### Star Art - using parabolic curves

Fun With Lines. Templates to create 4, 5, 6 and 8 point stars. Draw straight lines connecting the dots on the templates and curves will magically appear such fun! (Parabolic Curves).Included: 4x student templates 4, 5, 6 and 8 point stars Example stars Easy-to-follow instructions (with images)The Process: Draw the lines.

### Math Basic Facts – BLACK BELT CHALLENGE

A basic fact challenge can your students pass all 10 levels to achieve their Black Belt in basic facts? Students are given a timeframe to finish a certain amount of questions with 100% accuracy in order to pass a level (timeframe and quantity of questions to be decided by each teacher).Each card has the answers on the back so students mark their own work no extra work for you!Level 1 White Belt addition (numerals 0-10)Level 2 Yellow Belt subtraction (numerals 0-20)Level 3 - Orange…

### Strategy Board Games for Critical Thinking

This is a set of 10 board games that work on STRATEGY rather than CHANCE. The only equipment you need is counters/markers.Provided in both colour and black/white.Easy-to-follow instructions are written on the game boards.All games are for 2 players.These games develop skills such as: strategic thinking logical thinking spatial perception planning ahead social interaction (not played on a screen!)Games: Spiralin Slide it!

### Repeating Patterns – cards, strips and activities

The ultimate resource to help you teach REPEATING COLOUR PATTERNS.10 Different Pattern Sequences: ABABCAABABBABCDAABCABCCAAABAABBABBCIncluded: 10 pattern cards provided in 4 different formats. 30 pattern strips copy the pattern. 30 pattern strips continue the pattern. 30 pattern strips identify the missing cube(s). 24 Clip and flip cards. 24 Pattern hunt cards. 6 Worksheets. 4 Blank templates.Please click on the PREVIEW button to see examples and a copy of the contents page.All…

### Alphabet and Number Flies

A set of alphabet (a-z) and number (0-100) flies for your classroom. Use them in any way you wish. Suggestions for use include: Play Swat the fly! - Put the flies on the floor, on a pin board, or hang them. Say a letter/number. Your students find the fly and swat it. (You will need to provide the fly swatter).

### Multiplication and Division Wheels

Multiplication and Division wheels for the x1 to x12 facts. A great craftivity to help your students learn and practise the instant recall of their multiplication and division facts. How to make: colour / decorate cut out the two wheels and along the dotted lines between the numbers glue the top and bottom wheels together (in the centre only) fold back the flaps write the answers under the flaps ready to use!

90 grocery cards (6 per page)Write your own price - this allows flexibility for tailoring them to the learning goals of your students.Suitable for a money unit or imaginative play.********************************************************************** Suzanne Welch Teaching ResourcesTpT credits Earn TpT credits by providing feedback on this product after you purchase it.

### Playdough Number Mats (New Zealand font)

Playdough Number Mats - Numbers 1-10 Your students make a playdough number and place it on the number on the card. Then they make some objects for the picture (a small picture in the bottom left corner of each card indicates what they need to make and place on the big picture).Make 1 spider for the web.Make 2 fish for the fish bowl.Make 3 cupcakes for the plate.Make 4 butterflies for the gardenMake 5 buttons for the shirt.Make 6 sausages for the fry pan.Make 7 apples for the tree.Make…

### SHAPE GAMES - 2D, 3D and Regular Polygons

Shape Games - 2D, 3D and regular polygons. 4-in-a-row dice game.

### New Zealand Sight Words – Graphing

47 graph templates using NZ sight words from the Magenta to Orange levels.Students circle the words, colour the graph and write the number in the circle below.A great way to cover literacy and numeracy at the same time.The graphs progress in difficulty: At the Magenta level students are only working with a few words on a simple 5x4 graph.

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