card matching activity- linear sequences - match the patterns, sequences, nth term and 20th term.

This is a card matching activity, there are 12 sets of 4 cards, each set contains the linear sequence in numbers, in pattern form, the nth term, and the 20th term. Could be used for small group, pair or individual work. To make this harder . -differentiate by taking out some of the cards so that students have to make their own to complete the sets.

Generating sequences

A worksheet on generating sequences with resources collated from DrFrostMaths, Mathsbox, @taylorda01

nth term of a linear sequence

Finding the nth term of a linear sequence with resources collated from http://www.interactive-maths.com/ukmt-random-question-generator.html, @taylorda01, Diagnostic Questions and Mathsbot

Sequences and Equations (Quadratic Linear) Problem Solving

A series of questions I wrote testing students understanding of linear and quadratic sequences. Some difficult problems for those students aiming for grades 7+

Sequences crossword

A crossword puzzle where students have to find the next terms in sequences. Nice introduction at KS3 or just a bit of consolidate.

Finding nth term of quadratic sequences

Explanation plus 4 scaffolded questions for how to find the nth term of a quadratic sequence. Answers on separate PDF.

Continuing and generating sequences lesson

Lesson includes Title, date, objective, success criteria, key words Starter Discussion task Definitions and examples Investigation tasks AfL quick fire questions Afl misconception questions AfL whiteboards Questions and solutions Accessible for lower ability and challenge high ability Plenary FUSE Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25

Find the Linear nth Term

Presentation based on finding the linear nth term. Red, amber, green, extension and answers included on the presentation. Has quite a bit a of animation to explain how to find the linear nth term. Includes traffic light questions.

Arithmetic Sequences

Lots of questions on finding the nth term of an arithmetic sequence (none of these questions refer to the summation). Answers are at the bottom of the sheet. Please let me know if you like it.

Infinite Worksheet - Algebra GYM

20 question worksheet covering all of the ALGEBRA topics Ideal as a starter or for form time Students copying from each other? Give each students their own bespoke worksheet. All have same question type with different values. Answers to all questions provided on separate answer sheet. Press F9 to change all the values in each question

SATs Bundle (Algebra)

Topic-focused SATs questions and fully-worked solutions for the ALGEBRA strand. Click 👉 tes.com/…/bundles… for booklet bundles of the other strands.&lt;hr&gt;I have put all my ALGEBRA booklets together in this one convenient download. I hope that this is helpful to you.&lt;hr&gt; The questions in these booklets are in the style of actual SATs questions and are designed to be printed as A4 or A5. KEY POINTS: I have provided full answers, with comments and working where helpful. I have maintained the style of the actual SATs questions so that students can become comfortable with the way that SATs questions are presented. Most of the questions are from actual SATs papers, but I have also added questions so that this resource matches the requirements the current curriculum better than the older resources that are still in common use (note that many of the older resources of this type contain questions on topics which are no longer examined). I have spent a lot of time arranging the questions so that there is a general increase in difficulty as students work through them, and so that they fit on the pages better – this means less wasted space and significant paper-saving when printing 😃 &lt;hr&gt;👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…

GCSE sequences exam style questions

A printer friendly worksheet of exam style questions from AQA. Includes linear, geometric, fibonacci and quadratic sequences. Includes answers. Enjoy!

Edexcel GCSE Mathematics Revision Resources

A collection of worksheets and powerpoints which are perfect for revision with Y11 in the GCSE run in. Included are capture/recapture, counting combinations, man hours, quadratic inequalities, quadratic sequences and Venn Diagrams.

GCSE Maths Revision Starters - Key Skills/Topics - Higher/Intermediate Tier

GCSE Maths Revision starters covering some Key Skills/Topics for Higher/Intermediate Tiers. Some questions repeat enough for students to gain more confidence and some alternate to cover a greater range of topics. Worked very well as starters over a short space of time in recapping, with restoring and building confidence in key topics the goal.

