Year 1 

Teaching
Activity 
Resources 
Numeracy Word Problems

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Counting

Count reliably up to 10 objects, recall
pairs of numbers with a total of 10.

Identify pairs of numbers
with a total of 10.
By Phil Hart from:

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Year 2 

Teaching
Activity 
Resources 
Numeracy Word Problems

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Year 3 

Teaching
Activity 
Resources 
Numeracy Trail
(level 3?) 
Worksheets
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Football data
Words beginning with P
Sum Cards1
Sum Cards2

Maths takes Shape
For pupils at KS2 & KS3 
Fun activities that make pupils aware that
symmetry, reflections, translations and rotations are recognized
in many cultures.

Numeracy Word Problems

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Number Patterns

To count on in 5s from any 1 or 2 digit number

To
investigate patterns in a 100 square grid

To explain
how patterns change when the number of columns
in the 100 square grid changes
By Paul Turner from:

ICT
Coverage:
National Archives: NC Guidance:

Addition
By Phil Hart from:

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Multiplication
By Phil Hart from:

ICT
Coverage:
Multiplication grid in Word
To understand the relationship between multiplication and
division

Year 4 

Teaching
Activity 
Resources 
Numeracy Word Problems 
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Year 5 

Teaching
Activity 
Resources 
Investigations KS2
by Mary Stevenson 
Triangles/Number Patterns

Numeracy Word Problems 
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Ratio Lesson
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Year 6 

Teaching
Activity 
Resources 
Areas
by Jeanette Whiteman 
Area
of right angled triangles

Decimal Games
by Jeanette Whiteman 
Decimal Game 1
Decimal Game 2
At the Fair
Decimal Triathlon
Words and Triples

Measures
by Jeanette Whiteman 
Measures at Home

Mental/oral
by
Jeanette Whiteman 
LineUps
Instructions for Lineups
These are good
fun and can be used at the start of a lesson as a recap
or
at the end of a lesson as a consolidation.
They create
a considerable amount of mathematical discussion amongst
the children.
Give a card to each
student; the teacher decides whether the front of the
classroom is the smallest number to the back being the largest
number;
the children have to line up from front of classroom
to back in order of their answers.
LineUps can be
played as a twoteam race, as long as teachers give
out 2 sets of cards labelled A or B or coloured differently;
or LineUps can be played against the clock  the class
has to try to beat its time on the next occasion. The
same
set of cards can be used many times, because it is
unlikely that children will receive exactly the same card each
time.
Differentiation
can be easily achieved, as with all games:

by giving certain
cards to particular children (i.e. more difficult calculations,
concepts or wording)

by having team A
using easier cards and team B some harder ones and then
racing!

through the atmosphere
in your classroom  students will help each other.

I like to keep a
couple of 'more difficult' cards and ask for
volunteers to position them once the line is formed
e.g. 1.762 and
1.75999 or 1.6 and 1.75...

LineUp
1 and LineUp 2 given so far involve mental calculation,
but involving negative numbers or the probability scale ...
are good alternatives.
Line up 1
Line up 2

Using a Calculator
by Jeanette Whiteman 
Using different calculators
Calculator activities for INSET
Some thoughts on remainders

Numeracy Word Problems 
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Word
Problems
by Jeanette Whiteman 
Words
card game
Word
problems and grid
The
World in Numbers

Multiplication
By Paul Turner from:

ICT
Coverage:
National Archives: NC Guidance:

Classifying Quadrilaterals  Shape and Space

To classify quadrilaterals using side/angle
properties – NNS Section 6 p.103

Name and begin
to classify quadrilaterals, using criteria, such
as parallel sides, equal angles, equal sides, lines
of symmetry.
By Janet Hall from:

ICT
Coverage:
National Archives: NC Guidance:

Finding simple Percentages of Numbers

To find simple percentages of whole number quantities

To
find simple percentages of whole number quantities

To
develop calculator skills and use a calculator
effectively
By Janet Hall from:

ICT
Coverage:
National Archives: NC Guidance:

Fractions Lesson
By Paul Turner from:

ICT
Coverage:
Use of Powerpoint and spreadsheet software for main introduction
to lesson, oral and mental starter and pupil activities;
projector linked to laptop. PCs for group activities.

Angle Lesson
By Paul Turner from:

ICT
Coverage:
Use of PC protractor:

General resources 

Teaching
Activity 
Resources 
Numeracy Word Problems 
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Games using Maths 
These games will suit mixed age ranges and
can be played by students on their own or with parents or
teachers.
Start
playing... 
Maths
Takes Shape 

Maths
on Time 

Numeracy Trail
(level 3?) 
Multiplication
Measuring

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