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GCSE 9-1 Geometry Questions (Bundle)

GCSE 9-1 Geometry Questions (Bundle)

These carefully selected compilations of exam questions have fully-worked solutions designed for students to go through at home, saving valuable time in class. Click 👉 tes.com/…/Exam Question Bundles… to download the other four bundles.<hr>I usually print these questions as an A5 booklet and issue them in class or give them out as a homework. I also make them available for a student who wants to do focused independent study on a topic.<hr>👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…
Maths4Everyone
Roll-a-topic GCSE foundation Geometry Revision

Roll-a-topic GCSE foundation Geometry Revision

A revision activity that can be used for KS3 or foundation GCSE pupils. Can be implemented in lots of ways. I ask pupils to get into pairs, take turns rolling two dice to form a co-ordinate and attempt to solve the corresponding question. Pupil put their initials on problems they have solved and after 30-45 minutes stop and count who has solved the most. Very engaging for year 10 and 11 foundation GCSE pupils. If you use this resource please leave a review! :)
prescott72
Pythagoras Theorem

Pythagoras Theorem

6 Worksheets on Pythagoras from the basic introduction to problems including pythagoras in 3D Pythagoras1 is 10 questions on calculating the length of the hypotenuse. **Pythagoras2 **is 10 questions on finding a shorter side. **Pythagoras3 ** is a mixture where the student will need to decide whether the unknown is the hypotenuse or not. Pythagoras4 is for more able students and involves two triangles where the theorem will need to be applied twice. Pythagoras5 Consists of applications of Pythagoras and worded questions. Pythagoras6 is five questions involving 3D applications of Pythagoras Pythagorasans is the answer sheet for all 6 worksheets
happymathematician
Fortnite Bearings Fun

Fortnite Bearings Fun

If you haven’t heard your students talking about Fortnite then where have you been? 45 million people play the shooter game Fortnite and I can’t stop the kids I teach from talking about it. This activity incorporates lots of different concepts: Ratios/Scales Bearings Speed, distance, time Pythagoras Area problem solving Edit and remove questions as you want. If you print at 100% the scale will be 1.5cm to 250m Otherwise you might have to give it a measure if you print to fit Also: The locations from the bearings are locations required for one of the challenges this season to get them even more engaged. Half my class have taken the work home to finish so they can gain in game rewards
tree1568
3D Pythagoras Problems

3D Pythagoras Problems

A collection of six questions designed to challenge students when they have ‘mastered’ conventional uses of pythagoras theorem. All questions work as great revision for GCSE, and a nice stretch challenge for KS3 too.
MuscleMaths
Triangle properties revision activity

Triangle properties revision activity

An always, sometimes, never activity looking at various properties of triangles (angles, sides, perimeter, area, symmetry and a few more). Includes a wonderfully sneaky (but potentially confusing!) example of triangle area sometimes being the product of the lengths of all three sides. A good way of stimulating discussion, revising a range of topics and exposing misconceptions. Please review and give feedback, whether you like the activity or whether you don’t!
danwalker
Bundle Pythagoras Equations Algebra Maths Worksheets

Bundle Pythagoras Equations Algebra Maths Worksheets

A great bundle. All answers provided. 100 Questions on Pythagoras Answers Provided 1 1000 questions Equations Single Variable Mathematics KS2 Algebra 2 Teaching Resources 100 worksheets Time Passages KS2 Maths Mathematics 1 Table Drills Mathematics Multiplication
auntieannie
Trig-Sta 18 - two nets based on  latest World Cup Telstar, with trig reminders as logos

Trig-Sta 18 - two nets based on latest World Cup Telstar, with trig reminders as logos

I was so intrigued by Matt Parker on You Tube (Geometry of Footballs) that I thought I would see if I could model the latest World Cup ball, the Telstar 18 - these are the results. You have a one sheet one piece net and a DeLuxe 6 sheet model. The shoe company’s logo that usually adorns these balls is based on a 30-60-90 RAT and so I thought some revision notes on Pythag and Trig might work. I’ve included some design notes on the shoe company’s logo in the ppt. So far in the Platonic League, cubes ruled until 1970 - when the Telstar a truncated icosahedron held sway until Germany 2006 with a dodecahedron, then South Africa 2010 with an octahedron. But the cubes fought back in Brazil and now Russia. Tetrahedron anyone?
AndrewDade
Elevations and depressions lesson

