This sample of primary maths materials from Badger includes weekly worksheets, problem solving activities and practice questions based on the Key Stage One and Key Stage Two tests.
The problem solving books are designed to help teachers meet the increased emphasis on using and applying maths skills and strategies for problem-solving.
David Baldwin developed the cartoon character Delbert in his own maths classroom, and found him hugely popular. All the ready-to-use worksheets in the Delbert books offer teachers rigorous content, but with a healthy dash of fun in the shape of Delbert and his cartoon antics, hints and tips.
* Delbert’s Practice Questions for Key Stage One Maths SATs.
* Delbert’s Weekly Worksheets for the Numeracy Hour,
* Delbert’s Practice Questions for Key Stage Two Maths SATs, for Years Five-Six
* Delbert’s Book of Practice Problems, for Years Five-Six.
This sample of Badger Publishing: Delbert Maths Worksheets offer rigorous content, but with a healthy dash of fun in the shape of Delbert and his cartoon antics, hints and tips. The sample includes practice questions for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two Maths SATs, worksheets for the numeracy hour and practice problems.
These photocopiable maths worksheets from Badger for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two are intended to help you, the teacher, to encourage and enable your pupils to cope with the demands of SATs.
These sample questions provide opportunities for children to explore the types of questions they will be asked. They also...
Aimed at primary, this resource looks at recognising and converting Roman Numerals. It contains an introduction to reading and writing Roman Numerals and an activity in which children practice converting Roman numbers to decimal numbers and vice versa. Also included is a game in which the winner is to the first to...
Aimed at primary, this resource contains three number activities which practise addition and subtraction of numbers:
*In Target numbers a robot is guided from the start to the finish of a number path adding and subtracting the numbers it lands on.
*Number pyramids ask children to add consecutive numbers to find...