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Non-right angled trigonometry

Non-right angled trigonometry

Lessons including Sine Rule, Cosine Rule and Area of a Triangle, pinched from a range of other places. Including exit tickets and ABCD checkpoints throughout. Teacher copy has all answers included (please excuse any errors!) - student version has answers and assessment points removed.
coltman_rob
Circles Extensive Worksheets (For advance students)

Circles Extensive Worksheets (For advance students)

5 Worksheets consisting over 80 Questions to provide an extensive coverage of the chapter, circles, with questions related to tangents to a circle, angles between tangents and chords, corresponding angles, common tangents, combined 2D shapes with circles. Suited for advance students in KS4.
will2share_kam
Areas of 2D Shapes: BODMAS, and Algebra Problem Solving

Areas of 2D Shapes: BODMAS, and Algebra Problem Solving

7 page pdf booklet. Reminders of the rules (along with shape diagrams with dimensions) for obtaining the areas of squares, rectangles, triangles, rhombuses, parallelograms, and trapeziums are provided. There are 10 questions asking students to find missing areas, heights and widths using number values required for substitution into formulae provided for such 2D shapes. Three example algebraic problems are then reviewed and full workings (with reminders about BODMAS) provided: 1) Substitution of an x value into length and width expressions to find a missing area of a rectangle; 2) Finding the value of x given an area value for a rectangle, and length and width in terms of x; 3) Finding the value of x and a width given expressions in x for opposite lengths in a rectangle as well as its value of area. These examples are followed by another 10 questions for more able students requiring substitution of algebraic terms into such area formulae as per the 3 examples provided.
biggles1230
2D and 3D Shape Assessment Sheet

2D and 3D Shape Assessment Sheet

In this document there is an assessment sheet for 2D shapes and an assessment sheet for 3D shapes, both with another sheet with answers so children can peer or self assess. The 2D shape sheet asks children to draw the shapes and the 3d shape sheet asks children to circle the correct shape.
kerrymarie93
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
Y5 Shape & Angles Free Taster

Y5 Shape & Angles Free Taster

LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations. LO: To measure angles in degrees. To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm). This is a free taster of https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/geometry-properties-of-shapes-and-angles-y5-35-pages-of-differentiated-challenges-inc-mastery-11790310 which contains 35+ pages of differentiated challenges plus flip cards plus all the answers and covers all the Y5 shape objectives.
TES222
Geometry Properties of Shapes and Angles Y5.  35 pages of differentiated challenges inc. mastery.

Geometry Properties of Shapes and Angles Y5. 35 pages of differentiated challenges inc. mastery.

LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations. LO: To know angles are measured in degrees: estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles. LO: To name 2D-shapes and use conventional markings for parallel lines and right angles. LO: To measure angles in degrees. To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm). LO To draw given angles, and measure them in degrees. LO: To identify angles at a point and one whole turn (total 360 degrees), angles at a point on a straight line and ½ a turn (total 180 degrees), other multiples of 90 degrees. LO: To use the properties of rectangles to find missing lengths and angles. LO To use reasoning to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons. 1. Revealing Shapes - LO: To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers. 2. How many cubes? - To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers. 3. Front Side Top 3D Shapes - To identify 3-D shapes from 2-D representations, 3 levels of challenge with answers. 4. Estimate Angles 18 Flip Cards - To know angles are measured in degrees: estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles. These cards show angles to estimate and have the answers on the back. They are suitable for lots of self-checking partner games or independent work. Print Double Sided Back To Back onto Card. 6. Parallel & Right Angles - LO: To name 2D-shapes and use conventional markings for parallel lines and right angles. 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 7. Robot Angles - LO: To measure angles in degrees (o). To measure lines to the nearest millimetre (mm). 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 8. Angle Islands - LO To draw given angles, and measure them in degrees. 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 9. Angle Challenges - LO: To identify angles at a point and one whole turn (total 360 degrees), angles at a point on a straight line and ½ a turn (total 180 degrees), other multiples of 90 degrees. 3 levels of challenge plus answers. 10. Rectangle Puzzles - differentiated challenges. 3 levels of challenge with answers. LO: To use the properties of rectangles to find missing lengths and angles. 11. Regular, irregular mastery. Reasoning challenges differentiated 3 levels with answers. LO To use reasoning to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons.
TES222
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
A Maths Word Search with something extra (Names of Shapes)

A Maths Word Search with something extra (Names of Shapes)

This is more than just finding words on a grid. The words are not given, they have to get them from the diagrams. There is a moderate and a 'difficult' version so the activity is accessible to all and there are many opportunities for extension. The PowerPoint reveals the solutions one word at a time so you can stop and discuss each shape as you go. Try it and you will see what I mean☺. This has been used with classes from Year 6 to Year 11 and they have loved it and had many useful discussions. The activity could be given as a homework as well as used in the classroom. With older students, when I go through the answers I use it as an opportunity to revise the properties of the shapes as well. -- You can give students as much help as you like, but if you leave them to it… they have to think about the names of the shapes; they have to think about the spelling of the names; they have to look for names that are not represented by the diagrams. Because the diagrams have been drawn for the students, there is the opportunity to talk about the use of little squares to indicate right-angles, the use of little lines to indicate equal length sides and the use of arrows to indicate parallel lines. Three additional 2D shapes are hidden in the grid (these are nonagon, decagon and icosagon). The 3D shapes that are hidden are cone, cube, cuboid, cylinder, pyramid, sphere & tetrahedron. The solutions to the moderate version are contained within the pdf; the PowerPoint contains the solutions to the ‘difficult’ version. --- If you like this activity then look through the other resources that I have uploaded by clicking -->https://tes.com/Morse's-Resources. At the moment, I am uploading about 10 new resources each week, if you want to be kept up-to-date, then click-->HERE and then follow me.
Maths4Everyone
Calculating Missing Angles in a circle - 3 levels of challenge and answers

Calculating Missing Angles in a circle - 3 levels of challenge and answers

Calculate the missing angles in a circle. Sets of questions differentiated three ways. This resource contains three separate worksheets with the answers already worked out for you. This resource requires the children to calculate angles from two angles around a circle and including having right angles and 1 angle worked out for you.
rich4ruth