Elevations and depressions lesson

Lesson includes Title, date, objective, success criteria, key words Starter Discussion task Definitions and examples AfL whiteboard Differentiated questions and solutions Elevations and depressions activity Accessible for lower ability and challenge high ability Plenary FUSE Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
Geometry Skills Color By Number Bundle 2: 10 More Skills

Geometry Skills Color By Number Bundle 2: 10 More Skills

With these activities, students will enjoy practicing their geometry skills as they have fun creating beautiful, colorful mandalas! These activities are an excellent choice for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. These engaging activities are especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break! Teachers and students alike enjoy motivating activities, so engage your students today with these fun activities! These 10 activities include: These 10 activities include: Angle Addition Postulate Angle Bisectors of Triangles Angles In Quadrilaterals Areas of Regular Polygons Centroids of Triangles Distance Formula Exterior Angle Theorem Measuring Line Segments Midpoint Formula The Pythagorean Theorem and its Converse Coloring is a great way to get your students motivated and interested in practicing and reviewing their geometry skills! In addition, these activities are great for emergency sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, skills reinforcement, and extra credit. As an added bonus, the completed worksheets make fabulous classroom decor! With a savings of over 30% off if the activities were purchased separately, this bundle is a win-win for everyone! Thanks and enjoy your new product!
charlotte_james615
Geometry bundle! (Circles, angles, perimeter, area, Pythagoras, similar shapes, transformations, volume and surface area)

Geometry bundle! (Circles, angles, perimeter, area, Pythagoras, similar shapes, transformations, volume and surface area)

All my geometry resources in one handy place! £20 when sold separately, but only £16 when bought as a bundle! 20% saving! Please feel to browse the individual resources in my shop for more info on each. The bundle includes ready to go lessons, with: Starters, Animated examples and Differentiated questions with answers! Bundle includes lessons on: Circumference of circles, Area of circles, Finding arc length, Area of sectors, Calculating angles, Angles in triangles, Angles in quadrilaterals, Angles on parallel lines, Converting between units of measure, Perimeter and area, Area and perimeter of triangles, Area of parallelograms and trapeziums, Introduction into Pythagoras - finding t length of a hypotenuse, Finding the length of a shorter side in a right angled triangle using Pythagoras, To use Pythagoras in 3D shapes, Recognising similar shapes, Finding the area of similar shapes, Finding volume of similar shapes, Reflection, Translation, Rotation, Consolidation of transformations, Volume and surface area of cuboids, Volume of cones, pyramids and spheres, Volume of other shapes, Surface area of prisms, Surface area of cylinders, Surface area of cones and spheres, Surface area of cones using Pythagoras! All these lessons will keep you going for weeks! I really hope this bundle helps your planning and work/life balance. Thanks =]
stephigittins
Pythagoras theorem lesson

Pythagoras theorem lesson

Lesson includes Title, date, objective, success criteria, key words Starter - solutions Investigation Facts on the topic Definitions and examples AfL whiteboard Differentiated questions and solutions Accessible for lower ability and challenge high ability Plenary FUSE Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
3D Pythagoras worksheet

3D Pythagoras worksheet

3D Pythagoras multiple shapes. Accessible for low ability and challenging for high ability. Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
3D Pythagoras lesson

3D Pythagoras lesson

Lesson includes Title, date, objective, success criteria, key words Starter Discussion task Definitions and examples AfL quick fire questions AfL Whiteboards Differentiated questions and solutions Treasure hunt activity Accessible for lower ability and challenge high ability Plenary FUSE Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
Pythagoras' Theorem: Shorter Sides Lesson and Progression Grid

Pythagoras' Theorem: Shorter Sides Lesson and Progression Grid

A lesson powerpoint and differentiated task of progression grid that I made on how to find the shorter side of a right-angled triangle using Pythagoras’ Theorem. How to use the progression grid is explained on one of the powerpoint slides. Answers will be uploaded shortly Any reviews or comments of how I could improve the resource would be very much appreciated.
d3llgurl
Crack The Safe - Pythagoras

Crack The Safe - Pythagoras

Six questions on Pythagoras with ten possible solutions. This allows students to check their own work to an extent; if their answer does not appear in the “possible answers” section then they need to check. Designed to be used as a starter or plenary.
alutwyche
Pythagoras' Theorem Stack up

Pythagoras' Theorem Stack up

A worksheet to test they can find missing sides of a right angled triangle, with the added step of finding the area at the end. I recommend my class use surds for accuracy, if however you allow them to round it does lead to interesting discussions about why their answers are slightly different.
katylnewman
Pythagoras' Theorem Worksheets

