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Year 4 Compare and Order Angles Block 5 Step 2 Lesson Pack

Year 4 Compare and Order Angles Block 5 Step 2 Lesson Pack

This Year 4 Compare and Order Angles lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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FREE Year 4 Identify Angles Summer Block 5 Step 1 Lesson Pack

FREE Year 4 Identify Angles Summer Block 5 Step 1 Lesson Pack

This Year 4 Identify Angles lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes two reasoning and one problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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Angles/ Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines: Geometry Escape Room - Math

Angles/ Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines: Geometry Escape Room - Math

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with finding the angles and slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines in slope-intercept form. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Tarsia Puzzle, and Message Decoder ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
ScienceSpot
Polygon angles investigation

Polygon angles investigation

A complete lesson with a focus on angles as variables. Basically, pupils investigate what angle relationships there are when you overlap a square and equilateral triangle. A good opportunity to extend the topic of polygons, consider some of the dynamic aspects of geometry and allow pupils to generate their own questions. Prior knowledge of angles in polygons required. Activities included: Starter: A mini-investigation looking at the relationship between two angles in a set of related diagrams, to recap on basic angle calculations and set the scene for the main part of the lesson. Main: A prompt (see cover image) for pupils to consider, then another prompt for them to work out the relationship between two angles in the image. A slide to go through the answer (which isn’t entirely straight forward), followed by two animations to illustrate the dynamic nature of the answer. A prompt for pupils to consider how the original diagram could be varied to generate a slightly different scenario, as a prompt for them to investigate other possible angle relationships. I’ve not included answers from here, as the outcomes will vary with the pupil. The intention is that pupils then investigate for themselves. Plenary: Another dynamic scenario for pupils to consider, which also reinforces the rules for the sum of interior and exterior angles. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Interior and exterior angles of polygons

Interior and exterior angles of polygons

A more challenging lesson, mostly on polygon angles, with a focus on considering alternative approaches to less formulaic questions. Designed to come after pupils have spent time calculating interior and exterior angles. Starter: A prompt for pupils to try to accurately draw a regular pentagon and regular hexagon. The intention is that they could use a protractor and knowledge of interior or exterior angles to do this (although they could use compass methods, if they know them). Main: A prompt and basic question on using the fact that the interior and exterior angle at any vertex sum to 180 degrees. Two related questions for pupils to consolidate, but also build towards the next task. An image of a square and regular pentagon overlapping for pupils to consider. Firstly, a prompt for them to identify as many shapes as they can, then a prompt for them to find the value of a marked angle. There are quite a few ways of doing this, and the intention is that pupils try to find these (as many as possible). I’ve then animated (but without words) six possible methods of obtaining an answer, so the task could be flipped into “describe the method” instead of “find the angle”. Pupils could then make a poster showing different methods, or collaborate and discuss their approaches if you didn’t use the flipped approach. A second image to be considered in a similar way. Plenary: A table showing shapes by number of sides, interior and exterior angle (if regular) together with a set of related questions to probe for any misconceptions. No printing needed! Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Exterior angles of polygons

Exterior angles of polygons

A complete lesson on exterior angles of polygons. I cover exterior angles after interior angles, so I should point out that the starter does rely on pupils knowing how to do calculations involving interior angles. See my other resources for a lesson on interior angles. Activities included: Starter: Some recap questions involving interior angles and also exterior angles, but with the intention that pupils just use the rule for angles on a line, rather than a formal definition of exterior angles (yet). Main: A “what’s the same,what’s different” prompt followed by examples and non-examples of exterior angles, to get pupils thinking about a definition of them. A mini- investigation into exterior angles. Prompts to establish and then prove algebraically that exterior angles sum to 360 degrees for a triangle and a quadrilateral. The proofs could be skipped, if you felt this was too hard. A worksheet of more standard exterior angle questions with a progression in difficulty. Plenary: A slide animating a visual proof of the rule, followed by a hyperlink to a different visual proof. Printable worksheets and answers included. I’ve also included suggested questions and extensions in the notes boxes at the bottom of each slide. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Interior angles of polygons

