Sequences ONESIEQuick View

Sequences ONESIE

**NEW** Colourful differentiated ONESIE(one A4 page) worksheet. Allowing students to show progression. Suitable for cover lessons - easy and cost effective to photocopy. Starts with linear sequences, finding next term, finding nth term. Moves onto finding the next 5 terms of a quadratic sequence, finding the nth term of a quadratic sequence, checking if a term is in a sequence (linear), input/output foundation exam question. **Supplied with answers.**

By CapeTownTeacher

Sequencing Events - Charlie's DayQuick View

Sequencing Events - Charlie's Day

KS1 Maths Teaching Resources – Sequencing Events In this KS1 Maths teaching resource pupils are taught to sequence events in chronological order using language such as (before, after, next, first etc) as per the statutory requirements of the year 1 maths programme of study (Measurement). This colourful 36 slide PowerPoint presentation includes an interactive class activity and an accompanying cut out worksheet.

By Teacher-of-Primary

Sequences - mastery worksheetQuick View

Sequences - mastery worksheet

This is a mastery worksheet involving sequences. The worksheet is split into 3 sections, fluency, reasoning and problem solving so students can master the topic. All answers are included for the questions.

By joybooth

SequencesQuick View


A selection of our favourite sequences resources. Finding the rule of a sequence, working out the nth term and using the nth term. For more resources like this look at www.teachingmaths,net

By TeachingMaths_

Differentiated (RAGE) Sequences | Nth termQuick View

Differentiated (RAGE) Sequences | Nth term

A Red Amber Green Extension differentiated activity on Sequences | Nth term. Students always start at RED and work their way through. Answers are provided too. This link should provide an idea as the quality of this resource:

By TheMathsProfessor

Sequences! Term to term, nth term and quadratic sequences!Quick View

Sequences! Term to term, nth term and quadratic sequences!

This bundle of lessons can be used for all key stages and abilities! I have used the first two lessons for KS3 and then the whole lot for KS4. All lessons are ready to go! Each lesson includes a starter, differentiated questions WITH answers, a progress tick slide and a plenary! Lesson 1: Term to term sequences. Starter introducing sequences we all know. Some animated examples and many differentiated questions with answers. Extension onto position to term rules with words and algebra. EXTRA! Includes a treasure hunt as extra extension work if class is more able. Lesson 2: Nth term. 5 a day starter with answers. Examples of how to find nth term from different sequences with many differentiated, colour coordinated questions with answers. Extension of how to generate any term of a sequences by using the nth term. Lesson 3: Quadratic sequences. 5 a day starter with answers. Recap nth term if needed. Intro into different types of sequences and terminology with a red/green all class activity to check progress of knowledge of different sequences. Intro into method of finding terms of quadratic sequences with differentiated, colour coordinated questions with answers. Self assessment plenary. Hope you like these lessons and they save you some time and effort! If you do like them, or think there is anything more I can do to improve my lessons, please rate or comment! Thanks =]

By stephigittins

Sequence Ratio Worksheet - DifferentiatedQuick View

Sequence Ratio Worksheet - Differentiated

This is a nice activity to introduce the idea of ratio, by using sequences. Suitable for KS2. I found it useful to use pieces of card (e.g. 1 yellow for every 2 blue) to visually demonstrate beforehand (using volunteers - each holding the correct ratio) and show how to record this into a table on the whiteboard as you go, before using this resource as the main activity. I also allowed children to use counters at their table to aid them whilst completing the worksheet, as this was very beneficial to some learners.

By Miss-Becky

Linear and Quadratic sequences (Differentiated)Quick View

Linear and Quadratic sequences (Differentiated)

Full bundle of ready to go differentiated lessons on the introduction of how to find the nth term of linear and quadratic sequences! This lesson could be used with any class who needs an introduction or recap into linear and quadratic sequences! The lesson includes: Differentiated learning objectives with new levels (1-9) Differentiated starter (with answers) Examples of how to find nth term of linear sequences to go through with class RAG worksheet on linear sequences (with answers) Examples of how to find nth term of quadratic sequences to go through with class RAG worksheet on quadratics (with answers) Fun matching activity Problem solving (level 8/9) Link back to objectives

By thussa45

Quadratic Sequences Super SheetQuick View

Quadratic Sequences Super Sheet

This my attempt to create a sheet that ticks all the boxes. The sheet includes: Literacy section with key words and definitions Write on the sheet starter Lesson objective (The above a set in a box to allow pupils to cut out and stick these into their book) Three sets of questions to aid differentiation by task rather than outcome A set of extension questions Plenary questions to check understanding Homework questions (differentiated) Additional info on how to check if answers are correct and where this skill would be used in real life. Coloured background and step by step instructions to help support SEND pupils. This sheet is on finding the nth term of quadratic sequences.

By bcooper87

Sequences (Spot the Mistake)Quick View

Sequences (Spot the Mistake)

Spot the mistakes can be used to assess pupils understanding as they find the mistakes in the matched up jigsaw and correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake involves sequences for GCSE maths; finding the nth term, finding the next term and determining if a number is in the sequence. It comes complete with instructions and solutions.

By NumberLoving

Term to Term SequencesQuick View

Term to Term Sequences

Students learn how to describe and continue linear and non-linear sequences using a term to term rule. As learning progress they are challenged to consider picture sequences and create their own logical patterns. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to continue and describe linear term-to-term sequences. Most students should be able to continue, describe and work backwards term-to-term linear sequences. Some students should be able to continue, describe and work backwards linear and non linear sequences. Mr Mathematics annual members have instant access to all lessons across Key Stage 3 and 4. Termly GCSE assessments are also available to monitor student’s progress. Visit mr-mathematics for * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for the GCSE 9 - 1 and new Key Stage 3 specification * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support for Key Stage 3 and 9 – 1 GCSE courses. Follow me on twitter for updates on new lessons available at @mr_mathematics.

By Mr_Mathematics

Sequences (Dance Mat Maths)Quick View

Sequences (Dance Mat Maths)

This is a Dance Mat Mathematics activity to use along with your ready made dance mats. Check out our blog post (link in download) for tips how to make your class set of dance mats. Once you have a set of dance mats for your classroom you are ready! This set of dance mat questions requires pupils to find the next or missing number in linear sequences, with some questions at the end are quadratic sequences requiring comparison to square numbers. Students then display their answer by placing their feet in the correct position; left foot for tens and right foot for the units. Terms of Use The purchase of this resource is for the use of one teacher only. Thank you for looking, I hope the NumberLoving resources meet the needs of colleagues. Please get in touch via @numberloving or

By NumberLoving

Number sequencesQuick View

Number sequences

Four differentiated worksheets on continuing number sequences and identifying rules for sequences.

By goofygoober

The Fibonacci Sequence Quick View

The Fibonacci Sequence

A teaching pack to teach a series of lessons on the fibonacci Sequence. The pack consists of a Powerpoint presentation (plus answers), activities and grids, worksheets and card templates.

By PenP

Story Sequencing Lesson & ActivitiesQuick View

Story Sequencing Lesson & Activities

This lesson aims to introduce children to chronological order, and to give them an idea of how to properly sequence a story or passage. Suitable for KS2 children (Y3/4 or above). Includes a colourful IWB with interactive activities that allow children to physically move sentences around to show order. Lesson plan includes a starter game, materials required, main teaching, activity toolkits and resources, and accompanying worksheet for independent practise. ALSO INCLUDES ANSWERS TO ALL GAMES AND WORKSHEETS! All images courtesy of

By vcurrie19