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DIFFERENTIATED REVISION GRIDS: FOUNDATION GCSE TOPICS

DIFFERENTIATED REVISION GRIDS: FOUNDATION GCSE TOPICS

Three differentiated grids for quick fire revision created to help students review the content of our first module of study in school. Ideal for preparation for end of module examinations or homeworks. Each grid contains 20 questions based on number skills, ratio, proportion, simple algebra manipulation, angle theory, perimeter. There is an easy version (1 star) and a harder version (2 star) and students can select (or be guided) to the side that they wish to attempt. All in all 120 questions…but no answers (you have to work them out yourselves!).
Weltmeister7
Finding fractions of amounts - misconceptions

Finding fractions of amounts - misconceptions

This resource is aimed to supply Year 3 children the opportunity to identify, explain and solve questions that have been solved inaccurately. This form of lesson is great for reasoning. There is also a reasoning problem (traffic light colours) that children can use to solve some problems. A great activity to explore at the start of a session to build on knowledge that they already know about. The left hand side is for all, the right hand side is for GDS. My children particularly enjoyed this session, as they could become the teacher and identify the mistakes. Disclaimer: For the full experience of the transitions, I advise that you use Keynote (Apple’s powerpoint). The Powerpoint will work fine, but the powerpoint was created using Keynote.
tomwright11
Maths, SEND, Properties of Number

Maths, SEND, Properties of Number

Properties of number entry level, 30 pages. This lesson took me two lessons with a separate starter and plenary but this may me different depending on your students abilities. Can also be given as separate sheets for homework Included: 2.2 Recognise place value in two digit numbers 2.3 Count from 0 in steps of two, three and five 2.4 Round numbers less than 100 to the nearest 10 3.1 Read and write numbers up to 1,000 3.3 Recognise place value in three digit numbers 3.6 Find 10 or 100 more or less than a given number 3.7 Recognise and use multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 and Make a face game Created for year 9 SEN students completing entry level maths, also used numicon alongside this so some questions show the numicon symbols, however could be used for any students as an introduction to properites of number.
libbyford
Multiples and factors

Multiples and factors

Powerpoint and worksheet covering finding multiples and factors Powerpoint: Mental maths starter Definition of each of the terms Quick check of learning (I suggest using miniwhiteboards) Worksheet: Finding multiples and factors together Involves anograms for those of us who still have to include numeracy!
cmlk20
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
What could the question be? (exam style questions)

What could the question be? (exam style questions)

A selection of powerpoints with exam questions with the question part removed to generate discussion and to aid revision of several mathematical topics. The actual exam question is provided on the next slide, but don’t feel that you have to show that to students as the idea is to see what they can come up with and carry that through. These questions would appear on the foundation GCSE Maths paper but would also be very suitable for younger year groups. Question topics include: labeling circles grouped data ( - this could also be used with a higher tier group covering cumulative frequency and histograms) Points on an axis - could be used for midpoint or length of line using Pythagoras’ theorem or even the equation of the line that passes through both points Types of number and several more There are 14 seperate topics in total
sian-ceri
Year 6 weekly maths assessment Spring 2

Year 6 weekly maths assessment Spring 2

Year 6 weekly maths assessment Spring 2 This can be used for weekly tests, to track progress, for homework, interventions, early finishers, evidence for books and more! Mastery approach to xtables. This pack includes an introduction and the links to the National Curriculum. Enough for one a week for Spring 2. Other year groups are available! subscribe to all resources at
erylands