#### Year 5 WhiteRose Perimeter and Area Block 5 - Small Steps (approx. 2 weeks of work)

This is the whole 2 weeks worth of Year 5 statistics and covers the small steps according to the WhiteRoseMaths 2.0 Measure perimeter Calculate perimeter find unknown lengths Area of rectangles Area of compound shapes Estimate and approximate area The resources aim to help children gain a deeper understanding of the concepts covered in the topic. The resources (differentiated) include: - planning - worksheets - PowerPoints - fluency - reasoning - problem solving I hope you enjoy my lessons and don’t forget to leave a review please.

#### Sectors, Segments and Arc Length Worksheets - With Answers

A useful set of worksheets aimed at more able students doing higher level GCSE Sectors &amp; Arc Length 1 introduces how to calculate the area of a sector and the length of an arc - both concepts dealt with on one worksheet. Sectors &amp; Arc Length 2 is an enhancement of sheet 1 in that it asks the same questions only more complex and in context, including two sectors combined. Segment Area this worksheet assumes that pupils are familiar with calculating the area of any triangle - it only has 5 or so questions but I don’t think many are needed. Answers are included

#### Functional Skills Maths Calendar September and October (Halloween themed)

This is based on an idea I originally saw on just maths with the excellent a little bit of maths everyday - which is excellent for GCSE, Teaching lots of functional skills I have decided to have a go at making a similar resource based on the requirements of the functional skills criteria. This is the first 2 installments, if I get enough reviews I will make more available for free for the rest of the year. Halloween themed. Please also visit my shop for lots of functional skills maths resources for level 1 and level 2. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jonesk5 My revision bundle covers all areas with topic outlines, questions and answers and my last minute cribsheets and a game of bingo for just £5 everything you need for revision of functional skils maths and more! https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=1043794&amp;q=revision&amp;shop=jonesk5 I have lessons for just £2 and a resource containing everything you need to cover functional sills in just 15 weeks: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/functional-skills-maths-fast-track-or-revision-all-course-materials-for-15-weeks-of-lessons-l1-and-l2-11888924 My ever popular functional skills mats monoploy with 80+ questions for just £3 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/functional-skills-maths-revsion-l1-and-l2-mathopoly-over-80-questions-includes-some-differentiation-11599638

#### Maths Challenges Bundle

Maths Challenges Bundle There are 4 different challenge worksheets. All answers are included. If bought independently, these 3 resources would cost £10, but I am offering them in this bundle for £8.50, a saving of 15%. To view items individually, please go to Maths Shop

#### Area and Perimeter

Area and Perimeter This is a no-prep printable challenge. There are 36 boxes - each box shows a measurement for a square. Match pairs of measurements to make 18 squares. (e.g. Side = 7cm would match with Area = 49cm squared). One side has not been filled in – the challenge is to find the missing answer to make 18 matching pairs. All answers are included. This resource can be used as a worksheet. The questions are non-calculator. The document is 5 pages in total, but you will only need to print out 1 page for the students. This resource can be printed in colour or black and white. You may also like: Mixed Questions Challenge Percentages of Amounts Challenge Fractions of Amounts Challenge Please visit Maths Shop to see more of my resources. Keywords: area, perimeter, square, dimensions, revision, printable, numeracy, worksheet, test, non-calculator, homework, mathematics, maths, math review, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, foundation, mathematics, SEN, special educational needs.

#### Calculating area with a section missing

An early-morning work or starter activity where children have to calculate area, then take part of that area away.

#### Theme Park Challenge - Maths

A good “Final Week” style activity which can last over several sessions or be finished in an afternoon. On sale for this final week of the term. Enjoy the Summer! Everything included - just add dice! This is a roleplay experience for children, aimed at Years 4 and above. Using squared paper and the instructions contained within, children design their own Theme park, use dice to generate the number of visitors, and see how much they made. Added problems such as rides not working add variation to each of the five days. Each ride has its own excitement rating and this means that children need to build a balanced park to fit the tastes of everyone. The game guides children and yourself through each of the steps with clear examples given for each step too. Mathematically this requires HTO x O skills, as well as some basic area knowledge (understanding that a footprint of 3x3 for a ride would mean 3 squares by 3 squares, so 9 squares). Custom-made games to fit a theme can be commissioned on request - get in touch!

#### Rectangle Lockbox

Answer the questions on the topic, the sum of the answers will give a 3 digit code that will unlock a box full of goodies! Questions on area and perimeter of rectangles and composite rectangle shapes. Links with CFE Level 2/3. Pupils must work collaboratively as a group to come to the correct combination. Print off multiple copies for groups to use Set up the ground rules, pupils are to display their answers and totals clearly Only check their totals and inform them if they are right or wrong, encourage resilience Pupils will answer each sheet and total each sheet as they go along, then they will have to use a combination of their totals to unlock a cashbox full of goodies. Only allow calculators if you are running out of time and allow 2 goes at the combination only for each group, this will deter guesswork!

