Back to basics
1 Now Venn
What is it? Worksheets featuring garish aliens, activity ideas and a supporting presentation to help students understand Venn and Carroll diagrams
What users say "A lifesaver for my teacher trainers."
2 The transporter
What is it? A task that asks students to interpret pictograms linked to transport
What users say "An attractive and easy-to-follow worksheet that the class will enjoy."
3 Bar necessities
What is it? A presentation to generate discussion about an unlabelled bar chart
What users say "Just what I was looking for. I have to teach a lesson on bar charts as part of a job interview and this resource will be a big help."
4 Lined up
What is it? An introduction to line graphs
What users say "I teach in Australia where the Year 7s have never seen a line graph before, so this is a great activity to help them and then set them challenging targets."
5 Try conversion
What is it? An introductory lesson on conversion graphs
What users say "Great presentation. It will really help my students to understand something that is tricky to teach."
6 Talk the walk
What is it? A timetables activity based on an imaginary charity walk
What users say "Perfect for low ability."
7 Leafing through
What is it? A worksheet to help students to draw and read stem and leaf diagrams
What users say "I have a very mixed low-ability class. An excellent-looking, well-differentiated worksheet."
8 Pie chortles
What is it? A selection of humorous pie charts
What users say "Kids love 'em, other staff love 'em - even saw the principal having a laugh."
9 Two-way tables
What is it? A worksheet to practise exam-style questions on two-way tables
What users say "Great to get progression from having the table drawn already to students having to construct it."
What is it? Top Trumps-style cards on a superhero theme, with statistics that can be used to plot scatter graphs
What users say "I used this as the basis for an observed lesson. Got 'outstanding' for the first time on new standards."