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I am the Head Teacher Of Maria International School Of Bucharest in Romania. I am also very keen at developing different TES teaching resources to discover what works well for different classes. I am constantly looking for new and exciting different ways of presenting and teaching different primary topics, especially maths topics.

I am the Head Teacher Of Maria International School Of Bucharest in Romania. I am also very keen at developing different TES teaching resources to discover what works well for different classes. I am constantly looking for new and exciting different ways of presenting and teaching different primary topics, especially maths topics.

While the Wigan LEA website disappeared, taking all its maths resources with it, I kept a copy and then made a complete set of PowerPoint Maths assessments I want to share with everyone. These would be great for revising for the KS1 SATs tests.
There are two different formats, you can either show them a question, then let them work out the answer and check their answers, or you can show them each question in turn and set them sme time to find the answer and then ask them the next question until you finish the test. I have also included the original test papers for teachers who want to print out all the test papers and answers all in one go.
I hope you find them as useful as I do with my own class.

Each lesson is complete, and comes with a learning objectives, a warm up, main lesson, an independent learning section and a plenary.
Here is a list of the lessons:
Lesson 1: Putting the larger number first when adding.
Lesson 2: Using 'Near Doubles'
Lesson 3: Pairs that make 10 when adding
Lesson 4: Idea of Difference
Lesson 5: Words about Subtraction
Lesson 6: Using addition and subtraction with shopping
Lesson 7: Identifying Multiples
Lesson 8: Making Rectangular Arrays
Lesson 9: Multiplication Sentences
Lesson 10: The Multiplication Symbols
Lesson 11: Number Properties
Years ago I made a lot of interesting Maths PowerPoint lessons, and then left them for 10 years in a draw. They have since been viewed over 22,000 times.
By popular demand, I have uploaded them as I am sure lots of teachers will find them really useful and will use them. This collection is particularly useful if you need to cover a lesson and need a lesson with no preparation! Please leave a comment.

Here are the details for each lesson:
Lesson 1: Making labels for Classroom Equipment
Lesson 2: Keeping Score
Lesson 3: Scales and Stamps
Lesson 4: 'More' and 'Fewer'
Lesson 5: Mental Maths
Lesson 6: Simple Addition
Lesson 7: Counting
Lesson 8: Solving Counting Problems
Lesson 9: Beginning Addition
Lesson 10: Counting Objects Into Groups
Lesson 11: Putting Numbers In Order
This resource was made by converting UK governmental advice from around 2000.
It will make excellent revision lessons, supply and cover lessons
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Mental arithmetic tests for Y1 designed to be done fortnightly.
Following the tests, teachers and pupils discuss and compare different strategies used to solve the problems. To date evidence suggests that mental calculations have increased whole school attainment and accelerated pupils' progress. Introduction and project focus.

As my Anti-bullying posters (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/10-free-anti-bullying-week-posters-for-every-classroom-download-and-share-today-11168376) proved so popular, I thought I would continue the series and create a set of motivational maths posters. You could add them to the classroom or all around the school. The would make an excellent resource for International Mathematics day, Pi day or any other numeracy day.
If you like these resources, please click the heart on this page to get informed of when I upload my next set of FREE poster resources.
Please also take the time to say something nice about these resources as you can imagine, they take a long time to make and nice comments motivate me to make more of them!

FREE Year 1 Maths PowerPoint Lesson - Ordering Numbers - Spring Term
Lesson Objectives:
I can count in fives
I can put numbers into order.
I can copy out numbers in order.
I can use mental images to find the differences.
If you like this lesson, you will really like my complete (11 lesson) FREE Year 1 Maths pack at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-1-maths-powerpoint-lessons-6167046

A fun way to teaching counting during Halloween.
I have combined three of my Halloween Resources to make them even better this year, a Halloween counting song, Number and Letter Handwriting worksheets linked to Halloween and 31 suggested ways of using these ideas in the classroom.
You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different skeletons being shown in each of the photos.
You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about the Halloween Skeleton Counting Song.
The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different groups of skeletons. The students can then discuss what they think each skeleton was saying or thinking.
The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.

FREE Year 1 Maths PowerPoint Presentation - Addition and Subtraction - Autumn Term is a great introduction to Addition and Subtraction. It would also be useful for anyone revising for the KS1 SATs tests. If you like this lesson, check out my FREE Year 1 Maths Lesson pack (11 lessons) at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-1-maths-powerpoint-lessons-6167046.

FREE Year 3 Lesson - Solving Word Problems - Autumn Term. Perfect for SATs revision, end of term revision, an extension lesson or a homework lesson. If you like this lesson, then you will also like my full FREE Year 3 Maths Lesson pack at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-3-maths-powerpoint-lessons-6167050.

These tests are set to change every 5 seconds, letting you test either individual children or a whole class at once. You might like to also look at my matching mini origami books which go with this series (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/mini-book-x2-to-x12-multiplication-times-table-tests-4-per-table-11198350) which are designed to make learning time tables more fun.
There are 4 tests per times table, so the children do not know what test you will give them. They are written in PowerPoint so you can easily edit them or change the speed of the tests.

I always loved using Wigan maths with my class. I have built an entire set of teaching resources around these defunct tests as I think teachers still want to be able to access and use them as a way of preparing for different assessment tests. I have arranged it so you can either let your class do it all at once or the more efficient revision method where you do a question, check the answer as a class and then discuss the different ways of solving the problem.

I have developed a set of weekly Mental Maths for Year 2 children for teachers who want to include Minecraft in the classroom.
I wanted to develop resources where a teacher can teach with Minecraft in a classroom with a single computer and a projector.
I need to mention that Minecraft was created by Mojang AB. http://www.DrFog.co.uk is not endorsed, associated or affiliated with Mojang AB in any way.

FREE Maths Reception PowerPoint Lesson - Simple Addition - Spring Term
Lesson Objectives:
I can count
I can solve simple number problems.
I am beginning to learn about addition and subtraction.
If you like this lesson, you will really love my FREE Reception Maths Pack (11 Maths Lessons) - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-powerpoint-lessons-for-reception-students-6167058

Mental arithmetic tests for Y1 designed to be done fortnightly.
Following the tests, teachers and pupils discuss and compare different strategies used to solve the problems. To date evidence suggests that mental calculations have increased whole school attainment and accelerated pupils' progress. Introduction and project focus.