#### Area of Triangles Maze

Use this no prep, print and go practice maze to practice finding the area of triangles. 12 problems and answer key provided.

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#### Perimeter area and volume of rectangles and cuboids- (spoons / matching game)

Spoons game: Look it up, there are loads out there but in a nutshell: in groups of four. need three spoons (any other item will do as well) try to make a set of four but passing one card to the left and receiving a card for the right. if you finish a set as secretively as you can grab a spoon when you do that everyone else tries to get a spoon too. person who misses out adds the next letter of SPOONS on their sheet. play continues till all but one have written spoons. they are the winner. can also be used as a simple matching activity.

#### area of rectangles and volume of cuboids - (Bump Games / worksheets)

Bump game: Use dice/coins to generate a number (instruction on the sheet) place a counter on the picture with the corresponding area/volume subject to the following: if the picture is empty them place the counter on it if it is occupied by ONE opponents counter them bump them off and take its place if it has two or more opponents counters then you cannot take the picture as it is protected, wait till next go and try again. Winner is first to use all their counters (number to be decided at the start) Can also be used as a worksheet.

#### Area revision

A presentation to support the teaching of area revision with objectives, examples and differentiated tasks for the students with answers.

#### Area and Perimeter of COMPOUND Shapes

Great 2-page activity booklet! Calculate the area and perimeter of various compound shapes. PDF and Word attachments (so fully editable).

#### Area of Compound Shapes

Great worksheet. Calculate the area of compound shapes.

#### Year 7 Maths Bundle

This pack contains all year 7 programme of study directly mapped to the British National Curriculum and is designed for learners in year 7, key stage 3 (US 6th grade) Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 16 lessons

#### Translating shapes on a grid in the first quadrant

A worksheet on translating a shape within the first quadrant only.

#### Volume, perimeter, area word problems (written by Year 5!)

Told my class to write some word problems (on perimeter, area and volume) and said I’d gather them all into a worksheet. I said I’d keep them updated on how many downloads they get!

#### End of Term Games

This activities are aimed at key stage 3 students but could be used as revision for students who are revising for their GCSE examination. Each round consists of four questions. Print the slides 8 to 13 on A4 paper and place one printed slide per table. Students are put into pairs (either by choice or teacher selection) and are given a copy of slide 14 and a few sheets of pieces of A4 paper. The pairs are designated a starting table and the timer (slide 2) is started. The students are then given 5 minutes to answer the four questions on that table. Once the five minutes is up the students move clockwise to the next table and start the next set of four questions and the timer of slide 3 is started. This continues until all students have completed the six tables worth of questions. The answering of the questions takes no more than 30 minutes. Students then remain at their final table, swap their answer sheet with the nearest table and the answers are produced. At this stage I go through the questions before revealing the answers. In this way the students have had a go at GCSE style foundation questions and have also seen a demonstration as to how they should have been answered. Finally, students add up their score and the highest score get a prize!

#### Compound Perimeter and Area

This resources is designed as revision and practice for GCSE maths students. It is appropriate for foundation level. It includes examples and answers for practice.

#### Area Quizzes

PowerPoint designed to be used with Quizdom remotes, but would work as just PowerPoint quiz. Used with KS3/4 students, depending on their ability. Could be used as plenary or revision.

#### Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes consolidation

Differentiated questions on area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms and compound shapes. Also some examples of trapeziums though approached as a compound shape. This includes questions on the following: Area and perimeter of rectangles Area and perimeter of triangles Area and perimeter of compound shapes Finding missing sides given area or perimeter of rectangles and triangles Finding missing sides and then area and perimeter of compound shapes Area and perimeter of parallelograms Finding missing lengths of parallelograms and non-right angle triangles Area and perimeter of worded questions Quantity/Cost area and perimeter worded questions Area of trapeziums Area and perimeter of compound shapes including use of negative space and internal perimeters Problem solving and reasoning questions. Some questions from other sources so all rights to their creators

#### Higher Level GCSE Trigonometry - including Area

Everything you could possibly need for teaching Higher Level GCSE students the Sine Rule, The Cosine Rule and The area of any triangle. The ambiguous case has been omitted ! Answers are provided

#### The Area Of Any Triangle with answers

The Area Of Any Triangle is a great worksheet for practicing Sine and Cosine rule and the formula Area = 0.5abSinc. It is aimed at grade 8 and 9 students. There are three different types of questions. Simple - given two sides and the included angle, use the formula to find the area. Harder - decide which angle you need to be able to find the area and then use the Sine rule or Cosine rule to find it first. Applications - finding the area and then using the area to find the shortest distance from one vertex to the opposite side. Answers are included.

