#### Reasoning Practise for Maths SATs

A set of questions based on number and word problems - includes rounding, reading data, percentages and ratio. This revision exercise is aimed at children working at the expected level

#### Basic Maths Concepts for GCSE with ANSWERS

Great mix of practice questions on : Simple Algebra Calculating times Standard Form Changing the Subject of the Formula Ratios Percentage Increase Exchange rates Percentages Useful from Years 9-11. Can be give as homework

#### What Was The Question? - Ratio and Proportion Special

Four sets of four problems where students have the answer but there are blanks in the questions which require filling in. This is designed to create discussion in class and hopefully provided natural differentiation (stretch the “top end” by finding the general solution where possible compared to finding a single solution). I will be using these as starters or plenaries as I believe they will develop deeper understanding of topics, but feel free to use them as you like (you will as you don’t need me to hold your hand).

#### GCSE Maths/Functional Skills - Afternoon Tea Mystery (Scaling up)

See if your students can work out what Paula needs to buy by working with recipes (scaling up), units of measure and problem solving. Put your students’ problem-solving abilities to the test by asking them to solve this mystery using the clues provided. This activity is really engaging and great for developing problem solving technique, resilience and logical thinking Solution provided Topics Covered Scaling up recipes (Ratio) Calculating with Metric measures Converting Imperial measures to metric

#### Angles and Ratio problems (foundation/crossover)

Mixture of angle problems which require an understanding of ratio to solve. Practice division of ratio into parts and knowing one parts. Understanding of angle facts needed

#### Distance Speed Time - Two Part Journeys

Warm Up If a single journey is split into two parts then we have distances, speeds and times associated with each part of the journey but also for the journey as a whole. The early problems involve all 9 measures (3 distances, 3 speeds and 3 times) but only 4 are given. Students must fill in the remaining 5. Main Investigation The later questions require students to think about the connection between all 9 measures in more generality. Other details Read the file labelled Read Me first!

#### Maths Problem How much does it cost to make a bacon sandwich?

A one lesson long maths problem devoted to answering this question. Differentiated to 4 levels and including a further extension. For the easiest it leads learners through the problems step by step. Moving to the most difficult where they will have to research the costs and work out how to calculate the cost independently. The extension task calls for students to present how and why their method works as well as consider how the problem changes if new ingredients are added. Because I work in a Special School we have access to a kitchen so I have been able to link this with life skills work on preparing food and to vocational learning about setting up and running a cafe. We have also been able to make sandwiches which has been very motivational. More problems like this to follow. A little tweaking may be needed for learners who don’t eat bacon.

#### GCSE Maths 9-1 Practise Paper 2H

A GCSE Maths paper designed to help you practise like a full exam by following the typical exam style and design. This paper features questions on topics such as: Surds and rationalising Simultaneous Equations Inequalities (Linear and Quadratic) Compound Interest Perpendicular Lines and Gradients Expanding Triple Brackets Pythagoras Theorem Indices Ratios I hope this is helpful in your exam practise, Paper 1 and 3 will be available soon also! Feel free to use in classrooms as extra practise if needed or as a private tutor, I would appreciate any feedback and rating my paper if you found it useful!

#### Year 7 Maths Bundle

This pack contains all year 7 programme of study directly mapped to the British National Curriculum and is designed for learners in year 7, key stage 3 (US 6th grade) Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 16 lessons

#### Ratio

20 Multiple Choice Tests All Answers Given

#### Angles and Ratios

A resource which requires you to use your knowledge of ratio and angles to solve problems.

#### End of Term Games

This activities are aimed at key stage 3 students but could be used as revision for students who are revising for their GCSE examination. Each round consists of four questions. Print the slides 8 to 13 on A4 paper and place one printed slide per table. Students are put into pairs (either by choice or teacher selection) and are given a copy of slide 14 and a few sheets of pieces of A4 paper. The pairs are designated a starting table and the timer (slide 2) is started. The students are then given 5 minutes to answer the four questions on that table. Once the five minutes is up the students move clockwise to the next table and start the next set of four questions and the timer of slide 3 is started. This continues until all students have completed the six tables worth of questions. The answering of the questions takes no more than 30 minutes. Students then remain at their final table, swap their answer sheet with the nearest table and the answers are produced. At this stage I go through the questions before revealing the answers. In this way the students have had a go at GCSE style foundation questions and have also seen a demonstration as to how they should have been answered. Finally, students add up their score and the highest score get a prize!

#### Ratio and Proportion Quizzes

PowerPoint designed to be used with Quizdom remotes, but would work as just PowerPoint quiz. Used with KS3/4 students, depending on their ability. Could be used as plenary or revision.

