Generously shared by John Brunton
This is a massive pixel art worksheet that I’ve created to encourage students to engage with multiplication. From what I’ve experienced, the students are much more careful about getting the answer right as they don’t want to mess up their picture! This should be printed no smaller than A3, and you might need to help […]
Useful for helping students to get used to the different numbers that can add to 5,10 and 12.
Engage your students in practising their 2,5,10 timestables while trying to complete the picture. Completed Image Worksheet
Practise your basic facts whilst completing this awesome picture. Great for those days when you need a little something to keep the kids busy for a while! Finished Result Worksheet
A simple game for juniors to get them practising saying their numbers, as well as writing high-frequency words. You might also use it to introduce basic statistics. Generously shared by Natalie Douglas.
Write your own multiplication or division number in the middle with the numbers to be multiplied or divided in the inner circle so that the students can write their answers in the outer circle. See an example here.
If you would like to change the numbers, simply download the Word document and makes the required changes. If you would like a blank multiplication wheel, click here. PDF WORD
Gratefully shared with permission from NZ Maths This activity is based on an ancient Chinese game in which players had to make given totals by using four single-digit numbers and the four operations. Thirty-one is a good target as there are many ways in which students can reach this score. Students could use a tally […]
This is a game of chance designed to give the students practice adding and subtracting small amounts of money while keeping a running total. In particular, it can give the students excellent experience in:• calculating mentally (with partners checking calculations)• using the memory function of a calculator.Some students may need help to interpret the problems, […]