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Miss Hodges

I'm a Floridian, currently based in the UK! I am a RQT and teach Year 4. I love creating charts for my working walls for the core subject areas. I aim to teach like I am being observed everyday, so you can be sure to find some games and engaging activities sprinkled throughout my store! I joined TES in January 2017, so I would appreciate any feedback on my products! :)

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I'm a Floridian, currently based in the UK! I am a RQT and teach Year 4. I love creating charts for my working walls for the core subject areas. I aim to teach like I am being observed everyday, so you can be sure to find some games and engaging activities sprinkled throughout my store! I joined TES in January 2017, so I would appreciate any feedback on my products! :)
Decimal Puzzles: Tenths and Hundredths Equivalencies
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Decimal Puzzles: Tenths and Hundredths Equivalencies

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Specifically aimed at Year 4 children *Three different types of decimal place value puzzles *These puzzles are designed to help lower achieving and middle achieving children VISUALISE equivalencies between tenths and hundredths *Also reinforces place value order up to 2 places *Each type of puzzle comes with 5 sets of 7
Related Facts, Inverse Operations for 2x-12x
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Related Facts, Inverse Operations for 2x-12x

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This bundle is ONLY my related facts and inverse operation sheets, from the multiplication packets I sell. There is a sheet for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 times tables. These sheets are perfect if you are looking for extra practice, or a sheet to be used for a quiz or test. I realise the packets are not friendly for all year groups, but these are printable that are suitable for many children understanding inverse relationships and writing fact families! Some of the fact triangles and related facts can even bridge understanding to halving and doubling numbers! For example, if children know 10 and 3 make 30, then they can derive 20 and 3 make 60! Some of the triangles reflect this challenge for the lower times tables to make it KS2 appropriate. The sample in the preview is the format of each page.
Ultimate Times Tables Bundle
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Ultimate Times Tables Bundle

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This includes all my times tables packets: -5x -6x -7x -8x -9x -10x -11x -12x Also includes: -Mixed practice sheets for 2x-12x -Multiples and missing number sheets 2x-12x -Related facts, inverse operations sheets 2x-12x -Patterns and steps sheet for 2x-12x -Factor pairs for 5x-12x Individually, these products add up to £25.00
Decimals: Visual Representation Cards / Graphics
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Decimals: Visual Representation Cards / Graphics

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This resource is a zip file containing two parts: *A PDF file of decimal visual representations from 0.01 - 1.00 *An editable PPT file of the same decimal visual representations - Both the PDF and PPT are 72 pages in length _ _ _ _ This past year, I failed to find a comprehensive resource that I could copy/paste from to create my own decimal resources for my children! I created this so that I would never have that trouble again. Each slide/page can be printed, trimmed and laminated to create decimal cards for centers (PDF recommended) , OR you can copy/paste the visuals directly onto your own working documents using the Powerpoint file.
FREE Decimal 3 Part Matching Puzzles (set of 10)
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FREE Decimal 3 Part Matching Puzzles (set of 10)

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Try before you buy! 10 three-part puzzles Decimal Puzzles require children to match : *written place value instructions (left piece) *decimal as a number (middle piece) *1-2 digit decimal represented as a picture (right piece) In my shop, you can purchase 5 sets of these puzzles all together! ____ I created these puzzles as a way to consolidate my Year 4 children's understanding of decimals. Before this, the children made a connection to 0.6 and 0.60 through shading amounts on a 100 square grid. However, I believe they still need strong visuals to remember the difference between hundredths and tenths (ex. 0.2 and 0.02). Likewise, the first piece on the left gives them instructions about where digits go to help them become fluent with place value order.
5 Times Tables Packet
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5 Times Tables Packet

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Practice packet includes 5 different pages that focus on a variety of skills using times tables. This is aimed at year 4 children, but parts of the packet can be used in year 3, 5 and 6! Perfect for filling in 15 minutes of calculation time Helps children practice the times tables in different contexts: *Place value (deriving related facts) *Inverse relationships (fact family triangles) *Factor pairs / divisibility relationships Page 1: Mixed Practice Out of order multiplication and division Page 2: Factor Pairs Given a product in the times tables, children have to write the factor pair. Page 3: Missing Number Patterns Number pattern in the times tables Negative number pattern 2 three-digit number patterns 2 four-digit number patterns Page 4: Missing Number and Multiples Two columns for children to work on quick recall of the multiples One column of missing number problems ( 5 x ___ = 35) Page 5: Inverse Operations and Related Facts Four groups of related facts using place value Six fact family triangles for children to write 4 related facts
10 Times Table Packet
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10 Times Table Packet

