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Area and perimeter garden design project

Area and perimeter garden design project

For Year 6, and lower Secondary School Design a garden plan using compound rectilinear shapes. Using formulae, children calculate the area and perimeter of each area of the garden. Using a price list, the children then work out the total cost of the different surfaces they are using. Working to a budget. Great for building methodical working strategies.
lindsayjon
Year 4 'Secret Agent Co-ordinate Training' Lesson (Complete Lesson with ppt, plan and resources)

Year 4 'Secret Agent Co-ordinate Training' Lesson (Complete Lesson with ppt, plan and resources)

Year 4 lesson on co-ordinates done in a fun and engaging way as ‘secret agent co-ordinate training’ with missions for the children to complete, infiltrating a pirate ring to crack a secret code to a treasure chest! I used the lesson for a job interview and was successful with fantastic feedback regarding this lesson! The class were a lower ability Year 4 class but this resource could easily be adapted to fit any ability year 4 class or even a more able year 3. Complete lesson including plan, PowerPoint, worksheets and resources. National curriculum objectives covered; -describe positions on a 2-D grid as coordinates in the first quadrant -plot specified points and draw sides to complete a given polygon
xxalex123xx
Shape Graphs Shapes Flashcards

Shape Graphs Shapes Flashcards

This new teaching resource contains 15 worksheets with shape graphs and cute animals as well as 30 flashcards with shapes (15 in color and 15 in black and white). The resource covers the following shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, pentagon, rhombus, hexagon, trapezoid, star, octagon, oval, parallelogram, heptagon, heart, cross. Visit http://mrmattie.com for more cheap resources.
MrMattie
Regular Polygon Area Problems

Regular Polygon Area Problems

This is a problem solving activity/worksheet that tests multiple levels of understanding related to the topic of area of regular polygons. They are high-level problems to test the most able, although a hint/formula sheet is included to help “differentiate down”. Also included is a differentiated/scaffolded sheet to help break the questions down, too for lower ability. Overall use of surds, Pythagoras Theorem and area formula for polygons are tested. Answers are provided in both surd format and to 2 decimals places.
SolutionsEducation
Area of compound/composite shapes

Area of compound/composite shapes

The power point has been attached to allow for easy changes to be made and to duplicate questions with different numbers etc. Differentiated questions are attached on a printable word document. Colour coordinated for visual. From basic compound shapes of two rectangles, moving on to include parallelograms, triangles and trapeziums. Final challenge will include circles and problem solving. I laminated these cards and used mini whiteboards to take the children outside of the classroom. The worksheet is further practice and is not something I created myself, but useful for consolidation as a homework. Also differentiated.
eca04pn
OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Check In Test 8.05 Circles

OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Check In Test 8.05 Circles

A 10 question test on Circles, comprising: 5 questions on procedural calculations; 3 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 2 problem solving questions. At the end of the test there is an extension activity which will allow more able students to stretch themselves. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a topic assessment, starter or plenary activity or for homework or revision. Topics include: Circle nomenclature: understand and use the terms centre, radius, chord, diameter and circumference. Circle nomenclature: understand and use the terms tangent, arc, sector and segment. Visit http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/by-subject/mathematics/ for more resource ideas.
OCR_Maths
Maths / STEM / Science Project Lesson - Density of Metals (Density, Ratio, Volume)

Maths / STEM / Science Project Lesson - Density of Metals (Density, Ratio, Volume)

This is a Maths/STEM project lesson based around calculating and comparing the density of different metals. Students have to first calculate and rank the densities of the metals, than answer questions based on combining different ratios of metals. These questions involve working out density, volume or mass from compound metal alloys of differing ratios. The lesson was pitched at year 10, and has a support sheet to enable access for foundation students. The lesson was designed to last 75 minutes, but actually the difficult quesitons in the sheet means it could easily last 90 minutes or more if required.
MrWatkins123
Volume Angles Trapeziums Bundle

Volume Angles Trapeziums Bundle

Volume Angles Trapeziums Bundle All answers are included. If bought independently, these 3 resources would cost £7, but I am offering them in this bundle for £5.50, a saving of 21%. To view items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
Plans & Elevations Matching Activity & More

Plans & Elevations Matching Activity & More

Three activities for students to work on 2d representations of 3d solids, including: 1. Plans & Elevations Matching Activity Students must decide which plan, side and front view matches each of six different solids drawn on isometric paper. Answers are included and students record their answers in a table so you can check at a glance if they are on the right track. 2. Plans & Elevations Worksheet This could be used as an extension or a homework activity. Students have to draw the plans and elevations of a set of solids. The final question is in reverse - given the plans and elevations, can they work out the solid? 3. Isometric Drawing Practice This includes two activities help students learning about drawing in 3d. The first challenges them to draw all the different solids with 4 cubes. The second activity involves volume and surface area and challenges them to draw cuboids with specific criteria. ** Now Updated To Include** Two additional activities including plans & elevations of solids with sloping sides & scale drawings. Answers are included for all activities.
MathspadUK
Functional Skills L1 Revision Questions and Facts Cards. Matching or Flash cards. 40 cards.

