# Tagged: square

## Types of number practice colouring fun

Here is a worksheet to give pupils lots of practice on identifying particular types of number. Perfect for a consolidation lesson. If they do it correctly the coloured boxes spell out the word FACTORS, which makes it easier to mark for you ðŸ˜‰ Click here to download the worksheet UPDATE: @StudyMaths has created a brilliant interactive online version of the...

## Target Boards- a good way of revising types of number and more

The idea of target boards has been around for a while now, and every time I bump into a maths AST, target boards are always something they seem to suggest. They are simple and good for revising types of number. Show your pupils a grid of numbers like this: Then say something like “how many multiples of 4 can you...

## Area and Perimeter Follow Me Cards

If you have never seen www.mrbartonmaths.com then you are seriously missing out! Mr B’s website is packed full of great maths teaching resources. These include some excellent ‘follow me cards’ for area and perimeter of squares, rectangles and triangles. I took this resource and slightly changed it so that the question and answers are not adjacent to each other on...

## Wanna be in my gang?

A great little game to get kids thinking about types of numbers. Think of a particular type of numbers that you want the pupils to guess. This could be square numbers, cube numbers, triangle numbers, even numbers etc… Tell the pupils that they need to guess a number between 0 and 100. If their number matches your hidden criteria then...

## Substitution Top Trumps

Do you remember playing the Top Trumps card game as a kid? Here are a couple of Top Trumps card game resources that will make any lesson about substitution really fun. Click here for the animal substitution Top Trump cards. Click here for the dinosaur substitution Top Trump cards. These are for higher attaining classes and feature brackets and indices....