Maths word search activity (Mathematics / Math wordsearch) - Perfect activity for vocabulary practise in literacy centres or as an extra activity to promote the subject!
Words were chosen carefully so spelling is suitable for US/CAN/UK :)
Part of my 100 words series! These are generally challenging for students - encourage them to use their growth mindsets and work in pairs or teams if necessary!

This bundle contains full lesson that cover all of the 2nd year A level course
These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources

A professionally designed Christmas quiz for Maths teachers to use with KS3-5 students, featuring 60 well-presented questions and an answer sheet.
If you like it: leave a 5* rating and email us (godwin86@gmail.com) and we’ll send you a beautiful Christmas Crossword worksheet for free!
The quiz also includes a word-search (on screen) and a couple of anagram rounds.
Fifty of the questions are all Christmas-related and not connected to a specific school-subject: the final ten are subject specific and deal either with GCSE terminology of “fun facts”.
Differentiation can easily be achieved by changing quiz group sizes. The quiz is suitable for KS3-5.
Completing and peer-marking the 60-question quiz should take the best part of a 1-hour lesson.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Vectors covers;
Use vectors in two dimensions
Calculate the magnitude and direction of a vector and convert between component form and magnitude/direction form
Add vectors diagrammatically and perform the algebraic operations of vector addition and multiplication by scalars, and understand their geometrical interpretations
Understand and use position vectors
Calculate the distance between two points represented by position vectors
Use vectors to solve problems in pure mathematics and in context, including forces

These revision cards are designed for both higher level and foundation level for KS4 GCSE mathematics grades 9 to 1.
Each card has a topic explanation and a QR code which takes the students to a video related to that topic.
Ideal for any student revising for Mathematics at home or in the classroom.
Personally I have each slide printed and on the wall as a group of four. additionally I have printed them out and cut them into individual cards placed in an envelope for students to use at home whilst revising.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Please leave a review to help me improve or add anything else that is needed
Quadratics covers;
Using the discriminant of a quadratic function, including the conditions for real and repeated roots
Completing the square
Solution of quadratic equations including solving quadratic equations in a function of the unknown.
Graphs of quadratics

This bundle of 13 Mathematics PowerPoint lessons contains:-
1. A Year 7 and/or 8 Algebra Quiz - individual or group activity ( 5 x 6 question slides and answers included)
2. Algebra - Substitution
3. Equivalence
4. Fraction Revision - all you will need to know about fractions
5. M&M - Ratio, pie chart, probability - class activity - ideal for group work
6. Number - a massive PowerPoint resource relating to revision of all things 'number'
7. Probability - extend your pupils with this PowerPoint
8. Scatter graphs
9. Solving inequalities - x3 separate PowerPoint presentations on this topic
10. Straight line graphs - y = mx + c - drawing line graphs from a table
11. Ratio

The uploaded resources will be beneficial to a differentiated classroom
and it aids self directed learning. The resource has been used, it makes students stay engaged and makes them enjoy their learning.

Create professional looking mathematics assessment materials for Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 quickly and easily! Choose from over 350 questions (with answers), divided into Number, Algebra, Data Handling, Geometry and Measure topics. Questions are randomly generated by the Excel macro enabled workbooks so every assessment is unique.
There is a free version of this resource (containing number questions) which I recommend you try before you buy:
Key Stage 3 Mathematics Test Maker Free Version
Please note that for users that experience problems with the cut and paste macro I have included an alternative version of the resource.
I have spent many hours developing this resource and would welcome any feedback.
Files are updated on a regular basis and I would be happy to assist users with any questions or problems.
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These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download

