Contains a presentation for the story of Romulus and Remus (Rome) and 4 worksheets (1 literacy, 3 numeracy). The resource is designed for a group of learners with learning difficulties and I teach it as part of the ICT lesson (worksheets can be easily filled using a computer).
Can you leave a comment please if you download it? (I'm interested specifically what impact these resources have when used with learners with learning difficulties and how can I improve them).
A simple code breaking activity to help the children practise or review some mathematical concepts. The current set up contains multiplication, division and order of operations (up to 50), but it can be easily adapted to meet the needs of your students or to differentiate. I’ve organised the resource to have 4 clues, but you can create more if needed. There are 24 suspects and is easy to change the culprit, because they have unique facial characteristics or accessories. You could change the topic if needed by replacing the numbers in the code with letters, etc. Feedback would be appreciated. Enjoy!