Vivid maths: Teach, Practice, Assess (TPA) – Number pack

This is the first of our series of TPA packs with 5 units, each with at least one interactive tool for whole class teaching, practice questions for individual exploration, a self assessment section and lesson and extension ideas. Many of these will also have associated apps for iphone and Android available.

Rounding whole numbers & decimals A TPA unit that covers rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000, rounding whole numbers to decimals and decimals to one decimal place.
Equivalent fractions & simplest form A TPA unit that covers identifying equivalent shape fractions, equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions.
Fractions, decimals and percentages A TPA unit on recognising equivalents and converting between fractions, decimals and percentages.
Negative numbers A TPA unit on ordering, adding and subtracting negative numbers.
Primes, factors and multiples A TPA unit looking at prime number and finding common factors and multiples.
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32 Responses to “Vivid maths: Teach, Practice, Assess (TPA) – Number pack”

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