Functional Skills L1 Revision Questions and Facts Cards. Matching or Flash cards. 40 cards.

Here are some revision cards I made after reviewing the chief examiners report for functional skills maths at level 1. I needed some new revision materials and I know learners often like to make revision cards. Here we have double sided cards which can be used in a few different ways. They are colour coded for number, shape space and measure and statistics. Plus 3 challenge cards in black. Plenty of challenge for even the most able L1 learners. Print the cards off and fold them over so you have flash cards with functional skills type questions on one side and the answers on the back. All answers have the maths facts associated with the questions and then a worked solution so the learners can see how to apply the knowledge to an actual question. Always more useful then just having a fact or an answer and excellent modeling of practice for learners who have up coming exams . Can be given out to take home and as such I have kept the pictures to a minimal to keep the printing costs lower. I have also used these cards cut up into answers and questions and given out for the learners to match them up, like matching cards and they can then photograph the cards when completed for further revision. Finally when learners are completing functional skills practice papers these cards are handy for the learners to refer to. After you have helped them you can collect a relevant card and test them to ensure they have now understood a topic they were struggling with. Instead of just giving them the answer try and solve a similar functional sills style question with them and then see if they can apply it to the paper. Level 2 will also be coming soon. Please see my shop letsgetfunctional for loads of revision activities for functional and GCSE maths. Please note if purchasing for use with GCSE maths these cards cover lots of functional skills topics but they do not cover topics which are not on the functional skills exam papers! For example probability trees, prime numbers and factors are not necessary to be taught and I like to keep my functional skills revision activities relevant to help functional skills learners pass their test without confusing them. The following topics are included: Fractions Percentages Rounding Converting fractions to a percentages Area and Perimeter and Volume Scale Plan Checking Calculations Mean and Range Bar Charts and Tables Converting metric units Practical problems Ratio Challenge questions (x 3)
jonesk5
Drawing 3D Shapes in Isometric Paper KS4

Drawing 3D Shapes in Isometric Paper KS4

A powerpoint presentation to explain now to draw 3D shapes on isometric paper. Part of my KS4 Maths Topics series, but this could also be used at KS3. This presentation has 9 slides (including one title and one end slide), and includes six examples, some of which are illustrated in the cover image for this product. Your pupils will love the clarity of the animated examples.
Magictrickster
5 Worksheets on the Circle Theorems

5 Worksheets on the Circle Theorems

5 Worksheets covering all the circle theorems - around 50 questions in total including answers Circle Theorems 1 is 10 questions on the angle at the centre and also the same segment Circle Theorems 2 is 10 questions on angles in a semicircle and a cyclic quadrilateral Circle Theorems 3 is 6 questions on radius / tangent and 2 tangents from one point Circle Theorems 4 is 6 questions on the Alternate Segment Theorem Circle Theorems 5 is 20 questions on all the theorems None of these questions are ridiculously complex as you get in textbooks and they are extremely well drawn though not to scale.
happymathematician
Roll-a-topic GCSE foundation Geometry Revision

Roll-a-topic GCSE foundation Geometry Revision

A revision activity that can be used for KS3 or foundation GCSE pupils. Can be implemented in lots of ways. I ask pupils to get into pairs, take turns rolling two dice to form a co-ordinate and attempt to solve the corresponding question. Pupil put their initials on problems they have solved and after 30-45 minutes stop and count who has solved the most. Very engaging for year 10 and 11 foundation GCSE pupils. If you use this resource please leave a review! :)
prescott72
Corresponding and Alternate Angles (full lesson)

Corresponding and Alternate Angles (full lesson)

An animated powerpoint demonstrating the equivalence of corresponding and alternate angles. Includes a starter to recap angles on a straight line and in a full turn, three worksheets of increasing difficulty, and a game of pairs where students match diagrams with the size of the unknown angle and the rule used.
dsattaur
Illustrating properties of shapes

Illustrating properties of shapes

2 differentiated worksheets working towards mastery in identifying and illustrating properties of shapes, including parallel lines, equal sides, equal angles, right angles and perpendicular lines. Includes reasoning and problem solving questions.
spanni
IB Maths HL - Complete Notes

