Useful resources for when you are teaching maths.
Here are all the spreadsheets which have been produced by the NNS a wonderful selection to support lots of maths interactive whiteboard lesson.
A super resource to print out just about any type of maths paper you can ever possibly imagine.
This astonishing maths dictionary explains and illustrates 100s of maths words, from abacus to zero (via megalitre and regroup on the way). Made by an enthusiastic teacher so that gets the thumbs up from us.
Now Updated for 2012.
All your favourites are here to use on your interactive whiteboard. Lots of resources including Smart, Promethean and Powerpoints to support the renewed framework.
This is a great resource for teachers. Documents explain why children make the mistakes most commonly found after you've taught (what you thought was) the world's best lesson!
The old National Literacy and Numeracy Strategies come together to make the Primary Strategy. Planning and resources.
Forget trying to draw boxes in Word. This site has a lovely system for choosing exactly which numbers you want, with some preset examples. Go and have a look, you won't be disappointed.
This generator makes numeracy fans based on user input. You can also use this generator to make fan blades with UK coins. Numbers up to 3 digits work well, negative increments can also be used. Four example sets are included. Enter a start number and increment then press make fans. Use the decimal point point to add a decimal point on the last fan blade. The fan colours button toggles between b&w and metallic coloured backgrounds.
Enter words or numbers to make loop cards for literacy and numeracy games. Lots of preset examples - very cool!
Just what you need - free printable squared paper, including squares, grid, dots, hexagonal, circular, asymmetrical, etc. It's all PDFs to download.
Make sure that when you print these PDFs you don't scale them (e.g. turn off 'scale to fit') as this will mean the grid is not exactly the size you expect.
All you need to know about the New (ish) Framework for Mathematics from the DfES, Primary Strategy.
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