Category: Pupils

Long Division Board Display

Classroom boards are very important when it comes to displaying useful information for children to use. Not only do they brighten up the classroom, they show visitors what the children are learning as well provide the children themselves with a helpful learning resource to use. Below I’m sharing my Maths Working Wall on long division and an amazing anchor chart…

Apostrophes for Possession

Are you learning about apostrophes for possession? If yes, then carry on reading! 1.Singular possessionExplanation: An apostrophe and the letter ‘s are used to show possession. Example: The girl’s bicycle. Note: In the example, the apostrophe indicates that one bicycle belongs to one girl. 2. Singular nouns ending in ‘s’Example words: James, Wales, Paris and Dickens. Explanation: Singular words ending in s can either end…

Donut Division

Division is one of the four basic operations of arithmetic. When we divide, we share a number equally between a certain amount of groups. Division is the opposite operation of multiplication or otherwise known as inverse operation. Knowing the multiplication facts, can help us work out an answer to a division problem. There are special names for each number in a…

5 Effective Additional Language Learning Strategies

Learning an additional language not only positively influences learning in general, but it also helps students to develop multicultural awareness. This often results to a greater sense of open-mindedness and empathy as well as academic proficiency in other subjects. Learning a language requires a lot of effort. But there are ways that can help speed up your progress. Read on…

Learn the names of 2-D shapes: triangles and quadrilaterals

The internet is full of educational videos to help you learn. Below are two great videos you can watch to learn about triangles and quadrilaterals. Learn the different types of triangles by watching this fun video. Learn the names of different quadrilaterals with Mr. Mathantics in the video below. Play some games to test your geometry knowledge. Have fun finding…

Punctuating dialogue

  We went from rags to riches today by playing this fun game! Can you become a millionaire, too? Look at the punctuation carefully and choose the right one! Make a mistake and you will start all over again so be careful! Click on the image below to play the game and practise your punctuation skills! Are you a bit…

Roman Numerals Game

Number systems developed over thousands of years and different parts of the world developed different systems.  The Roman numeral system is different to ours as it is not a place value system. So there is no symbol for zero. It works by putting 7 symbols together to make a number. How many numbers can you write? Have fun learning about…

Comparing and Ordering Numbers

Have fun comparing and ordering numbers with these two fun maths games by Ict games. Suitable for Years 2 – 4, just change the range to suit your year group objectives: Learning Objectives (U.K. National Curriculum)  Year 2: to compare and order numbers 0 – 100 Year 3: to compare and order numbers 0 – 1000 Year 4: To order…

Nature Crossword Puzzle

Crossword puzzles are a magnificent way for children to revise, practise spellings and learn new vocabulary. Check out this free nature-themed crossword puzzle, perfect for a science activity! This fun crossword puzzle will challenge kids with facts about insects and other creatures. It’s also a great way to practice spelling and word recognition.   To download it for free click…

Data Handling Online Games

The internet is full of data handling games and activities. These are some of my favourite ones that will help children understand how data can be interpreted and presented in various ways. They provide opportunities for data analysis using line graphs, bar charts and tally tables; perfect for lower key stage 2. Click on the images below, to be taken…