A huge choice of 40 certificates ready to print or easily edited.
One document is locked as a PDF, ready to print. The other is editable in PowerPoint so that you can change or personalise the achievement.
The background digital papers and borders are available to buy separately to pimp your worksheets / presentations at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/digital-papers-and-frames-11690165.
This is a great way to introduce and learn numicon values by playing 1-6 bingo or 5 - 10 bingo. You can differentiate by using both.
The picture cards are for one to one matching, actual numicon sizes. A perfect activity to compliment shape and colour recognition.
Numicon bingo is on the White Rose maths hub scheme for
4 PowerPoints to use alongside the Big Maths clic sessions. I also use them as whiteboard sessions at the beginning of Maths lessons. They get progressively harder from the first to last, ending up introducing decimals.
There are 5 pages to each PowerPoint which are suitable for year 1/2 upwards.
I’ve used these very successfully with year 5 to introduce a practical application to probability. I recommend that you use coins, dice, dominos and playing cards during the lessons but they can be used just as easily without. You may also have a large dice, dominos or playing cards that you can use to introduce the 4 lessons, or to use with lower abilities.
The tasks in order of complexity are;
• Coin toss investigation,
• Dice roll investigation,
• Dominos investigation and
• Playing cards investigation.
Resources included for year 3 / 4 Real Reads version of Oliver Twist. Activities include: prediction, vocabulary generation, descriptive writing, question enquiry, recount activity, wanted poster.
There is also detailed planning for the first week of activities
Fun game / presentation to introduce the language of probability.
It uses the terms; Impossible, Very unlikely, Unlikely, Even chance, Likely, Very likely and Certain.
There is a brief introduction and these slides can be removed if you wish, including rules of the game.
The board has 12 interactive questions where pupils click on their choice before the question is revealed. There are 7 possible answers to each question. Clicking the wrong answer will make the answer shake to indicate that it is wrong. When a correct answer is chosen, it will take you back to the question board.
You can keep a record of the scores when the presentation is active by typing them in yourself on the question screen. It is also possible to name the teams in the same way.
Tables 2-10 colouring sheets with answers, and tables cards for LA. Colouring the remainders different colours produces a picture that the children are keen to discover. They are learning whilst having fun and not realising.
15 page transition booklet with end of year worksheets that were written for year 4 but are suitable for other years. Activities include reflecting, demonstrating Mathematical problem solving skills, the school day, friends, achievements, letter to new teacher etc. They can easily be used as single worksheet as an instructed task or be given to the class to work independently.
*Mae versiwn Cymraeg ar gael ar wahan hefyd.*
Picture puzzles with scales feature regularly in the reasoning tests (Wales). They are also an excellent way to introduce the part – part – whole aspect of Singapore Maths, missing digits e.e. 145 + __ = 193, pre-algebra thinking and can be used to develop logical thinking with halving and subtraction.
The numbers were chosen to be used in year 4 i.e. halving 3 digit numbers (e.g. 176) and borrowing when subtracting 3 digit – 2 digit (e.g. 263 – 87). However, if your class are not used to these types of visual problems, they can be used in secondary school to introduce algebra.
I recommend using the halving diamond for the first sheet (as the start of most) and the column method to subtract and borrow.
There are three pages of scales picture puzzles.
I created these because I had no resources and they turned out to be amazing! They proved so successful with the children and the two other Reception teachers; I continued to produce them for the rest of the year. Worksheets, matching games etc. are included.
The next 5 PowerPoints are for sale here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/5-weeks-mastery-interactive-mathematics-powerpoints-and-resources-reception-weeks-2-6-11965274
I use each presentation at least 3 if not 4 times a week prior to Maths session. The children are chosen to come to the whiteboard for most of the PowerPoint pages e.g. to pop the bubbles whilst counting down from 10, which they love (better listening skills on the carpet).
The PowerPoints start from scratch. Unfortunately, the difference between the highest achiever and lowest at Reception can be enormous and my philosophy is ‘no one left behind’. They change pace quickly and certain aspects such as the ‘doubling bunny’ rely on repetition and learning ‘the action’ (children physically perform it) so that they can say the answers before tackling the maths later on in the year.
Each lesson begins with:
Shape discussion (click the shape to make it dance),
Counting upwards (from the number of the week),
Counting from 10 to zero (clicking on the images so that they disappear one by one).
Different concepts are then added each time.
I have created these PowerPoints to satisfy:
• Maths mastery,
• Little Big Maths,
• The Welsh foundation phase curriculum (it also satisfies the English eyfs curriculum),
• Individual profiles (Reception),
• It introduces the part part whole aspect of Singapore Maths and also the bar method,
• It also utilises ideas from the White Rose Maths.
Week one is free so that you can see how this works in your class. The rest are in half termly packs.
Week 1 PowerPoint is arranged as follows:
Page 1 : Cover page – shapes to discuss (triangle, square, rectangle and circle)
Page 2 : Counting to 10 (1 to 10)
Page 3 : Counting down from 10 to 0 (balloon pop)
Page 4 : Reading numbers 0 to 5
Page 5 : Writing numbers in the air (1 to 5)
Page 6 : Counting coins 1 to 5
Page 7 : Doubling bunny 1 + 1, 2 + 2
Page 8 : Adding basics (how to make 2)
Page 9 : Comparing numbers to 4 objects
4 PowerPoints to use alongside the Big Maths clic sessions. I also use them as whiteboard sessions at the beginning of Maths lessons. They get progressively harder from the first to last, breaking the tens barrier twice by the end.
There are 4 pages to each PowerPoint which I have been using in year 4, but are suitable for other ages.
8 differentiated money worksheets created for year 4. This includes;
• Adding money by counting repeating coins,
• Adding money ordered largest to smallest,
• Adding money in random orders,
• Adding decimals (column method),
• Reasoning skills from a menu (following pictures),
• Adding two 2 digit numbers,
• Finding change from £1, £2, £5 and/or £10,
• Money word problems (not differentiated but gets harder).
There is a differentiated ‘First to spend £10’ game and a laminate to use with lower abilities (to use a whiteboard pen).
I have created these to use in my class next year and am so pleased with how they’ve turned out. I have only created them to 10x as I want them to be seen by the whole class.
I have included a Powerpoint presentation to learn the 2x times table and black and white copies that you can use on worksheets.
I hope you enjoy too.