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Practice packet includes 5 different pages that focus on a variety of skills using times tables. This is aimed at year 4 children, but parts of the packet can be used in year 3, 5 and 6! Perfect for filling in 15 minutes of calculation time Helps children practice the times tables in different contexts: *Place value (deriving related facts) *Inverse relationships (fact family triangles) *Factor pairs / divisibility relationships Page 1: Mixed Practice Out of order multiplication and division Page 2: Factor Pairs Given a product in the times tables, children have to write the factor pair for 10, 5 and 2. Page 3: Missing Number Patterns Number pattern in the times tables Negative number pattern 2 three-digit number patterns 2 four-digit number patterns Page 4: Missing Number and Multiples Two columns for children to work on quick recall of the multiples One column of missing number problems ( 10 x ___ = 110) Page 5: Inverse Operations and Related Facts Four groups of related facts using place value Six fact family triangles for children to write 4 related facts
EMOJI Dialogue: Tier 2 Words (UK and USA)
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EMOJI Dialogue: Tier 2 Words (UK and USA)

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Looking for a way to expand your children's vocabulary for dialogue (reported clauses/dialogue tags)? Help them grow their vocabulary of Tier 2 words AND up level their writing with emojis! Have your child think about how their character is feeling, and then scan the emoji list to see if they can up find a more specific, or improved word. Includes: *Double-sided emoji mats: UK mat with explanation (reported clause) UK mat without explanation USA mat with explanation (dialogue tag) USA mat without explanation (Each mat has 12 emojis with 5 words for each feeling) *12 Emoji posters for each emoji, feeling and list of words. Can print A4 size
Patterns and Steps Sheets for 2x-12x
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Patterns and Steps Sheets for 2x-12x

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This bundle is ONLY my patterns and steps sheets, from the multiplication packets I sell. The current sheets in the bundle are for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 times tables. Each sheet includes: *2 digit number line *Negative number line *Two 3-digit number lines *Two 4-digit number lines Download my 6 times tables pack for free to sample this sheet.
Basic Height Conversion Activity
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Basic Height Conversion Activity

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Instructions come included in a powerpoint, where it also outlines the order of the files. This resource is aimed at Year 3 children who are beginning to learn about conversions in measurement, specifically focusing on height and 1 metre = 100 cm. This resource does NOT include how to deliver your input to students, it is the activity that would follow along your input. *Egg clip art credit to Creative Clips Clipart by Krista Wallden www.teacherspayteachers.com/Krista-Wallden
Year 3 Spellings Games: Race to the Top
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Year 3 Spellings Games: Race to the Top

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*This is a pack of THREE spelling games. Both are 'Race to the Top' themed Game 1: Spelling plural endings Game 2: Spelling contractions, -ture and -sure words Game 3: Words that end in -le ***************************************************************************** (Aimed at Year 3 spelling objectives from Appendix A in the 2014 National Curriculum) Have your children engage in spelling practice with Race to the Top! Race to the Top is a simple dice game between pairs. Player 1 rolls the dice, finds the corresponding column and starts at the bottom of the column. They must spell the word correctly on their paper/whiteboard and if necessary, use the spelling rule correctly. After that, they cover the box with a counter or mark it with a whiteboard pen. Partner 2 rolls the dice and does the same. If Player 2 rolls the same column, they proceed to the second box. The winner is the first player that gets to the 'top' of any column. *Dice clip art credit to Creative Clips Clipart by Krista Wallden www.teacherspayteachers.com/Krista-Wallden
3 Piece Puzzle - Time in words, 12 hour, 24 hour and analogue clock
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3 Piece Puzzle - Time in words, 12 hour, 24 hour and analogue clock

