Tag: Freebie

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…

Seven-digit Numbers

Teach children about seven-digit numbers using this Powerpoint I created, trying to follow Kerri Miller’s footsteps, the lesson powerpoint specialist! 🙂 This powerpoint was created to go with the Busy Ant Mathematics Scheme, but it can easily be used on it’s own, that’s the beauty of it. It is suitable for Upper Key Stage 2. Children can use it as…

About Me Worksheet

Getting to know your kids, what a great way to start the new academic year, and them getting to know you of course! This worksheet hopes to aid the getting to know your kiddies part and allows them to share with you something about themselves that they think is important. It is suitable for Key Stage 2. Get this worksheet…

A tweet from your teacher – Freebie!

Effective, consistent and proactive communication is a must in today’s schools. As a teacher, it is up to you to find the appropriate means  to communicate effectively with both your pupils and their parents. Technology is the fastest way of communicating today, however I still like a good old-fashioned handwritten note, now and again. So why not choose these notes…

Just a little reminder!

Miss! Sir! The dog ate my homework… I left the assignment at home… I forgot to do it… Which teacher on this planet hasn’t heard of these excuses for work not being handed in on time? It happens to the best of us and sometimes we teachers even forget things at home, too! I know I do for sure!! Why…

Teach the Teacher Day! A great activity!

The end of year is always a more relaxed and dare I say creative time of the year. What with the bulk of the curriculum covered and the end of year tests over and done with, teachers are allowed some time to get creative and pupils benefit greatly! This year we tried out Teach the Teacher Day! We assigned a…

Summer Bucket List for Kids! Freebie!

Before school finished for the summer I asked my pupils what they would like to read on the blog over the holidays. They all requested ideas for things to do so that they wouldn’t get bored. This post is for my beloved pupils and for any others who are looking for something to do during their vacations. ❤ Click on the image…

Decimals, Fractions, Percentages with Football Maths Freebie!

Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages Fractions, decimals and percentages are all different ways of showing the same value. Follow these steps to convert from one to another. Fraction to decimal: Divide the numerator by the denominator Decimal to fraction: Multiply the decimal by 100; make the new number the numerator of a fraction with a denominator of 100. Simplify the fraction.…

King Henry Conversions – Freebie!!

It’s that time of the month again! FREEBIE time! If you enjoyed the ‘King Henry Died by Drinking Chocolate Milk’ explanation, then you’ll love this! ❤ King Henry Died by Drinking Chocolate Milk power point presentation! Just click on the freebie image below to download it for FREE!  It’s a power point I created for colleagues who wish to teach metric…

The origins of our number system – FREEBIE!

It’s freebie time!!! One of our first topics in Mathematics, in Year 6, is the history of our number system. This powerpoint was created to correspond to the Year 6 curriculum. The learning objective is for pupils to begin to recognise the historical origins of our number system and understand how it developed over time. I am delighted to share…