Differentiated questions on working out the nth term of quadratic sequences

KS2 Maths (Sequences)

These topic-focused SATs questions at the end of a unit will help to test and extend students’ understanding as well as helping them to prepare for SATs next year. These questions have fully-worked solutions which can be displayed on a whiteboard making feedback with students more efficient. Click 👉 tes.com/…/KS2-Maths-Questions… for similar-style compilations on the other KS2 topics.&lt;hr&gt;This particular compilation is from the ALGEBRA strand and contains questions on Sequences. The main booklet covers linear sequences, but I have also included a second booklet which has a few questions on non-linear sequences. Although non-linear are not specifically mentioned within the KS2 curriculum, I think that it is possible that this type of question could be asked in relation to general multiplication and division.&lt;hr&gt;I have designed this compilation to be printed as an A4 or A5 booklet which is in the style of the actual SATs papers and is convenient for use in class or as homework. It can even be given to individual students if a parent is asking for ‘some more work’! KEY POINTS: I have provided full answers, with comments and working where helpful. I have maintained the style of the actual SATs questions so that students can become comfortable with the way that SATs questions are presented. Most of the questions are from actual SATs papers, but I have also added questions so that this resource matches the requirements the current curriculum better than the older resources that are still in common use (note that many of the older resources of this type contain questions on topics which are no longer examined). I have spent a lot of time arranging the questions so that there is a general increase in difficulty as students work through them, and so that they fit on the pages better – this means less wasted space and significant paper-saving when printing 😃 &lt;hr&gt;👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…

Number Pattern Rule Cards

For a P6 class of 10 year olds using CfE. Equivalent KS3 Created for class to use in practicing applying pattern rules to work out number sequences. The green are the core/ lower rules with blue and red to challenge and extend their learning.

Linking nth term rule to linear graphs

This lesson starts with a recap of the nth term rule and then links this to linear graphs. It is quite an abstract connection and would work better with higher ability groups but can work equally well with lower ability groups if provided with extra scaffolding.

GCSE Revision

GCSE Revision. This pack includes two 20 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics at GCSE 9-1 Foundation Level. The tests are aimed at Foundation Level 2 and 3, but may also be useful revision for more able pupils and Key Stage 3. The 2 tests have very similar questions. Pupils can take the first test, identify areas to work on and complete further work. They can then take the second test to see if they have improved. **Full answer keys are included **for both tests and can be used for pupils to self-mark. A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to focus their revision. Encourage pupils to fill in the checklist and complete further questions on the topics they need to work on before taking the second test. The topics included are: Prime Numbers 2D Shapes Odd &amp; Even Numbers Equivalent Fractions Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) Collecting Like Terms Adding &amp; Subtracting Negative Numbers Finding the Shaded Area as a Fraction Vertices, Faces &amp; Edges The Product of Prime Factors Money Expanding a Single Bracket Powers (Indices) Factors Simplifying Algebra Sequences Simplifying Fractions Multiplying &amp; Dividing Negative Numbers Dividing Fraction, Decimal &amp; Percentage Conversions These are non-calculator questions. These worksheets can be used as practice questions, tests or homework. They are suitable for foundation students but may also be useful for higher GCSE students and some key stage 3 classes. The document is 7 pages in total. The tests can be printed as single pages. They can be printed in black and white or colour. You may also like: GCSE Revision Levels 3 &amp; 4 GCSE Revision Levels 4 &amp; 5 GCSE Revision Higher Level For my other resources, please go to Maths Shop Keywords: diagnostic tests, revision mat, mixed questions, revision, worksheet, test, calculator, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, foundation, level 2, level 3, mathematics, maths revision, math review.

The nth term and sum of an arithmetic sequence worksheet (with solutions)

A worksheet on finding the nth term and a partial sum of an arithmetic sequence (with positive difference) using the formulas. Detailed solutions are included. Good for GCSE/IGCSE students.

