Are you looking for warm-ups that will cover all your content for the entire year? Warm-ups are the perfect way to engage students in revising previous concepts and introducing new ones. This bundle includes over 850 slides that cover the entire Australian Curriculum. It includes slides that are easy to edit, duplicate and shuffle. This will easily allow you to differentiate and cater for a wide variety of abilities in your classroom.
While we are navigating this global pandemic, I am more than happy for you to adjust this resource to best suit the needs of your class.
***Tips for Distance Learning***
- Share sections of slides with parents/students through e-mail or an online platform. E.g. release new sight word slides /grammar content / math concepts each week.
- Screen shot desired slides and upload as an image for students to complete on SeeSaw (or other platform).
- Display selected slides on your computer/smartboard. Work through a normal routine, filming the warm-up for students to access online.
- Follow me on instagram @mrschalmerscherubs for more tips or to have questions answered.
If you would like to see more about how I use these slides in my classroom, you can follow me on instagram @mrschalmerscherubs.
After quick way to assess students? Use my Year 3 Exit tickets as a diagnostic, formative or summative assessment.
Number and Algebra
- Ordering & sequencing numbers.
- Skip counting: 2's, 5's, 10's.
- Addition strategies (Jump strategy, Vertical addition).
- Subtraction strategies (Jump strategy, Vertical subtraction).
- Multiplication: Completing multiplication grids / 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's facts.
- Mental maths (addition, subtraction & division *editable*).
- Times tables: 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's.
- Doubling numbers.
- Doubles plus 1.
- Counting backwards and forwards.
- What's before and after?
- Continuing number patterns .
- Friends of 10.
- Odd and even numbers.
- Number bonds.
- Fact families.
- Understanding the link between addition and subtraction.
- Arrays: Drawing arrays and linking them to multiplication facts.
- Show me the number: Various ways to represent a number.
- Place value: MAB & popsticks (expanded form, identifying 10's and 1's, making numbers)
- Introduction to division: Working with different strategies and solving problems.
- Fractions: Recognising fractions, writing and drawing fractions, fractions on a number line.
- Australian Money: Recognising coins and notes, identifying and ordering value, matching money to prices, calculating change, rounding money.
- Angles: Recognising and drawing angles.
- What doesn't belong? Mathematical language development.
Measurement and Geometry
- 3D shapes: Recognising 3D shapes and identifying their attributes. Working with 3D shapes and nets. Making 3D shapes out of 2D shapes.
- Time: Reading and writing time on digital and analogue clocks. Understanding units of time.
- Time: Recognising Months, days in a week, months in a year etc.
- Location and transformation: Slide/Flip/Turn objects and shapes.
- Directional language: Over, under, clock-wise, right, left etc.
- Interpreting maps: Calculating distance / introducing coordinates.
- Measuring Capacity.
- Measuring Mass.
- Measuring Length.
- Calculating Area.
- Identifying symmetry.
- Reading grids and maps.
Statistics and Probability
- Interpreting data using column graphs and picture graphs.
- Language of chance & identifying the likelihood of certain situations.
-- Reading and interpreting graphs (with editable graphs and data)
- Identifying and explaining outcomes of chance.
*Note* I have included some slides from other Year Group PowerPoints as revision.