An investigation looking at using trial and error to find all possible solutions. Suitable for Year 5 and 6 and great fun. Children can be encouraged to draw out different solutions to the problem. Several slides with extension activities on. Slides can be printed to allow children who work at a faster pace to progress.
A Who Wants to be a Millionaire style quiz including converting between hours and minutes, writing times in different ways and solving problems involving counting forward and backward in time. Useful for assessment and contains answers.
A Powerpoint to teach using brackets to Year 5 and 6, with answers. Including slides on how to input correctly into a calculator when using brackets. Complete with a true or false activity at the end for children to apply the skills.
A set of sentences with either whose or who's missing for children to identify which homophone is correct. Can be easily shrunk to make a worksheet or made into cards for a spinner/dice activity. Can also be used as a whole class activity form an interactive whiteboard.
A set of words which can be paired together with a hyphen to make a new word. Can be printed out to make a match up game or used on an interactive whiteboard to show the children one of the pair of words and get them to decide on a word which could pair with it to make a hyphenated word.
A Powerpoint activity to teach converting between analogue and digital time, with answers. Moving on to slides showing how to write times in different ways and how to use a number line to calculate durations of time. With some questions at the end for an activity to prove understanding.
A Powerpoint to teach the rules for using apostrophes to show singular and plural possession. Complete with an activity on the end for the children to demarcate sentences to show singular and plural possession.