Practising prime factor decomposition, all numbers have 4 prime factors and they have to fit in around the large number in the small boxes.
A set of triangles stacked on top of each other - the aim is to find the length of the top line using Pythagoras repeatedly. All lengths on the integers sheet should be integers and there is a surds based sheet as an extension. Based on this resource but without the trigonometry! http://www.greatmathsteachingideas.com/2012/03/12/trigonometry-pile-up/
A worksheet to practice all 4 transformations. Complete instruction 1 to get shape 2, complete instruction 2 on shape 2 to get shape 3 etc.
This is a battleships based bearing game. I use it as me vs the class for an introduction to basic bearings. Red = Hit, Green = miss. Use the second page to edit where the colours appear.
An excel spreadsheet with integer based questions for the four operations. Answers can be hidden and new sheets generated. Make sure you enable macros!
A worksheet to practice drawing straight line graphs using a grid of values. X-values are left blank so students can pick. I generally encourage them to use 0,1,2,3.
A powerpoint that introduces standard form. All answers are included. Questions are differentiated with core and extension.