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Averages-Haunted house-adventure game

Averages-Haunted house-adventure game

RECOMMENDED by the TES panel. Adventure game in which students answer averages questions in order to progress through a haunted house. PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. There are 8 questions on mean, median, mode, mean and median from ungrouped and grouped frequency tables. Go to my profile page and check out my other games.

By kmbheck

Maths Posters - Pie Charts, Probability, Averages, Sets / Venn Diagrams and Stem & Leaf

Maths Posters - Pie Charts, Probability, Averages, Sets / Venn Diagrams and Stem & Leaf

Got fed up of my classroom looking the same and bored of the same rubbish maths posters, so decided to create my own. (First sheet for preview only) I have created another five posters based on my excellent resources to help reinforce what the pupils are being taught. This little bundle includes five posters that have been DESIGNED TO BE A3 in size, but will come out A4 or A2 if that is your preference. 1. Pie Charts 2. Probability 3. Sets / Venn Diagrams 4. Stem and Leaf 5. Averages NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

By ajf43

UKS2 (Y5 and Y6) Term 1 Week 02  Negative numbers &  Column addition and subtraction  - 5 day lesson set

UKS2 (Y5 and Y6) Term 1 Week 02 Negative numbers & Column addition and subtraction - 5 day lesson set

A set of 5 lessons covering all aspects of Place Value to allow you to meet expectations of current (2014 onwards) National Curriculum for Mathematics. The lessons meet the following learning objectives: Year 5 To order and compare numbers up to 1,000,000. To count forwards and backwards with positive and negative whole numbers. To interpret negative numbers in context, count forwards and backwards with positive and negative whole numbers, including through 0. To solve problems involving negative numbers. To add and subtract whole numbers with more than 4 digits. To solve addition and subtraction multi-step problems in contexts. Year 6 To order and compare numbers up to 10,000,000. to use negative numbers, and calculate intervals across 0. To solve problems involving negative numbers. To solve problems involving addition and subtraction. To solve addition and subtraction multi-step problems in contexts. KS3 To order and compare any numbers. To order positive and negative integers. To use negative numbers in context, and calculate intervals across 0 and apply this knowledge to bar and line graphs. To select appropriate concepts, methods and techniques to apply to unfamiliar and non-routine problems. To develop their mathematical knowledge, in part through solving problems and evaluating the outcomes, including multi-step problems.

By MikeRichards

Averages from frequency and grouped frequency tables problem solving.

Averages from frequency and grouped frequency tables problem solving.

A few higher level problems for frequency and grouped frequency tables. Pupils are given averages and asked to fill in the frequency or boundary values. Answers are included in white (change text colour to view). Question 3 does not have a unique solution but gets pupils working well with restrictions.

By mark2376

110 Maths Starters In 1 File - Excel Reusable Differentiated Questions To Support Mastery

110 Maths Starters In 1 File - Excel Reusable Differentiated Questions To Support Mastery

FREE SAMPLE AVAILABLE HERE: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/free-sample-10-maths-starters-in-1-file-dynamic-reusable-differentiated-questions-to-aid-mastery-11289208 110 Maths Starters In 1 File - Dynamic Reusable Differentiated Questions To Support Mastery And Consolidation Starters include: LCM & HCF Solving Equations - integer solutions, negative and fraction solutions. Solving Equations with variables on both sides Solving Simultaneous Equations Trial and Improvement Expanding Brackets (Linear) Factorising (Linear) Expanding Brackets (Quadratic) Factorising (Quadratic); standard, complex, difference of two squares and completing the square. Generating Sequences nth Term sequences Listing Inequalities Transformations of Graphs Substitution Worded Equations Collecting Like Terms Multiplying Terms Trigonometry - 5 activity types. Pythagoras - 3 activities; finding hypotenuse, finding shorter side, full mix. Angles - basic arithmetic, basic turns, triangles, special triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, parallel lines. Area and perimeter - rectangles and squares, triangles, parallelograms, trapeziums, circles, full mix revision. Volume of Prisms Similar Shapes Speed Distance Time Basic arithmetic (- +-x÷ from single digits to 2 and 3 digit calculations) Addition,Subtraction,Multiplication,Division,Long Division,Calculations with and without working, Calculations with missing numbers (promotes "opposite operations") Rounding Off (10, 100, 1000, 1, 1dp, 2dp, 3dp, 1sig fig, 2sig fig, 3sig, fig) Calculating with Upper and Lower Bounds Decimal Written Calculations Estimation Deriving Multiplication Facts Best Value Exchange Rates Equivalent Fractions Cancelling Fractions Down (simplest terms) Fraction to Decimal Conversions Fraction of Amounts (Calc and non-calc) Mixed numbers and Improper Fractions Conversions 11 Question Fraction Revision Section (with notes) Finding Percent of an amount (non calculator) Finding Percent of an amount (calculator) Percent Change Reverse Percent Change Simple and Compound Interest Write as a Percent Writing Numbers (Place Value) Powers and Roots (Calc and Non-calc, Squares, Cubes, Sqr Roots, Cube Roots and higher powers) Standard Form BIDMAS Types of numbers (listing square numbers, primes, factors and multiples) Product of Prime Factors Finding Averages (MMMR) Finding Averages (MMMR + IQR) Reverse Averages Finding Averages from Frequency Tables Probability - Decimals, Fractions, Percents, OR and AND rule Tree Diagrams,Venn Diagrams Pie Charts,Bar Charts Two Way Tables