To be able to generate terms of a sequence from either a term-to-term or a position-to-term rule

Please find within this download: A detailed and engaging PowerPoint, Differentiated (SEN, LA, MA, HA &amp; Mastery) Worksheet with Answer Sheet for a complete lesson on this National Curriculum Statement. The PowerPoint has the following features: → Differentiated starter activity → Extremely logical and simplistic explanations with animated examples and pictures to aid learning → Careful step by step guidance that can be moved forwards and backwards through easily → Many opportunities for AfL embedded within the lesson → Plenary activity to finish the session The Word document has the following features: → Differentiated activities on one sheet from SEN, LA, MA, HA and Mastery Challenge → Coloured activity boxes to help you quickly assign tasks to children → Learning objective and short date (which automatically updates to the day you open the document) → Differentiated success criteria that link with the PowerPoint → Answer sheet included Explore our other Algebra Lessons:

Low threshold High ceiling number activity.

This activity is perfect for all ages. It gets the students to think about there answers and it can lead them in many directions. This is perfect for any class at any level of ability.

LESSON: GCSE Linear Graphs y=mx+c +TEST

A pack for an entire lesson of differentiated straight line linear graphs worksheets aimed at KS3-KS4.

Straight line graphs

A worksheet on straight line graphs aimed at KS3-KS4. Very similar to my pack of resource of five worksheets for an entire lesson. please click on on link here:

Geometric Sums codebreaker

A codebreaker where students find the sum of a geometric sequence for 91258

Sequences - Same Surface, Different Deep

These are based on the work of Craig Barton. They are for the sequences achievment standard 91258.

Arithmetic Sequences Revision Stack

Revision of Arithmetic Sequences as part of Achievement stadard 91258. Put cards facedown. Students turn one over, answer and find that answer etc. Based on an activity by Sarah Carter at mathsequalslove.

Terms of an Arithmetic Sequences Adds Up Activity

These activities are based on an idea from Sara Van der Werf. Encourages co-operative work. I have included adapted instructions. Part of 91258 sequences

Arithmetic Sequence Codebreaker

A simple codebreaker giving students practise at finding sums and terms of an arithmetic sequence for achievement standard 91258

nth terms and sequences starter

A starter/bell activity on sequences and nth terms aimed at KS3-KS4

Algebra bundle! (Y=Mx+c, expanding and factorising, indices, inequalities, algebraic graphs, simultaneous equations, solving equations)

All my algebra resources in one handy place! £15 when sold separately, but only £12 when bought as a bundle! Please feel free to browse the individual resources in my shop for more info on each. The bundle includes ready to go lessons, with: Starters, Animated examples and Differentiated questions with answers! Bundle includes lessons on: Naming and drawing lines in the form of y=mx+c, Expanding single brackets, Factorising single brackets, Expanding double brackets, Factorising quadratic equations, Index notation and index laws, Fractional and negative indices, Introduction to inequalities, Solving inequalities, Inequalities on graphs, Quadratic graphs, Cubic and reciprocal graphs, Exponential graphs, Solving simultaneous equations with graphs, Solving simultaneous equations, Solving quadratic equation by factorisation, Introduction to completing the square, Introduction to solving equations using the quadratic formula, Solving equations, Unknowns on both sides, Solving equations with brackets, Expand and simplify to solve equations, Solving equations with fractions, Set up and solving equations. Term to term sequences, Nth term, Quadratic sequences. All these lessons will keep you going for weeks! I really hope this bundle helps your planning and work/life balance. Thanks =]

Sequences GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with solutions)

Five worksheets on sequences. Detailed solutions are provided. Good for GCSE/IGCSE students.

The nth term of linear and quadratic sequences worksheet (with solutions)

A worksheet on calculating the nth term of linear and quadratic sequences. Solutions are included. Good for GCSE/IGCSE students.

Sequences puzzle

Pupils are given two fractions as the start of a sequence, and try to extend it. Could be made easier or introduced using integers rather than fractions, maybe with some decimals and negatives in between. Works as either a ‘low floor high ceiling’ task, or as a way of revising different sequence types and also decimals, negatives and fractions. Particularly for the quadratic sequence, there’s scope to spend time looking at the algebra needed to find solutions. Please let me know if you can think of any other ways to extend the task!