IB Maths HL - Complete Notes

Complete notes, without any option topics, just the main topics 1 to 6 This is a collection of all of the notes I have written for my IB Maths HL class. They are handwritten, concise notes, covering the whole course in 77 pages. Topic 1 - Algebra - 21 Pages Topic 2 - Functions - 10 Pages Topic 3 - Trigonometry - 6 Pages Topic 4 - Vectors - 10 Pages Topic 5 - Statistics & Probability - 10 Pages Topic 6 - Calculus - 20 Pages If you would like to see what you would be getting, you can download Topic 1 of IB SL or IB Math Studies for free. I hope you enjoy, and please ‘follow’, as I will be uploading other IB resources soon.
jwmcrobert
Polygons rich task

Polygons rich task

A complete lesson on the theme of star polygons. An excellent way to enrich the topic of polygons, with opportunities for pupils to explore patterns, use notation systems, and make predictions & generalisations. No knowledge of interior or exterior angles needed. The investigation is quite structured and I have included answers, so you can see exactly what outcomes you can hope for, and pre-empt any misconceptions. Pupils investigate what happens when you connect every pth dot on a circle with n equally spaced dots on their circumference. For p>1 this generates star polygons, defined by the notation {n,p}. For example, {5,2} would mean connect every 2nd dot on a circle with 5 equally spaced dots, leading to a pentagram (see cover image). Pupils are initially given worksheets with pre-drawn circles to explore the cases {n,2} and {n,3}, for n between 3 and 10. After a chance to feedback on this, pupils are then prompted to make a prediction and test it. After this, there is a set of deeper questions, for pupils to try to answer. If pupils successfully answer those questions, they could make some nice display work! To finish the lesson, I’ve included a few examples of star polygons in popular culture and a link to an excellent short video about star polygons, that references all the ideas pupils have considered in the investigation. I’ve included key questions and other suggestions in the notes boxes. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Polygons introduction

Polygons introduction

A complete lesson on types of polygon, although it goes well beyond the basic classifications of regular and irregular. This lesson gives a flavour of how my resources have been upgraded since I started charging. Activities included: Starter: A nice kinesthetic puzzle, where pupils position two triangles to find as many different shapes as they can. Main: A slide of examples and non-examples of polygons, for pupils to consider before offering a definition of a polygon. A slide showing examples of different types of quadrilateral . Not the usual split of square, rectangle, etc, but concave, convex, equilateral, equiangular, regular, cyclic and simple. This may seem ‘hard’, but I think it is good to show pupils that even simple ideas can have interesting variations. A prompt for pupils to try and draw pentagons that fit these types, with some follow-up questions. A brief mention of star polygons (see my other resources for a complete lesson on this). Slides showing different irregular and regular polygons, together with some follow-up questions. Two Venn diagram activities, where pupils try to find polygons that fit different criteria. This could be extended with pupils creating their own Venn diagrams using criteria of their choice. Could make a nice display. Plenary: A table summarising the names of shapes they need to learn, with a prompt to make an educated guess of the names of 13, 14 and 15 sided shapes. Minimal printing needed and answers included where applicable. I have also added key questions and suggested extensions in the notes boxes. Please review if you buy as any feedback is very much appreciated.
danwalker
All 50 Maths Foundation Homework Revision Sheets (9-1) - Includes all ANSWERS

All 50 Maths Foundation Homework Revision Sheets (9-1) - Includes all ANSWERS

This is a bundle of all 5 sets of my homework sheets. I have been giving these out as a homework booklet to my year 11’s all year. For me a booklet consists of Homework 1,11,21,31,41,and 51. We then go through the answers so students can self assess. I feel these have helped strengthen their understanding on some of the basic topics, leaving me more time in class to concentrate on more complex problems.
dandavies8
10 GCSE Maths Foundation Homework Revision (9-1) Part 5 -Includes all ANSWERS

10 GCSE Maths Foundation Homework Revision (9-1) Part 5 -Includes all ANSWERS

Here I have created revision worksheets for my current Foundation Year 11s. There are a total of 50 worksheets, designed to help students to master the 1 and 2 marks questions. I give these out as a weekly homework, and my students have come on leaps and bounds. Them covering these small topics on a weekly basis, allows me to cover the more in depth topics in class. This is set 1-10. Enjoy. Topics covered: Area and perimeter Triangles Quadrilaterals Volume Surface Area Vectors Forming expressions Complex volume
dandavies8
Perimeter of Compound Shapes Activity

