This is a resource I made to assist in students understanding rotating half and quarter turns.
Students have to cut out the matching shape, and through this hands-on activity, students have to rotate the shape based on the half or quarter turn
Students thrass out words based on their phonemes
C A TCH
Students then draw picture to match the grapheme.
C for cat
A for ant
TCH for watch
Students may need reminding to not put individual letters in each box. It must be the
Students order objects based on their mass by hefting the objects.
Gets students being hands on with hefting and using familiar objects in the classroom.
The 4 boxes are to order 4 objects given by teacher.
They 2 grey boxes are to add something
Students can use these prompt cards when sharing their work during reflection/share time.
Allows them to reflect on the skill and on their work.
Very basic questions.
My grade 1/2s love them and are always keen to share.
Each player rolls the dice 3 times and
creates the biggest number they can.
Eg. 6 & 3 & 9 = 963.
Each player writes their number on their side of the board.
The person with the highest number/lowest number colours their box in.
Cut out the cards and stick around the room.
Each students get a worksheet and must look around room, solving simple subtraction sentences.
Students write answers in the grid, in the letter boxes.
Bit of fun, gets students out of their seat while
This is a display i had in my classroom with grade 1.
These were common writing goals I observed within my class.
These were displayed in my room with the students picture underneath.
Using word walls
Using commas and
This is a place value bingo sheet from 2 digit numbers to 7 digit.
Students are given a sheet (depending on their level of understanding) and students can choose which way they wish to make the number.
My students practise one activity a week, and
These are some writing goals that got sent home in communication diaries for parents.
These are great way to let parents know the progress of their child's writing. These are a great resource in support of my writing goals display resource which you
Make your own covered arrays (print off an array and cover with a smaller piece of paper.
Students use their knowledge of skip counting, equal rows and columns, as well as multiplication to solve the arrays.
Use this worksheet as support.
Hands on lesson on capacity using rice, water and sand.
Equipment needed- various sized objects to find capacity
Students estimate how many teaspoons/cups each container would hold. Students then work out the answers.
This is an additional resource to my 'Place Value Bingo- ways to make a number' resource.
This resource contains all the worksheets needed for place value bingo.
Last year my students just did it in their maths books, however my cohort this year