#### Spring Mega-Bundle

This is a mega pack of Spring Holiday resources. All answers are included. If bought independently, these 5 resources would cost £15.00, but I am offering them in this bundle for £12.00, a saving of 20%. To view these items individually, please go to &lt;a title=“Maths Shop” href=“http://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Elsie99”&gt;Maths Shop&lt;/a&gt;

#### 8 GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with solutions)

8 GCSE/IGCSE worksheets on the following topics: linear equations, quadratic equations, sets, percentages, fractions and decimals, mode, median and mean, quartiles and interquartile range, rationalising the denominator and ratios. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html

#### Worksheets on number topics (with answers)

A large collection of worksheets on number topics including: adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing positive and negative numbers, calculator use, multiplying and dividing whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100 and 1000, equivalent fractions, operations with fractions and mixed numbers, order of operations, ordering decimals and rounding numbers. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html

#### 12 GCSE/IGCSE Math Worksheets (with detailed solutions)

12 GCSE/IGCSE Math Worksheets. Detailed solutions are provided. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/

#### Rounding numbers, significant figures and calculator use

Three worksheets on rounding numbers, significant figures and calculator use. Good for GCSE/IGCSE students. From: https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/

#### Number Pack

A set of activities and worksheets for various levels of ability .

#### GCSE Maths Bundle

18 resources, including lessons, worksheets and cart sorts. All suitable for the new 1-9 GCSE. Includes a No Pens Day Wednesday lesson and resource, which is great for promoting literacy and oracy.

#### Nat5 bundle

Nat5 resources to get maths qualification through an active experience. Tarsias, treasure hunts and more!

#### Number worksheets_various

various Number worksheets for all key stages collected over many years - some good, some not as great - you choose!

#### Simple surds worksheet with answers

This worksheet has ﬁve sections relating to surds: Simplifying, adding and subtracting, multiplying, multiplying out brackets and rationalising surds. The worksheet has answers attached.

#### Maths QWIZDOM Powerpoint - Square and Cube Numbers Revision Quiz

This Qwizdom can be used just as a regular plenary quiz. It has 40 slides concentrating on the aspects of square and cube number style questions.

#### Special Number Properties Primes Factor Multiple Key Word Flash Cards SNATCH MATCH activity game

All the key words you need for number properties lessons at KS3. Any of these words can be printed out and laminated on A5 size cards for the &quot;SNATCH MATCH&quot; game. This is where the words are blu tacked to the wall and students stand a metre away. Teacher (or a TA or competent pupil) asks questions where the answer is one of the snatch match cards. The students are usually in two teams facing the wall. Two students at a time have the opportunity to snatch the right card. Loads of fun! If you like this then please check out my many other Maths activities listed on my TES Resources shop and pages including many Premium resources which may be able to save you lots of time and give you some useful ideas. If you find this helpful then please do leave a constructive review so that others can benefit from your experience. Thank you.

#### Square Roots

Finding square roots and introducing the symbol. A deck of cards is required for the game.

#### Introducing Square Numbers and Cube Numbers

Whole lesson with worksheets and activities for understanding and finding square numbers and cube numbers.

#### Square Number Recognition Maze Puzzle Game Collaborative Simple Fun Activity End of Term Time Filler

This is well worth the download purchase cost because you can keep your students occupied for hours on these! A maze worksheet where students have to find their way through a maze using a path of only square numbers. This is a top quality way to engage and amuse the students - particularly in afternoon lessons or at the end of the term as they seem to love it. Once they have got the idea with the smaller mazes they can attempt the bigger ones - this will keep them busy for hours! (well most of the lesson with any luck). There are three versions of the practice simpler versions and then one harder (04) and then the hardest (05). I'm putting up all my square numbers activities so check them out on TES shortly! If you like this then please check out my many other Maths activities listed on my TES Resources shop and pages including many Premium resources which may be able to save you lots of time and give you some useful ideas. If you find this helpful then please do leave a constructive review so that others can benefit from your experience. Thank you.

