This is a handy, bookmark-sized, resource for pupils who are learning about the circle in maths. It explains the terminology radius, diameter, area, circumference, arc and sector. There are two bookmarks per page. If you find that the bookmarks are too large, set your printer preferences to print two to a page.
This is a handy, bookmark-sized, resource for pupils who are learning about averages. It explains the terminology mean, median, mode and range. There are two bookmarks per page. If you find that the bookmarks are too large, set your printer preferences to print two to a page.
When pupils have learned their Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Facts, this test will assess how well they have learned them. It is a simple grid where pupils have to fill in the missing equivalent facts.
This Powerpoint presentation shows a selection of images from the pages of a 4th Class Maths Book from 1940′s Ireland. It shows examples of old money (pounds, shillings and pence), old measures of length (miles, perches, furlongs), old measures of capacity (gallons, pecks and bushels), old shop bills and much more. It’s a bit of nostalgia with lots of unusual language, but it might be worth showing pupils what 4th class pupils had to learn for maths in 1940′s Ireland. [click to continue…]
This maths video is to help pupils associate the numbers that add up to ten and, conversely the answers when you take away from ten. There’s a nice part towards the end of the video where pupils have to participate in taking away from ten.
This is a handy, bookmark-sized, resource for pupils who are learning equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. The most common fractions, decimals and percentages are included. There are two bookmarks per page. (.pdf file 44.2KB)
This is a handy, bookmark-sized, resource for pupils who are learning equivalent fractions and decimals. The most common fractions and decimals are included. There are two bookmarks per page. (.pdf file 8.68KB)
This resource has flashcards with vocabulary connected with buying and selling property. Whether you are talking about property for maths or oral language, these flashcards will act as a visual reminder. (.pdf file 25.3KB)
Nice Powerpoint presentation to help infant pupils with learning the numbers 1-5. It is really an activity that integrates other curricular strands also: it can be used for learning numbers in maths, oral language in English and oral language in Gaeilge. Source: Fiona Mahon (.ppt file 988KB)
I’m getting very positive reaction to the Maths Week Table Quiz that I posted on the site this week. Lots of schools seem to be using it and I’ve seen Tweets and blog posts mentioning it, so I’m delighted with that. I was also delighted to receive this resource by email today. These Maths Week [...]
Eight rounds of six questions, a tie-break round and answers to all questions on 127 Powerpoint slides. All questions are roughly based on the primary school mathematics curriculum. I’ve attempted to provide a variety of questions from different strand areas. Hopefully, there is a mixture of easy enough questions and some to challenge the better [...]
This is a handout to explain the conversion of numerals to Roman Numerals, from 1 to 1000. It also explains the rules surrounding working out how to write Roman Numerals eg. Do not subtract a number from one that is more than 10 times greater. (.pdf file 15.5KB) Download File
Teaching pupils about the language of maths is really important – especially for problem solving. This is a header, on three separate pages, for a maths display board which explains some maths terminology like this resource and this resource and this resource. (.pdf file 13KB) Download File
This resource (subtraction doubles) is a handy bookmark size to keep in a maths book/copy to remind pupils of the set of tables that they are learning in any particular week. There are two bookmarks on a page. If you find that the bookmark is still too large, set your printer options to print two [...]