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Propeller makes meeting National Curriculum objectives easy and provides teachers with fun and engaging learning activities for Primary Schools.

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Propeller makes meeting National Curriculum objectives easy and provides teachers with fun and engaging learning activities for Primary Schools.

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#### Multiplication Target Boards

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Can you find the ‘Target Number’? Or make your own Target Board? This download features a Target Board with numbers and questions related to the 2x table, as well as a blank template target board so you can adapt it to any of the times tables, or the needs of your class. The template PDF can be edited online, or by printing it out and writing your own numbers and questions in. This ZIP file contains: 1 x Example 2x Table Target Board with Questions 1 x Target Board Template (Blank)

#### Part-Part-Whole

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Four super easy to understand and use templates to help you teach the part-part-whole method. Perfect for explaining how the method works to primary students.

#### Models and Images for 2x Tables

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Introduce the 2x table with this A3 Models and Images poster showing real-life examples of the 2x table. Use this resource as a classroom poster and ask children if they can think of any more examples, or use it as a base to ask students to encourage the 3x, 4x, 5x etc. tables.

#### Factors, Primes and Multiples (Games, Posters and Activities)

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Learn about and play with Factors, Primes and Multiples with these handy posters and games. The concepts can be explored with arrays, cuisenaire rods, and quick paced fun games. This ZIP folder contains four PDFs. Factor Fifty game PDF encourages students to think of the factors for numbers up to 50. With a 1-50 grid, students must pick a number to cover with their counter, and then must cover all the factors of tha tnumber that they can think of, too. Factor Challenge PDF can be adapted for any age group by picking any 10 consecutive numbers to consider the factors for. Before playing, students could make assumptions as to which number would have the most/least factors etc. They can then play collaboratively or competitively. Factors, Multiples and Primes PDF poster helps to break down the difference between the three concepts, with some visuals to help students picture them. Students can replicate the graphics using grids, arrays, and cuisenaire rods. Factors PDF poster clarifies the differences between factors and multiples in a colourful poster, ideal for printing and sharing round the class, or pinning on a display.

#### Theme Park Tycoon

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A great activity to test several areas of Maths including adding and subtraction, multiplication and division. Students have to create a theme park or other attraction and work out their costs, ticket prices and profit Enough to fill up a whole lesson!

#### Multiplication Games

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Master Multiplication with these Multiplication based games. Every game can be adapted for any year group years 1- 6 depending on the numbers chosen to play with. The ZIP folder contains the following games: Beat the Square game PDF Race to Arrays game PDF Hit the Target game PDF Multiplication League game PDF

#### Working out Number Lines

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3 different number lines worksheets - one counting from 1-10, one with no numbers but graduated and one blank. Perfect for plotting number sequences and patterns, or learning to count!

#### Multiplication Mastery Board

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Challenge your students to show off their knowledge of the times tables with this Multiplication Mastery Board. You, or the student, picks a calculation and must fill in the boxes with that calculation in mind. They must: Record the calculation as a repeated addition Show the calculation in equal groups Create the array, and Tell a story about it This template can be used for any of the times tables, so is suitable for use across the school.

#### Amazing Arrays

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See and use these ‘Amazing Arrays’ to help your class visualise and master their times tables. Arrays are all around us, so this ZIP folder of Amazing Arrays includes a ‘Real Life Arrays’ poster for you to display in your classroom, and a ‘Tower Block Arrays’ activity to get your class thinking. You can also use the Real Life Arrays poster as a starting point for an activity - can you class find other real life examples of arrays of a specific times table? The ZIP file contains: Real Life Arrays poster PDF Tower Block Arrays poster/activity PDF

#### 0-9 Playing Cards

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Quickly and easily create your own playing cards for the classroom. Numbers can be cut out and used to practice addition, subtraction, division and multiplication - particularly great for primary maths classes!

#### What is the question?

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A great lesson starter - simply write in the answer to a question and ask your class - What is the Question? Particularly useful in Maths for finding different ways of reaching a number.

#### History Events: Iceberg Analysis

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A simple worksheet designed for use in History to enable students to describe the activities that were on the surface, and those which were less seen but had an effect on the main event.

#### Number of the Day!

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A great resource for a warm up activity. Simply pick a number with your class, and get them to work out all of the puzzles with that number! For example, you will have to square that number, divide that number by three, double that number and find a multiple of that number. This set is also great for cutting up and sharing around the class, or for picking and choosing what topics you'd like to focus on today.

#### Mastery Questions for Multiplication

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Always, sometimes, never? What do you notice? What is the same, what is different? Master Multiplication with these questions and activities on handy downloadable posters. This ZIP folder contains three A3 sized posters for your classroom, showcasing the use of ‘Always, Sometimes, Never?’, ‘What do you notice?’, and ‘What is the same, what is different?’ when covering multiplication. These colourful posters can be displayed in your classroom for reference to when covering various times tables, or can be used as a lesson starter to get students’ minds thinking about how multiplication works. Use these posters as a starting point to get children to create their own versions. For example, “Using the 7x table, can you make me a poster of statements to which we can answer ‘always’, ‘sometimes’, or ‘never’ to?”

#### KS1 Games to Master Multiplication (10 Games + 10 Templates)

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Master Multiplication with this short e-book of games, worksheets and templates designed with KS1 Multiplication National Curriculum objectives in mind. We’ve compiled 10 of our favourite games for tackling the times tables, as well as 10 blank template versions that you can use to tailor the games to your class or child and their level of ability. When you purchase this KS1 Games to Master Multiplication e-book you’ll receive a PDF containing: 10 x Curriculum Compliant Multiplication Games and Activities 10 x Multiplication Game and Activity templates

#### KS2 Games to Master Multiplication (10 Games + 10 Templates)

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Master Multiplication with this short e-book of worksheets and templates designed with KS1 Multiplication National Curriculum objectives in mind. We’ve compiled 10 of our favourite games for tackling the times tables, as well as 10 blank template versions that you can use to tailor the games to your class or child and their level of ability. When you purchase this KS1 Games to Master Multiplication e-book you’ll receive a PDF containing: 10 x Curriculum Compliant Multiplication Games and Activities 10 x Multiplication Game and Activity templates

#### Key to Success

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A great and simple tool for delving deeper into a subject to find the KEY to succeeding!

#### We Love Maths!

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A lovely display piece for your maths classroom, reminding everyone they are learning to be mathematicians.

#### Poem Shapes

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A great and creative way to engage students in poetry. Write poems to fit in the shapes, and then they can be coloured in afterwards. Shapes include trees, rainbows, snowflakes, flowers and fruits!

#### 60 Minute Clock

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This worksheet is a colourful and engaging way to learn the points of a clock! Perfect for use with early years and primary maths.