Students use these NSW Foundation Font cards to make silly sentences. Students choose a pronoun, adjective, noun, verb and then prepositional phrase to make a silly sentence. This activity provides an engaging and fun way to learn about these
A game of memory that focuses on matching the partition to the answer e.g 50 + 3 = 53.
I have included 4 sets of 24 different coloured cards (3 two-digit and 1 three-digit for extension)
Game follows the tradition rules of memory where cards are
Addition Cards Memory - 24 addition cards and 24 number cards
Tradition game of memory but using addition to 20 cards!
Students will shuffle and place the cards on the floor ready to play memory. Students will match the addition sentence to the
This is my QR Class Library. Currently it contains 110 books and is regularly updated as I add more stories!
At the start of the year I introduce this to my class and teach them how to use the QR Code Reader (Numerous free Apps on App Store and
This is an editing book that focuses on capital letters, full stops and spelling mistakes. It touches on commas, exclamation marks and spaces. I will be adding to this booklet and making a second booklet so if there is anything in particular you
Two worksheets that work on partitioning three digit numbers with answers. Can be done individually after teaching the concept or in pairs to support student understanding whilst teaching the concept.
1st sheet: Uses Hundreds, tens and ones.