#### Problem solving GCSE exam style practise

A lesson concentrating on the process of GCSE exam questions rather than just the calculations. Anwers given step by step. SMART Notebook and Powerpoint provided.

#### Wimbledon 2018 Maths Ideas Mat

This resource is a maths poster giving ideas for different maths activities that use the vast amount of data that can be collected during Wimbledon 2018. The poster is organised using the strands of the curriculum ranging from year 1 to year 6, each one can be adapted to suit the age of the pupils. For number and place value, why not compare attendance figures or find out which is the most expensive ticket. For geometry, consider area and perimeter of the courts, angles of the ball when serving, volleying or taking overhead shots. Ideas presented here would also make a really good transition unit for year 6 pupils , enabling them to practice key skills in a fun context. Don’t forget there is also a wealth of statistical information available on line to explore. If you like this one also see our World Cup 2018 maths ideas mat.

#### Flashcards for GCSE/IGCSE Mathematics (Formula)

Memorizing formulae has never been a fun thing to do. That is exactly why these flashcards have been designed. This folder consists of three sets of flashcards, with formulae that GCSE/IGCSE students are expected to learn (Quadratic Formula, Pythagoras’ Theorem, Sine Rule, Cosine Rule, and Area of a triangle). This activity can either be done in pairs or small groups and is apt for revision. Simply spare 10 minutes of your lesson for this activity, and your students would have memorized these nauseating formulae before they even realize it!!! GCSE formula sheeet/ IGCSE formula sheet/ Cambridge 4024/ GCSE 9-1 mathematics

#### An Inquiry Based Maths Project with Measure, Fractions & Data Analysis

Help the chickens escape a life of drudgery with this week long inquiry based math project focusing on animal rights. It offers collaborative learning and hands on inquiry requiring the children to solve problems, think critically and apply their knowledge of measure, area, data analysis, fractions, ratio tables and word problems as they help: Chickens to escape a factory farm with the help of the fastest farm animals Plan and design a chicken farm, chicken coop and run using measure and fractions Research, compare and contrast data of wingspans, analyse data and record their data Build model wings based on measure and research Calculate the amount of food necessary for their chicken farm And much more! Informational text is included that the children will have to identify and use in order to solve the problems. Research will be necessary as the children have to know the various wingspans of certain birds and compare them with chickens. UK &amp; USA spelling included. It culminates in a class presentation of the facts found ,reasoning as to their plan and design of their team’s escape and new chicken coop and run. Comparing and contrasting each group’s work, helps with critical thinking too and communication skills. Wholly differentiated, ( Task B cards are less challenging) you can use it as a summative assessment tool of the skills and standards included. It can be created as a booklet or in a binder, with a front cover included, being used as a goal setting pre assessment for the children. Mix and match the pages to suit your students’ needs. I prefer to have the children work on the design pages individually before they compare their designs within a small group and work together to collaboratively create their group plan of the chicken coop &amp; run and the great escape! This inquiry based math packet is easy to print and go, perfect for an IB PYP Sharing the Planet theme and thoroughly encourages student agency throughout. I designed it for my IB PYP 4th grade class. It can be used 3rd – 5th grade too. You will find the following skills and standards ideally suited for the IB PYP Phases 3 &amp; 4 and CCSS Math for 4th and 5th grade: Number sense and base ten operations Fractions: adding Measure: using measuring tools , area &amp; perimeter Geometry: identifying polygons and angles Data analysis Make math fun, engaging and authentic! You can find many more inquiry based math projects in my store and on my blog. Enjoy! Susan Powers PYPteachingtools.com

#### Year 6 – Measurement – Area, Perimeter and Volume – Block 5 (Weeks 8-9) - BUNDLE – Spring – White Rose

This bundle contains Pack 1 and 2 for the Year 6 - Measurement – Area, Perimeter and Volume - (Block 5). This bundle covers weeks 8 and 9. Pack 1 (Week 8) small steps include: • Shapes - Same area • Area and perimeter • Area of a triangle (1) • Area of a triangle (2) The resources in this pack listed below include worksheets and activities along with answers for each pack: • Worksheets - Shapes - Same area • Activity - Match cards - Shapes - Same area • Worksheets - Area and perimeter • Worksheets - Area of a triangle (1) • Worksheets -Area of a triangle (2) • Contextual planning sheet for guidance Pack 2 (Week 9) small steps include: • Area of a triangle (3) • Area of a parallelogram • Volume - Counting cubes • Volume of a cuboid The resources in this pack listed below include worksheets and activities along with answers for each pack: • Worksheets - Area of a triangle (3) • Activity - Ordering - Area of triangles (3) • Worksheets - Area of a parallelogram • Worksheets - Volume - Counting cubes • Activity - Challenge cards - Volume - Counting cubes • Worksheets - Volume of a cuboid • Template - Dotty paper • Contextual planning sheet for guidance The resources support a mastery approach to encourage a deeper understanding of the topics taught. It follows a CPA (Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract) approach to ensure all children can access learning. The pack provides pictorial and abstract representations, along with reasoning, problem solving and open-ended investigations. Details of this can be seen in the contextual overview provided. I hope you find them useful. If you have any questions, please email thedigitalstationer@gmail.com Thanks, The Digital Stationer

