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Year 6 Maths SAT Final Test

Year 6 Maths SAT Final Test

Do you want to assess your students achievements in Mathematics and see whether they are ready to move up to Secondary? Then this is the perfect resource, which determines whether students have met the end of year expectations for Year 6.
NextWeekSorted
Multiple choice 20 - The distance between a pair of coordinates

Multiple choice 20 - The distance between a pair of coordinates

Another little activity for AFL, revision, starter or a plenary. Works well with mini whiteboards and adaptable to voting systems. Can easily be printed off for class use. Aimed at KS3/4 and KS5 multiple choice activity solving problems involving finding the length of a line segment between coordinates. Hope you find it useful Please leave feedback
commuter
Finding the Equation of a Line from two coordinates KS3/KS4

Finding the Equation of a Line from two coordinates KS3/KS4

Lesson plan, presentation and activity for learners to find the equation of a line from only 2 coordinates. Pitched at the higher level KS3 and KS4. The find someone who sheet: Print off a copy each Learners answer the first one themselves Then walk around and swap sheets, answering a different question on the other person’s sheet Good way to encourage peer work and assessment
jasper_1895palae
Year 7 Revision Booklet

Year 7 Revision Booklet

This Year 7 revision booklet is suitable for low and middle ability students and has a range of questions which cover elements of the following topics: Number skills e.g. addition, division etc. Analysing and displaying data e.g. pictograms, dual bar charts etc. Algebra e.g function machines, collecting like terms, finding the next term in a sequence and finding the nth term Line and angles e.g. angles on a straight line, angles in a triangle wtc. Decimals and measures e.g. converting ml to litres Probability Fractions and percentages - including percentage of amount Ratio and proportion Transformations e.g. reflection, scale factors etc.
CSR2016
Year 4 Co-Ordinates (4 Lessons)

Year 4 Co-Ordinates (4 Lessons)

A 4 lesson unit covering Co-Ordinates following the ‘Small Steps’ of the new White Rose scheme of learning (from 2017). I used these lessons as an introduction to co-ordinates as the children had never come across them before. I used this lesson to introduce the concept of co-ordinates to my not so confident Mathematicians and clearly identify my Greater Depth children. Based on Singapore Maths (Maths No Problem - the only book recommended by the DfE) All maths lessons at my school follow this structure: Fluency recap - something they have done before, get them thinking. Useful vocabulary slide - children to add to the slide as you go through the topic/unit. The teaching aspect of the lesson. Identifying/creating Steps 2 Success (S2S) Children go away and complete their activity. There is one activity for all children. The first few questions (1-3) are aimed at ARE. The questions get harder as they progress the final questions are the ones where you can identify your Greater Depth children as those questions require reasoning and explanations to the questions. The differentiation within the lesson is the equipment provided and the support given to the children. Dong Nao Ting (an independent plenary the children complete in silence at the end of the lesson. Translates to ‘Use Your Head’ my children love it!). A plenary that all children complete in their books. The question is taken from the mastery document. This will again clearly identify your GD children. Some children wont be able to answer the question but they can have an attempt at it. I have taught this lesson in Year 4 but could easily be adapted for UKS2. Included within this resource is: lesson presentation in the format of Smart Notebook for all four lessons, starter activities for 2 lessons independent activities (and answers) for all 4 lessons, and a Dong Nao Ting for all four lessons. Any questions, please ask :)
Alana_Wells
Class Cluedo Maths

Class Cluedo Maths

This converts the classic game Cluedo into three maths lessons. The aim for the children is to find out the location, weapon and the murderer by solving clues the murderer has left. I’ve always taught it as the children are in teams of 3 but it could be bigger or smaller teams. The font on the powerpoint is Baskerville Old Face which isn’t supported on the TES preview. The powerpoint is designed for a Year 6 class. However, it can be adapted to any age range, including secondary school, as everything within it is editable. The clues are meant to be multiple step maths questions and have been left blank for your use. It includes: The Cluedo Powerpoint The clues template on word The clues extention template on word A set of Cluedo cards on publisher A nice touch may be to get some deerstalker hats so the children can answer as the detective.
harris_jane123
OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Check In Test 9.03 Plane vector geometry

OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Check In Test 9.03 Plane vector geometry

A 10 question test on Plane vector geometry, comprising: 5 questions on procedural calculations; 3 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 2 problem solving questions. At the end of the test there is an extension activity which will allow more able students to stretch themselves. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a topic assessment, starter or plenary activity or for homework or revision. Topics include: Vector arithmetic: understand addition, subtraction and scalar multiplication of vectors. Column vectors: represent a 2-dimensional vector as a column vector, and draw column vectors on a square or coordinate grid. Vector arithmetic: Use vectors in geometric arguments and proofs. Visit http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/by-subject/mathematics/ for more resource ideas.
OCR_Maths
OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Check In Test 9.03 Plane vector geometry

OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Check In Test 9.03 Plane vector geometry

A 10 question test on Plane vector geometry, comprising: 5 questions on procedural calculations; 3 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 2 problem solving questions. At the end of the test there is an extension activity which will allow more able students to stretch themselves. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a topic assessment, starter or plenary activity or for homework or revision. Topics include: Vector arithmetic: understand addition, subtraction and scalar multiplication of vectors. Column vectors: represent a 2-dimensional vector as a column vector, and draw column vectors on a square or coordinate grid. Visit http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/by-subject/mathematics/ for more resource ideas.
OCR_Maths
Higher Non Calc Problem solving questions with answers, from Edexcel Problem sets

Higher Non Calc Problem solving questions with answers, from Edexcel Problem sets

I have put together a selection of problems from the Edexcel problem solving packs 2, 3 and 4. The questions should all be suitable for the non calculator papers and include solutions. I have also included some questions that are deemed to be calculator paper questions but can be answered without a calculator to further enhance and practise problem solving skills. I printed them out on A3 sheets and allowed students to work as a group of 3 -4 to solve the problems - feedback from students was positive.
wbn
Plotting straight line graphs (implicit equations)

Plotting straight line graphs (implicit equations)

Students are provided with structure to facilitate plotting straight line graphs of implicit equations. The worksheet is split into two sections, progressing in difficulty, and each has an extension section. For very able students a further extension could be to find the points of intersection without having to plot the lines, although it is generally beneficial for their understanding to have a visual representation available as well. Answers are provided, including the plotted straight lines. The focus of this lesson could be any of the following: – Plotting straight line graphs; – Rearranging equations; – Simultaneous equations; – Intersection of straight lines; – What it means to ‘satisfy’ an equation; – Implicit vs explicit equations. As you can see, many concepts are touched upon here, and you will need to decide which angle you are approaching this activity from to ensure that the lesson is coherent. Also included is a basic starter to give practise rearranging to change the subject of an equation.
dsattaur
Linear Graphs Mastery Lesson

Linear Graphs Mastery Lesson

Full lesson(s) on linear graphs with mastery style tasks. Lesson(s) includes: Examples showing different representations of linear graphs Various fluency tasks Higher order thinking tasks All tasks allow for discussion and students to show their answers on the board to encourage correction of each others work.
swild91
Rearranging and solving equations

Rearranging and solving equations

This bundle contains an introduction for rearranging and solving linear equations before moving onto solving equations with brackets, fractions, decimals and indices. Perfect for a mid set year 10 class or year 11 revision!
tomprotheroe92
Medieval Maths - Algebra

Medieval Maths - Algebra

Great to bolster progress for catch up, intervention, exam prep, numeracy and cover. The pack also contains teacher answers
leepeachey
Introduction exercises to straight line graphs. Includes Answer Key.

Introduction exercises to straight line graphs. Includes Answer Key.

This worksheet includes 6 exercises on straight line graphs. It will be a good transition between coordinates and plotting points and introduction to straight line graphs. In some exercises, the equation is given to complete the table and then plot the points to draw the straight line graph. In other exercises, the graph is given to find the coordinates of different points and the equation that relates them. The last exercise is to find the midpoint of a line, knowing two points. The document includes the answer. Please rate so I can improve as I go on!
sara-turner-montessori
Straight Line Graphs - Differentiated Discovery Lesson KS3/KS4 - y=mx+c

Straight Line Graphs - Differentiated Discovery Lesson KS3/KS4 - y=mx+c

Straight Line Graphs - Differentiated Discovery Lesson KS3/KS4 - y=mx+c Full differentiated lesson, complete with starter and plenary. Used in an observation, with excellent feedback, lesson aims to get students to discover y=mx+c, through scaffolded differentiated and questionning. Use of metacognition to develop full and deeper understanding on what can be a misunderstood and easy to forget topic. Any feedback would be great!
nhardee1
Simultaneous equations graphically

Simultaneous equations graphically

Lesson includes Title, date, objective, success criteria, key words Starter Discussion task Definitions and examples AfL whiteboard Match up activity Graphs Investigation activity Accessible for lower ability and challenge high ability Plenary FUSE Please leave a review For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
Graphs match up

Graphs match up

Please review and follow For more resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/osmith25
osmith25
Formulas and Straight line graphs worksheet for Year 7/8. Includes answers.

Formulas and Straight line graphs worksheet for Year 7/8. Includes answers.

