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Maths Explosions Bundle

Maths Explosions Bundle

These are all available for free individually but if you want them without searching then this is for you. The activities are designed to create discussion in class and make the students think as well as getting them to set out a solution clearly and logically. Each file has numerous "explosions" to complete.

By alutwyche

Maths Spiders - Number and Data Bundle

Maths Spiders - Number and Data Bundle

These are all available for free individually but if you want them without searching then this is for you. The activities are designed to create discussion in class and make the students think. Each file has a minimum of 4 spiders to complete.

By alutwyche

Simplifying square root expressions

Simplifying square root expressions

It is a pdf activity with the answer. There are 17 questions of simplification for square roots.The aim is to find the hidden sentence by simplifying each expression. For every correct answer a letter is coressponded. By filling the letters at the place on bottom you will find the hidden mathematics quote of Galileo.

By kipicifevzi

Inverse and composite functions - mastery worksheets

Inverse and composite functions - mastery worksheets

This is a set of 2 mastery worksheets, one on calculating inverse functions and one on calculating composite functions. Both worksheets are split into 3 sections, fluency, reasoning and problem solving so students can master the topic. The composite functions worksheet also includes an AQA exam question at the end so students can see how many marks would be awarded in the exam. All answers are included for the questions. If you would just like the inverse functions worksheet, then the link for this is below https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/inverse-functions-mastery-worksheet-11696116 Similarly, if you would just like the composite functions worksheet, then the link for this is below https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/composite-functions-mastery-worksheet-11698078

By joybooth

Composite functions - mastery worksheet

Composite functions - mastery worksheet

This is a mastery worksheet involving calculating composite functions. The worksheet is split into 3 sections, fluency, reasoning and problem solving so students can master the topic. It also includes an AQA exam question at the end so students can see how many marks would be awarded in the exam. All answers are included for the questions.

By joybooth

Number of the Day display

Number of the Day display

This includes a cloud for your number and 12 cards with the instructions: - Write it - Draw it - How many: Hundreds, Tens, Ones - Add 19 - Add 100 - Subtract 10 - Double it - Halve it - Round it to the nearest 10 - Round it to the nearest 100 - Add 50 - Subtract 19 I will be laminating these cards to allow the children to write the answers on daily.

By lauratomlinsonbell

Initial EYFS/Year one maths and alphabet assessment

Initial EYFS/Year one maths and alphabet assessment

This is a quick and easy way to find out how much your children already know when they first come into your class. It includes: *Naming the letters of the alphabet in order (upper case and lower case) *Naming common 2-D and 3-D shapes. *Reading numbers from 1 to 20 in numerals. *Counting in multiples of 2's, 5's and 10's. You can tick or highlight the correct answers allowing you to spot the children that may need a little bit more support with certain parts or common areas of development.

By Ngovind