# Maths Unlocked

Resources for Primary Maths. Tasks, planning and activities to ensure excellent teaching and understanding in your classroom.

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Resources for Primary Maths. Tasks, planning and activities to ensure excellent teaching and understanding in your classroom.

#### Place Value Arrow Cards

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Place Value arrow cards, thousands to units

#### Place Value Mastery task

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Puzzle worksheet in which children have to fill in the missing place value patterns. Linked to Mastery and Singapore Maths

#### Differentiated Column addition investigation

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Tasks for a mixed year 3/4 class, differentiated

#### Place Value Board Game

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Place value board game, can be used for all Year 3/4 place value objectives.

#### Designing a theme park using addition

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Children are to design their own theme park, they have a budget and are to add up the costs of the rides they want. They are to use column addition and must not go over budget.

#### Identifying angles and lines investigation

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Using the tube map, children are to identify the angles and lines formed by the different lines.

#### Fraction increase/decrease investigation

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Real life differentiated investigation into the effect of speed cameras. Children are to use fractions and statistics to find whether speed cameras increased or decreased speeding.

#### Year 3/4 Multiplication Pack

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A pack containing various activities for children in year 3 and 4 to practice their times tables. Worked really well with my class and had positive feedback from both children and parents.

#### Perimeter of polygon investigation

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Differentiated investigations into measuring and calculating the perimeter of polygons. Work is open ended and allows for many different ways of working. Shapes for the hardest investigation are also included.

#### Place Value Investigation

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Activity in which children have to identify the numbers of five different number systems, using numbers from our own number system.

#### Time conversion investigation

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Children have different forms of time with Olympic events, they are to put these events in chronological order.