#### Pixel Picture: Equivalent Ratios

Colour in the boxes to make a little picture. Includes lots of misconceptions, lots of negatives and some fractional practice.

#### Equivalent Ratios Simplifying ratios

Some examples and non examples a task some example problem pairs another task a problem solving task a learning check

#### 2016 everything bundle

This bundle contains everything made available in 2016.

#### Mathematics - 9-1 - GCSE - Unit 03 - Fractions, Ratios & Percentages - Proportions and Decimals

Mathematics - 9-1 - GCSE - Unit 03 - Fractions, Ratios &amp; Percentages - Proportions and Decimals. Covers: Fractions, ratio and percentages Prior knowledge check Fractions Ratios Ratio and proportion Percentages Fractions, decimals and percentages Problem-solving Check up Strengthen Extend Knowledge check Unit test

#### Year Six - Autumn, Spring and Sum 1 (Follows order of White Rose)

All teaching slides for Autumn and Spring and Sum 1. Influenced by recent maths hub CPD training and mastery/CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Includes reasoning and problem solving activities to explore, model and discuss in order to teach the underlying mathematical concepts. Follows ORDER of White Rose teaching guidance. Join the Facebook group ‘mastering primary maths’ for preview lessons in the files section :)

#### Maths World Cup Challenge - Upper KS2 / Lower KS3

In this activity, children must help a Peruvian family - The Garcia’s travel to Saransk for Peru’s first game. Their job is to find the cheapest possible route. they have four possible flight options, various hotels and ways of getting to the game. Students will work in small groups and use their mathematical knowledge (number, fractions, percentages, problem solving, division, ratio etc) to find the best option for the Garcia’s. I used this in my Year 5 class and they LOVED IT! This resource comes complete with all the props (airplane tickets, hotel list etc), teacher instructions explaining the activity and a PowerPoint which shows children the correct method and mathmatically explains it. I hope your class enjoy the activity as much as mine, please leave feedback and check out my shop for similar resources!

#### Dividing in a Ratio puzzle

A puzzle to make the topic of dividing in ratio a little bit more interesting, inspired by a similar Don Steward task: https://donsteward.blogspot.com/2014/11/mobile-moments.html The numbers along the top of the bars tell student what ratio to divide the top number in. For example, on question 4, you should split 42 into the ratio 3:4 and put the answers in the bubbles. They should then split their answer of 24 in the ratio 1:2. Solutions are provided.

#### Vary and Twist: Dividing in a ratio

A worksheet attempting to combine Craig Barton’s ideas on variation theory (only changing one part at a time) and Dani and Hunal’s ideas around making students make choices. I’ve tried to build up to that. Maybe by trying to combine both I miss the point of each. Would love criticisms and thoughts.

#### Ratios and Direct Proportion

GCSE- A handout related to ratios and direct proportion which includes explanations and work examples.

#### World Cup Income

Comparing the Incomes of different countries competing in the world cup. Thank you to Oxfam

#### Ratio ( writing, simplifying, dividing into a ratio, writing ratio as fractions & problem solving)

This is a 4 lessons resources covering the following topics : Writing a ratio from wordy questions, Simplifying a ratio from wordy questions, Dividing into a ratio, Writing ratios as fractions, And problem solving with ratio. All answers are provided, and no printing needed! Please review :)

#### World Cup Maths Investigation KS2

Use the inverse (or trial and error at first) for doubles/halves to find the answers for the missing boxes in this investigation. Ideal for World Cup topic work or for a maths starter in Years 5 or 6. Could even be used as a whole school competition - or as an end of reward. Feel free to add more boxes for differentiation or change the ratios at the beginning to make it more challenging.

#### Visual Representation of Numbers to 100

This Flipchart is designed to be used for any age group. It is in line with the Teaching for Mastery curriculum as it includes a range of visual represenations of numbers within 100 including numicon. base 10 apparatus, place value counters, tens frames and coins. I have used it in Reception - Year 3. It will support basic understanding of place value within 100 as well as number bonds to 10, multiples of 10 and 100.

#### Inquiry: Chocolate Strategy

A 15-minute Mathematical Inquiry Assessment Item for Junior and Middle Secondary.

#### Ratio Treasure Hunt

A differentiated treasure hunt looking at writing and simplifying ratios. Choice of red, amber or green hunt, red is the easiest and green is the most challenging. Red - learners must write the ratio from a picture. Amber - learners simplify 2 part ratios. Green - learners simplify 3 part ratios. Scaffolded support sheet also available for the amber trail. Trail spells out a different message for each level.

#### Converting Currency

Ratio problems on converting currency differentiated task aimed at high ability pupils.