To generate a sequence from a term to term rule

Full lesson on Promethean software, for teaching generating a sequence from the term to term rule, including: -differentiated learning objectives -key words -slides containing examples for use when teaching the content differentiated questioning answers

GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice Questions – Maths Revision Mats

GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice. This pack includes two 20 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics at GCSE 9-1 Foundation Levels 3 to 4. The 2 tests have very similar questions. Pupils can take the first test, identify areas to work on and complete further work. They can then take the second test to see if they have improved. Full answer keys are included for both tests and can be used for pupils to self-mark. A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to focus their revision. Encourage pupils to fill in the checklist and complete further questions on the topics they need to work on before taking the second test. The topics included are: Area Factors Ratio Percentages of amounts Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) Proportion with money Simplifying Algebra Angles BIDMAS/BODMAS (PEMDAS) Unit Conversions Multiplication Solving linear equations Squares and square roots Dividing Fractions of amounts Expanding a single bracket Prime Numbers Fraction, decimal, percentage conversions Linear nth term Algebra substitution These are non-calculator questions. These worksheets can be used as practice questions, tests or homework. They are suitable for foundation students but may also be useful for higher GCSE students and some key stage 3 classes. The document is 7 pages in total. The tests can be printed as single pages. They can be printed in black and white or colour. You may also be interested in GCSE Questions for Level 4 and 5 and Revision homework For my other resources, please go to Maths Shop Keywords: diagnostic tests, revision mat, mixed questions, revision, worksheet, test, calculator, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, foundation, level 4, level 3, mathematics, maths revision, math review.

Substituting into nth term to create a sequence

Worksheet that starts with producing a linear sequence from an nth term. Using the minimally different approach students are asked to spot what is similar about certain sequences and how this is shown in the nth term itself. The second page is generating fractional sequences. Third page looks at quadratic sequences being produced. On both the second and third pages students can be asked what is the same and what is different when compared to the linear sequences on page one.

Term-to-term rule investigation - finding a general rule

A short investigation where students use a term-to-term rule to create a linear sequence. They are asked to find the 11th and 101st terms, and so encouraged to think of a more generalised rule.

Identifying Sequences - Square number, triangle number, Fibonacci

A simple booklet designed for my bottom set year 8 class to get them looking at these key sequences, trying to develop their ability to spot patterns and make predictions.

2017 Year 6 Maths SATs revision - Week 3 of a 4 week revision programme

Topics covered are: Arithmetic (Paper 1) - addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of 2 digit - 6 digit numbers, decimals, fractions and BODMAS Maths reasoning (Paper 2 and Paper 3) - problem solving involving algebra; problem solving involving all four operations, geometry - shape and angles, SATs safari based around algebra questions. Session ends with AfL work drawn from the 2016 SATs papers. Each session is supported by presentations for Smartboard and for Promethean (and new for 2018 PowerPoint, worked examples in the form of You Tube clips for your own use or with your class and 4 way differentiated independent activities.

2017 (updated for 2018) KS2 (Year 6) Maths SATs revision - Arithmetic BODMAS and Algebra Safari

A plan, set of teaching resources, Interactive Whiteboard presentations for both Promethean and Smartboards. (New for 2018 – PowerPoint Presentations) This resource uses the questions on 2016 Key Stage 2 SATs papers 1, 2 and 3 to revise your class’ understanding of quick arithmetic methods and revise a specific aspect of the reasoning papers. This is the fifteenth lesson in a revision programme designed to prepare Year 6 children for the Maths SATs papers 1, 2 and 3. **Learning Objectives covered: ** To solve simple algebraic equations. (LA) To solve multistep algebraic equations (MA) To solve and explain multistep algebraic equations. (HA) The lesson consists of: A powerpoint to introduce the lesson A set of algebraic problems are provided to be cut and distributed in three areas of the classroom A score card is provided to allow children to compete as equals while Teachers / TAs mark each question before children are free to move on to the next.