A helpful collection of various maths challenges, resources & activities linking to the different mathematical topics. Hyperlinked images to take you to blogs, stores or websites where there is more information, free resources, or the opportunity to purchase resources if you didn’t want to make your own versions.
A black & white “MATHS” lettering set featuring doodles relating to the subject of maths. Simply print onto coloured card and cut. More available on my website - www.misstprimary.com/lettering
A classroom jobs bundle with everything you need to get going. Including recording sheet, library pockets, lollipop stick numbers, sticker templates and application forms. Get your children helping in the classroom with this classroom job bundle. Print the library pockets onto card, attach the stickers and you’re good to go (mine have lasted at least 5 years so far!). There’s also application forms included for children to apply for different rolls, and a tracking sheet to know who has done what job (I change mine every half term).
A simple spreadsheet to track progress and gaps relating to Spelling Shed’s Year 5 lists. Automatically calculates the overall percentage of each child and the percentage for each spelling rule.
A simple spreadsheet to track progress and gaps within the Year 4 maths curriculum. Automatically calculates the percentage of whether the child is working towards, secure or working at a greater depth level - easy to quickly see for those borderline children.
This collection of Brag Tags are related to Times Table Rockstars, Spelling & Maths Shed as well as a series for various behaviours. There’s also a blank template at the end for you to create your own at the same size. I use Brag Tags as a reward system in my class. They can be used for demonstrating positive behaviours, achievements and successes or for celebrating milestones like losing teeth. I print them onto card and cut them out storing them in the Really Useful Boxes so I’m ready to reward them as and when is needed.
A simple spreadsheet to track progress and gaps within the Year 5 maths curriculum. Automatically calculates the percentage of whether the child is working towards, secure or working at a greater depth level - easy to quickly see for those borderline children.