Looking at addition and subtraction this resource can be used to create addition and subtraction number sentences, also linking to representations of part whole and bar models.
Differentiated and also with blank spaces for children to pick their own domino and complete.
Easter themed lessons linked to the book Mr Bunny’s Chocolate Factory by Elys Dolan.
No mages on powerpoint and worksheet due to copy rights, however if you have the book please refer to those images.
Children loved the different activities particularly the maths challenge and instruction writing.
Instruction writing - I had pupils draw an image similar to the one from the book where all the chicks are laying the chocolate eggs and then they completed their writing which was cut out and stuck on over the top to give the same effect as in the book.
Maths: It helped some pupils who were struggling to have physical resources to support them, or even drawing out what it was they were problem solving.
Used to support a practical investigation around the sense of smell. Can pupils guess which smell is in each pot? Children to cut and stick images based on their predictions and check whether they have got them correct or not at the end of the lesson.
Needed to create new words for pupils to practice before the phonics screening check. 12 powerpoints included. All powerpoints include both 'green' words and 'alien' words for pupils to practice.
Includes SET 2 sounds: air, ar, igh, ir, ay, ee, oo, or, ow, oy , ou, oo.
Supporting pupils in finding different ways to solve maths problems. Such as drawing, recording a number sentence, creating a story / worded problem, using equipment to show how to solve the problem.
These worksheets can be printed for each child, laminated onto A3 as extra challenge for MA pupils who have completed the task, or adapted depending on ability / topic.
Based on ideas from n-rich maths. 12 different examples available.
A game to support the teaching of number bonds to 10, as well as providing an opportunity to develop problem solving skills.
Children are required to match the sides together to create one large hexagon, ensuring that each piece that touches adds up to 10.
A challenge for all ages!
Following on from the story After the storm, we linked in science of testing materials. Children were asked to build a new roof for Percy's shed after it started leaking in the storm. Pupils built their own shed and tested the different materials to see if they were waterproof or not. Powerpoint includes 'odd one out' discussion starters about materials before explaining the task. Activity sheet for pupils to complete at the end of the experiment.
Repeated addition, fun problem solving maths activity based on decorating a crown with 'jewels' (counters) then using the pricing shown, to add up the total value of their crown.
Then an extension to find all possible ways to create a crown worth 20p. Can also be extended in multiple ways through further questioning.
Maths problem solving activity involving following a rule of adding 1 more. Then finally adding together the amount of bricks on each row (or counting for LA).
Further extension challenges included in powerpoint.