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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
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
Maths Board Game with Unlimited Questions

Maths Board Game with Unlimited Questions

Have some fun in the classroom with this maths based board game which comes with unlimited questions. With simple, easy-to-follow rules, this game provides a nice change of pace and allows you to cover numerous topics you would have taught throughout the year. Includes Printable board made for A3 so can be scaled down in high quality. Printable counters and dice net for easy setup. Two sets of rules; one simpler than the other, for younger players. FlipChart board version for whole class games. Link to generate free, unlimited questions based on various topics and your classes age. Printable question cards for this game are produced for free at PrimaryMathsResources.com where you can pick your topics and your age range to produce questions over and over and over again. This will always be free to use, so please enjoy.
PrimaryMathsResources
Colour by special numbers (squares, cubes and primes)

Colour by special numbers (squares, cubes and primes)

This is a colouring sheet to get students to begin to recognise square numbers, cube numbers and prime numbers working around grades 3 and 4 of the new 1-9 mathematics GCSE. Students colour based on whether the number in each box is a square number, a cube number or a prime number. The sheet requires 3 colours per student. Due to the colouring nature of this sheet, it is very easy to see which students understand and which need support. Looks fantastic on a classroom wall once completed. Solution is the pattern displayed. All feedback gratefully received.
sian-ceri
11+ and KS2 Maths Workbook

11+ and KS2 Maths Workbook

A comprehensive Maths workbook which can be used for Year 4-6 students in preparation for 11 + Exams and KS2 SATs. Also suitable for lower KS3 students. Topics included are number knowledge, , multiplication,division,conversion, mixed calculations,factors and multiples,sequences, fractions and percentages.Can be used as a homework booklet or as supplementary worksheets. Workbook includes standard answer questions and multiple choice questions as well as word problems with helpful hints and tips. Designed to help pupils work on their own and suitable for parents who want extra support for their children.Answers are also included with some explanations.
loretta3
Practice Finding Highest Common Factor

Practice Finding Highest Common Factor

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheet to practice the GCSE skill of finding the Highest Common Factor when given two numbers and an associated answer sheet. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to 'Manual' and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the 'More Questions' black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel's Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart's content. After all, practice makes perfect!
Ralphbutcher
Higher or Lower?

Higher or Lower?

Superb starter or plenary for any maths lesson ... the children love this game! This presentation includes 8 games of 'Higher or Lower' - 2 games containing numbers in the 10 times tables - 2 games containing numbers in the 5 times tables - 2 games containing numbers in the 2 times tables - 2 games containing numbers from 1 to 10 How to play: 1. Flip over the first card. 2. Ask a child to say if they think the next card will be 'higher' or 'lower' than the card displayed. If they get the answer correct, they continue. If they get the answer wrong, start over with another child. 3. You can make each game easier by displaying all the possible numbers. Then just cross them off as they appear in the game (the children will know exactly what numbers are remaining thus increasing their chance of winning).
mark harland
Multiplication & Division Triangles

Multiplication & Division Triangles

Practice basic multiplication and division facts. From the 2 times tables to the 12 times table, emphasizing the connection between multiplication and division. Hold the triangle by one corner, from the other two numbers work out or recall the number hidden under the thumb. Very simple but very effective.
wilkieway