A park themed Pythagorean theorem activity. Use the theorem to calculate the distances between different points on the map. I have included one colour map. one question sheet. one answer sheet. This product was updated on 20th February due to a change made to the answer page.
A Pythagorean theorem review sheet. Scaffolded note at the top of the sheet with 9 problems to be solved. Answers are included. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about the resource. A Pythagoras Park resource is also available: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/pythagorean-theorem-activity-pythagoras-park-12045738]
Worksheet activity: Follow the odd and even number paths through the mazes.
This could be a useful resource for students learning to recall their multiplication tables up to and including 12 x 12. Included are 33 pages (weeks) of 5 sets of 10 multiplication questions. They could be used as a quick starter, for early finishers, homework or however you please!
Enjoy this introduction to coordinates with an autumn theme. Included: An interactive PowerPoint presentation asking students to locate different autumn pictures before the answer is revealed. Three worksheets An autumn game that can be played in pairs, small groups or as a whole class. Each student has a game card (36 colour copies are included which could be laminated for repeated games) and cross or cover autumn pictures as coordinates are called out.
Algebra Review expanding brackets whilst following a treasure trail. Can you solve the algebra (expanding brackets) problems to locate the island and the pirate who has the final clue to find the treasure? You will find included: -One worksheet detailing the ‘Treasure Challenge’. -One worksheet with a map and checklist. -Five worksheets containing ���clues’/expanding brackets problems. -One worksheet containing 4 blank answer cards. (Optional for teacher use) -One worksheet with answers - fold down middle and stick back to back. -One envelope net to hold the answer card. -Two answer sheets.
Enjoy using these worksheets to introduce or consolidate knowledge of coordinates. Students will need to read coordinates to find letters to make missing words (items you can find in a classroom). I included an activity using coordinates in the first quadrant and another using all four quadrants. The answers are the same for both activities. Answer sheets are included.
Change the number words (up to 6 digits) into numbers before fitting them into the number grid.
A fun maths activity to end your term. Solve the multiplication problems to work out the Christmas words. (Multiplication problems up to 10 x 10).
A variety of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division ‘solve and match’ worksheets using up to and including four digits. Students are asked to solve the problems before matching to one of the answers in the middle. There are 16 worksheets altogether (listed below). Answer sheets are also included. Addition of two 2-digit numbers (2 worksheets) Addition of a 3-digit number and a 2-digit number Addition of two 3-digit numbers Addition of a 4-digit number and a 2- or 3-digit number Addition of two 4-digit numbers Subtraction within 100 (2 worksheets) Subtraction of a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number Subtraction of a 3-digit number from another 3-digit number Subtraction from a 4-digit number. Multiplication of 2-, 3- and 4-digit numbers by a 1-digit number (3 worksheets) Division of 2-, 3- and 4-digit numbers by a 1-digit number (2 worksheets).
Enjoy counting to 10 with this interactive whiteboard (PowerPoint) activity. A set of 10 clip cards and follow up worksheets are also included: 2 counting to 10 worksheets 2 greater than/less than/equal to worksheets a counting and bar graph worksheet.
A Halloween worksheet activity. Solve the 2-digit column addition problems before cracking the code and answering the Halloween riddle! This activity includes one worksheet and one answer sheet.
A Halloween Sorting Activity. This activity involves sorting spotty/stripy hats into groups. The worksheet activity can be set according to ability. A great introductory activity is to make hats for the class to wear using black card (the students can decorate with spots, stripes or both). If you use the hats, students could enjoy sorting themselves into ‘life-sized’ diagrams/charts – in the playground, large indoor space. I have used chalk outside in previous lessons. It also makes for a good photograph for displays! Venn, tick/tally and bar chart included.
An introduction to calculating the perimeter and area of different shapes. One worksheet shows the cm squares inside the shapes and one worksheet asks the students to work out the missing lengths before calculating the perimeter and area.