#### 300 generic lesson activities and 50 marking time-busters. Make life easy!!

BUNDLE: Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks (This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers - it's the most useful planning tool ever!) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there! There are also 50 marking ideas that will bust your marking-time - some ingenious stuff! These are my two most popular files, bundled together to save you money and hassle! Many thanks Copyright T.Taylor

#### Hands-On Real Numbers

This is a hands on approach to help students to visualise how the set of real numbers is made up of other sets of numbers. Concepts of Sets can be easily introduced in this activity and it is one that students will enjoy as they construct their own set of real numbers. It can be used with various levels of ability at various grade levels.

#### Indices - Understanding and applying all the rules of powers.

In this Powerpoint presentation, indices and explored in depth looking at the understanding of why we apply certain rules including. Indices The power of zero Negative powers Multiplying powers Powers of powers Dividing powers Fractions as powers The presentation is fully hyperlinked for easy navigation through the slides and you can explore each section directly from the contents page. There are useful follow-up activities for pupils to try to assess understanding.

#### GCSE Problem Solving Questions of the Day - 20th April

Every day in the run up to the GCSE exams we are intending to put up two GCSE problems of the day on Twitter. Here are the files you can use in the classroom. For each problem there are some variations that you might want to use instead or in addition. The first problem is suitable for foundation and higher and the second is suitable for higher. The first problem involves understanding the number line to work out the mean of some numbers. The second problem involves simplifying surds and then finding the mean average. We hope you enjoy using them. Please tweet your student solutions to @WRMathsHub for a chance to win a prize

#### Indices and surds tarsia

tarsia for indice laws tarsia for surds simplify/add/subtract

#### GCSE Problem Solving Questions of the Day - 13th April

Every day in the run up to the GCSE exams we are intending to put up two GCSE problems of the day on Twitter. Here are the files you can use in the classroom. For each problem there are some variations that you might want to use instead or in addition. The first problem is suitable for foundation and higher and the second is suitable for higher. The first problem involves finding ratio of amounts and seeing if there is a enough money in a jar. The alternative provided gets students to add some coins and then work out the new ratio. The second problem involves students finding the length of a side of an right angled isosceles triangle given only the hypotenuse and then they have to find the area. The alternative is a bit more involved and you have to find a length. We hope you enjoy using them. Please tweet your student solutions to @WRMathsHub for a chance to win a prize Answers included (there may be alternative solutions)

#### HIGHEST THINKING ORDER MATH SECONDARY SCHOOLS

THIS SOURCE CONTAIN THE MATH HOTS QUESTIONS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

#### C1 AQA Topic Surds with Mark Scheme

Surds questions from C1 AQA Spec. Good for Revision and preparation for Examination.

#### revision last half GCSE paper

Higher GCSE revision varied topics aiming at higher grades at the end of the paper.

#### Maths GCSE higher assessment part1

GCSE higher assessment including surds, recurring decimals, stratified sample, rearranging formula, quadratic graph, quadratic factorizing, fractional and negative indices, compound interest and lower bound. Great revisit for students prepare to the higher GCSE.

#### Pythagoras - Charlotte's Web

Introduces Pythagoras Theorem. Main part of the lesson involves calculating missing side lengths on a number of connected triangles (looks a bit like a spider web). Context is a spider web which needs fixing. By finding the missing side lengths, students can help 'Charlotte' fix her web. Also includes two real life examples which can be used as a plenary. First one is a ladder against a wall. Second one is the Eiffel Tower. Learning Objectives : What students should achieve by the end of the lesson (WALT – we are learning to) • Identify right angled triangles • Use knowledge of Algebra in other topics e.g. substitution, solving equations • Learn Pythagoras Theorem and be able to use it Learning Outcomes : (WILF – what I’m looking for) • All students will/must : Be able to use Pythagoras Theorem to find the hypotenuse of a right angled triangle given the opposite and adjacent measurements. • Most students will/should : Be able to use Pythagoras to find any side of a right angled triangle given • Some students will/could: Be able to solve real life problems using Pythagoras Theorem and identify where it can be used. Have a good understanding of the proof behind Pythagoras theorem.

