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Non Calculator Number revision cross numbers

Non Calculator Number revision cross numbers

Two cross numbers, some overlap questions but the second one is much harder than the first. Topics include: fractions of amounts, converting fractions to decimals, calculating with money, highest common factor, percentage reduction, dividing with decimals, least common multiples, ratios, roots, speed distance time, rounding, percentage increase, and the harder sheet also contains standard form, surds, compound interest and harder versions of some of the other topics.
sian-ceri
Mr Surd - Problem solving with surds, find Mr Surd's area

Mr Surd - Problem solving with surds, find Mr Surd's area

Mr Surd is made from a number of different shapes and his dimensions are given in surd form. The task is to find his total area. This is a fantastic problem solving exercise that really engages the students with a topic that can often be a bit dull. Every class I have tried this with has loved it. It is particularly applicable to the new GCSE spec and its more problem solving approach on many questions.
grw100
Fun revision activities for GCSE Maths

Fun revision activities for GCSE Maths

Two sets of 12 cards for students to cut up, solve and then place cards in ascending/descending order of solutions. A multiple choice activity - where each answer gives a letter. The full set of letters can be rearranged to spell the name of a band, and finally a cross number all covering multiple topics Just a slightly different way to get students to look at revision. A range of grades to allow access for all from beginning.
sian-ceri
Fun revision activity for GCSE maths 2

Fun revision activity for GCSE maths 2

12 cards for students to cut up, solve and then place cards in descending order of solutions. Just a slightly different way to get students to look at revision. A range of grades to allow access for all from beginning. When I use this with my class, I get students to work in pairs. I also give them paper to stick the cards on once order is complete and get them to write their working around the outside. I have found students to be much more engaged than if they were just given a page of questions. The 12 included topics are: proportion, simplifying surds, trigonometry, cosine rule, substitution, LCM, percentage profit, sequences, quadratic formula, circle theorems, mean of grouped data and reverse percentages.
sian-ceri
Surds (GCSE Revision)

Surds (GCSE Revision)

A worksheet (and detailed solutions) containing exam-type questions (including problem solving) on Surds. Included is a BRAND NEW STYLE of PowerPoint, which allows individual questions or solutions to be easily selected for enlarged display onto a screen, one at a time 😀. -- This sheet is designed for GCSE revision and is suitable for use in class or as a homework. 👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page does not work, then go to your ratings page by clicking here 👉 https://tes.com/.../rate-resources…
Maths4Everyone
Surds

Surds

This Powerpoint can be used over approximately three lessons. The lessons introduce the knowledge of the surd. The understanding of simplifying a surd or an arrangement using surds and then concludes with the more complicated surd questions we see in the new GCSE structure. The Powerpoint is accompanied with two worksheets and answers, which can be used in class or as a piece of homework.
sjcooper
Surds revision questions (GCSE)

Surds revision questions (GCSE)

Get a free sample here. A pdf file containing 500 random questions about surds for GCSE. The questions include simplifying surds and expression involving surds, expanding brackets involving surds, and rationalising denominators. Best used as revision, this pdf file can be used in lessons or as personal revision on a laptop or even a mobile phone.
JChamboredon
Surds revision questions (GCSE)

Surds revision questions (GCSE)

This is a **FREE SAMPLE**. Get the full version here. A pdf file containing random questions about surds for GCSE. The questions include simplifying surds and expression involving surds, expanding brackets involving surds, an rationalising denominators. Best used as revision, this pdf file can be used in lessons or as personal revision on a laptop or even a mobile phone.
JChamboredon
Multiplying Surds (Worksheet and PowerPoint with Solutions)

Multiplying Surds (Worksheet and PowerPoint with Solutions)

A worksheet (with detailed solutions) that allow students to practise multiplying surds expressed in the form a ± b√c. Included are TWO BRAND NEW STYLE PowerPoints , which allows either questions, or the FULL SOLUTIONS to be easily selected for enlarged display onto a screen, one at a time 😀. -- This sheet is useful for classwork, homework or for GCSE revision. 👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page does not work, then go to your ratings page by clicking here 👉 https://tes.com/.../rate-resources…
Maths4Everyone
Numbers and Inequalities

Numbers and Inequalities

Included Topic Square root Simplifying, multiplying and dividing Square root expression Real numbers Inequalities +Multi-step& Compound. Absolute Value + Equations&inequalities
brhn_aydin
Surd Pairs

Surd Pairs

Cut out the 40 cards in the pack. Make sure they are shuffled well. Spread them on a table, face down. Two or more players in turns take it to turn two cards over at a time. If they make an equivalent pair, they keep the cards and try again. If they don't, it is then the next player's turn. If the player thinks they have a pair, they must fully convince the other players by showing their workings in their book, unless the team does agree without convincing. Player with the most cards at the end wins.
WrightMaths
Surds (Rationalising The Denominator)

Surds (Rationalising The Denominator)

A worksheet with carefully thought-out questions (and FULL solutions), which gives examples of each of the types of rationalising question that is likely to be asked at GCSE. Click -->MORE... to see my other resources for this topic. -- Designed for secondary school students, this sheet can be used for work in class or as a homework. It is also excellent for one-to-one tuition.
Maths4Everyone