This worksheet presents 3 questions on area of triangle and 3 questions on area of parallelogram. \n\nOnce pupils have completed the questions, they can match a parallelogram to a triangle. Each triangle will match to a parallelogram. This could also be a starting point to explaining that shapes with the same areas can have different perimeters.
Two worksheets for area and perimeter of rectangles and triangles. One is slightly simpler, as it contains more practice for rectangles and no non-right angled triangles that are not the "right way up"
There are anumber of scenarios which the children could use to base their diaries on. I find often that the children don't always have ideas or can't remember what they have done over the weekend to write about. There are also extracts from other diaries. One being Anne Frank&'s diary.
Lots of my children were struggling for ideas of characters and settings. So, in order to support them and make their stories more intersting I gave these grids. Some children wanted to challenge themselves so randomly chose a character and setting and wrote a story about them. The results were amusing and interesting.
A really lovely way to introduce using commas when writing lists. I did this with myclass, I wrote descriptions of my children and the class had to guess who they were about. You'll obviously need to tweak this for your class.
Adventure game in which students answer KS3 circle questions in order to rescue a princess. Teacher notes and answers are provided. There are 5 sections, each with 2 topics. They have 4 attempts at each topic, if they get all 4 wrong, the game ends and they will have to start again. The 5 sections are: parts of a circle, circumference, area, reverse questions: given circumference, find diameter and radius; given area, find radius and diameter. Go to my profile page to see the GCSE version including arc length and sector area and check out my other games.
Adventure game in which students answer GCSE circle questions in order to rescue a princess. There are 5 sections, each with 2 topics. They have 4 attempts at each topic, if they get all 4 wrong, the game ends and they will have to start again. The 5 sections are: circumference, area, reverse questions: given circumference, find diameter and radius; given area, find radius and diameter, arc length and sector area. Go to my profile page to see the KS3 version without arc length and sector area and check out my other games.
Aimed at FS L1/L2 - homework or checking learning
Converting Metric to Imperial
Converting Imperial to Metric
Making realistic estimates of length, weight and capacity
Symmetry line and rotational
Congruent and Similar
This bundle for younger children offers a range of activities and supporting resources. A visual counting game, time telling fun, maths puzzles, visual inspiration through times table posters and photographs of numbers in the wider environment. Bright, fun, friendly maths.