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Imperial measures (length, capacity and mass)
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Detailed lesson plan attached.Fun starter to convert length metrics (skateboard, badminton net) cm into mm. Also, converting weight of Bigshow (wrestler) grams into kilograms, Solutions provided as well. History of Imperial measure to initiate students interest and the reason we learn Imperial measures. Application of imperial measures in real life and fun investigation task for students to try how many inches in a foot and how it was estimated.
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Metric measures (capacity, length and mass)
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Convert each of the sports equipment in metrics and to name each of the different metric measures. A great interactive class work to convert each of the sports equipment e.g. cm to mm, g to kg Then, students can practise their learning on worksheet task provided with solutions More fun activities where students can convert metric measures of world record high jump, long jump, shot put etc. Fill in the banks plenary to check students understanding. Attached a detailed lesson plan
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Differentiated Addition, Subtraction, Division & Multiplication
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Differentiated Addition, Subtraction, Division & Multiplication sums. Differentiated 4 ways suitable for use across primary age phase and can easily be adapted. Can be used to initially assess understanding of 4 number operations & related methods, or as an assessment following the teaching of suitable methods.
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Primary Mathematics
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Maths Assessment
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A maths assessment aimed at year 4. Can easily be adapted to suit other year groups. Questions listed cover a variety of mathematics topics and concepts.
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Year 3 fractions - find and write unit and non-unit fractions
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This is a powerpoint, 3 differentiated worksheets and an answer sheet. It teaches 2 methods to find and write unit and non unit fractions, either by drawing dots on grids or by using division and multiplication.
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Primary Mathematics
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Calculating Averages
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This worksheet helps students to revise how to calculate mead, median, mode and range with simple clear instructions and examples
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Math Booklet - Shape, Space And Measurement
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This 9 page booklet is designed to help students and parents when with mathematical questions within their class and homework be it in Maths, Science, Geography, etc.. Topics Include:
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How To Draw A Pie Chart
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Pie charts can sometime appear to be complicated to draw but by following these instructions your students will be able to eliminate their fears and find it quite easy.
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Subtracting 1-digit number from 3-digit number board game
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Year 3 mental subtraction
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Using rounding to estimate and check addition calculations for mistakes
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Created for a year 5 class with wide ranging abilities. Contains everything you need for two days of work on addition and subtraction and using rounding to check accuracy. There are starter activities for both days and for independent work there are questions displayed on the PowerPoint differentiated to three levels of ability.
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Primary Mathematics
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