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#### Easter Dress-Up Spring Animals (Lamb and Bunny)

A fun Easter-themed activity - two different animals for pupils to colour, cut-out and dress up! All you need to do is print it off. The lamb comes with: - a jumper - a dress - a onesie The bunny comes with: - a vest - a t-shirt - a dressing gown Once pupils have completed the activity, they can write a story about their animal and their clothes. Have a look at our Easter bundle for a discount on all of our Easter-themed resources!
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#### Gradient Between Two Points (Target Table)

Test your pupils' knowledge of finding the gradient between two points in a motivating and engaging way with this differentiated target table. The aim is to reach a target score, set by you, by answering questions from the table. The questions are differentiated, with different point values, so pupils can choose their own difficulty level. You'll get full instructions, answers and a thoughtfully differentiated resource - everything you need for a great lesson! Get this resource as part of our great value Algebra Target Tables Bundle Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (Solving Equations)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. The questions involve solving two step equations with some decimal and negative solutions. Once complete and coloured in they can add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (Substitution)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. The questions involve substituting positive and negative integers into expressions, some of the expressions include squaring. Once complete and coloured in they can add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (Percentages of Amounts)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. The questions involve finding percentages of amounts and simple increases and decreases, all can be done without a calculator to increase the level of difficulty. Once complete and coloured in they can add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Christmas Maths Quiz/Relay/Treasure Hunt

Fifteen festive questions which are perfect to use as a quiz, relay race or treasure hunt at Christmas. The resource includes full instructions and worked solutions so it's a fuss free option for your lessons this Christmas. The questions themselves are best suited for a KS3 class or a foundation group at KS4. The quiz will comfortably take an hour to complete but it could be speeded up by allowing calculators for some of the questions. The questions cover a variety of common topics including: Calculating Percentages Fractions Time Conversions Area Money Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (Calculator Use)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. The questions feature all four operations, powers, brackets and roots so they will offer good practice on using a calculator properly. Once complete and coloured in they can add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (Area of Circles)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions on area of circles in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. They can then add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (Negative Numbers)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. The questions involve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of negative numbers. Once complete and coloured in they can add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (HCF and LCM)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. The questions involve finding the HCF and LCM of two numbers, the examples are mostly simple and can be done by listing rather than using Venn diagrams. Once complete and coloured in they can add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Angles in Polygons (Mystery)

Promote independent thinking and problem solving strategies with this resource on angles in polygons. Pupils must use their mathematical knowledge along with the clues provided to solve the 'mystery'. Pupil will have to use exterior angles to work out the number of sides a regular shape has. They will have to work out the exterior angle from the interior angle. They will also have to use the formula for the sum of interior angles. Full instructions, ideas for support and extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Get this resource as part of our great value Mysteries Bundle Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Christmas Maths Mystery (How Many Elves?)

Engage your students with this festive mystery! Students need to use the 12 clues to work out how many elves Santa needs to make all his presents. To do this they will have to work with time, basic percentages and arithmetic. They will also have to work in a logical and methodical way and they will have to use mathematical reasoning. Mystery activities like this are a great way to develop problem solving skills. The resource can be used in a variety of ways and includes full instructions, a worked solution and ideas for support and extension. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle or Mysteries Bundle
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#### Christmas Calculated Colouring (Written Methods)

A calculated colouring activity in which students create their own Christmas card featuring a jazzy Christmas jumper! Students have to answer the questions in order to reveal the colours to shade the jumper. The questions involve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and can be completed with standard written methods. Once complete and coloured in they can add their own greeting to the front and the inside of the card. This makes a great task for the end of term and gives the students a nice card to take home, with all the maths on the back of the card for them to show off! The resource includes full instructions, a clear solution and ideas for how to extend students who finish. It can easily be made into a full lesson by combining it with other resources from our Christmas bundle. Get this resource as part of our great value Christmas Maths Bundle
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#### Straight Line Graphs (Mystery)

Promote independent thinking and problem solving strategies with this resource on equations of straight lines. Pupils must use their mathematical knowledge along with the clues provided to solve the 'mystery'. Full instructions, ideas for support and extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Get this resource as part of our great value Mysteries Bundle Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Angles in Triangles (Mystery)

Promote independent thinking and problem solving strategies with this resource on angles in triangles. Pupils must use their mathematical knowledge along with the clues provided to solve the 'mystery'. Pupils will have to use the fact that interior angles in a triangle sum to 180 degrees. They will also have to use the properties of special types of triangles (e.g. isosceles triangles have 2 equal angles). Full instructions, ideas for support and extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Get this resource as part of our great value Mysteries Bundle Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Upper and Lower Bounds (Crossnumber)

Get this resource as part of our great value Crossnumber Bundle! Engage your students with this crossnumber on finding and using upper and lower bounds. Students solve the interleaved questions and use their answers to complete the crossnumber. Extend the thinking of those who complete the questions by getting them to write a new set of questions - a considerable skill! Full instructions, ideas for support, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Converting Area and Volume Units (Crossnumber)

Get this resource as part of our great value Crossnumber Bundle! Engage your students with this crossnumber on converting between different units of area and volume. Students solve the interleaved questions and use their answers to complete the crossnumber. Extend the thinking of those who complete the questions by getting them to write a new set of questions - a considerable skill! Full instructions, ideas for support, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Standard Form (Crossnumber)

Get this resource as part of our great value Crossnumber Bundle! Engage your students with this crossnumber on interpreting and using numbers written in standard form. Students solve the interleaved questions and use their answers to complete the crossnumber. Extend the thinking of those who complete the questions by getting them to write a new set of questions - a considerable skill! Full instructions, ideas for support, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Percentage Changes (Crossnumber)

Get this resource as part of our great value Crossnumber Bundle! Engage your students with this crossnumber on increasing and decreasing by a percentage amount. Students solve the interleaved questions and use their answers to complete the crossnumber. Extend the thinking of those who complete the questions by getting them to write a new set of questions - a considerable skill! Full instructions, ideas for support, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Halloween Percentages (Mystery)

Engage your students with this spooky mystery on percentages of amounts. Students need to use the 12 clues to work out how many sweets Frank gets whilst trick or treating. To do this they will have to work out simple percentages of amounts (10%, 20%, 35%, 50%, 100%) and use some logic. Mystery activities like this are a great way to develop problem solving skills. The resource can be used in a variety of ways and includes full instructions, a worked solution and ideas for support and extension. Get this resource as part of our great value Mysteries Bundle Try a resource like this for free!
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#### Similar Volumes and Areas (Mystery)

Promote independent thinking and problem solving strategies with this resource on areas and volumes of similar shapes. Pupils must use their mathematical knowledge along with the clues provided to solve the 'mystery'. Full instructions, ideas for support and extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Get this resource as part of our great value Mysteries Bundle Try a resource like this for free!