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When I am revising maths, I like to ask a question and then the students answer it on their mini whiteboards. We then check the answer on the following slide. I have combined the test papers with the marking scheme, making teaching and learning a lot more fun.

There is differentiated revision material. There are tests for levels 3 - 5, and tests for level 6, and some which are for all the students. All the students should try all the tests, to both consolidate and extend their learning to make sure they have the maximum chance of reaching their true potential.

I have presented them in the different PowerPoint formats for the older and more modern computers.

Did you know pairing a high achieving and less high achieving child together actually helps both? As the more advanced student explains how to solve a problem, they too improve their knowledge of mathematical vocabulary.

If you like this teaching resource, please visit my teaching blog at http://www.TimeToTeach.co.uk

If you like these materials, please leave me a nice comment. Nice comments mean a lot to me!

There is differentiated revision material. There are tests for levels 3 - 5, and tests for level 6, and some which are for all the students. All the students should try all the tests, to both consolidate and extend their learning to make sure they have the maximum chance of reaching their true potential.

I have presented them in the different PowerPoint formats for the older and more modern computers.

Did you know pairing a high achieving and less high achieving child together actually helps both? As the more advanced student explains how to solve a problem, they too improve their knowledge of mathematical vocabulary.

If you like this teaching resource, please visit my teaching blog at http://www.TimeToTeach.co.uk

If you like these materials, please leave me a nice comment. Nice comments mean a lot to me!

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Created: Feb 21, 2016

Updated: Sep 17, 2018

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