Pythagoras' Theorem Worksheets

A set of worksheets for Pythagoras’ Theorem. One is for when the hypotenuse is missing, and includes problem solving and applied questions. The second is mixed questions including again problem solving type questions. Solutions are also provided. They are suitable for more able KS3 and Foundation/GCSE candidates
katylnewman
Crack The Safe - 3D Pythagoras and Trigonometry

Crack The Safe - 3D Pythagoras and Trigonometry

Six questions with ten possible answers - students can self-mark these (if their answer is not an option they need to check their working). This involves 3D Pythagoras and trigonometry with a cuboid, a triangular prism and a square based pyramid. I would use this as a starter or plenary.
alutwyche
USA Mega-Bundle

USA Mega-Bundle

This is a mega pack of USA worksheets using US standard units (imperial measurements). All answers are included. If bought independently , these 9 resources would cost £20.50, but I am offering them in this bundle for £14.00, a saving of 32%. To view items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
Geometry

Geometry

This bundle includes all of the escape rooms listed below. Important: All these products sell for $35; as a bundle they are 35% off, for $22! Each escape room has the following contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Maze Decoder, Tarsia Puzzle, and Message Decoder ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
ScienceSpot
Pythagorean Theorem

Pythagorean Theorem

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with pythagorean theorem. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Message Decoder, and Maze ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
ScienceSpot
Pythagoras' Theorem Series of lessons

Pythagoras' Theorem Series of lessons

Please be reassured that when downloaded the slides are all properly formatted and animated, the preview does not do justice. This is a 3 lesson pack for teaching Pythagoras’ Theorem. I would aim this at top level foundation and higher as some of the questions are higher order and involve applying other skills. It includes questions on missing hypotenuses and shorter sides, as well as applied questions leading to finding areas of isosceles/equilateral triangles and other shapes. Included are also questions on missing diagonals in squares and rectangles. Answers are included for all (including worked solutions for all questions and exam questions), and I would recommend calculator use throughout.
katylnewman
GCSE 9-1 Foundation Revision Maths Mega-Bundle

GCSE 9-1 Foundation Revision Maths Mega-Bundle

This is a mega pack of GCSE 9-1 foundation worksheets. All answers are included. If bought independently, these 6 resources would cost £15.50, but I am offering them in this bundle for £10.50, a saving of 32%. Included in this bundle are: Maths GCSE 9-1 Exam Preparation and Practice Questions – Diagnostic Tests This pack includes two 20 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics at GCSE 9-1 Foundation Levels 4 to 5. A full answer key is included for each test and can be used for pupils to self-mark. A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to focus their revision. Revision Homework – Maths 100 mixed revision questions on 7 worksheets. Suitable for GCSE 9-1 foundation maths or Key Stage 3 revision. All answers are included. Maths - Exchange Rate Questions 3 worksheets on exchange rates. These are easy whole number exchange rates with Euros, UK pounds and US dollars. They are brilliant for introducing exchange rates to Key Stage 3 or for foundation GCSE 9-1. They can be used non-calculator. All answers included. Maths - Angles in triangles and quadrilaterals - GCSE Revision GCSE questions on angles in triangles and quadrilaterals. Questions involve giving reasons for each stage of the working out as well as finding the angle. All answers are included. Maths - Direct proportion with Money – GCSE – Revision UK - Direct Proportion questions involving money and harder questions with both money and kg to gram conversions. Money is in UK pounds £ and pence. Non-calculator. All answers are included. Estimating and Approximating - Maths 5 worksheets involving estimating the answers to questions by rounding each number to one significant figure. These are non-calculator questions. All answers are included. To buy these items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
Interactive pythagoras question generator and solver

Interactive pythagoras question generator and solver

An interactive geogebra applet that generates pythagoras questions. Good for use on an interactive whitebaord or projector. You can generate random length problems at a press of a button as well as specific shorter side/longer side questions. You can hide/reveal the squares in each questions as well as the answer. Please ensure you have geogebra installed on your machine or use the web link to show the applet in a web browser without the need of installing geogebra.
ward309
Mathematics Revision Mats

