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The Big Arithmetic Quiz of the Year KS2

The Big Arithmetic Quiz of the Year KS2

To support with KS2 SATs- there is an array of different arithmetic question to complete. Can be done in teams/pairs or individually using the answer sheet. Presentation is split in to sections (normally 4 questions) then same questions are repeated with answers to break up the session. Children enjoy the competition and good to do in mixed ability pairs so support can be given and keeps the scores fairly the same.
chimneys86
Christmas square numbers maze.

Christmas square numbers maze.

A maze where pupils have to find their way from start to finish to help Santa to deliver the presents. They have to choose the correct answer to the square numbers from 1 to 12. An answer sheet is included. Merry Christmas!
louise anderson
Christmas cube numbers maze

Christmas cube numbers maze

A maze where pupils have to find their way from start to finish to help Santa to deliver the presents. They have to choose the correct answer to the cube numbers from 1 to 12. An answer sheet is included. Merry Christmas!
louise anderson
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
Standard Form Revision Booklet

Standard Form Revision Booklet

A booklet containing exam questions on standard form. Based on the wonderful revision booklets created by tes user a51_ufo. Page 3 contains some key information but the document setup does allow for the page to be omitted when printed if using as an assessment. I have included the mark scheme however the question numbers don't match with those in the booklet- the answers are in the same order as the booklet. The PDF mark scheme works well projected on an Interactive whiteboard for self assessment. If you find this useful, please review below or at https://www.tes.com/my-resources/reviews where you can review all of your recent downloads- it helps authors to improve the resources that they share in the future and gives teachers ideas on how to use the resources.
dcn33
Maths worksheets for more able Year 6 pupils

Maths worksheets for more able Year 6 pupils

This set of three worksheets come with answers and include questions on fractions, percentages, ratios, powers, roots, averages, number patterns and practical algebra. Each sheet builds on the work of the previous sheet(s) and follows the same format.
sessaregom
6 GCSE/IGCSE maths worksheets (with solutions)

6 GCSE/IGCSE maths worksheets (with solutions)

6 GCSE/IGCSE maths worksheets on the following topics: standard form, expanding brackets and factorising, fractions and differentiation. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Estimating Square Roots

Estimating Square Roots

The lesson starts with a quick recap of square and cube roots which all have integer values. Students are then asked what the square root of 32 is. It's not an integer, but we can find an approximate value by determining which 2 integers its value lies. Some examples of how to do this are given, then there are some basic fluency questions. To make things a bit more interesting/challenging, there is also some work on solving basic quadratics provided. Rather than leaving the answers as a surd, I get pupils to give me approximate answers, so that they get some more practice estimating square roots! Answers to all questions are given, and no printing is required.
ScoobyHugh
Standard form worksheet (with solutions)

Standard form worksheet (with solutions)

A worksheet on recognising numbers in standard form, writing ordinary numbers in standard form and vice versa. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Index law activity

Index law activity

Inspired by something similar I saw on Don Steward's Median blog, a set of non-calculator questions that reward pupils for applying the basic index laws before trying to work out the answer.
danwalker