#### World Cup KS3 Maths starters and a World Cup lesson KS3

Here are two flipcharts one is a selection of starter type activities, the other is a lesson looking at types of numbers and statistics focussing on averages. Even if you use notebook you should be able to import these files. Most of the resources are created by myself though some have come from other freely available recourses online, Thank you for sharing and I hope you don’t mind me having used them here.

#### Vary and Twist: Simplifying Ratio

An attempt at some variation theory This one was hard. I spent ages rearranging questions and looking at what should be added. Specifically, I had a massive dilemma when it came to introducing fractions. I was trying to point out the ways in which simplifying fractions and simplifying ratio were similar, but I’m not sure that I haven’t just led students down the wrong path thinking they’re equivalent. For instance 5 : 6 is 5/11 and 6/11, not 5/6. Hmmmm. The variations I used for section A. An example where you can use a prime divisor The opposite way around. What happens to our answer. Order is important! Half one side. 8 : 5 becomes 4 : 5 One that’s already as simple as possible. Time for some questioning? How do you know you can’t simplify it? It’s not just reducing the numbers down. Here you have to multiply up. Deals with what simple is. I have changed this from the picture to make only one number vary from the previous question. Needs a non prime divisor. This isn’t really a variation, though. It has nothing really to do with the previous questions! Again, double one side Double both. Our answer does not double! Adding a third part of the ratio. Changes the answer significantly. Doubling two parts here. Our parts don’t double in our answer! If you amend this and it works better, please let me know.

#### World Cup Maths Week

A week of maths that I have planned to run alongside the world cup. It is aimed at year 5 but could easily be adapted to suit others. It covers a range of curriculum areas such as addition, rounding, interpreting timetables etc. I have included all of the images, resources etc that I used to allow for it to be edited. The resource doesn’t upload in the present folders so the order is as follows Day 1 - Day one task and team sheet with wages Day 2 - Question one, question two and question three Day 3 - Question sheet Day 4 - Stadium overview Day 5 - Table of players SMART presentation begins each day Images aren’t required for the lessons. I have included them in case you wanted to adapt, change or completely redo the planning.

#### Numeracy Ninjas Skills Focus: Ratio

Following in the spirit of the excellent Numeracy Ninjas by William Emeny (available on TES Resources or at www.numeracyninjas.org), here are some daily intervention skills focus sheets on Ratio which I am trialling with my classes. These are available free for you to use but please respect the copyright of Numeracy Ninjas name and logo. I would really appreciate your feedback on these as I’m trying to get more of these ready. Any fine-tuning you can suggest would be a great help. In my filenaming system KS4B does not mean Key Stage 4 set B. KS means key skills and 4B means sheet number 4 in set B - the original Numeracy Ninjas intervention being set A. There are 6 pages in file. The first three pages are the student activity, the last 3 pages are the answers.

#### Go and Find - Recipe Proportion Revision Activity

Another ‘Go and Find’ activity. Some of the questions are pretty difficult, best for a middle-high ability class. Give each pair of pupils an answer sheet, and they have to ‘collect’ tabs of paper from around the classroom, each with an answer on them. There aren’t enough answers for every pair to get one each, so they are competing against eachother. They lose points for incorrect answers, and there are a few red herrings to catch misconceptions. Takes a bit of set up but well worth it! Answers, pupil instructions and example of pupil work included. Can be adapted for different abilities, just be sure to change the answers on the excel document.

#### Multiple choice 17 - Inverse proportion

Another little activity for AFL, revision, starter or a plenary. Works well with mini whiteboards and adaptable to voting systems. Can easily be printed off for class use. Aimed at KS3 and KS4 multiple choice activity solving problems involving inverse proportion. Hope you find it useful Please leave feedback

#### Multiple choice 16 - Direct proportion

Another little activity for AFL, revision, starter or a plenary. Works well with mini whiteboards and adaptable to voting systems. Can easily be printed off for class use. Aimed at KS3 and KS4 multiple choice activity solving problems involving direct proportion. Hope you find it useful Please leave feedback

#### Speed Distance Time

15 questions on SDT are designed to expand students’ understanding of the concept and provide pupils with opportunities to visualise maths. Ideal as a whole lesson activity. It has a potential to transform independent students into collaborative learners who will communicate their ideas, share methods and discuss maths.

#### Number: Ratio Exam Questions (with Answers)

These are exam questions on ratio, including sharing a quantity, recipes and simplifying ratios. I predominantly use these for either homework or revision. Do view my excellent two lessons on ratio. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/number-ratio-2-sharing-a-given-quantity-and-ratio-problems-worksheet-11482233 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/number-ratio-1-equivalence-and-sharing-a-quantity-by-a-given-ratio-11303843 NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.

#### Equivalent Ratios Questions

A set of questions on equivalent ratios which increase in difficulty culminating in some which involve algebra.