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# Maths

## Collection by Debbie Eccles • Last updated 10 days ago

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The Bishops Primary School

Engaging activities to teach finding 10 more/10 less and 1 more/1 less.

Do I multiply or Divide? Use this great anchor chart to help students know what operation to do on word problems!

Fun Games 4 Learning: Math to Make Them Think! Great early finisher Idea!

Hands-on math activities for children who love blocks! You can use these printable counting and addition games with your favourite unit blocks to build math towers, supporting early math and fine motor skills. Math towers – block addition activity printables Early math skills need to focus on hands-on activities, where children […]

FREE Math About Me printable! Great to use with your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or homeschool students! Three different options available, so you can differentiate to best fit ALL student needs!! {freebie for second, third, fourth, fifth,

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What teacher doesn't love anchor chart ideas?! Okay, maybe not as much as we do, but thanks to http://pinterest.com/, we have acquired many useful ideas for anchor charts. We normally create these as a class on Monday during whole-class instruction. We usually watch a Brainpop video to help us fill out the chart. So our gift to you in this post is....drum roll please...a ton of anchor charts!! Enjoy!

Rounding Mountain- teaching kids to round to the nearest 10. Worked wonderfully!

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January focused on multiplication and division.

This is a mastery worksheet involving adding money. There is a mixture of operations , statistics and fractions to ensure that children are still being exposed to previously recapped and upcoming concepts/learning. I have included 12 varied fluency questions and 6 problem solving and reasoning questions. These questions allow the children to be challenged in a way that will stretch their thinking and learning, allowing them to master the topic. Many thanks for downloading this resource. I…