#### GCSE 9-1 HIGHER Area and perimeter problem solving

This is a whole lesson based on shapes skills higher pupils should already have and linking them to problem solving questions similar to that asked of the new spec GCSE questions. Includes clear walked through examples and then lots of practice, all with answers. Pupils responded really well and engaged with the problems. Please Review :)

#### Volume of a Prism revision mat (Great for independant revision or homework!)

This revision mat allows pupils memory to be jogged about the topic with out giving them all the details, which they will have to fill in for themselves enabling students to become more independent about their revision . please review :)

#### Inquiry: Frame a Fraction.

A 15-minute Mathematical Inquiry Assessment Item for Junior and Middle Secondary.

#### Inquiry: Can't Pick's an Equilateral Triangle.

A 15-minute Mathematical Inquiry Assessment Item for Junior and Middle Secondary.

#### Area of Circles

Differentiated worksheet on area of circles to suit all abilities.

#### Functional Skills Maths - City and Guilds Exam task booklets

Here I have taken some of the older City and Guilds exam practice papers and made them into topic specific booklets for functional skills revision. There are the number task, the measure tasks and the handling data tasks. I use these throughout the year as a progress check and as a formative assessment. Also great for functional skills revision. Mark scheme included. Our maths teams have found these to be really useful hopefully you will to. I have loads more functional skills and GCSE resources available on my Tes shop: let’sgetfunctional Please see my shop lets get functional for loads more functional skills resources. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jonesk5/Math Including revision guides at L1 and L2 included in a bundle with extras for just £5 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/functional-skills-maths-l1-and-l2-revision-bundle-11906889 Leave me a review and get a free resource up to £3 in value. Contact me on facebook for your free functional skills resource: I have loads more functional skills and GCSE resources available on my Tes shop: let’sgetfunctional Leave me a review and get a free resource up to £3 in value. Contact me on facebook (letsgetfunctionalskillsmaths) for your free functional skills resource

#### Functional Skills Maths Practice Papers City and Guilds Includes old papers

Here is a handy folder containing all the L1 and L2 sample papers currently available for functional skills maths on the city and guilds website. I have also added a folder with he old papers that were available in case any one would find these useful. Includes the tasks such as electricity bill and call waiting times. Please see my shop lets get functional for loads more functional skills resources. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jonesk5/Math Including revision guides at L1 and L2 included in a bundle with extras for just £5 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/functional-skills-maths-l1-and-l2-revision-bundle-11906889

#### End of Year 5 Maths Test Assessment

This resource is to support teachers with end of year progress assessments by assessing against the Year 5 mathematics objectives from the National Curriculum. It also includes a tracker sheet to help identify gaps in knowledge. For more Assessment resources, visit our website here.

#### Lego uses in Maths

Use Lego for low, middle and high ability students Fun, creative, engaging lessons, visual displays and creative learning. Lego can be used to make displays of symmetry, tessellations, shape, area, fractions, times tables, square numbers and algebra (expanding brackets, difference of two squares) Use video for AfL

#### Maths in Flags

Use flags (World cup Football, Olympic games) to create fun colourful interesting lessons. Use video to get students talking about their work (AfL) Flags have shapes, symmetry, angles, lines, area, fractions and more They also have cross curricular links with different countries and histories. Make a quiz!

#### Maths in World Cup football

Use the Football World Cup in Russia to engage students by making bar charts, pie charts, tally charts etc from the football statistics. Do a live draw (probability) Play top trumps (number values) Draw the geometry of the pitch (rectangles, circles, diamond formations!) Students get to create diagrams, run surveys and calculate statistics and present data on a topic that is topical and exciting!

#### Investigation: Every square is a rhombus but not every rhombus is a square.

A Mathematical Investigation Assessment Item for Year 7 &amp; 8 students that explores the properties of rhombuses and squares, including reference to GeoGebra and Python.

#### Area of rectangles with answers

Just a simple worksheet used to practicing finding the area of rectangles using multiplying. I used this to follow on from the counting squares method. Includes answers!