By mrp

Continuous Data (Treasure Hunt)

Continuous Data (Treasure Hunt)

Treasure Hunts promote cooperative learning and engagement by pupils working in pairs to find the correct answer. It can be used as the main lesson activity to determine what learning has taken place and also it is a great revision exercise. This Treasure Hunt is differentiated to two levels, amber and green. The green treasure hunt includes the extra challenge of finding missing frequencies from the tables given the estimated mean. It comes complete with instructions, solutions and a basic record sheet if pupils need more structure to recording their questions and answers. Terms of Use Purchase of this resource is for the use of the purchaser only.

By NumberLoving

Upper Key Stage 2 (Year 5 & Year 6) Negative numbers in context of temperature: bar and line graphs

Upper Key Stage 2 (Year 5 & Year 6) Negative numbers in context of temperature: bar and line graphs

LOs: Starter: - to count forwards and backwards with positive and negative whole numbers (Year 5) - to use negative numbers, and calculate intervals across 0 (Year 6) - to order positive and negative integers (KS3) Main Lesson: - to interpret negative numbers in context, count forwards and backwards with positive and negative whole numbers, including through 0 (Year 5) - use negative numbers in context, and calculate intervals across 0 (Year 6) - apply this knowledge to bar and line graphs. (KS3) This lesson consists of: A starter / connect PowerPoint where children sequence and order negative and positive numbers. An Interactive Whiteboard teaching introduction for both Notebook and ActivInspire, showing how empty number lines to find the difference between negative and positive numbers when applied to temperature. (differentiated 3 ways for ability). A 4 way differentiated series of independent tasks (including a Mastery Level Challenge Activity) where children to interpret a range of charts, bar and line graphs showing positive and negative temperatures. An AFL / Next Steps task taken from 2017 Maths SATs paper.

By MikeRichards

Venn Diagrams - End of Topic Mini Test/Marking Grid - Higher Test 1 + Answers

Venn Diagrams - End of Topic Mini Test/Marking Grid - Higher Test 1 + Answers

Useful end of topic summary test + answers. Complete with marking grid to give students easy to read feedback, tips for improvement and extension work. Great for showing comprehension, then progress if students are given time to make correction or attempt the extension based on teacher feedback. In this test: Identifying values from a Venn diagram Using Venn diagrams to find LCM and HCF Using Venn diagrams to solve probability problems Populating and using Venn diagrams in probability Shading regions in Venn Diagrams Identifying shaded regions in Venn Diagrams Lots of other topics and levels available.

By maths_and_quizzes

9-1 NEW GCSE BUNDLE

9-1 NEW GCSE BUNDLE

This bundle currently consists of six premium and two free resources, bought individually for a total of £18. Each resource is designed to address new elements of the GCSE math specification or the style of questions seen so far in the new GCSE sample, practice and actual papers. Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for further differentiation. Please read individual descriptions for each resource, this will indicate levels of differentiation included. Get in touch via numberloving@outlook.com

By NumberLoving

Stem and Leaf (Treasure Hunt)

Stem and Leaf (Treasure Hunt)

Treasure Hunts promote cooperative learning and engagement by pupils working in pairs to find the correct answer. It can be used as the main lesson activity to determine what learning has taken place and also it is a great revision exercise. This Treasure Hunt is differentiated to three levels; red, amber and green. The red treasure hunt is the easiest and focuses on fluency of reading stem and leaf diagrams and drawing them. The amber level introduces some reasoning and problem solving; were as the green level is the most difficult involving problem solving of finding missing values given a known average. It comes complete with instructions and solutions. Terms of Use Purchase of this resource is for the use of the purchaser only.

By NumberLoving