Bake Off KS2 Differentiated Maths Challenge Cards

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  • Are the orange cards harder and the blue easier?

    , Jan 9th
    • Hi there natashafield
      The orange cards are the higher ability version and the blue cards are the lower ability version. These can also be downloaded separately under alternative versions below the pink download button.

      , Jan 9th
  • Great for meaningful fractions of quantities with lower KS2

    , Dec 2nd
Use this set of maths challenge cards to reinforce your teaching on The Great British BakeOff and test your students' knowledge. Great as an opening or finishing activity.
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This resource is available in Standard, Higher Ability and Lower Ability.
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