Ambleside C.E. Primary School
This webpage contains an archive of old but popular learning activities developed some years ago and they are no longer maintained. Teaching tools, tests, games and much more... At Ambleside we involve children in all parts of the process of designing and creating content for our website.
Math Rotations: Fact Practice
Thanks for hanging with me on this Math Rotations Journey. Although I am now describing the last "rotation"-ish, please know I have lots of extra posts I will be doing to follow-up on some of the ideas I have introduced. And, if you know me {which many of you do!}
Tim Winton's Palm Sunday plea: Start the soul-searching Australia
Comment For the past few years, as traumatised people have fled towards safety, towards what they believed was a civilised and compassionate haven, our national peace of mind has been built upon the hidden, silent suffering of others. Photo: Angela Wylie Palm Sunday commemorates the day an itinerant prophet spoke truth to power.

Early Years & Key Stage One (KS1) Maths Teaching Resources & Printables
Shape, Space and Measures DCSF ‘Numbers and Patterns’ Maths/Numeracy display banners (Ref: SB2363) Colourful banners for your ‘Maths’ or ‘Numeracy’ displays.
Math Rotations: Math Centers
Warning: Information Overload! I will have to say that Math Centers took me the longest out of any of these to wrap my head around, to practice with my kiddos, and the one that I am still working on perfecting. I will share what I have done so far, but please-pretty-please share your tips and strategies below!!

Classroom Timers - Fun Timers
We've decided to put our new fun timers, and timers for classrooms into a nice sub-section. These are great timers for children, or maybe meetings, or anything really. They just add some extra fun to the usual countdown timers :-)
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Math Rotations: Lesson Work
There are lots of chevron color options for you to choose from (teal, blue, purple, gray, green, orange, and red) as well as a plain background. Included are the posters you see below, each with a description underneath that still shows up beautifully if you wanted to make bookmarks (easy tutorial HERE). I don't use "Rotation One" or "Group 1" but I thought some of you might like that, so I included Rotation & Group 1-4 in each color as well... it's a huge file ;) Onto how I do Lesson Work. If you've been following my Math Rotations Series, you'll know that my main lesson delivery model is set up around I do. We do.