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Each file is an image of a three piece puzzle with one piece: time in words one piece: analogue one piece: 12 and 24 hour times Includes: Ten to 2 20 past 1 20 to 3 5 to 3 Quarter past 12 12 o'clock Quarter to 12 5 past 11 Half past 8 10 past 8 25 past 9 25 to 7 *Puzzle piece clip art credit to Creative Clips Clipart by Krista Wallden www.teacherspayteachers.com/Krista-Wallden
Year 3-4 2D Shape Properties - Hedbandz Game
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Year 3-4 2D Shape Properties - Hedbandz Game

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***If you have previously bought this product before update, please personal message me with proof of purchase for a free copy of this version. *** This pack comes with all materials and instructions on how to successfully deliver this Hedbandz game. The 15 shapes included are: Pentagon Hexagon Octagon Oval Circle Rectangle Square Parallelogram Trapezium Rhombus Semi-Circle Triangle Irregular Hexagon Irregular Pentagon Irregular Octagon *Depending on feedback and popularity, this may expand to include another set of shapes based on request. To see if Hedbandz is an activity you'd like to use in your classroom, please follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpMke-Y-KFk
12 Times Tables Packet
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12 Times Tables Packet

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Practice packet includes 5 different pages that focus on a variety of skills using times tables. This is aimed at year 4 children, but parts of the packet can be used in year 3, 5 and 6! Perfect for filling in 15 minutes of calculation time Helps children practice the times tables in different contexts: *Place value (deriving related facts) *Inverse relationships (fact family triangles) *Factor pairs / divisibility relationships Page 1: Mixed Practice Out of order multiplication and division Page 2: Factor Pairs Given a product in the times tables, children have to write the factor pair. This sheet gives children opportunity to find factors of 12, 6, 4, 3 and 2 Page 3: Missing Number Patterns Number pattern in the times tables Negative number pattern 2 three-digit number patterns 2 four-digit number patterns Page 4: Missing Number and Multiples Two columns for children to work on quick recall of the multiples One column of missing number problems ( ex. 12 x ___ = 132 ) Page 5: Inverse Operations and Related Facts Four groups of related facts using place value Six fact family triangles for children to write 4 related facts
Partial Products: Academic Notebook Visuals and Response Prompts
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Partial Products: Academic Notebook Visuals and Response Prompts

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This resource includes a variety of prompts to help your students make connections to an area model, and visuals to support their thinking. It can be used as an introductory activity, an informal assessment, an independent activity, a small group activity, and in a progression. Pages 3-6: Provides 4 area model visuals using place value tiles and asks the question, “How does this model show repeated addition?” Pages 7-10: Provides the same 4 area model visuals using place value tiles and asks the question, “How is this like an array?” Pages 11-14: Provides the same 4 area model visuals using place value tiles and asks the question, “What do I see? What do I wonder What am I learning?” Page 15-18: Provides the same 4 area model visuals using place value tiles for schools that use Thinking Maps curriculum (circle map). Pages 19-23 *More supported: Provides an equation, some of the area model visual and a grid to give children the chance to finish drawing an area model. Children can respond under their drawing with a written response about their drawing. (See thumbnail for sample) Pages 24-28 *Less supported: Provides an equation, some of the area model visual and an empty table to give children the chance to finish drawing an area model. Children can respond under their drawing with a written response about their drawing. (See thumbnail for sample) Page 29 A blank model for the teacher or students to create their own equation and area model drawing. The children can respond under their drawing with a written response.
Decimal Matching Puzzles (5 sets of 10)
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Decimal Matching Puzzles (5 sets of 10)

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Try before you buy: download my free sample of decimal puzzles in my shop now! 5 sets of 10 three-part puzzles (yellow, blue, green, red and pink) Decimal Puzzles require children to match : *written place value instructions (left piece) *decimal as a number (middle piece) *1-2 digit decimal represented as a picture (right piece) ____ I created these puzzles as a way to consolidate my Year 4 children's understanding of decimals. Before this, the children made a connection to 0.6 and 0.60 through shading amounts on a 100 square grid. However, I believe they still need strong visuals to remember the difference between hundredths and tenths (ex. 0.2 and 0.02). Likewise, the first piece on the left gives them instructions about where digits go to help them become fluent with place value order.