Interior angles of polygons

A complete lesson on interior angles of polygons. Activities included: Starter: A slide showing examples and non-examples of interior angles, for pupils to think about a definition, followed by a set of images where pupils must identify any interior angles (sounds easy and dull, but isn’t!) Main: A recap of visual proofs of why the interior angles of a triangle sum to 180 degrees and those of a quadrilateral sum to 360 degrees, leading to the obvious question of “what next?” Prompts for the usual “investigation” into the sum of interior angles for polygons, by splitting into triangles. A set of questions designed to be done with mini whiteboards, starting with basic sums of interior angles, interior angles of regular polygons and finally a few variations (see cover image). A four-part worksheet (one page if printed two-a-side and two-sided) with a similar progression in difficulty. Plenary: A slide summarising the rules encountered, together with some key questions to check for any misconceptions. Printable worksheets and answers included. I’ve also included suggested questions and extensions in the notes boxes at the bottom of each slide. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Basic Angle Facts Lesson

Basic Angle Facts Lesson

This was taught as a one hour lesson on angles on straight lines, around a point & vertically opposite angles. I taught this to a middle ability year 7 group and by the end most students were comfortable with the LO’s Differentiation is through increased difficulty and depth as the questions progress, I use the students’ confidence with the examples to set starting points. Included is: 1 Presentation 2 Printable Activity 3 Printable Extension 4 Exit Ticket with Feedback indicators I usually display the initial questions on the bard and only print the extension but have included all printable resources. Feedback is much appreciated :)
MrMatthewBracewell
Angles using parallel lines worksheet / homework with help sheet

Angles using parallel lines worksheet / homework with help sheet

This is a resource I created for my Year 6 maths set (high ability) which would be suitable for KS3 as well. There are a number of angles which the students have to calculate without measuring, based on rules regarding angles and parallel lines. There are two versions, one with more answers given, and this could be given in class or as a homework task depending on the support required. The helpsheet contains powerpoint slides taken from a resource published by @dwatson802 called Angles with Parallel and intersecting lines.
MrHawes8
Angles in a triangle

Angles in a triangle

Angles in a triangle worksheet with resources collated from Don Steward (https://donsteward.blogspot.co.uk/), CIMT and Diagnostic Questions
mrgunnmaths
Circle theorem and algebra

Circle theorem and algebra

Few questions I wrote where students have to set up and solve equations, using their knowledge of circle theorems. Please note on the handwritten sheet, I made a mistake. One of the cyclic quadrilaterals and simultaneous equations does not work, the equations are parallel. I usually sell it as “I have made one deliberate mistake”
steele1989
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
Year 4 Maths BUNDLE

Year 4 Maths BUNDLE

This resource is a BUNDLE of all of the different strands of the 2014 National Curriculum of England’s Maths objectives for Year 4 in NUMBER & PLACE VALUE; OPERATIONS; FRACTIONS & DECIMALS; MEASUREMENT; AND PROPERTIES OF SHAPE. ADDITIONALLY there are HANDS-ON FRACTION & DECIMAL AND MEASUREMENT PRACTICE WITH FOOD AND PAPER AIRPLANES for children to apply their understanding in context with donuts and lemonade. The pack can be used for reinforcement, in Maths centres for review, Morning Maths work, as well as for home learning tasks.
erinbrasington
Year 4 Maths: Properties of Shape

Year 4 Maths: Properties of Shape

This resource has been made using the properties of shape objectives for Year 4 from the 2014 National Curriculum of England: Compare and classify geometric shapes, including quadrilaterals and triangles, based on their properties and sizes Identify acute and obtuse angles and compare and order angles up to two right angles by size Identify lines of symmetry in 2D shapes presented in different orientations Complete a simple symmetric figure with respect to a specific line of symmetry The pack can be used for reinforcement, in Maths centres for review, Morning Maths work, as well as for home learning tasks.
erinbrasington
Year 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes Summer Block 2 Step 7 Lesson Pack

Year 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes Summer Block 2 Step 7 Lesson Pack

This Year 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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Year 3 Compare Angles Summer Block 3 Step 3 Lesson Pack

Year 3 Compare Angles Summer Block 3 Step 3 Lesson Pack

This Year 3 Compare Angles lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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Year 3 Right Angles in Shapes Summer Block 3 Step 2 Lesson Pack

Year 3 Right Angles in Shapes Summer Block 3 Step 2 Lesson Pack

This Year 3 Right Angles in Shapes lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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GCSE 9-1 Geometry Questions (Bundle)

GCSE 9-1 Geometry Questions (Bundle)

These carefully selected compilations of exam questions have fully-worked solutions designed for students to go through at home, saving valuable time in class. Click 👉 tes.com/…/Exam Question Bundles… to download the other four bundles.<hr>I usually print these questions as an A5 booklet and issue them in class or give them out as a homework. I also make them available for a student who wants to do focused independent study on a topic.<hr>👍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…
Maths4Everyone
Year Five - Autumn, Spring, Sum 1 and Sum 2 (Follows order of White Rose)

