I created these resources for a Year 3 lesson on London Landmarks. This was part of a larger unit of work on British Landmarks. The children had to research facts about various London landmarks, completing a table and answering questions. I provided each table with a range of books and information sheets (not included) about London Landmarks. They also had access to laptops to aid them with their research.
In this pack, you will find the differentiated tables for children to complete using their research. I have also included the questions for each ability group. The SEN and lowest ability children have got sentence starters to help them write about what they found. I have also included a sheet I used with an EAL child, on which they had to match the images of London landmarks to their names.
The children enjoyed finding out about different London landmarks and were telling me facts for weeks. I hope this pack can be useful to you too. =)
Sheets to help you easily make 10 sets of 0-9 number cards. I would recommend laminating for repeated use. Number cards are useful for all sorts of maths activities. They are a good way to generate different numbers for calculations. They are also useful in problem solving activities where children have to find all the possible numbers that can be made from different digits.
These Maths activities were created for a problem solving lesson. They are based on similar questions found in SATs papers. The pack includes 5 differentiated activities which involve the children selecting number cards and rearranging them to create different numbers. They must use logic and reasoning skills and show an understanding of place value. I was very happy with this lesson and the children enjoyed it too. =)
This Maths pack includes a range of data investigations for different ability groups. This is a great Statistics lesson. Each group of children is given a question to answer. They will think about how they can collect and record their data before presenting it in different ways using bar charts, pictograms, line graphs etc. The questions are included as well as explanations of each activity. I have also included tally chart templates for the lower ability groups.
I was recently tasked with delivering a staff meeting about good practice when teaching Maths. It went down quite well with the other staff at my school so thought I'd upload my accompanying SMART on here. I covered concepts such as challenge, reasoning, real-life and practical opportunities etc. I was also able to point people in the direction of useful documents to aid with the planning and delivery of Maths, especially in relation to achieving greater depth.
There is more on this in my blog post: http://www.missbritton.co.uk/tips-for-teaching-maths/
This bundle contains:
A Doubling and Halving Board Game
Doubles and Halves Word Problems
Doubling and Halving Function Machines
Doubling and Halving Vocabulary
Doubling and Halving Word Problem Booklet
This booklet has been designed to give parents a better understanding of the Maths objectives their Year 3 child should be working towards.
Within this document, you will find:
Introduction to Maths in Year 3
Year 3 Maths Objectives Checklist
Place Value Chart
This resource is to be printed double sided and laminated.
One side explains the place value of different digits in a number and how to multiply and divide my 10, 100 and 1000.
The other side is a blank place value chart that can be written on with a white-board pen to help children with various calculations.
This worksheet could be used in a variety of lessons. We used it as part of our topic on the 'Local Area'. We wanted to know what different religions were in our community so we started with our class/school. Children used this tally chart to collect data about the different religions in each class. They could then draw a conclusion about the religions in our school.