Hello everyone! I'm sharing 2 posts today because I'm so pleased to get this resource out to everyone! During lockdown (and subsequent back to school time), I shared a load of different resources based on a question/prompt/challenge a day and you guys loved them! I posted the PE calendar for September last week (you'll find … Continue reading FREE DAY: September Maths calendars
Good morning! How are you all today? Over the past 2 months, I've been producing a calendar resource (there's a PE one and a writing version that I posted earlier this week if you like the look of these!). They're differentiated Maths documents for use in KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 and people have seemed to … Continue reading FREE DAY: July Maths calendars
Good morning! How are you all today? A few weeks ago, I produced some differentiated Maths calendar type documents for KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 and people seemed to really enjoy them! I had some requests for a June version, so here we go! As always, there’s a question a day for every day in June. … Continue reading FREE-DAY: June Maths calendars!
Good morning! How are you all today? I was sitting thinking the other day about quick ways in which we might be able to incorporate Maths (and English and EVERYTHING ELSE if I'm honest, but I started with Maths) into every day. I had a play around with some different formats and different set ups, … Continue reading FREE-DAY: Calendar Maths!
Well, week 6 is done and there's 1 more to go until half term... WHERE DID THOSE WEEKS GO? How crazy is that? To think that 6 weeks ago I was starting my journey to becoming a teacher and now I'm 6 weeks in... it has FLOWN. So how did my week go? It was … Continue reading 6 weeks down, 1 to go!
During a Maths learning walk last year I was in the Year 5 classroom and we were thinking about algebraic problems involving shapes, patterns and missing lengths. I produced the sheet attached which has 2 differentiated versions of the problems. We had spent the previous week looking at a few different variations on the same … Continue reading Free-day: Maths challenge!
In my job I'm quite lucky that I'm often called to cover for all classes! I created this resource for Year 1 to revise number bonds to 20. As you'll see there's a butterfly with a number on one wing, and then an empty wing. I explained what the children needed to do and they … Continue reading Lesson ideas: Number bonds to 20
To try and encourage my rather reluctant Year 6's this past year I decided to make a Magic Maths display with challenges on. There were 2 challenges per colour, and 4 colours. The children had to pick to do all set 1 challenges or all set 2 challenges. The challenges explored the 4 different operations … Continue reading Display: Magic Maths