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Adding ZING! and PIZAZZ! and FUN! in Maths to YOUR Primary classroom.
It's not often that you'll come across Maths worksheets that actually "hit the spot" in terms of what they aim for, without stifling student interest in maths. That's what you've come across on this website.
These Worded Problem Worksheets are:
FOUR Primary Levels. Our 3-Week Free Trial lets you and your colleagues see how they support all Maths programs!
Aussie, unique, fun, innovative Maths worksheets. Maths Co-ordinators,Teachers, Parents all find these worksheets incredibly helpful in building Maths problem-solving skills -- the kind of Maths that students need for their future!
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We DON'T aim to solve all the world's maths problems on the primary curriculum in one go.We FOCUS on weaknesses in solving WORDED Maths problems at primary school level.
These worded problem worksheets are the product of many years' experience teaching primary and secondary students maths.They have as a specific goal the use of everyday situations in the news, on TV, on Facebook and Twitter.
BUT . . . they need to be encouraged to think about the MEANING behind the sums. These worksheets address that very vital aspect.
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“The students really look forward to and enjoy their weekly problem solving adventures. Not only do they enjoy the challenges and the activities, it has really made a difference towards their degree of engagement and practical understanding of what real world maths involves. Many thanks!”
"The Ed Shop worksheets are a huge part of our resources and strategies towards making a difference in this area. Each teacher uses the worksheets differently. I personally have used your sheets EVERY Monday. I explicitly teach each question."
"Thank you for this year's amazing work. My teachers and students have thoroughly enjoyed them... and I have enjoyed working on building the 'Understand Operations' part of our numeracy programmes."
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2017-03-02 07:09:20WOW! Primary Teachers . . . A new school week! Be it the LAST week of Term 1, or approaching the FIRST week of Term 2, here's an opportunity to WOW your class with some FUN Maths Worded Worksheets. Written FRESHLY this week. Questions about the new ANGRY BIRDS movie, the new 2016 Aussie Olympic Games uniforms, and heaps more! Share these with your teacher friends!
2017-03-02 07:09:25Back in the "olden days", the Teachers' Union used to give some sage advice to teachers just starting a new year in the classroom. The advice was especially pertinent to teachers of Infant classes, but in reality applies to all primary school teachers everywhere. And the advice is simple . . . When a child gets home at the end of that first school day, the first question a parent will ask is, "What did you learn today?"
2017-07-19 00:06:01Could it that a few simple decisions — applied within just weeks — could bring about a genuine lift in student (and teacher) outcomes in these two vital curriculum areas -- MATHS and LITERACY? And, could it be that significant improvement, not only in academic performance, but also in developing all-important positive attitudes to learning in primary schools, could come at NO additional financial cost? Just better stewardship of the funding that’s already there? Could it be that toda
Declining performance of Australian students has created a wave of concern and raised questions as to the educational system of the country. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), an international assessment, has clearly projected the fact that Australian students are lagging behind many others hailing from advanced nations. Recent reports from PISA have also discovered that high performers in mathematics have significantly declined to 11% and this