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I have been teaching primary age children in Australia, UK and China for over 35 years. My resources are based on English and Maths themes. It is exciting to be at the cutting edge of creating resources when we have an instant source of prime feedback to test those resources. Our students! I hope that you and your students will find something useful in my large collection of resources

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I have been teaching primary age children in Australia, UK and China for over 35 years. My resources are based on English and Maths themes. It is exciting to be at the cutting edge of creating resources when we have an instant source of prime feedback to test those resources. Our students! I hope that you and your students will find something useful in my large collection of resources
Times Table Board Games
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Times Table Board Games

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Microsoft Excel, dice and counters required A new set of questions every time the file is opened 3 separate games: 2, 5 and 10 TIMES TABLE The playing board consists of 2x A4 landscape pieces of paper (join them together) for a total of 74 playing squares Enlarge to A3 for best results, stick onto card and laminate Roll the dice, move the required number of squares and if the answer is correct, remain on that square until the next go If the answer is incorrect, go back to the nearest Waiting Square Land on a Yellow square and if the answer is correct, move forward 2 spaces Land on a Green square and have another throw Land on a Collect a Life Card square (cards provided choice of b&w or colour) and use this card to stay on the square if the answer is wrong Be the first to reach the finish to be declared the winner A fun and stimulating resource to practice and remember times table skills REMEMBER - REGULAR REVISION REALLY REGISTERS
Number bonds to 10 board game
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Number bonds to 10 board game

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Microsoft Excel, dice and counters required A new set of questions every time the file is opened - unlimited game boards Suitable for Early Years The playing board consists of 2x A4 landscape pieces of paper (join them together) for a total of 74 playing squares Enlarge to A3 for best results. Print, stick onto card and laminate Roll the dice, move the required number of squares and if the answer is correct, wait on that square until your next go. If the answer is incorrect, go back to the nearest Waiting Square Land on a Yellow square and if the answer is correct, move forward 2 spaces Land on a Green square and have another throw Land on a Collect a Life Card square (cards provided, b&W or colour) and use this card to stay on the square if the answer is wrong Be the first to reach the finish to be declared the winner Print for the students to take home and play with mum and dad A great resource that can be used at any time
Complex Missing Numbers
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Complex Missing Numbers

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Microsoft Excel required KS1 New set of questions on a spreadsheet every time the file is opened 26 questions on each A4 sheet Addition and subtraction Challenging worksheet!!
Rounding to 10, 100, 1000 Game
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Rounding to 10, 100, 1000 Game

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Microsoft Excel required Dice and counters required Suitable KS1/2 5 game files Nearest to 10 with 2 digits - see preview image Nearest to 10 with 3 digits Nearest to 100 with 3 digits Nearest to 100 with 4 digits Nearest to 1000 with 4 digits A new set of numbers every time the fie is opened Throw the dice and land on a square with your counter. Round to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000, depending on your choice of game and that is your score. Be the first to round up all the sheep and cross the finish line. Add up your scores. The highest score wins! Move clockwise or anticlockwise. Extend the length of a game by going round the board more than once. Score card included Enlarge A4 printout to A3 for best results Excellent resource for calculator use if required with the high numbers
KS2  BODMAS Worksheet
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KS2 BODMAS Worksheet

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Microsoft excel required New set of numbers every time the file is opened Place brackets into each of the number sentences to make the answer true 24 questions per A4 page Great resource for BODMAS consolidation and for homework
Addition & Subtraction Square Puzzles
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Addition & Subtraction Square Puzzles

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Microsoft Excel required New set of number every time the file is opened, provides unlimited worksheets 6 addition and 6 subtraction puzzles Works really well as an extension and homework resource
Tarsia Puzzles
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Tarsia Puzzles

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MIcrosoft Powerpoint required 4 x Compound word puzzles - see cover image 3 x Homophone puzzles 1 x Opposite words puzzle Print, stick on to card, cut out the 10 triangles, shuffle face up. Arrange the triangles so that adjoining words match the task. Once solved, repeat against the clock Choose four words and use each one in an interesting sentence.
KS2 Maths - Data Handling - UK Weather
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KS2 Maths - Data Handling - UK Weather

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Requires Microsoft Excel Suitable for KS2 Years 4,5,6. New data on a spreadsheet every time you open the file Data for the month of February recording 1. daily temperature and 2. precipitation in 14 cities. Separate files So much scope for investigation, you choose the questions. Create graphs from the data Ideal resource to make into a mini project Great data for calculator use too Something for everyone!
Mental Maths KS2
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Mental Maths KS2

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Microsoft Excel required Print, photocopy and distribute A new set of numbers every time the file is opened - 6 target numbers on each A4 printout page 4 files Target numbers 10 to 50, 50 to 100 , 100 to 200 and 200 - 900 This is a challenging resource suitable for all ability levels Works really well as an extension exercise or a homework activity when time is not important Use the six numbers in the grid and any combination of + - x ➗ and ( ), to make the target number in the coloured box. Use BODMAS Example from the cover image Target is 37 (10x3)+7 and 8+9+10+7+3. Can you see any others? Devise a points scoring system e.g 1 point for each number and operation used so 8+9+10+7+3=9points
Year 3 Word Problems
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Year 3 Word Problems

