# MrsMillerMath's Shop

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Trying to bring as much fun into the maths classroom!

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Trying to bring as much fun into the maths classroom!

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#### Fractions of a quantity Bingo

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Bingo rules as normal, but with a twist! Find the fraction of the quantity to cross off your number.

#### Volume conversion Tarsia

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Volume conversion tarsia for ml, cm3, l.

#### Multiplication bracelets

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Multiplication bracelets 1-12 as aid for children who struggle with mutliplications

#### Relay

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Relay for 1st year &quot;Block B&quot; Topics: Decimals, Length and Area, More Calculations, Circle 1, Volume and Surface Area, Fractions 1, Bearings.

#### Prime number investigation

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Using the 1-100 grid, the children have to identify which numbers are prime and which are not. they simply cross off the number if it is not prime.

#### Unit2 Nat5 Maths

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Mixed treasure hunt for Unit2 National5 CfE

#### Nat5 Treasure hunt

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Mixed questions treasure hunt for National5 CfE

#### Fractions bundle

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A bundle of useful fractions resources to get your lessons active and get your pupils engaged!

#### Special numbers bundle

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A mixture of special numbers resources to engage your pupils in active learning.

#### Vector journey treasure hunt

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Treasure hunt loop for vector journeys in terms of a and b. Nat5 CfE

#### Averages powerpoint lesson

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Averages lesson for low 2nd level CfE.

#### Mathematically pictionary

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Just like Pictionary only using mathematical vobulary.

#### BOMDAS game

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Practice for order of operations. Using the operations (add, subtract, multiply, divide) with the numbers 1,2,3,4 once to make calculations with solutions 0-10.

#### Significant Figures Relay

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Either use the questions as a bank of resources or use them as a relay for your students to race each other till the end, which group will finish first?

#### Fraction Dice

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Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions game You will need either 2 blank dice, or 2 paper cubes per group (write some easy or harder fractions on the dice) to play the game.

#### Negative Numbers board game

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NENU, the negative numbers addition and subtraction game. What you need: A4 paper white for board game A4 paper coloured for questions (yellow, blue, red) choose 3 colours per game. Cut out the questions and laminate 3 questions to a sheet (varying levels) Instructions: Roll the dice and move that number of spaces. Pick up the card and answer the question corresponding to the colour of the questions, if you get it right stay where you are and if you get it wrong move back a space. If you land on a space coloured orange or green then it is a safe space - no need to answer a question. Follow the extra notes on the tiles. ENJOY!

#### Improper fractions and Mixed number operations board game

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FRACE- The Fractions Race board game! What you need: dice counters A4 white paper for the board game A4 coloured paper (yellow, blue, red, green) Instructions: Roll the dice and move the number of spaces Pick up the card with corresponding colour and answer the question. If you get it right, stay on that space, if you get it wrong move back one space! To make easier, remove one set of cards t have a &quot;safe space&quot;.