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Hello all! I'm Jinky, a primary maths teacher and Maths Academic Coordinator at Beaconhouse Yamsaard Rangsit, Thailand. One of my joy is to find time to take photos of anything I think interesting. If I am not chasing cats or taking photos, I am busy with putting pieces together and come up with colourful banners, borders for paper, numbers and alphabet. I am offering discounts for my resources from time to time. So, please check out my page. 'Thank you' for stopping by.

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Hello all! I'm Jinky, a primary maths teacher and Maths Academic Coordinator at Beaconhouse Yamsaard Rangsit, Thailand. One of my joy is to find time to take photos of anything I think interesting. If I am not chasing cats or taking photos, I am busy with putting pieces together and come up with colourful banners, borders for paper, numbers and alphabet. I am offering discounts for my resources from time to time. So, please check out my page. 'Thank you' for stopping by.
KS2 Arranging fractions with unlike denominators
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KS2 Arranging fractions with unlike denominators

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Arranging fractions in ascending and descending order with different denominators requires a little more work. This worksheet is to illustrate how you to turn unlike denominators into like denominators. Great to use as quiz or revision sheet. Have fun!
KS2 Nets of Solids
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KS2 Nets of Solids

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An introduction lesson to Geometry 3-D Shapes and nets of solids. This presentation is will help your pupils to learn about 3D shapes and discover some of the mathematical properties of shapes. You may ask your pupils to create 3D shapes out of a paper. Through simple crafts, children can understand the connection between 2D shapes such as squares or triangles and geometric solids like cubes, pyramids or cylinders. It is a fun task! Ask them to be ready with their ruler, a pair of compasses. Hope you find this useful.
KS2 Perimeter of Different Shapes
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KS2 Perimeter of Different Shapes

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A printable perimeter worksheets. Pupils add the lengths of the sides on each polygon to determine the perimeter of the shape. Various shapes and units of measurement are used. You may ask your pupils to colour it . Once finished, you may use this worksheet as a classroom display. Hope you find this useful.
Relationships Between Units of Volume and Capacity
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Relationships Between Units of Volume and Capacity

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Teaching students the difference between a pint and quart may be challenging. From something as small as a matchbox to something as large as a swimming pool. An object's volume can be gauged through various units. Litres and cubic centimetres are two different ways of measuring volume. Students need to memorise some simple formulas to perform the task. This presentation is great to teach your pupils how to convert units of volume and capacity. Hope you find it useful.
Ks2 Find the Unknown Edge of Cuboids (Volume)
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Ks2 Find the Unknown Edge of Cuboids (Volume)

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Worksheet to calculate the missing length, breadth or height of cuboids followed by word problems. This is a good introduction or practise for your pupils on how to think back and be able to reverse the formula of the volume of cuboids. It also includes the conversion of units. Hope you find it useful.
KS3 Circumference of a Circle
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KS3 Circumference of a Circle

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A clear introduction lesson about finding the diameter, radius and circumference of a circle followed by few examples for game and class discussion. This can be used a teacher aid, game, quiz or as a revision. Hope you find this useful.
KS2 Games and Puzzles
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KS2 Games and Puzzles

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Logic games are an important part of a complete maths programme for students. Develop problem solving skills, practice creative thinking, and give your children brain a workout. Test their memory and their maths skills all in one game! Have fun!
KS2 Introduction to Area of Triangles
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KS2 Introduction to Area of Triangles

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A clear introduction lesson about how to find the area of a triangle followed by a few examples. This can be used a teacher aid, game, quiz or as a revision. Hope you find this useful.
Year 4 - Ordering Fractions (Worksheet)
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Year 4 - Ordering Fractions (Worksheet)

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Worksheet to practise the concept of arranging fractions (with same numerator and denominator) in ascending or descending order. You may assign this as a classroom controlled practise or homework.
KS2 Introduction to Volume of Cuboid
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KS2 Introduction to Volume of Cuboid

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Counting blocks can be tough for some children. I have used wooden blocks in the class to have a practical demonstration for them to grasp the concept. This follow up presentation is a gem for simple clear explanations on how find the volume of a cuboid. As a primary teacher, I usually create a colourful visual stimulation presentation to grab their attention. I add colours to make the demonstration more interesting yet informative. I have included few examples with the correct answers. Hope you find this helpful.
Maths Display Boards
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Maths Display Boards

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Maths classroom decoration ideas to use as teaching materials or as poster boards. Also, they're brilliant ways to encourage and celebrate pupils progress in the class by putting their work on display. Hope you find them useful.
KS2 (7-11 year olds) Quiz (Area and Perimeter)
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KS2 (7-11 year olds) Quiz (Area and Perimeter)

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General 'Area and Perimeter'&' quiz which includes measuring area, measuring the area of a rectangle and solving word problems involving area. This quiz is to use as an aid to see if pupils have understood the concept of &';Area and Perimeter'. Hope you find it useful.