame and find two numbers that add together to make the whole.
Fractions Worksheets (half of objects, shapes and quantities)
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Fractions Worksheets (half of objects, shapes and quantities)

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These worksheets focus on the fraction of a half (1/2). Children have to circle the shape or object that correctly shows a half and explain their answer. Children also have to colour half of the shapes or objects and draw a line on some shapes or objects to display a half. Children also have to draw a circle around half of the quantity and then complete the sentence (e.g. ‘half of 6 is 3’).
British Money ‘I have…’, ‘Who has…’ Game
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British Money ‘I have…’, ‘Who has…’ Game

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For this game cut each sheet to make the four cards. Give each child a card (make sure all the cards are handed out as it will not work otherwise). Choose a child to start who will look at the bottom half of their card and read it aloud (e.g. ‘who has £5’) all of the other children will then look at the top half of their card to see if they have the picture to show the coin or note of the amount that was asked (in this case a £5 note), the child who has this will say ‘I have £5’. This child will then read out the bottom half of their card. Children will continue to do this until they are back at the start.
Counting in twos, fives and tens worksheets
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Counting in twos, fives and tens worksheets

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These worksheets give children the space to count in twos, fives and tens. When counting in twos children have to help Millie find her way through a maze by only stepping on a stone that is a multiple of two. When counting in fives children have to help the pirates get to the treasure by filling in the missing numbers on their journey. Finally, when counting in tens children have to make an ice cream by stacking up the scoops of ice cream in order by counting in tens.
Time Jigsaw Puzzles (half past)
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Time Jigsaw Puzzles (half past)

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This resource lets children practice telling the time to half past the hour. Cut out the jigsaw pieces and them muddle them up. Children must then make the jigsaw puzzles so that the analogue clock, digital clock and the time in words match up.
I have…, who has… maths o’clock card game
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I have…, who has… maths o’clock card game

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This resource allows children to practice reading the time on the clock to the hour. A child at random will start by reading the bottom part of their card (e.g. who has… 7 o’clock?) then the rest of the children will look at the top section of their card to see if their clock shows 7 o’clock, the child who has this card will say ‘I have 7 o’clock’ then they will read the bottom section of their card. Children will continue to do this until they are back to the first child that started the game.