Maths functional skills classroom projects for free use to use in lessons. Projects designed for one at the end of each half term for years 7, 8 and 9.
We are now longer paying for the website to host these projects. They are now all saved on TES and start with “Functional Mathematics:” as the title.
Old Website Intro:
“What do you think when you hear the words “Functional Mathematics” or “Functional Maths”?
It sounds pretty simple, Maths that helps you function. The problem is finding the time and ideas to give the youngsters a fully developed curriculum in Functional Maths
At Lynn Grove High School in Gorleston, Norfolk, two Maths practitioners (Danny Hoskin and Darren Farman) have developed a scheme of functional units that both challenge and engage the pupils in FUN-ctional Skills.
The tasks are open ended and can be adapted to give each pupil a feeling of achievement no matter what their level of Mathematics is.
This curriculum has run successfully and been tested as a full program. Each Half Term in the final week, 2 or 3 lessons are set aside to give the year 7, 8 and 9 pupils an open ended task to perform. All the resources that we have developed are available free to download from this website. It is a labour of love, and we want the whole of the UK (and further judging by some of our requests) to share in our efforts.
The tasks are open, and require the pupils to come up with a strategy for solving the various problems using their functionality and the skills they have learned in Maths.
What we would like:
We would like you to use these tasks across the lower school or even in the upper school (our Advanced Mathematics group loved the networking involved in the Easter Egg Hunt!), and provide us with some feedback.”

A fun activity that can be used as a starter. I designed it for my year 7 students to revise the topics / mathematical terms we covered over the year. Takes about 20 minutes.

An easy to use Excel Spreadsheet to analyse the maths test scores from the 2023 KS2 SATs though Question Level Analysis (QLA). Papers 1 (arithmetic), 2 and 3 (reasoning) are analysed. Will highlight students’ areas of strength and weaknesses in key maths areas including number, calculation, problem solving, handling data, and shape and measurement. Simply add the students’ name and their score and the spreadsheet will update and produce graphs.

This presentation is designed for use in a Geography/Humanities lesson. The presentation is designed for use with the excel file “World Maths revised”. The Presentation includes a description of basic statistical data used within Geography while the excel file includes data on population statistics, life expectancy, GDP per Capita and others. The Presentation also includes a brief note on over 150 sovereign states and a number of suggested student tasks (these can be amended to fit the learning objectives). The whole presentation contains 180 slides with hyperlinks embedded throughout

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Differentiation covers;
Understand and use the derivative of f(x) as the gradient of the tangent to the graph of y=f(x) at a general point (x,y) including;
the gradient of a tangent as a limit;
interpretation as a rate of change;
sketching the gradient function for a given curve
differentiation from first principles for small positive integer powers of n
Differentiate x^n , for rational values of n , and related constant multiples, sums and differences
Second derivative including understanding and using it as the rate of change of gradient
Apply differentiation to find gradients, tangents and normals, maxima and minima and stationary points.
Identify where functions are increasing or decreasing.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Probability covers;
Understand and use mutually exclusive and independent events when calculating probabilities
Link to discrete and continuous distributions

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Exponential functions and logarithms covers;
Know and use the function a^x and its graph, where a is positive
Know and use the function e^x and its graph
Know that the gradient of e^kx is equal to ke^kx and hence understand why the exponential model is suitable in many applications
Know and use the definition of logax as the inverse of a^x where a is positive and x≥0
Know and use the function ln x and its graph
Know and use ln x as the inverse function of e^x
Understand and use the laws of logarithms
Solve equations of the form a^x=b
Use logarithmic graphs to estimate parameters in relationships of the form y=ax^n and y=kb^x , given data for x and y
Understand and use exponential growth and decay
Use in modelling (examples may include the use of e in continuous compound interest, radioactive decay, drug concentration decay, exponential growth as a model for population growth)
Consideration of limitations and refinements of exponential models

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Forces and Newtons laws covers;
Understand the concept of a force; understand and use Newton’s first law
Understand and use Newton’s second law for motion in a straight line
Understand and use weight and motion in a straight line under gravity
Gravitational acceleration, g, and its value in S.I. units to varying degrees of accuracy
Understand and use Newton’s third law
Equilibrium of forces on a particle and motion in a straight line
Application to problems involving smooth pulleys and connected particles

This bundle contains complete lessons for year 2 of the A level maths course
These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘A2 level maths 13 - Composite functions’ for free download
Please leave a review as it will really help me to improve my resources