This resource has 3 levels of differentiation and an extension for the HA children. The children must make the coins using dienes and then find the total. The extension gives the children the total and some coins. They must find the missing coins to make the total.
This is a resource that uses word problems involving characters such as Elsa from Frozen and Superman. There are 4 different levels of difficulty with the simplest being adding an hour and the most difficult being adding minutes. The use of the characters hooked the students.
This resource as worksheets for 3 different lessons on time. One is a set of worksheets with o'clock, half past, quarter to, quarter past as well as 5 minute intervals. The second set of worksheets require the students to draw the hands on the clocks when given the time. The final set are word problems based around time. I used it in the summer term to re-cap the terminology used in time and to then teach about 5 minutes intervals on the clock.
The idea of this resource is to explain to the children that a class have baked some cookies and they are now sharing the cookies between different numbers of people. I have set it up so that there is one problem for the whole class to access, it then has a challenge and a super challenge to challenge the HA.
This is 2 weeks worth of 5 questions a day based on the Year 6 SATS test. The format is similar to the test and there is a IWB for you to time, model and correct. I find the 5 A Day model a good way to prepare children for timed SATs.
This is a resource I have glued into the front of the children's Literacy books. It shows them what they need to 'use' to make their writing great. It is based around the Interim Report for KS1.
I was struggling to find a ready made BLP display so I made this very simple one. Each of the 4 Rs are a key with the learning as a padlock. I'm going to explain to my class that these are the keys to opening up their learning. I've also created keyrings for the different aspects within the 4 Rs.
Here are some questions for ordering fractions. They are based on the White Rose varied fluency questions on comparing fractions.
This is a worksheet based around a problem. I have used a character from Aliens v Monsters. The children have to work out the potential amount the character might have based on the number of coins he has in his pocket. The problem is differentiated 3 ways. LA children have three coins and must decided what he may or may not have. Core have 5 coins. HA children have been told how much he has and must work out what coins he has.
There are 3 worksheets here that are more questions that are similar in style to the examples given by the White Rose Maths Hub.
There are 4 worksheets here, 3 of which are differentiated 3 ways. 1 is a fluency worksheet where children need to compare fractions. 1 is converting improper fractions to mixed numbers. 1 is ordering fractions in a number line. 1 is a reasoning worksheet where children have to decide where to place fractions on a number line.
This is a set of true or false reasoning questioning based around money. The children are given a statement and must decide if it is true or false, they then must prove how they know it to be true or false. It has 3 levels of differentiation.
In this bundle I have included 3 different worksheets each differentiated 3 ways. In one of the worksheets the children must place numbers on a number line. In the second there is an arrow placed on the number line and the children must make a reasonable guess as to what number the arrow is pointing at. The final worksheet is a sequence of number in boxes where the children have to continue the pattern.
Here are 8 worksheets based around the types of questions given by the WRMH. They are all to do with either simplifying, ordering and comparing fractions
These are questions created based on the WRMH questions. They are differentiated into three different types of questions using the 'chilli challenge'. They also include differentiated reasoning problems.