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Angles - whats the mistake?

Angles - whats the mistake?

Spot the mistake - a mix of different angles questions, really good as a revision task or as a starter/plenary. Great for addressing common misconceptions!
grw100
Angle animals - angles in polygons worksheet

Angle animals - angles in polygons worksheet

Calculate all the missing angles in the sheep, dog and frog. My class loved this and it was a great way make angles in polygons more interesting and do a bit of problem solving with it too. The worksheet is in both PDF and Microsoft Publisher format.
grw100
Fun revision activities for GCSE Maths

Fun revision activities for GCSE Maths

Two sets of 12 cards for students to cut up, solve and then place cards in ascending/descending order of solutions. A multiple choice activity - where each answer gives a letter. The full set of letters can be rearranged to spell the name of a band, and finally a cross number all covering multiple topics Just a slightly different way to get students to look at revision. A range of grades to allow access for all from beginning.
sian-ceri
Fun revision activity for GCSE Maths

Fun revision activity for GCSE Maths

12 cards for students to cut up, solve and then place cards in ascending order of solutions. Just a slightly different way to get students to look at revision. A range of grades to allow access for all from beginning. When I use this with my class, I get students to work in pairs. I also give them paper to stick the cards on once order is complete and get them to write their working around the outside. I have found students to be much more engaged than if they were just given a page of questions. The 12 included topics are: Solving linear equations x's on both sides,fractions with negative fractional powers, Pythagoras' theorem, finding area of a triangle (using 1/2 absinC), median of a box plot, HCF, Percentage loss, standard form, area of a sector, circle theorems, mean of grouped data and range from stem and leaf diagram. Most of the included topics are around the higher/foundation borderline.
sian-ceri
Calculating Bearings (Worksheets with Solutions)

Calculating Bearings (Worksheets with Solutions)

Five differentiated worksheets (with detailed solutions) that allow students to take the first steps, then strengthen and extend their skills in working out bearings from diagrams. These sheets are good to use in class with younger students, but also make a great homework. -- I have worksheets on more than 50 other topics – click here 👉 https://tes.com/.../worksheets… to see them. 👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page does not work, then go to your ratings page by clicking here 👉 https://tes.com/.../rate-resources…
Maths4Everyone
KS3/KS4 Maths: Angles in Parallel Lines

KS3/KS4 Maths: Angles in Parallel Lines

1. Highly visual PowerPoint taking pupils through the different types of angles in parallel lines. 2. A well differentiated worksheet encourgaing pupils to give reasons for their answers. 3. Worksheet includes 3 challenging GCSE questions and a NRICH task. 4. PowerPoint includes fully worked out answers.
fintansgirl
Interior Angles, Exterior Angles and Angle Sum Revision

Interior Angles, Exterior Angles and Angle Sum Revision

An Excel Workbook containing a spreadsheets to practice the GCSE skills of calculating with interior angles, exterior angles and angle sums of polygons. The sheet has an associated answer sheet going through each question. The questions have multiple choice answers, generated using the answer and potential misconceptions. If the correct letter is given it turns the answer box green, or red if incorrect. Note that your computer will need Microsoft Excel with Calculation Options set to 'Manual' and Macros enabled. There is a set up sheet which gives some advice on how to do this. Clicking the 'More Questions' black square will clear the sheet and recalculate questions and answers. Excel's Zoom Bar can be used to scale the sheet up and down to fit on your monitor. Note that as the questions are randomised, some questions could be repeated. With a constant number of re-generated questions (and answers), students can practice this to their heart's content. After all, practice makes perfect!
Ralphbutcher
Angles KS2

Angles KS2

This is a presentation using the angle family; Mr Obtuse, Mrs. Right, Baby Acute and Reflex Rex! It is a fun way to help students remember the different types of angles. The last slide contains a quick review of what they learned. The worksheet contains 6 different angles. The children must first name the angles. Then, estimate their size and finally measure them using a protractor. I would recommend using these resources with Year 4 or Year 5.
emmabee89