Ideal puzzles for problem solving activities. These can be laminated and reused. Puzzles vary in difficulty, where a number of stars shows the Maths Level and Logical Thinking Level, meaning that this resource can be tailored to the needs of various abilities. Answers also provided for ease of marking.
This activity would make an ideal mental starter, paired task or extension to lessons around multiples.
Aimed at Lower KS2 pupils.
An interactive game that can be played as a full class (using zombie zap cards), as a group or as an individual. The game comes with instructions which include suggestions for use in the classroom.
Description of the game:
Numbers appear on the screen and are identified on a number grid. Choose the times table you want to visit and work individually, in pairs, groups or as a whole class to zap the zombies who are holding multiples of your chosen times table.
Use the zap / run cards to add a fun element to whole class learning.
**As previews of .ppsx (Powerpoint show) cannot be viewed in TES, I have included some sample photos.
Objective: Compare and order 3-digit numbers (Year 3)
This presentation combines a story, interactive game, worksheet and lesson plan for teaching about comparing numbers using < and > symbols.
Use the story to introduce or revisit the concept with the class or group, then allow children to play the game in groups, individuals or pairs as other children complete the worksheet.
Best if blown up onto A3 paper. Children roll dice and move a counter around the board. They record examples of the fractions of numbers that make the numbers from 1 - 10 in their grid. They then complete the grid by trying to write their own examples. Fractions of numbers.