Here is a worksheet with 4 exercises on formulas and straight line graphs. In the first two, the equation is given to complete the table and then plot the points to draw the straight line graph. In the second two the graph is given to find the coordinates of different points and the equation that relates them The document includes the answer Please rate so I can improve as I go on!
sara-turner-montessori
Coordinates rich task

Coordinates rich task

This started as a lesson on plotting coordinates in the 1st quadrant, but morphed into something much deeper and could be used with any class from year 7 to year 11. Pupils will need to know what scalene, isosceles and right-angled triangles are to access this lesson. The first 16 slides are examples of plotting coordinates that could be used to introduce this skill, or as questions to check pupils can do it, or skipped altogether. Then there’s a worksheet where pupils plot sets of three given points and have to identify the type of triangle. I’ve followed this up with a set of questions for pupils to answer, where they justify their answers. This offers an engaging task for pupils to do, whilst practicing the basic of plotting coordinates, but also sets up the next task well. The ‘main’ task involves a grid with two points plotted. Pupils are asked to plot a third point on the grid, so that the resulting triangle is right-angled. This has 9 possible solutions for pupils to try to find. Then a second variant of making an isosceles triangle using the same two points, with 5 solutions. These are real low floor high ceiling tasks, with the scope to look at constructions, circle theorems and trig ratios for older pupils. Younger pupils could simply try with 2 new points and get some useful practice of thinking about coordinates and triangle types, in an engaging way. I have included a page of suggested next steps and animated solutions that could be shown to pupils. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Algebra for GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with solutions)

Algebra for GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with solutions)

A large collection of 24 worksheets (254 pages) on selected topics from algebra: Algebraic manipulation Substitution into formulae Simplifying expressions by collecting like terms Collecting like terms (expressions with different variables) Multiplying a single term over a bracket Expanding double brackets Factorisation Quadratic factorisation 9.Indices Rearranging formulae Inverse functions Composite functions Equation of a straight line Parallel and perpendicular lines Solving linear equations Solving quadratic equations by factorising Quadratic formula Completing the square and solving quadratic equations by com- pleting the square Simultaneous Equations -Elimination Simultaneous Equations -Substitution Simultaneous Equations One Linear, One Quadratic Linear inequalities Quadratic inequalities The nth term of linear and quadratic sequences Designed for the GCSE/IGCSE specification. Detailed solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Equation of straight line GCSE/IGCSE Worksheets (with solutions)

Equation of straight line GCSE/IGCSE Worksheets (with solutions)

Three worksheets on the following: determining whether a point is on a given line, identifying the gradient and y-intercept of a line given its equation, finding the gradient of a line that passes through two points, finding the equation given the gradient and y-intercept, finding the equation of a line given its gradient and one point on it or two points on it, finding the equation of a line parallel to another line passing through a given point and determining whether two lines are parallel perpendicular or neither. Detailed solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Equation of a straight line worksheet (with solutions)

Equation of a straight line worksheet (with solutions)

A worksheet on the following: finding the gradient of a line given its equation, finding the equation of a line given its gradient and one point on it or two points on it and finding the equation of a line parallel to another line passing through a given point. Detailed solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Quadratic Graphs

Quadratic Graphs

6 equations for quadratic graphs. Each question involves the following: generating coordinates plotting the graph finding the coordinates of the turning point, finding the coordinates of the y intercept finding the equation of the line of symmetry finding the solution to f(x) = 0 It is scaffolded at the beginning, the final graph is a negative quadratic.
YasmineJade
Intro to Linear Graphs

Intro to Linear Graphs

Introduction to linear graphs including; How to draw axis Y = 2, X = 3 etc Graphs of y=x and y=-x for discussion Worksheets for consolidation
tomprotheroe92
Solving Equations with fractions and decimals

Solving Equations with fractions and decimals

Lesson on solving equations that include fractions and decimals including starter that builds on solving 1 and 2 step equations. Originally taught to a mid-ability year 10 class Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks!
tomprotheroe92
3D co-ordinates

3D co-ordinates

Two 3D co-ordinate lessons taught to middle set year 10 students. The first build up slowly and includes a powerpoint I found that illustrates 3D co-ordinates with animations effectively. Worksheets embedded. Any feedback is appreciated! Thanks
tomprotheroe92
Linear Graphs y=mx+c Differentiated

Linear Graphs y=mx+c Differentiated

A Bronze/Silver/Gold worksheet based on finding the gradient of lines, the equation of lines given 2 co-ordinates and a difficult problem-solving extension. Best used towards the end of a linear graphs topic as a recap or round-up.
nkay93