Introduction to the language of probability quiz

Introduction to the language of probability quiz

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.
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Equivalent fractions fun introduction game (1/2 and 1/3)

Equivalent fractions fun introduction game (1/2 and 1/3)

My new thing in class is not to introduce work but rather start at the end, with a quiz. Can they remember what they’ve learnt previously? Can they discover the concepts on their own? Let’s guess / infer together? We can get it wrong, but let’s try. (Metacognition) This fractions game isn’t straight forward. The halves are pictured as 3/6, 2/4 etc. so this would be the next step on from simply naming fractions. It’s an introduction to equivalent fractions (1/2 and 1/3). The game is interactive, with the aim of popping all of the bubbles. Press a bubble to choose a question. Press the correct answer on the question slide and you return to the question screen with your bubble popped. Press a wrong answer and it simply shakes. Keep going until you choose the correct one. 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.
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Fractions, decimals and percentages - fun interactive white board games

Fractions, decimals and percentages - fun interactive white board games

6 enjoyable snap games focusing on two elements at a time e.g. fractions to decimals, starting with easier matches e.g. ½ and 0.5 and increasing in complexity. The first three games are targeted for level 4 (big maths too) and the last three are level 5 questions. The pupils click on two choices, which are then revealed. If they are incorrect, they need to reset the board. If they are correct, they may continue until they match two incorrect tiles. The game needs instruction initially, as with the limits of PowerPoint, it will not say if the matches are correct or not. They can be used as a fun introduction, plenary or independent games. The games will work on an iPad that has PowerPoint. The game can be sent to the iPad as an email attachment or through Dropbox / Google Drive and opened with PowerPoint. There is one larger version with sound and a smaller version without. Both have the same questions.
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Gem rhyngweithiol bwrdd gwyn - Pictogramau blwyddyn 4

Gem rhyngweithiol bwrdd gwyn - Pictogramau blwyddyn 4

Gem athro yn erbyn dosbarth gyda 12 cwestiwn pictogram sy'n addas ar gyfer blwyddyn 4 (neu 3 a 5). *Mae'r cwestiynau o hen bapurau profion mathemateg gweithdrefnol blwyddyn 4.* Mae cod lliw goleuadau traffig sy'n dangos lefel y cwestiwn. Plant yn clicio ar y cwestiwn, os yw ei ateb yn gywir rhaid newid y sgor ar y bwrdd cwestiynau (pan fydd y sioe pwynt pwer yn rhedeg). Athro yn ennill y pwynt os ydyn nhw'n anghywir. Plant wir yn mwynhau ceisio curo'r athro / awes ac yn dysgu llawer. Perffaith ar gyfer cyflwyniad, diweddglo neu adolygu. (Gwaith arolwg)
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Back to school fun interactive quiz - editable

Back to school fun interactive quiz - editable

Start or end lessons with this fun interactive whiteboard quiz. QUESTIONS ARE ONLY GIVEN AS EXAMPLES. Choose YOUR OWN 6 questions to test their knowledge and type the questions, two incorrect answers and the correct answer on the slides prior to the lesson. You can also delete the title text (Back to school quiz) and insert your own to re-use the presentation over and over for different topics. Use this quiz as both an interesting introduction or successful plenary. Pupils click on a bowling pin which takes them straight to a question with two wrong answers and one correct answer. When they click on the bowling ball next to the incorrect answer it shakes to show that it was incorrect. When they click on a correct answer it links back to the bowling pins and their pin shoots up in the air. I hope you enjoy your pimped up introduction or plenary as much as my class do.
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Certificates

Certificates

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.
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Digital papers and frames

Digital papers and frames

Huge bundle of digital papers and frames to pimp your work. 9 frames to insert into PowerPoint presentations or worksheets. 10 gingham digital papers to insert as images or to use to fill shapes with the insert>picture feature. 17 striped digital papers. These have been used to create certificates that are sold separately at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/certificates-11689927. Please note, the file comes as a compressed zip folder. If you use the papers or frames to create items to sell, please ensure that the images are locked and cannot be removed and re-used by others e.g. cut and paste. Thanks. Enjoy!
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Internet safety – Identity, image and reputation – sharing, passwords and adult supervision

Internet safety – Identity, image and reputation – sharing, passwords and adult supervision

I’ve created these 4 worksheets and a poster in response to the new digital competence framework and for the fact that I couldn’t find many resources myself. Internet safety is such a broad spectrum, I have focused on the following in these. Sharing online – scenarios to discuss, Traffic light poster for sharing, Sharing their own ideas for the traffic light system, Strong and weak passwords – tick sheet, Adult supervision – make their own rules. They have been created to use in a year 5 class but are suitable for any KS2 or KS3 year group.
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Internet safety–Identity, image and reputation–emails, websites and downloads - digital competence

Internet safety–Identity, image and reputation–emails, websites and downloads - digital competence

I’ve created these 6 worksheets in response to the new digital competence framework and for the fact that I couldn’t find many resources myself. Internet safety is such a broad spectrum, I have focused on the following in these. E-mail safety and phishing - true or false, Private and personal information - table distribution Genuine and scam websites - colouring, Computer cookies – missing words, Identity theft – what is it? How to protect yourselves and what to do when you’re a victim, The perils of free software and downloads - comprehension. They have been created to use in a year 4 class but are suitable for any KS2 or KS3 year group.
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4 Differentiated probability worksheets / investigations

4 Differentiated probability worksheets / investigations

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.
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