ProbabilityQuick View

Probability

A powerpoint including examples, worksheets and solutions on probability of one or more events using lists, tables and tree diagrams. Also covers expectation, experimental probability and misconceptions relating to probability. Also includes some classics probability games, puzzles and surprising facts. Worksheets at bottom of presentation for printing.

By danwalker

Drawing in 2D and 3DQuick View

Drawing in 2D and 3D

A powerpoint including examples, worksheets and solutions on 3D sketching of prisms and other solids, nets of 3D solids, drawing on isometric paper and plans/elevations. Worksheets at bottom of presentation for printing.

By danwalker

PolygonsQuick View

Polygons

A powerpoint including examples, proofs, worksheets and solutions on polygons. Worksheets at bottom of presentation for printing.

By danwalker

Loci and regionsQuick View

Loci and regions

A powerpoint including accurate, visual examples, questions and solutions on loci and regions using standard constructions. Worksheets at bottom of presentation for printing (need to be reduced to A5 to match solutions requiring measuring).. Includes some challenging 'curiosities' that use non-standard constructions.

By danwalker

A* GCSE maths paperQuick View

A* GCSE maths paper

A truly 'mock&' paper I put together of ONLY A* questions (each on a different A* skill), complete with model answers Can&';t remember where I got the list of A* skills from. I give this out at the start of the course and dip into it when we can - it really motivates the pupils to know they are reaching A* standard. Mistakes from earlier version now corrected.

By danwalker

Pythagoras puzzleQuick View

Pythagoras puzzle

Basically colouring by numbers, but with questions on Pythagoras' theorem. Actually created by one of my pupils!

By danwalker

Algebra CluedoQuick View

Algebra Cluedo

Pupils eliminate suspects/weapons/rooms by completing worksheets on a range of algebra topics including substitution, expanding, factorising, linear & quadratic equations, algebraic fractions and simultaneous linear equations. Works well as revision or as a competition. Also includes answers and a worksheet to remind pupils of techniques required.

By danwalker

Ratio robberiesQuick View

Ratio robberies

A fun 'investigation&' using ratio and problem solving skills. Slightly dark theme of thieves sharing the profits of different robberies. Made by another TES user &';taylorda01' (thanks for the resource!) but I wanted to add answers to it.

By danwalker

TangramsQuick View

Tangrams

Two sets of tangrams, the first making mathematical shapes, the second making more creative pictures. Includes outlines drawn to scale to assist weaker pupils.

By danwalker

Angle basics; estimate, measure, drawQuick View

Angle basics; estimate, measure, draw

A powerpoint including accurate, visual examples of how to estimate, measure and construct angles. Worksheets at bottom of presentation for printing. Includes a game on estimating angles.

By danwalker

Standard form collect a jokeQuick View

Standard form collect a joke

Non-calculator sums with standard form is a boring topic, so what better than a rubbish joke to go with it? Pupils answer questions and use the code to reveal a feeble gag.

By danwalker

VectorsQuick View

Vectors

A powerpoint with a series of lessons on GCSE vectors, with examples, activities and finally exam questions. Includes a few resources adapted from TES user payphone and another from jensilvermath.com.

By danwalker

Percentage problems lock gameQuick View

Percentage problems lock game

Worksheet where answers to questions are used to obtain a 3-digit code (which I set as the combination to a lockable money box containing a prize). Questions on a mixture of all the GCSE-standard percentage skills.

By danwalker

Percentage of amount mazeQuick View

Percentage of amount maze

Maze consists of squares containing questions with answers, some of which are wrong. Pupils are only allowed to pass through squares containing correct answers. Extension - pupils design their own maze. I like to discuss how to make the maze harder by including classic misconceptions like divide by 5 to get 5%

By danwalker