Teaching packs

Open-ended, interactive resources that you can call upon to crack a concept. Think Number Squares, Letter Fans, Flash Cards...classroom resources at your fingertips!

  • HANDLING DATA - Simple Graphing Tools

    HANDLING DATA - Simple Graphing Tools PACK +

    Add, display, compare and analyse data after conducting class surveys. These useful graphing tools allow pupils to switch between different representations - tally, number, block and spots. Although, on the surface, these are for data handling objectives, they also provide a great opportunity for adding and subtracting within a real context. The generic Interactive Grapher (to the left) has space for pupils to type in their own categories as the titles of the columns. Additional, topic-specific, graphers have images as well, enabling pictograms to be built. We have included a printable template to use for collecting data, by adding categories and then tallying.

    • 9 Activities
    • 2 Documents
  • NUMBER - Interactive Dice Toolkit (4-7)

    NUMBER - Interactive Dice Toolkit (4-7) PACK +

    A collection of dice roll activities - ideal for quick interactive whiteboard starters.

    • 5 Activities
    • 2 Documents
  • Mastering Maths - Counting forwards and backwards

    Mastering Maths - Counting forwards and backwards PACK +

    The TES iboard Mastering Maths progression provides KS1 learning materials with an emphasis on fun, creativity and imagination. Built around the new national curriculum, each topic aims to give all pupils a deep understanding of a specific concept or skill, incorporating approaches that have been successful in the Singapore maths curriculum. Aimed at FS2/Year 1, this topic covers 'Counting forwards and backwards to and from 10'. Learning is centred around a maths story featuring Wolf and the Rabbits, which provides a multitude of counting opportunities. Resources include interactives, board games, table top activities, oral and run-around games, as well as worksheets. This is the first of three topics in Unit 1. Click here for Topic 2. Click here for Topic 3.

    • 4 Activities
    • 21 Documents
  • Mastering Maths - Comparing and ordering numbers

    Mastering Maths - Comparing and ordering numbers PACK +

    The TES iboard Mastering Maths progression provides KS1 learning materials with an emphasis on fun, creativity and imagination. Built around the new national curriculum, each topic aims to give all pupils a deep understanding of a specific concept or skill, incorporating approaches that have been successful in the Singapore maths curriculum. Aimed at FS2/Year 1, this topic covers 'Comparing and ordering numbers to 10'. Learning is centred around a maths story featuring Wolf and the Rabbits, which provides a multitude of number opportunities. Resources include interactives, table top activities, oral and run-around games, as well as worksheets. This is the second of three topics in Unit 1. Click here for Topic 1. Click here for Topic 3.

    • 7 Activities
    • 24 Documents
  • Mastering Maths - Representing/using number bonds

    Mastering Maths - Representing/using number bonds PACK +

    The TES iboard Mastering Maths progression provides KS1 learning materials with an emphasis on fun, creativity and imagination. Built around the new national curriculum, each topic aims to give all pupils a deep understanding of a specific concept or skill, incorporating approaches that have been successful in the Singapore maths curriculum. Aimed at FS2/Year 1, this topic covers 'Representing and using number bonds'. Learning is centred around a maths story featuring Wolf and the Rabbits, which provides a multitude of number opportunities. Resources include interactives, table top activities, oral and run-around games, as well as worksheets. This is the third of three topics in Unit 1.  Click here for Topic 1. Click here for Topic 2.

    • 8 Activities
    • 19 Documents
  • NUMBER - Number Toolkit

    NUMBER - Number Toolkit PACK +

    These classic tools have a multitude of uses - explore adding, difference, multiplication and number patterns. 'Interactive Number Line' (the leading resource) is ideal for starting to count on, count back and to explore number relationships. 'Buzzing Along a Number Line' helps further providing a visual aid to counting on and counting back. The Number Square enables more numbers to be seen, ideal for place value investigations. Resources can be personalised, allowing you to differentiate, setting different start and end points as well as varying the step (see the How To guides and Top Tips). Finally, Function Machine is a fun way of predicting outcomes, or working out the operation (hide/show the function).

    • 4 Activities
    • 8 Documents
  • NUMBER - Sharks and Fish Number Story

    NUMBER - Sharks and Fish Number Story PACK +

    This collection of activities puts addition and subtraction in context, providing props for little maths stories. They are great for pupil participation, either through a child telling the story, or acting as props themselves, in an active learning situation.  The first activity, Counting Fish, provides a very flexible tool for estimating, counting and comparing, as well as storytelling. The shark performs 'take away'!

    • 3 Activities
    • 4 Documents
  • NUMBER - Alien Number Bonds

    NUMBER - Alien Number Bonds PACK +

    Now in one handy pack, along with supporting printables, these fun mental maths games are a collection of some of our most popular free and premium resources - all with an engaging alien theme. The lead activity, Evacuate Aliens, is a trickier challenge for children who can already add two numbers to totals of up to 20, but we've included activities appropriate for all abilities. See the Overview below for further guidance on how each game can be used to improve pupils' skills.

    • 5 Activities
    • 11 Documents
  • NUMBER - Spring Number Stories

    NUMBER - Spring Number Stories PACK +

    This spring-themed number pack has lots of opportunity for counting, comparing sets, totalling and working out differences. It is most suitable for younger pupils in this age range. The pack contains a simple story, featuring fairytale characters, which sets the context for this mini-topic and then uses lively, fun interactives to stimulate lots of counting and calculations. Printable resources provide all you need to set up table-top activities for the main part of your lesson. Banks of story-related maths questions are also provided for you to discuss with pupils, perhaps in small groups, using props. For further details of resources, see the Overview below.

    • 6 Activities
    • 13 Documents