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Flowcharts for shapes

Flowcharts for shapes

Flowcharts show the order in which a series of events is to be carried out. They are used for lots of purposes including; programming microcontrollers with instructions, mapping processes and sorting. An engaging activity in which students will make a flow chart to sort various shapes and ensure that each shape finishes in a unique place at the end of the flowchart. For the full resource please visit the IET Faraday website at: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/flowcharts-for-shapes/
IETFaraday
Data logging - difference calculations

Data logging - difference calculations

Data logging devices allow public buildings to monitor the number of visitors that are in the building at any one time. This may be essential for fire safety regulations or to prevent various areas from getting over crowded. An engaging activity in which students will use the data logger to determine the number of visitors at any one time to an aquarium. For the full resource please visit the IET Faraday website at: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/data-logging-difference-calculations/
IETFaraday
Analysing motor race performance

Analysing motor race performance

Modern data analysis techniques can be used to provide ongoing performance analysis of the vehicles in a motor race. However, even the most sophisticated of data analysis systems will only tell part of the story, they will often identify an issue, but will rarely provide a solution unless it is relatively simple. Additional expert input is normally required to interpret data and find solutions to problems. An engaging starter activity in which students will use data from one lap of a motor race to answer a series of questions. For the full resource please visit: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/analysing-motor-race-performance/
IETFaraday
Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

This giant bundle of resources is everything a teacher needs in the busy Christmas period. There are a range of numeracy tasks to suit all abilities. The resources are bright, festive and fun while still covering NC requirements. They can be picked-up and put-down between other 'Christmas' activities and the children really enjoy completing them.
crigdon
Data Collection and Handling - Social Media

Data Collection and Handling - Social Media

End of topic activity for Data Collection and Handling. Designed for a top set S1 (Scotland). Activity that involves designing a survey, considering the demographic that will be surveyed, and then displaying the data in a variety of formats after the survey has been completed. Extension tasks consider the effects of asking more people, or asking people of a different demographic.
jaynestg
VARIATION - Interesting and engaging powerpoint and associated activities for a number of lessons.

VARIATION - Interesting and engaging powerpoint and associated activities for a number of lessons.

Work for a couple of lessons on the topic of Variation, suitable for Key Stage 2 and could easily be adapted for use with older children. Includes: 1. A 31 slide powerpoint looking at the key ideas behind variation within a species. Includes lots of opportunities for fun and interesting discussion and participation. Part 2 extends into the differences between continuous and discontinuous variation. 2. 3 activities to collect and present data on variation within the class or group, differentiated as to whether you wish to discuss continuous and discontinuous variation in the first lesson. All files easily adaptable to suit specific requirements.
dmcockerill
CHRISTMAS 2D SHAPE - DATA PROCESSING/GATHERING

CHRISTMAS 2D SHAPE - DATA PROCESSING/GATHERING

CHRISTMAS 2D SHAPE DATA These resources have been produced to encourage pupils to recognise, locate and process a range of 2D shapes and then categorise these shapes into clear data – including TALLY CHARTS, BAR GRAPHS, CARROLL diagrams and VENN diagrams. This way of information gathering shows pupils how a range of data can be displayed. There are two sets of differentiated Data resources to process – Red Roof and Baubles. There is also a third set – Tree that requires pupils to label the charts before they enter the data. This resource is suitable for KS 2 children who are processing a range of data and have knowledge of a range of 2D shapes.
crigdon
Measuring skills and data collection and presentation

Measuring skills and data collection and presentation

10 Files for the teaching of measuring skills and data collection and presentation. Suitable for Year 4-5 but can easily be adapted to suit a more / less able group or different age group. Includes: 1. Measuring mass - encourages estimation of mass before measuring, a tricky but worthwhile for younger children. More able can convert between units. 2. Measuring volume / capacity - designed for measuring cylinders but can be adapted to suit available equipment. Includes activities to both read scales and fill containers to a given volume. 3. Measuring length - choosing suitable measuring equipment and accurate measuring. Extension sheet to introduce mixed units and conversion. For data collection and presentation: 1. Shoe size - simple tally chart of shoe sizes in the class and bar chart for presentation. 2. Pencil case classification - sorting objects into material properties - tally and bar chart. Will create interesting opportunities for group work, discussion and feedback. 3. Tennis ball - 2 Investigations into number of bounces from different heights and on different surfaces. Will reinforce skills learnt in measuring work. Tally chart and bar chart. Can be adapted to introduce the concept of averages to a more able group if required. 4. Variation (2 files)- collection of data - eye colour / height / hair colour / rolling tongue from the class and presenting bar chart. Can be used as an introduction to work on continuous and discontinuous variation.
dmcockerill
Math Guide - TI-84 Calculator Guide

Math Guide - TI-84 Calculator Guide

A math guide specifically designed for the TI-84, TI-84 Plus, and TI-84 Plus CE calculators. This guide helps students with graphing functions, evaluating functions, using shortcuts with functions, finding a zero, finding a maximum, finding a minimum, finding an intersection point, using zoom features, find a linear regression, finding statistical information, graphing scatter plots, graphing histograms and box plots.
MathAttractions
Year 5 - Interpret information in tables, timetables - Statistics - White Rose Week 6 - 7 (MASTERY)

Year 5 - Interpret information in tables, timetables - Statistics - White Rose Week 6 - 7 (MASTERY)

Covers White Rose Schemes - Block 3 - Week 6-7 In this pack you will receive 11 PDF printables, a 14 slide PowerPoint presentation and PDF answers pack. The worksheets include: mastery, extension and resource cards all designed for the 2014 curriculum that can be differentiated as detailed below: Worksheets: • Worksheet 1 – Interpreting information in a simple table • Worksheet 2 – Interpreting information in a descriptive table with reasoning • Worksheet 3 – Interpreting information in a two-way table • Worksheet 4 – Completing two-way tables • Worksheet 5 – Creating a two-way table from information provided • Worksheet 6 – Interpreting and completing information in a timetable (school weekly timetable) with reasoning • Worksheet 7 – Interpreting information in a timetable (train timetable) with reasoning Mastery + Extension Cards: • Create a table activities • True or False activities with reasoning • Work it out problem solving activities • Mastery question activities Resource Cards: • Key terminology cards • Square paper template PDF format (please set print option to fit). Thank you, The Digital Stationer
Thedigitalstationer