#### Expanding brackets

Pupils practise expanding brackets. This sheet doesnt have any terms squared as its meant to allow stuedents to grasp confidently multiplying numbers and letters and to be able to write expressions after expanding.

by dannytheref

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Designed for my KS3 students of varying abilities, these powerpoints were aimed at teaching expanding brackets and simplifying the expression.

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Pupils practise expanding brackets. This sheet doesnt have any terms squared as its meant to allow stuedents to grasp confidently multiplying numbers and letters and to be able to write expressions after expanding.

By ghazala.ali

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**$3.00**

A spreadsheet that covers simple brackets up to pairs of brackets. Good to use for practice with mini white boards. I use regularly as a starter with GCSE groups to remind them how to do it.

By turtonkei

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**FREE**

Expand and simplify an expression involving a single term in front of each brackets (i.e. not double brackets)

By DrFrostMaths

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**FREE**

Using temperatures to perform some calculations involving negative numbers.

By Daniel Burke

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**FREE**

Targetted at levels 3 to 5 this looks at rounding to the nearest whole number, nearest 10, 100 and 1000 and to 1dp.

By Daniel Burke

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**FREE**

A worksheet requiring students to identify the order of rotational symmetry of several images before rotating a shape around a centre of rotation on a grid.

By Daniel Burke

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Power Point presentation, 24 slides, Explaining with examples how to use the distributive law to expand brackets., based on IGCSE Extended level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlTkdsR0RDM0kyUTg/view?usp=sharing

By oralhurt

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**$3.31**

This task differentiates learning by giving keener students the chance to show their understanding by doing fewer (but more challenging) problems. For grading students work, I usually give "all the points" or "half the points" for a partially correct solution. You could break it into quarters if you need to be more specific :)
You can edit the .docx version to suit your specific class needs. This makes a great exam review, even if you don't wish to use it for evaluation purposes!
INCLUDED:
.docx and .pdf file versions

By CalfordMath

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**$2.00**

Edexcel AS and A-level Modular Mathematics power point-slide helpful for revision. Its supplement for text book
not alternative.(Specially those are using keith pledger book.)

By jakaria

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**$2.65**