Year Five - Autumn, Spring, Sum 1 and Sum 2 (Follows order of White Rose)

All teaching slides for Autumn and Spring and Sum 1 and Sum 2. Influenced by recent maths hub CPD training and mastery/CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Includes reasoning and problem solving activities to explore, model and discuss in order to teach the underlying mathematical concepts. Follows ORDER of White Rose teaching guidance. Join the Facebook group ‘mastering primary maths’ for preview lessons in the files section :)
xkarenx
FREE Year 3 Turns and Angles Summer Block 3 Step 1 Lesson Pack

FREE Year 3 Turns and Angles Summer Block 3 Step 1 Lesson Pack

This Year 3 Turns and Angles lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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Year 5 Calculating Angles around a Point Summer Block 2 Step 6 Lesson Pack

Year 5 Calculating Angles around a Point Summer Block 2 Step 6 Lesson Pack

This Year 5 Calculating Angles around a Point lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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GCSE maths revision 1- 5

GCSE maths revision 1- 5

A collection of foundation maths resources aimed at post 16 learners in an FE setting but equally useful for all foundation maths students looking for revision practice. Tips for effective revision, a mathematical model of problem solving and revision opportunities for topics including: fractions, percentages (including % change), algebra, standard form to name a few. 11 topics included overall
drpallad
Maths Quiz

Maths Quiz

A maths quiz that tests multiple areas of the maths curriculum: Mental Maths Calculations involving decimals Money Shape Area and Perimeter BODMAS Measurements & Units Percentages Duration Speed Data Handling Circles
paultyler
Year 5 Drawing Lines and Angles Summer Block 2 Step 4  Lesson Pack

Year 5 Drawing Lines and Angles Summer Block 2 Step 4 Lesson Pack

This Year 5 Drawing Lines and Angles lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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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
Year 5 Angles on a Straight Line Summer Block 2 Step 5  Lesson Pack

Year 5 Angles on a Straight Line Summer Block 2 Step 5 Lesson Pack

This Year 5 Angles on a Straight Line lesson pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency, and reasoning problem solving questions. The varied fluency resource is differentiated in three ways and includes a selection of different questions types. The reasoning and problem solving resource is differentiated in three ways and includes one reasoning and two problem solving question types. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
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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
3D Trigonometry

3D Trigonometry

A worksheet with plenty of 3D Trig questions for students to try. Please let me know if you like it. Numerical answers are at the bottom.
RAGMaths
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
Circle theorems lesson 8

Circle theorems lesson 8

A complete lesson on the theorem that a perpendicular bisector of a chord passes through the centre of a circle. Assumes pupils can already use the theorems that: The angle at the centre is twice the angle at the circumference The angle in a semicircle is 90 degrees Angles in the same same segment are equal .Opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral sum to 180 degrees A tangent is perpendicular to a radius Angles in alternate segments are equal Tangents from a point are equal so that more varied questions can be asked. Please see my other resources for lessons on these theorems. Activities included: Starter: An animation reminding pupils about perpendicular bisectors, with the intention being that they would then practice this a few times with ruler and compass. Main: Instructions for pupils to investigate the theorem, by drawing a circle, chord and then bisecting the chord. Slides to clarify the ‘two-directional’ nature of the theorem. Examples of missing angle or length problems using the theorem (plus another theorem, usually) A similar set of eight questions for pupils to consolidate. An extension prompt for pupils to use the theorem to locate the exact centre of a given circle. Plenary: An animation of the proof without words, the intention being that pupils try to describe the steps. Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review if you buy, as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Circle theorems lesson 7

Circle theorems lesson 7

A complete lesson on the theorem that tangents from a point are equal. Assumes pupils can already use the theorems that: The angle at the centre is twice the angle at the circumference The angle in a semicircle is 90 degrees Angles in the same same segment are equal .Opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral sum to 180 degrees A tangent is perpendicular to a radius Angles in alternate segments are equal so that more varied questions can be asked. Please see my other resources for lessons on these theorems. Activities included: Starter: Instructions for pupils to discover the theorem, by drawing tangents and measuring. Main: Slides to clarify why this theorem usually involves isosceles triangles. Related examples, finding missing angles. A set of eight questions using the theorem (and usually another theorem or angle fact). Two very sneaky extension questions. Plenary: An animation of the proof without words, the intention being that pupils try to describe the steps. Printable worksheets and answers included. Please review if you buy, as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker