A creative lesson plan about using multilink cubes to solve a mystery. Using fairy tales as a theme, solve the problem of how long is the giant's footprints. Are the footprints longer then the princesses?
A powerpoint based on 3x, 4x, 5x and 10x times table. The powerpoint is full of division questions, using times tables as the basis.
A great way to quickly practise division using familiar facts. Answers are inculded.
Here at Inspire Education, I strive to make resources that can specifically be used with 1:1 students.
Currently, inculded is 20 days worth of daily maths challenges.
I have used Number of the Day with many of my students as a starter activity, as the lesson starts. The students often appreciate the routine of the activity and thrive on the familiarity. The resource is aimed at year 3 and 4 who can use different representations of numbers independently.
Either print and laminate the slides and use like a mini whiteboard. Or use Google slides to create a version for each student to add in their own answers.
Word version of Number of the day
Teacher version of Number of the Day
Year 1 and 2 version
A simple morning activity to increase understanding of number.
Simply write a number on the whiteboard, and allow children independent time to fill in the activity sheet. It can be used as a daily or weekly activity,
A powerpoint with end of lesson assessment and reflection activities.
Slides can be displayed at the end of lesson with student feedback written on mini whiteboards.
Slides could be printed and stuck into student books to allow them to reflect on their work.