Mathematics Revision Mats

Please use these mats as a revision games to play in groups in the classroom. They should be printed on A3 paper and laminated so that it can be re-used. This means that students can write their initials on their square instead of using counters. The way the game is played can be manipulated. However, the main instructions are as follows (also included on sheet): Roll Two Die to Create a Co-ordinate. Place your coloured counter on the square that the roll corresponds to. If answer is correct, receive points as follows: Points: Red squares are worth 1, Yellow squares score 2 points, and Green squares score 5 points Grades: Red squares are 4/5 Grade, Yellow squares and 6/7 Grade and Green Squares and 8/9 Grade answers Please use a great revision resource for group work. Please also leave any feedback for future revision mats and how to improve them.
14bensona
Area and Perimeter Mega-Bundle Maths GCSE Revision

Area and Perimeter Mega-Bundle Maths GCSE Revision

This is a mega pack of area and perimeter worksheets. All measurements are in centimetres. All answers are included. If bought independently , these 5 resources would cost £11.50, but I am offering them in this bundle for £7.50, a saving of 35%. Included in this bundle are: ** Area and Perimeter of Rectangles** There are 7 standard rectangles to find the area and perimeter of and then there are 3 compound rectangle shapes, which are quite a challenge! Area and Perimeter of Rectangles – Maths GCSE Revision There are 4 differentiated worksheets to find rectangle area, perimeter and backwards to find the length. Area of a Trapezium Worksheet – (cm) – Revision - GCSE – maths There are 10 questions, which if done without a calculator, are very good for practising multiplying and dividing methods, as well as the formula for the area of a trapezium. Maths - Find the shaded area (cm) There are 4 questions involving an equilateral triangle inside a square. The shaded area outside the triangle is to be found given the perimeter of the triangle. Maths – Find the perimeter (cm) There are 4 questions involving an equilateral triangle inside a square. The perimeter of the square is to be found given the perimeter of the triangle. To buy these items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
Maths Revision Mat: Geometry & Measure

Maths Revision Mat: Geometry & Measure

Please use this mat as a revision game to play in groups in the classroom. This should be printed on A3 paper and laminated so that it can be re-used. This means that students can write their initials on their square instead of using counters. The way the game is played can be manipulated. However, the main instructions are as follows (also included on sheet): Roll Two Die to Create a Co-ordinate. Place your coloured counter on the square that the roll corresponds to. If answer is correct, receive points as follows: Points: Red squares are worth 1, Yellow squares score 2 points, and Green squares score 5 points Grades: Red squares are 4/5 Grade, Yellow squares and 6/7 Grade and Green Squares and 8/9 Grade answers Please use a great revision resource for group work. Please also leave any feedback for future revision mats and how to improve them.
14bensona
Pythagoras harder problems

Pythagoras harder problems

A set of challenging activities using Pythagoras’ theorem. Activities included: Starter: Given two isosceles triangles, pupils work out which one has the larger area. Main: Examples/practice questions, followed by two sets of questions on the theme of comparing area and perimeter of triangles. Both sets start with relatively straight forward use of Pythagoras’ theorem, but end with an area=perimeter question, where pupils ideally use algebra to arrive at an exact, surd answer. Plenary: Not really a plenary, but a very beautiful puzzle (my take on the spiral of Theodorus) with an elegant answer.
danwalker
Proving Pythagoras' theorem

Proving Pythagoras' theorem

A few activities on the theme of proving Pythagoras’ theorem, including a version of Perigal’s dissection I took from another TES user. The intention is to encourage discussion about what proof is, and to move pupils from nice-looking but hard to prove dissections to a proof they can make using relatively simple algebra (expanding and simplifying a double bracket). Please review if you use it, like it or even hate it!
danwalker
Andy's SSDD Questions 4  - Hobbies

Andy's SSDD Questions 4 - Hobbies

This idea is from Craig Barton and is an excellent one (check them out his at website); essentially it is four questions based on the same information. There are four here which use ratio, Pythagoras, time, fractions, probability, percentages and measures as well as other topics. This really should create discussion and a deeper understanding of the topics covered on top of ensuring that students actually read the question. I hope these are worthy! I will be using these as starters or plenaries.
alutwyche
Pythagoras' theorem - applied to coordinate geometry problems

