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Geometry: All Lessons (76 Lessons) + Lots of Resources

Geometry: All Lessons (76 Lessons) + Lots of Resources

This is 76 whole lessons with lots of additional resources included! Below is a list (alphabetical) of precisely what lessons are included. If you want more information then all individual lessons are available in my shop and maybe it might be worth buying one before purchasing this fantastic bundle. Angle Rules 1 - At a Point; 2. Angle Rules 2 - Parallel Lines; 3. Angle Rules 3 - Triangles; 4. Angle Rules 4 - Interior & Exterior 1; 5. Angle Rules 5 - Interior & Exterior 2; 6. Angle Rules 6 - Problems; 7. Angle Rules 7 - Congruent & Similar Area 1 - Perimeter of Shapes; 9. Area 2 - Rectangles; 10. Area 3 - Triangles; 11. Area 4 - Quadrilaterals; 12. Area 5 - Trapeziums; 13. Area 6 - Compound Shapes; 14. Area 7 - Scale Drawing; 15. Bearings; 16. Bisecting; 17. Circle Theorems 1 - Rules 1 to 4; 18. Circle Theorems 2 - Rules 5 to 8; 19. Circle Theorems 3 - Which Theorem is it?; 20. Circle Theorems 4 - Theorem Problems; 21. Circles 1 - Properties of Circles; 22. Circles 2 - Circumference & Area; 23. Circles 3 - Arcs & Sectors Circles 4 - Segments; 25. Circles 5 - Circular Compound Shapes; 26. Compound Measures 1 - Speed, Distance & Time Compound Measures 2 - Mass, Density & Volume; 28. Compound Measures 3 - Population, Area & Density; 29. Construction; 30. Enlargement; 31. Faces, Edges & Vertices; 32. Loci; 33. Measures 1 - Metric & Imperial Equivalents Measures 2 - Metric Equivalents; 35. Measures 3 - Imperial Equivalents; 36. Measures 4 - Estimating Measures Measures 5 - Conversion in Area, Volume; 38. Plans & Elevations; 39. Pythagoras 1 - Introduction; 40. Pythagoras 2 - Short side & Problems; 41. Pythagoras 3 - 3D problems; 42. Radians 1; 43. Radians 2; 44. Real Life Graphs Reflection; 46. Rotation; 47. Surface Area 1 - Prisms ; 48. Surface Area 2 - Pyramids; 49. Surface Area 3 - Cones Surface Area 4 - Spheres; 51. Symmetry 1 - Lines; 52. Symmetry 2 - Rotational; 53. Symmetry 3 - Problems Tessellations 1; 55. Tessellations 2; 56. Translation; 57. Travel Graphs; 58. Trigonometry 1 - Introduction Trigonometry 2 - Basic; 60. Trigonometry 3 - 3D Trig Problems; 61. Trigonometry 4 - Sine Rue; 62. Trigonometry 5 - Cosine Rule; 63. Trigonometry 6 - Area Rule; 64. Trigonometry 7 - Spaghetti Lesson; 65. Trigonometry 8 - Drawing Trig Graphs; 66. Trigonometry 9 - Amplitude & Period; 67. Trigonometry 10 - Transforming Trig Graphs; 68. Trigonometry 11 - Trig Equations; 69. Trigonometry 12 - Trig Identities; 70. Vectors 1 - Magnitude; 71. Vectors 1 - Movement; 72. Vectors 1 - Geometric Problems; 73. Volume 1 - Prisms; 74. Volume 2 - Spheres; 75. Volume 3 - Cones & Pyramids; 76. Volume 4 - Frustums NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
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Year 6 Volume of a Cuboid Spring Block 5 Reasoning and Problem Solving Pack

Year 6 Volume of a Cuboid Spring Block 5 Reasoning and Problem Solving Pack

These Year 6 Volume of a Cuboid questions are differentiated three ways so your pupils can practise their reasoning and problem solving skills at their own level. There are two different question types in this pack. You can find more Reasoning and Problem Solving resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance on the Classroom Secrets website.
ClassroomSecrets
Interpreting Data, Shapes and Angles

Interpreting Data, Shapes and Angles

Bundle of workbooks on intepreting data, volume, area, perimeter and angles worksheets and factors and multiples. Designed for 11+ and KS2 SATs preparations but also suitable for KS3. Includes answers!
loretta3
Area and Volume of Similar shapes

