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Area of a sector

Area of a sector

A complete lesson on finding the area of a sector. Includes a collect-a-joke starter on areas of circles,highly visual examples of calculating areas, a worksheet with answers, challenging extension task and a mention of Florence Nightingale’s coxcomb diagrams, to give a real-life aspect. Please review it if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
75 Start of the day activities

75 Start of the day activities

This colourful resource will certainly keep the children busy every day. Whether it is as they come in and settle for the day or at another time, they will be engrossed by the wide variety of activities that this resource brings. TRIED AND TESTED ON PUPILS WHO LOVED IT! Slides include activities such as: Describing pictures Spellings Using their imagination Math problems What happens next? Creating things What if … questions …and many more
sav11e
Times table practice and multiplying/dividing by 10/100/1000

Times table practice and multiplying/dividing by 10/100/1000

Designed for any year group - in support of using the counting stick (see below) as a warm up. Choose any times table (complete up to 12x) and challenge your children to fill in the blanks, making sure that they can see the patterns for multiplying and dividing by 10/100 or 1000. Very useful resource. Good luck!
derbylad8
Area and Volume of Similar shapes

Area and Volume of Similar shapes

A full lesson for higher ability students looking at and answering exam style questions on the relationship between scale factor and area and volume. The lesson starts with some exam style recap questions on similarity and lengths, and has a ‘create a markscheme’ activity at the end. Any feedback is welcome!
laughforaliving
Geography Oracy Game

Geography Oracy Game

‘No pens’, just word of mouth and teamwork! This lesson will engage all abilities and challenge numeracy and literacy skills. Aimed at secondary geography students, but ideal for English or maths, this is a fun way to learn about how favelas might be improved, make decisions and argue points of view. An ideal lesson as a one-off, an introduction to a unit of work, or a review at the end. Resources are prepared ready for printing in colour.
bryanw
Pressure Reasoning Tasks

Pressure Reasoning Tasks

Several tasks all based on an Equdas GCSE question about pressure. These tasks are designed to improve students’ mathematical reasoning and were created as part of the Mathematical Reasoning at GCSE project run by Cambridge Maths Hub. The tasks vary in difficulty. They are not intended to be used all together; just pick and choose one or two suitable ones for your class. Full credit to the awesome Mr Barton for the Venn diagram template. If you are after similar tasks on other compound measures, you might like https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/density-and-volume-reasoning-tasks-11837600 which explores density, https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/standard-form-reasoning-tasks-11839225 which is based on calculating surface gravity (with some density questions) and https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/speed-and-fuel-economy-reasoning-tasks-11837737 which explores speed and fuel economy. All feedback very welcome. I’d be really interested to hear which tasks you chose and how you used them!
catrionashearer
Area of a circle

Area of a circle

A complete lesson (or maybe two) on area of a circle. Assumes that pupils have already used pi to calculate circumference. Includes a range of activities, from counting squares to estimate area, through to using the area rule, using the rule in reverse and a few problems in context. Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review it if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Fractions, Maths, SEN, SEND, Fraction Cards, equivalent fractions

Fractions, Maths, SEN, SEND, Fraction Cards, equivalent fractions

Fraction cards to help students learn their fractions. I included a cake picture as my students loved cake, so you would need to cut out both circles and glue them together if you wanted to do this (this was also for SEN to show how fractions apply in the reality). Fractions lie on top of each other. i.e. 1/5 on top of 2 x 1/10 to show equivalent fractions USed with KS3 SEND but could be used with all year groups.
libbyford