This is a worksheet and answers with GCSE questions for simultaneous equations
This a tarsia domino activity for rounding decimals to 1 and 2 decimal places.
This is a tarsia domino activity for finding a percentage of an amount. The questions include 5%,10%,20% and 50%.
This resource can be used as a starter to recap pupils knowledge of multiplying decimals by 10,100 and 1000. Powerpoint.
This is a collection of past non calc GCSE foundation problem solving questions and answers.
This is a collection of GCSE problem solving non calc higher questions and answers. Aimed at grade 5/6 pupils.
This is an activity with clues on that students should cut out and then sort to solve the problem.
This is a collection of past exam questions for solving simultaneous equations containing linear and quadratic equations.
This a series of Algebra questions in a grid. It can be used as a starter or as part of a revision lesson.
This is a grid containing a series of questions involving Pythagoras theorem. It can be used as a starter or as part of a revision lesson.
This a grid with a series of questions in involving solving a range of questions involving inequalities. It can be used as a starter or as part of a revision lesson.
This is a grid with a series of Algebraic questions in it. It can be used as a starter or as part of a revision lesson.
this is an activity to encourage students to think and talk about different intervals
This bingo game resources can be used as a starter to introduce simplifying ratio. Adjustable for other subjects.
This is a domino activity to find a fraction of an amount.
This is a power point resource for angle review.
This is a worksheet for collecting like terms.
This is a handout with answers. The questions are all sat questions on averages and are perfect for a homework or classwork.
This is a tarsia puzzle for simple factorising it can be used as a starter or as a revision tool.
This is a simple Tarsia puzzle. You can either put it on card and use it again and again or give the students the puzzle and let them stick it into their books. Either way its a great starter activity.
This is a handout of finding the mean from a table for discrete and grouped data. All questions are past exam questions and I've also added the answers.