Area and Volume of Similar shapes

A full lesson for higher ability students looking at and answering exam style questions on the relationship between scale factor and area and volume. The lesson starts with some exam style recap questions on similarity and lengths, and has a ‘create a markscheme’ activity at the end. Any feedback is welcome!
laughforaliving
Pressure Reasoning Tasks

Pressure Reasoning Tasks

Several tasks all based on an Equdas GCSE question about pressure. These tasks are designed to improve students’ mathematical reasoning and were created as part of the Mathematical Reasoning at GCSE project run by Cambridge Maths Hub. The tasks vary in difficulty. They are not intended to be used all together; just pick and choose one or two suitable ones for your class. Full credit to the awesome Mr Barton for the Venn diagram template. If you are after similar tasks on other compound measures, you might like https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/density-and-volume-reasoning-tasks-11837600 which explores density, https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/standard-form-reasoning-tasks-11839225 which is based on calculating surface gravity (with some density questions) and https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/speed-and-fuel-economy-reasoning-tasks-11837737 which explores speed and fuel economy. All feedback very welcome. I’d be really interested to hear which tasks you chose and how you used them!
catrionashearer
Year 6 Volume Counting Cubes Spring Block 5 Reasoning and Problem Solving Pack

Year 6 Volume Counting Cubes Spring Block 5 Reasoning and Problem Solving Pack

These Year 6 Volume Counting Cubes questions are differentiated three ways so your pupils can practise their reasoning and problem solving skills at their own level. There are two different question types in this pack. You can find more Reasoning and Problem Solving resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance on the Classroom Secrets website.
ClassroomSecrets
Maths Revision Sat KS2 Year6

Maths Revision Sat KS2 Year6

This Maths revision resource is designed to prepare children in the run up to the National Curriculum SATs tests before school assessments. The packs includes 5 days worth of 25 questions that target key areas of the Mathematics curriculum. Each day is designed to last ten minutes and comprises both arithmetic and reasoning problems. Equally, it would be useful for booster sessions when there is limited time in the run up to the national tests.
NextWeekSorted
Construction and 3D Shape

Construction and 3D Shape

In this presentation you will find the following Learning Objectives: Draw triangles and quadrilateral using a ruler and protractor. Use and construct a scale drawing. Know various 3D shapes and their names. Count vertices, faces and ages of a 3D Shape. Use isometric paper to draw 3D shapes. Find the surface area using nets. Must of the lessons have a practice that can be printed for your students. I hope you find this lesson useful.
mariocaas
Maths Questions to challenge

Maths Questions to challenge

A selection of maths questions to challenge upper KS2 and KS3 pupils. They cover word problems looking at car millage and cost. Venn diagram, decimals to fractions with a defined number to use, Volumes in a cube, making an equation work for you and simultaneous equations to solve a puzzle grid.
colin959
KS2 SATs Maths Reasoning Practice Paper 2 (STA-style formatting)

KS2 SATs Maths Reasoning Practice Paper 2 (STA-style formatting)

Something to help your class / school / child to practise for the KS2 (Key Stage Two) SATs for mathematics, especially reasoning - can be used alongside a 2017 Gaps Analysis spreadsheet as questions follow the 2017 Paper precisely. The paper is also formatted similarly to the STA’s formatting to allow children to become familiar and confident in approaching assessment / testing.
abelarden
Standard Form Reasoning Tasks

Standard Form Reasoning Tasks

Several tasks all based an Edexcel GCSE question (from the specimen papers) about standard form and substitution. These tasks are designed to improve students’ mathematical reasoning and were created as part of the Mathematical Reasoning at GCSE project run by Cambridge Maths Hub. The tasks vary in difficulty, and include work on ratio, surface area and volume of spheres, units of compound measures, density and direct/inverse proportion. They are not intended to be used all together; just pick and choose one or two suitable ones for your class. The Venn diagram task is an excellent idea I swiped from the amazing Mr Barton. If you’re after a similar task that focuses more explicitly on surface area, volume and density, you might like https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/density-and-volume-reasoning-tasks-11837600. Please consider leaving some feedback. I’d be really interested to hear which tasks you chose and how you used them!
catrionashearer