This is a great resources which practitioners can use flexibly within the classroom. Children can assess bar models and challenge themselves appropriately. I hope you enjoy!
This is a fun, effective worksheet which allows students to develop their confidence when using repeated addition in a real life context. You can use this activity to promote language and develop mathematical vocabulary. Enjoy!
A colourful poster which clearly depicts the symbols greater than, less than or equal to using a fun, accessible context.
This differentiated activity pack encourages KS2 children to reason and problem solve when using bar models as pictoral representations. The activities are differentiated in order to allow all children to access bar models and extend their learning by personalising their learning. I hope you enjoy!
This activity enables KS2 children to identify and use 2D shapes. It promotes a creative approach to learning, allowing children to be free to explore 2D shapes and work out how to use them effectively. The pack allows for differentiation, and children can use their reasoning skills to talk about the properties of the shapes they have used. I hope you enjoy this resource!
Students can develop their coordination skills with this simple ‘Build a City’ activity. Students can choose to add their own landmarks or draw the landmarks provided. Enjoy!
This resources allows children to secure their knowledge of number bonds to 20 using a fun, create context. Children choose their ingredients, represent the amount visually, and add the number pairs to make 20. This visual resource allows children to take ownership of their learning and personalise their creations. Cheers!
Children can develop their number bonds to 10 skills in a fun, creative way. Children choose their own ingredients and amount. This activity promotes the teaching of number bonds using a visual context. Cheers!
This resources allows children to secure their knowledge of number bonds to 100 using a fun, create context. Children choose their ingredients, represent the amount visually, and add the number pairs to make 100. This visual resource allows children to take ownership of their learning and personalise their creations. Cheers!
Add by counting on! This visual resource can be used to help your students learn to add amounts. A blank number sentence is given which allows students to choose there the numbers should go. Count the sweets to find the total. Enjoy!
This visual resource allows students to subtract using a ten frame. The pack is differentiated in order to allow more advanced workers to add the information independently into the ten frame. Children can also count each number as they colour each counter in the ten frame. Have fun!
Help Sally Squirrel to clear the Autumn leaves by using your subtraction skills. This resource allows students to subtract using a ten frame. Read the number sentence and cross out the required amount of leaves. How many left? Want a challenge? Students can choose how many leaves they want to subtract. Lots of Autumn fun!
Calculate number bonds to 20 with the Ice Cream Parlour activity. Complete the ten frames in order to represent bonds to 20. Each counter in the ten frame represents a topping for your Ice Cream. In the pack there are 2 differentiated sheets. The first has some information already given. The second ten frames are blank in order for the learner to decide their own number bonds to 20. Have Fun!
Subtract using a numberline (numbers to 20). Perfect for Year 1/2 children to practise their subtraction skills! This differentiated pack allows learners to count back either by crossing 10 or uisng numbers greater than ten. Enjoy!
This pack can be implemented into the teaching of money (coins). It covers the National Curriculum objectives for Year 1. The activities are differentiated in order to allow all pupils to access the learning and more able pupils to access mastery challenges. Enjoy!
This is a resource that allows children to utilise their maths skills in a creative way. Children can draw around 2D shapes and challenge themselves to use the shapes listed or, choose their won shapes. Enjoy!
This resource allows KS2 children to identify and use 2D shapes. It is a creative approach to learning shape names. Use the sheet to differentiate learning and promote mathematical language through reasoning. Enjoy!