#### A mix of GCSE type question worksheets

Each worksheet can be set as homework or used in class. This set of worksheets cover a range of topics including, indices, rearranging formula and solving equations. There are a range of questions for all abilities and some more tricky problems to fall roughly in line with the new GCSE specification changes.

#### Indices and Surds KS4KS5 All aspects of Indices and Surds with solutions

This is aimed at KS4 and KS5. It may be useful for the top end of KS3 and in line with the 2017 GCSE specification. It will prove useful as a revision tool for KS5. Will be most useful for NQTs. Section 1: Laws of indices (powers/exponents). OBJECTIVE: To apply laws of indices to simplify expressions involving exponents. This section includes notes and examples on all the laws of exponents (indices). Section 2: Questions on applications of section 1(9 main questions with 105 parts in total). Section 3: Homework on section 1. (25 questions). Section 4: SIMPLIFYING PERFECT SQUARE ROOTS. This section includes: PART 1: TERMINOLOGY: IRRATIONAL NUMBER, RADICAL (in line with the 2017 GCSE specification) PART 2: SIMPLIFYING RADICALS and examples. OBJECTIVE: To simplify square root expressions containing numbers and variables Section 5: Questions on applications of section 4 (21 main questions with 41 parts). Section 6: Homework on section 4. (25 questions). Section 7: SIMPLIFYING IMPERFECT SQUARE ROOTS (Surds). OBJECTIVE: To simplify imperfect square root expressions containing numbers and variables. Section 8: Questions on section 7. (30 questions). Section 9: Homework on section 7. (25 questions). Section 10: ADDING and SUBTRACTING RADICAL EXPRESSIONS. OBJECTIVE: To add and subtract radical expressions (surds). This section includes notes and examples. Section 11: Questions on section 10. (15 questions) Section 12: Homework on section 10 (20 questions). Section 13: Further Simplification of Radicals. Fractional Exponents (Indices/Powers) Section 14: Questions on section 13. (40 questions) Section 15 : Further questions on section 13. (24 questions) Section 16: Further work on Radicals and Exponents- Multiplication and Division. Section 17: Questions on section 16. (25 questions) Section 18: Extension: Rationalization of the denominator. Section 19: Questions on section 18. (5 main questions, 21 including parts) (Includes some applications questions) Section 20: Miscellaneous Questions, including applications. (17 main questions, 66 including parts of questions) It includes a summary and answers/solutions (including alternative ways of solving some of the problems) The HW sheets may be used for classwork.

#### ASSESSMENT ON THE LAWS OF INDICES AND SURDS KS4 (GCSE)

Assessment of all laws of indices and surds for KS4 and will be accessible to Year 9 accelerated groups. This will help identify any areas that need addressing. Full markscheme included. Useful revision for Year 12 (C1).

#### National 5 Maths Expression and Formulae Skillbuilder Booklet

Revision materials for the N5 Maths Unit 1 Assessments. Process driven, can be used to revise or as homework booklet.

#### Rationalising the Denominator Tarsia

A tarsia puzzle I created on rationalising the denominator for new GCSE and C1. Includes questions designed to catch students out.

#### Exact Value of Trig in degrees (for new GCSE)

Lesson designed to help students to learn the exact values of trig functions which is required for the new GCSE. There is then a test to check their understanding the following lesson.

#### How to use your calculator help sheet for squares, cubes, square roots and cube roots

This resource can be given to students or just used and an help sheet to share on tables. It should help students to do basic calculations involving squares, cubes, square roots and cube roots.

#### 300 generic activities. Create lessons in seconds!

Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks (This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers - it's the most useful planning tool ever!) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there! Many thanks Copyright T.Taylor NOTE: Following its success in the summer sale, I have decided to keep the sale price - so grab a bargain! Used to be £5. Many thanks.