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Microsoft Excel required New set of numbers every time the file is opened 15 questions Unlimited number of worksheets Skills include: subtraction, addition, multiplication, time Valuable resource as a main class worksheet or for homework
7+ Maths Pre Test Preparation
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7+ Maths Pre Test Preparation

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Microsoft excel required A new set of questions every time the file is opened 41 questions covering 7+ Maths pretest exam An essential resource
Maths Data Handling Gone Fishing
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Maths Data Handling Gone Fishing

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Microsoft Excel required A new set of numbers every time the file is opened See cover image for data example 10 questions in total, but you can make up your own for the students to investigate Works really well as a data handling extension activity or as a worksheet for homework
Maths Board Games
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Maths Board Games

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Microsoft Excel, dice and counters required A new set of numbers every time the file is opened. Addition x 3 files (single + single digit, two digits + single digit, three digits + single digit) Subtraction x 2 files (two digits take away numbers up to 20, three digits take away one digit) Multiplication times table up to 12 2 x landscape game boards (join together) 74 game squares in total Enlarge to A3 for best results You or students, decide on the rules. First to reach the finish is the winner! Creates lots of excitement and enthusiasm at any time, however the games work really well, as either the first, or last Maths session of the week. A really useful resource too, as part of an after school Maths Club
Addition Board Game
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Addition Board Game

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Microsoft Excel required Dice and counters required New set of numbers every time the file is opened - unlimited number of game boards 3 Game files. Single digit add single digit (4+9), two digits added to single digit 54+9 - see cover image, three digits and one digit 168+7 2 landscape A4 pages (join together) 74 game squares for each game Enlarge to A3 for best results The first player to reach the finish is the winner Decide on your own game rules Works really well for the first or last Maths lesson of the week.
Chinese New Year Maths Activities
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Chinese New Year Maths Activities

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Microsoft Excel required New set of numbers every time the file is opened 1. Shanghai Street Relay Race - see cover image 12 animal teams of the Chinese Zodiac compete in an 8 lap relay race. Data is recorded for each lap in seconds. Find the total, then convert the data into minutes and seconds and then rank each team. Unlimited possibiliites to create your own questions. 2. Chinese Zodiac Animals - work out and fill in on the grid provided, which years each animal represents by going back 48 years. Which animal coincides with your birthday? A visual reference resource sheet that can be stuck in the students exercise book A lively resource, that caters for all ability groups
Ordering Numbers
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Ordering Numbers

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Microsoft Excel required New set of numbers every time the file is opened 5 skills for practice Which number is smaller? Which number is larger? Complete by putting or = Arrange the numbers in order starting with the largest Arrange the numbers in order starting with the smallest An essential resource that not only works really well as a worksheet, but provides an excellent whole class activity when projected on to the whiteboard.
Mental Maths  Fidget Spinner
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Mental Maths Fidget Spinner

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Microsoft Excel required Spin your Fidget and see how many sums you can make before the Fidget stops spinning using + - x ➗ = and brackets. You can use any combination e.g. (5x6) + 9 =39, (20-4)+9=25, 50-6-4-2=38 Use BODMAS A new set of numbers each time the file is opened Challenges all ability levels Set your own scoring system according to ability level Addictive fun - even for adults
KS2 Maths Hidden Number Challenge
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KS2 Maths Hidden Number Challenge

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Microsoft Excel required A challenging resource New questions every time the file is opened 6 files 234 numbers in the grid and 48 times table questions The aim is to find the hidden number in the grid. This could be anything up to and including a four digit number. Work out the answers to the questions and see if the number is in the grid. SHADE IN THE SQUARE if you think it might be a segment/part of the hidden number. The number 3 in the cover image, is an example of what the numbers will look like when the squares are correctly shaded in. The answer, which shows the location of the number in the grid, is provided on the second page of the printout. This is a really engaging resource that requires patience, time and concentration.
Rounding 24 Hour and 12 Hour Time Game
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Rounding 24 Hour and 12 Hour Time Game

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Microsoft Excel required Dice and counters required Suitable KS1/2 2 Files - 12 and 24 hour boards New set of numbers every time the file is opened Go around the board multiple times to vary the length of a game. Throw the dice and land on a square with your counter. Round the time to the nearest hour. (or half hour or quarter of an hour for variation.) Write the answer on your score card. Be the first to cross the finish line. Add up your times. The highest score wins! Score card included Enlarge A4 printout to A3 for best results Hours of fun learning for all your students
KS2 Mental Arithmetic  Every Day Practice
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KS2 Mental Arithmetic Every Day Practice

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Excel required Use every day to start a lesson A new set of questions on a spreadsheet every time the file is opened 3 differentiated categories and 4 questions in each category focussing on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division - see preview image Monday to Friday activities on two A4 sheets Photocopy and cut out each days activity A4 daily record sheet The students take control of their own learning and decide which category they will attempt Remember - regular revision really registers