This pack contains four maths games for students to try.
These Fractions Cards can be printed and used to compare fractions, show equivalence and model adding and subtracting fractions.
The Doubles Cards show doubles up to 20 within 10-frames, helping children to visualise these number facts. The cards need to be cut out. Turn over one card at a time and the children say the double fact shown on the card.
Bordering 10 cards
The bordering 10 cards help children to see how single-digit numbers are broken down for addition calculations that border 10.
Factors and multiples game
Read this description from Nrich of how to play the Factors and Multiple game. The Factors and Multiples grids can be used to play: there are 1-24, 1-40 and 1-50 grids. Use the Factors and Multiples Next Move grids to think about the best next move. This will allow you to model to children the process of thinking a few moves ahead.
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