Perimeter of Compound Shapes Activity

This activity is differentiated by task and there are additional aids that can be printed to differentiate further or offer scaffolding. Pupils can complete this individually or in pairs. ***Answers are provided **- questions 8 onwards are open-ended questions that have multiple answers, so need to be either checked by the teach or peers. The activity can be shown on a board or used as a worksheet that is handed out. This task is designed to challenge students of differing ability and provide teachers with a great resource that help reduce their planning, whilst creating interesting and productive lessons that have progress.
SolutionsEducation
Using trigonometry for area of triangles (Updated)

Using trigonometry for area of triangles (Updated)

Great for homework. Updated worksheet for finding the area of triangles using sine. Includes formula and reminder that the angle needs to be between the sides. Worked examples are given, including for working backwards. Answers included. Get much more with Flow Mathematics for your school. Visit https://flowmathematics.co.uk/schools/ and save up to 90%.
FlowMathematics
Carl Gauss Birthday Challenge

Carl Gauss Birthday Challenge

The activity contains 10 sections of questions based around life of one of the greatest mathematicians. Students will get an opportunity to perform calculations on numbers linked to Gauss’s life, spot patterns with numbers and make connections as well as broaden their horizons by answering questions from other academic disciplines.
mathstakeoff
Plans and Elevations Introduction Lesson

Plans and Elevations Introduction Lesson

Teaches students the meaning of front elevation, side elevation, and plan. Allows students to observe an isometric drawing and create the elevations and plan. Encourages students to think of different ways of putting a limited number of cubes together and draw the different views that are possible.
amisonmj
Isometric Drawing

Isometric Drawing

A task that progresses nicely and allows those who pick this up quickly the chance to think a little more deeply about how to draw 3 dimensional shapes on an isometric grid.
amisonmj
Operation Bearings - Outdoor bearings activity

Operation Bearings - Outdoor bearings activity

This is an adapted activity for practising bearings outdoors. Students are asked to use compasses on their phones to follow instructions on bearings. I had the students dropping a cone at each stage and trailing a piece of string behind them. Following correctly results in an arrow being formed on the ground, this can then lead to questioning like ‘we all started in different places, facing different ways, why are the arrows pointing the same way?’. They can then be extended to write their own instructions or story of bearings to follow. I found the original on a blog but with a photo of the worksheet, I re-wrote it, changed ‘clicks’ to ‘steps’ to work on a smaller scale and added an extension. I used this with a lower set year 9, but could also work with advanced year 7s through to weaker year 10s I think.
jamieleechaplin
Fortnite - Bearings and Scale Drawings

Fortnite - Bearings and Scale Drawings

Simple Bearings and Scale drawings activity based on Fortnite Battle Royale. Suitable for KS3. My Year 8 group are obsessed with this game, so made the sheet to hopefully engage them with this topic. Uploaded as a Word doc so can be easily edited - I’m sure there’s more that can be done using this game as a basis.
worthing wire
Compound Area with Circles - Problem Solving

Compound Area with Circles - Problem Solving

This is a lesson developing on from area and circumference of circles, allowing students to apply the skills onto more complex shapes and incorporate into a problem solving question. Answers are on slides, as well as some examples and the complex problem at the end has a step by step. This is aimed at upper middle/higher ability students
AcingMaths
Cluedo - Shape

Cluedo - Shape

Adapted resource from @danwalker (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/algebra-cluedo-6339269) Revision of Foundation topics based on shape - Perimeter, area, volume, surface area, circles, plans and elevations along with some function skills questions
lj9g08
Crack The Safe - Vectors

Crack The Safe - Vectors

The usual activity on these but with vectors this time. Students can check that they are doing the right sort of thing as possible answers are on the sheet. Designed to be a starter/plenary.
alutwyche
Crack The Safe - Congruence and Similarity

Crack The Safe - Congruence and Similarity

Another “Crack The Safe” activity but on congruence and similarity this time. This enables students to self-check answers as their answer needs to appear in the options. It should generate a bit of discussion too, but the intention for me is to use these as starters or plenaries. Amended question 2.
alutwyche
SAMPLE LESSON: Measures and Estimating

SAMPLE LESSON: Measures and Estimating

A FREE SAMPLE Powerpoint lesson on measures and estimation aimed at KS2-KS4. All of my Powerpoint lessons are in a very similar format, with clear objective and outcomes and differentiated printable tasks for students to do. If you like what you see, please feel free to leave a review and comment on the resource. More Powerpoint lessons coming soon! Many thanks
cookiemonster611
Volume and surface area homework

Volume and surface area homework

Homework includes: Title, name, due date Questions Challenge questions Problem solver Exam style questions -Solutions for all Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25