To make exploring counting patterns more exciting, consider downloading these worksheets.
In the first worksheet, students have to use their knowledge of how players score in basketball to decide how Bugs Bunny scored his points. This worksheet is
This resource outlines a fun and simple game for helping to build fluency in mental arithmetic. It contains three adaptations, making it suitable for all primary school age children. The theme is wizardry. Help students select the appropriate "spell
To make exploring counting patterns more exciting, consider downloading this worksheet.
Students have to count backwards, filling in all the blanks, until they reach zero to make the rocket launch. A variety of different backwards counting patterns
Are you a primary school teacher who has found the Daily CAFE framework useful in your classroom? SURF Maths provides a similar framework for teaching mathematics, specifically mental computation. I have provided a game-based activity which supports
This material is design to help you explore complements to 100 (e.g., 58+42=100) across two lessons with your students. The learning objective is: To look for patterns to help us solve math problems in efficient ways. Today we looked to make