Fractions mastery and problem solvingQuick View
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Multiplying, dividing, adding and subtracting fractions mastery lesson including problem solving from nrich. If there are any mistakes on the answers, let me know and I can update. Thanks
GCSE Mathematics Grade C Shape revision cardsQuick View
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GCSE Mathematics Grade C Shape revision cards

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Grade C revision cards - print back to back (4 per page for pocket size). Give students the 'perfect' answer in class which they write on the WAGOLL side... then they take the cards home and complete their answer for revision.... They then have the 'perfect' answer on the other side to refer back to. 1) Pythagoras 2) Surface area 3) Volume of prisms 4) Volume and surface area of cylinders 5) Similar shapes 6) Compound measures 7) Loci and constructions 8) Bearings
GCSE Mathematics Grade C Algebra revision cards Quick View
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GCSE Mathematics Grade C Algebra revision cards

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Grade C revision cards - print back to back (4 per page for pocket size). Give students the 'perfect' answer in class which they write on the WAGOLL side... then they take the cards home and complete their answer for revision.... They then have the 'perfect' answer on the other side to refer back to. 1. Collecting like terms 2. Expanding and factorising 3. Solving equations 4. Changing the subject of a formula 5. Inequalities 6. Trial and improvement 7. Indices 8. Forming and solving equations 9. Sequences 10. Straight line graphs 11. Simultaneous equations 12. Quadratic graphs 13. Distance time graphs
GCSE Mathematics Grade C Number revision cardsQuick View
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GCSE Mathematics Grade C Number revision cards

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Grade C revision cards - print back to back (4 per page for pocket size). Give students the 'perfect' answer in class which they write on the WAGOLL side... then they take the cards home and complete their answer for revision.... They then have the 'perfect' answer on the other side to refer back to. 1) Percentages 2) HCF and LCM 3) Place value 4) Negative numbers 5) Estimation 6) Utility bills
GCSE Mathematics Grade C Handling data revision cardsQuick View
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GCSE Mathematics Grade C Handling data revision cards

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Grade C revision cards - print back to back (4 per page for pocket size). Give students the 'perfect' answer in class which they write on the WAGOLL side... then they take the cards home and complete their answer for revision.... They then have the 'perfect' answer on the other side to refer back to. 1) Probability 2) Averages from frequency tables 3) Questionnaires 4) Functional maths
Christmas maths revision activities - Area of circles, BIDMAS and Expanding bracketsQuick View
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Christmas maths revision activities - Area of circles, BIDMAS and Expanding brackets

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Activities to consolidate learning / revision with a Christmas theme. Area of circle - Students find the area of circles / semi-circles for the snowman and then cut out and stick the snowman onto the snow scene. Expanding brackets - Students use their knowledge of expanding brackets to find the area of the front of each present then stick the presents underneath the Christmas tree. BIDMAS - Students use BIDMAS to discover the combination number for Santa's magic key.
Christmas cut out maths activities - Adding, subtracting, multiplying & negative numbersQuick View
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Christmas cut out maths activities - Adding, subtracting, multiplying & negative numbers

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Students answer the questions on the baubles and presents and then cut them out and stick them on the background template. Suitable for low ability KS3, or Ks2. 5 worksheets provided with answers for the following topics: Adding two-digit numbers Adding decimals with one decimal place Subtracting two and three-digit numbers Multiplying a two-digit number with a single digit Adding and subtracting negative numbers
Enlargements - Design your own question activityQuick View
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Enlargements - Design your own question activity

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Students draw their own shape on in the first section and then swap with another student who then has to enlarge their shape using the selected scale factor. Good for a plenary activity at the end of a lesson on enlargments.
Speed, distance, time - Think of a questionQuick View
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Speed, distance, time - Think of a question

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To be used as a starter / plenary activity to develop thinking skills and application of knowledge. Students design and answer their own questions based on the picture - Differentiated by outcome. Example questions: 1) How long would it take me to travel 20 miles on Route 69? 2) How far would you travel in an hour on Route 70? 3) Which route has the fastest average speed?
Percentage change and expressing quantitiesQuick View
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Percentage change and expressing quantities

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Lesson on percentage change and expressing a quantity as a percentage of another lesson.\n\nPowerpoint included with weblink on slide 10 to a BBC video about changes in house prices.\n\nQuestions on powerpoint for percentage change, and rally coach for paired work on expressing quantities as percentages.
KS3 Using a calculator - Money problemsQuick View
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KS3 Using a calculator - Money problems

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Shopping activity to get students used to using a calculator to obtain total prices.\n\nGive pairs a price list. Cut out & laminate the shopping lists and then students can swap cards once they have completed each one.\n\nPlease leave a review if you find these resources useful.