PrimaryResources.co.uk
Advertisement

Hosted by:
Hosted by RM
Homepage
English
Maths
Science
ICT
History
Geography
Art
Design & Technology
Religious Education
Music
Physical Education
Modern Foreign Languages
Foundation
PSHE & Citizenship
Welsh
Topic/Theme
Seasonal Resources
Behaviour
SEN
EAL
Other
Assembly Resources

Support the site!



Our Other Site:

..from the creator of Primary Resources

 





Blog and Site News
Frequently Asked Questions
Send Feedback
Site Search
Facebook Group
Sixty Second Maths
Idea contributed by Kate Galloway

Kate writes:

'Sixty Second Maths' takes exactly that - sixty seconds! Children practise their sixty second maths sheet each day for sixty seconds as homework. The children follow a set trail of questions giving the solutions as quickly as they can until their time is up. The cell containing their last correct response is coloured in and dated. The next day the children try again and see if they can get further along the trail. The children see the progress that they are making each day. When a sheet can be completed in sixty seconds at home they 'perform' in front of the class. Successful attempts are rewarded and the next sheet is given.

I began with number bonds to ten; 2 x table (commutative and inverse examples included); 5 x table Number bonds within 20; 6 x table; 7 x table; Addition of three single digit numbers etc. etc. I have developed this to 13 x table. When the children have have completed all sheets they then repeat from the beginning but following the sheet in reverse (from finish to start)

IMPORTANT - Keep a ready sheet of the answers as the children rattle off the answers very quickly!!! I have found this to be extremely popular with the girls who are fiercely competitive.

Tips to encourage the boys to learn tables and number bonds please!




Advertisements:

In Association with Amazon.co.uk





©1997-2019 Primary Resources - Click here for Terms and Conditions - Help / About Us - Key to Symbols - Contact - Advertising - Cookies -Top of Page