Pythagoras' theorem - applied to coordinate geometry problems

A complete lesson on the theme of using Pythagoras’ theorem to look at the distance between 2 points. A good way of combining revision of Pythagoras, surds and coordinates. Could also be used for a C1 class about to do coordinate geometry. Activities included: Starter: Pupils estimate square roots and then see how close they were. Can get weirdly competitive. Main: Examples and worksheets with a progression of difficulty on the theme of distance between 2 points. For the first worksheet, pupils must find the exact distance between 2 points marked on a grid. For the second worksheet, pupils find the exact distance between 2 coordinates (without a grid). For the third worksheet, pupils find a missing coordinate, given the exact distance. There is also an extension worksheet, where pupils mark the possible position for a second point on a grid, given one point and the exact distance between the two points. I always print these worksheets 2 per page, double sided, so without the extension this can be condensed to one page! It may not sound thrilling, but this lesson has always worked really well, with the gentle progression in difficulty being enough to keep pupils challenged, without too much need for teacher input. Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
SSDD GCSE Revision Questions

SSDD GCSE Revision Questions

Four SSDD maths starters (or plenaries) to help revision for GCSE. All the SSDD questions within a set have the same starting information, but ask different things. This means that students need to read the wordy part of each question. Solutions are included so you could e-mail pupils the PowerPoint for self study. You could also print all four SSDD tasks on a single sheet of A4 and set as a homework. The PowerPoint is interactive and optimised for large-screen display – it can be seen clearly from all parts of a room so printouts are not necessary. It also allows you to uncover the solutions to questions one-at-a-time (and hide them again if you want) 😃 Note that the SSDD idea comes from Craig Barton who has a web-site dedicated to these activities (www.ssddproblems.com). 👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…
Maths4Everyone
Pythagoras - Pythagorean triples

Pythagoras - Pythagorean triples

A complete lesson, or range of activities to use, on the theme of Pythagorean triples. A great lesson for adding some interest, depth and challenge to the topic of Pythagoras’ theorem. Activities included: Starter: A set of straight forward questions on finding the third side given two sides in a right-angled triangle, to remind pupils of Pythagoras’ theorem. Main: Slides explaining that Pythagoras’ theorem can be used to test whether a triangle has a right angle. A sorting activity where pupils test whether given triangles contain a right angle. Quick explanation of Pythagorean triples, followed by a structured worksheet for pupils to try using Diophantus’ method to generate Pythagorean triples, and, as an extension, prove why the method works. Two pairs of challenging puzzles about Pythagorean triples. Plenary: A final question, not too difficult, to bring together the theme of the lesson (see cover image). Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Pythagoras' theorem in context

Pythagoras' theorem in context

A complete lesson looking at slightly trickier questions requiring Pythagoras’ theorem. For example, calculating areas and perimeters of triangles, given two of the sides. Activities included: Starter: A nice picture puzzle where pupils do basic Pythagoras calculations, to remind them of the methods. Main: Examples of the different scenarios pupils will consider later in the lesson, to remind them of a few area and perimeter basics. Four themed worksheets, one on diagonals of rectangles two on area and perimeter of triangles, and one on area and perimeter of trapeziums. Each worksheet has four questions with a progression in difficulty. Could be used as a carousel or group task. Plenary: A prompt to get pupils discussing what they know about Pythagoras’ theorem. Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Andy's SSDD Questions 3

Andy's SSDD Questions 3

This idea is from Craig Barton and is an excellent one (check them out his at website); essentially it is four questions based on the same information. There are four here which use volume, ratio, Pythagoras, bearings, measures, area and perimeter, speed, percentages and bounds as well as other topics. This really should create discussion and a deeper understanding of the topics covered on top of ensuring that students actually read the question. I hope these are worthy! I will be using these as starters or plenaries.
alutwyche
Pythagoras' theorem

Pythagoras' theorem

A complete lesson for first introducing Pythagoras’ theorem. Activities included: Starter: A set of equations to solve, similar to what pupils will need to solve when doing Pythagoras questions. Includes a few sneaky ones that should cause some discussion. Main: Examples and quick question to make sure pupils can identify the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle. Optional ‘discovery’ activity of pupils measuring sides of triangles and making calculations to demonstrate Pythagoras’ theorem. Examples and quick questions for pupils to try on the standard, basic questions of finding either the hypotenuse or a shorter side. A worksheet with a mild progression in difficulty, from integer sides and answers to decimals. An extension task of a ‘pile up’ activity (based on an idea by William Emeny, but I did make this one myself). Plenary: Some multiple choice questions to consolidate the basic method, but also give a taster of other geometry problems Pythagoras’ theorem can be used for (e.g. finding the length of the diagonal of a rectangle). Printable worskeets and answers included. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker