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Maths GCSE Unit 1 - Number theory

Maths GCSE Unit 1 - Number theory

A full scheme of foundation maths work relating to unit 1 of the new GCSE spec. This can also be used with higher ability year 9 students. All the work is contained withing a large zip folder, which as sub folders containing a large amount of work for the lessons below. This covers; Calculations Decimal Numbers Place Value Factors and Multiples Square, cube and root numbers Index notion Prime factor Included are lesson starters/ plenaries to accompany the worksheets provided.
willCMM
Place Value

Place Value

This is a place value lesson for Year 7. Their is a worksheet attached and you can use it but it has no questions - you could write the questions on a board or give your students a sheet of place value problems. The worksheet is a word document and looks weird in the photo but if you open in word (2007 or higher) it should go back to normal and print just fine. it is just TES' way of taking screenshots of my work
gossm2005
Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

This giant bundle of resources is everything a teacher needs in the busy Christmas period. There are a range of numeracy tasks to suit all abilities. The resources are bright, festive and fun while still covering NC requirements. They can be picked-up and put-down between other 'Christmas' activities and the children really enjoy completing them.
crigdon
Roman Numerals, Years (Treasure Hunt)

Roman Numerals, Years (Treasure Hunt)

This activity helps students practice converting from Roman Numerals. These particular conversions are tricky, so students will need to have a good knowledge of Roman Numerals before you give them this task. Click --> https://tes.com/.../Treasure Hunts for similar style Treasure Hunts on more than 20 other topics. -- Note that unlike most Treasure Hunts, this one has the added feature that the answers give an encrypted clue. Deciphering this clue reveals where the treasure is hidden! A Treasure Hunt is a great activity which children love. They are ideal for revision, starters or plenaries. They are a really great way to get students to answer questions quickly and enjoy doing so. These question cards have been prepared in two sizes. The large cards can be pinned around around the classroom and used for a whole class activity; the smaller (loop cards) can be used for group work or by individuals – they are particularly helpful for one-to-one tutorials and during interventions.
Maths4Everyone
20 Cracking Word Problems - 3 levels of challenge and answer sheets included

20 Cracking Word Problems - 3 levels of challenge and answer sheets included

This resource contains three pages each with 20 great word problems suitable for children aged 6 to 12. There are three sets of 20 questions differentiated three ways. All the answers have been worked out for you, so this resource is a 'ready to go' resource - simply download, print off and distribute. If you have downloaded this resource please write a review, all feedback welcomed. Also check out my other resources search for 'rich4ruth' as an author. Thanks
rich4ruth
Roman Numerals (Interactive PowerPoint Game)

Roman Numerals (Interactive PowerPoint Game)

This is a fun interactive whiteboard game, created in PowerPoint, with triggered animations. All my students have loved this activity ('Sir, can we play the chain-game?'). It is enjoyable for both high and low ability – it not only reinforces the learning of the Roman Numerals, but students also need to remember where the numerals are hidden! -- I typically use this activity as a starter and then as a plenary at the end of the lesson. It gets the whole class involved – even when it's not a students turn, they are repeating the numbers in their head and they are desperate to say where the next number is! The way that I play the game: 1. I go through the members of the sequence and ensure that the students are familiar with each of the numbers; 2. When the board is revealed, I give about 15 seconds to ‘peek’ at the uncovered board so that the students can try to learn where the first few numbers are; 3. I then call up the students one-at-a-time to try an uncover as many numbers as they can before they go wrong. NOTES: I encourage the students to call out the number that they are looking for because this reinforces the learning. This activity works very well if you get two students to play against each other – either on the interactive whiteboard or on PCs.
Maths4Everyone
Mega Christmas Bundle KS2

Mega Christmas Bundle KS2

A great purchase: All my Christmas resources so far at one great price. Bundle includes: Wordsearches Anagrams Code Cracker RE lessons Word problems Maths reasoning puzzles/investigations Reading Comprehension/poetry Missing punctuation Usual Price of all resources individually = £17 (Save 70%) plus this week- an extra 25% off!
richbreeds
Christmas Maths Reasoning tasks Problems pack- Maths mastery KS2 (6 different worksheets included)

Christmas Maths Reasoning tasks Problems pack- Maths mastery KS2 (6 different worksheets included)

Here are 6 different tasks I made. They are reasoning problems all based on some of the old Nrich maths problems for more able children upper KS2- but all altered and with a Christmas theme. Eric the elf Elf City Christmas Treats Mother Claus good Deals? North Pole Diner Christmas Animal Crackers Pack includes all 6 of the reasoning problems/tasks on easy to print/laminate individual sheets and all answers. This is a fun activity that keeps the learning going until Christmas and my class are loving these. I may well make some more (if I have time!)
richbreeds