Year 6 - Algebra - week 5Quick View

Year 6 - Algebra - week 5

This set of 5 worksheets explores ways to introduce the basics of algebra. Using variation within the questions they will get children thinking about why we use algebra.
JCBrennan
Year 6 - Algebra - week 6Quick View

Year 6 - Algebra - week 6

This set of 5 worksheets and activities get students to consider how to start solving equations. There is a large focus on the balancing method through the representations of Bar Models.
JCBrennan
Algebra worksheetsQuick View

Algebra worksheets

11 different worksheets that each have a different algebraic activity. These include: calculating answers when given what each letter represents; having to work out what each letter represents with various degrees of challenge; having to come up with numbers to make a number sentence make sense; simplifying equations and solving a puzzle of shapes and what each one is worth.
krisgreg30
Algebra Mega BundleQuick View

Algebra Mega Bundle

Buy whilst you can before the price goes up.This Bundle Contains 16 of the best Algebra Resources. Ideal for whole lessons or revision. Very well planned so ideal for either mode. Solving Quadratic Equations (Factorising, Completing Square and Formula), Great for whole lesson or quick fire revision as questions contain in depth answers. Solving Simultaneous Equations (Elimination, Substitution, Linear and Quadratics) comes with Questions and Solutions. Bonus Hexagon Puzzle for Indices. It also now includes Inequalities. Great for Revision or Whole Lessons. Read on for full details. Quadratic Equations: Written by an Outstanding practitioner from an Outstanding School. This resource contains: 1) A 23 slide power point containing explanation, questions and in depth answers/solutions on: a) Drawing quadratics. b) Factorising and solving quadratics. c) Completing the square d) Solving after completing the square. e) Solving using the quadratic formula. f) Sketching and using the Discriminant. 2) 6 Exercises/questions on the below 6 points: The exercises are on the power point and on a word document for you to choose how to use them. a) Drawing quadratics. b) Factorising and solving quadratics. c) Completing the square d) Solving after completing the square. e) Solving using the quadratic formula. f) Sketching and using the Discriminant. 3) Full in depth answers to the above 6 exercises, this is fantastic tool for support and extension. The Answers are on a word document, great for you and your students to check answers and use as a guide to support and differentiate. There is 3 hours worth of lesson resources. Simultaneous Equations: Written by an Outstanding practitioner from an Outstanding School. This resource contains: 1) A 17 slide power point containing explanation, questions and in depth answers/solutions on: a) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Elimination Method). b) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Substitution Method). c) Solving Simultaneous Equations Linear and Quadratic (Substitution Method). 2) 3 Exercises/questions on the below 3 points: The exercises are on the power point and on a word document for you to choose how to use them. a) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Elimination Method). b) Solving Simultaneous Equations (Substitution Method). c) Solving Simultaneous Equations Linear and Quadratic (Substitution Method). 3) Full in depth answers to the above 3 exercises, this is fantastic tool for support and extension. The answers are on a word document, great for you and your students to check answers and use as a guide to support and differentiate. 4) 3 Exam Questions with Mark Scheme. There is minimum 2 hours worth of lesson resources. Kindly review after purchasing. Thanks.
Shamster
Algebra: Writing Problems using or in Algebra (expressions, equations and formula) + resourcesQuick View

Algebra: Writing Problems using or in Algebra (expressions, equations and formula) + resources

This is a whole lesson looking at writing problems in algebra or putting words or situations into algebraic form. I have also included some past exam questions on the topic as well as a matching activity of words vs. expressions. 15 slides + resources. This is a tricky topic that students struggle with and both the exam questions (6 pages) and matching activity (approx 60/70 cards) means it may well be two whole lesson to really work on improving this area. I have 3 slides looking at key words, which in my experience is half the battle. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources! As always please RATE and FEEDBACK (comments good or bad) thank you!
ajf43
Simplifying Algebraic FractionsQuick View

Simplifying Algebraic Fractions

A straightforward lesson and differentiated or staged worksheet for simplifying algebraic fractions. We start with simple multiplication / division and then through expressions which require factorising. Perfect for Middle ability Y11's, a brighter group might want some further examples of non-monic quadratics as an extension activity
ceejaypee
Algebra: Solving Linear Equations 1 - Introduction (+ resources)Quick View

Algebra: Solving Linear Equations 1 - Introduction (+ resources)

This whole lesson introduces the topic of solving equations and is highly interactive with lots of custom animation. This is a part of a three-lesson series on solving equations or 4 lessons with trial and error also available. I have included some additional resources that I have, to offer flexibility in terms of activity. This includes 2 tarsia activities and an excellent worksheet. 16 slides. It goes through very clearly what it means to solve equations and into the teaching. Includes starter activities, full lesson objectives, keywords, excellent teaching examples (lots of custom animation) and then use the worksheet I have created to give the pupils some practice at different levels with answers! NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources! As always please RATE and FEEDBACK (comments good or bad) thank you!
ajf43
Angles and AlgebraQuick View

Angles and Algebra

A worksheet which requires students to use their knowledge of angles in parallel lines and polygons, with algebra to solve problems
steele1989
Year 6: Algebra (Day 1)Quick View

Year 6: Algebra (Day 1)

This is Day 1 of a two week Algebra unit of work for year 6 (or low year 7). In each pack you will find: Lesson plans (including for your TA), differentiated worksheets/activities (these include specific worksheets/activities for SEN children and worksheets/activities for children displaying mastery), answer sheets and flipcharts for whole class teaching (in both ActivInspire and PowerPoint format). Each pack will save you hours and hours of planning, resourcing, catering for SEN/mastery and generating flipcharts all for an amazing price. In addition, resources are uploaded in both PDF and Word format so that they can be edited if you so wish. Day 1 is a pre-algebra lesson that prepares children for the subsequent lessons using the idea of balancing a set of scales by identifying missing values, using inverse operations etc. As well as planning and resources, there is an 18 page flipchart to introduce the lesson. The lesson is designed to develop conceptual understanding and build confidence before taking the first perilous steps in to dealing with formulas. Objectives covered: To use simple formulae The entire pack can be purchased either on a lesson by lesson basis or as weekly units of work. Week 1 includes days 1-5 and Week 2 includes lessons 6-10 OR as a complete unit of work. Year 6 Algebra (Two Weeks) Year 6 Ratio (One Week) Year 6 Statistics – Pie Charts Year 6 - Volume Year 6 Mental Arithmetic
mrajlong
Clumsy Clive Number and Algebra BundleQuick View

Clumsy Clive Number and Algebra Bundle

These are all available for free individually but if you don't have the time then this is for you. Clive makes common mistakes, mistakes you'll have seen in class. Your students need to find the mistakes, correct them and explain where Clive has gone wrong so that he doesn't do the same thing again. These activities are designed to create discussion in class and can be used to assess understanding.
alutwyche
Algebra Booklet for Year 7 StudentsQuick View

Algebra Booklet for Year 7 Students

This booklet is an introduction to algebra. A booklet containing seven lessons for a year 7 class. I have included a second file that is identical but with the "Year 7" removed for those who want to use this with other year groups. However this is an introductory unit so does NOT include expanding brackets, factorising, quadratic equations or graphing. This is NOT fully differentiated. However, a file has been included with the booklet I used for my higher ability students, where some questions have been changed. This is very similar to the other booklets with only a few questions changed and one exercise added. Two versions have been included, one using the word "maths" as in the UK and Australia and the other using the word "math" as in the US. Please note that this resource does NOT include answers.
crdraper