Here are some FREE resources that may be of interest for you – spanning both the KS1 and 2 curriculum.
You may want to use previous SAT questions as evidence for year 2 moderation. This document cross references SAT paper from 2016 – 2019 with the appropriate TAF statement. A pupil’s answers to a specific question in a tests or exercise can provide evidence that they have met a ‘pupil can’ statement. Teachers should use their professional judgement to determine whether an answer provides sufficient evidence to demonstrate that a pupil is secure in the knowledge or skill being assessed: this will vary according to the statement. Suitable for Year 2
Algebra Match – this activity requires matching algebraic expressions with a more simplified version. Suitable for Year 6
2, 5 and 10 times tables – this loop card game enables practise of the 2, 5 and 10 times tables. Suitable for KS1 or lower KS2.
Algebra Fruit Puzzle – a number puzzle which might fit within an algebra unit or just to start a lesson. Suitable for upper KS2.
Algebra Racetrack – a game for two player where pupils substitute a score into an algebraic expression. Suitable for year 6.
Adding to one – this activity is best done with a mini whiteboard. Pupils are given a value, either a fraction, percentage or decimal, and need to find the bond to 1 (or 100%). Suitable for upper KS2.
Bonds to 20 – this loop card game enables pupils to practise addition facts to 20. Suitable for KS1.
Decimal Settler – A simple starter or settler to practise the addition and subtraction of decimals with 1 decimal place. Suitable for upper KS2.
Factor Frenzy – a game for two or more players. Suitable for KS2.
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