#### Finding the nth term activity

This resource is useful for explaining how you find the nth term by shifting a timestable, and also for investigating quadratic sequences.

Interactive spreadsheet to find the nth term (in Welsh).

This resource is useful for explaining how you find the nth term by shifting a timestable, and also for investigating quadratic sequences.

By grace34

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In this video presentation we look at
Sequences : How to find the first term in a sequence given a rule for a sequence.

By MathsLearn

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A simple sheet to enable practice on finding the nth term of a linear sequence, the 10th, 50th and hundredth terms. Ideal for supporting GCSe foundation or as a revision homework for higher ability groups

By ceejaypee

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Find the nth term of a linear sequence followed by the 10th and 15th term. Extension quadratic sequences (basic) (3 A4 pages in total)

By mad80

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<p>A study of minibeasts, using Powerpoint and Smart notebook and worksheets. Other topics covered: Living things; Living things and their environment</p>

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<p>These resources explore how Christians and Jews celebrate Harvest or Sukkot. The interactive resources are supported by detailed lesson plans, writing frames and assessment activities</p>

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A resource (power point presentation) for teaching the correct position for numbers on a clock as well as covering o'clock and half past.

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Guidelines and activities to present a unit on bridges in years 3-6.
In years 3 and 4 the work includes designing and building a bridge to cross a river.
Progression is assured in years 5 and 6 by asking the pupils to design a bridge that can open and close and/or can be lit up.

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There are 4 sets of questions (Number, Algebra, Shape, Data) which are mainly A and A* (with some lower grade questions from topics which students struggle with, e.g. percentages, constructions). PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. Students work in pairs or small groups to answer the questions. When they finish a question they get it marked and if it is correct they are given cash to the value of the question. There are bank notes which you can put your school name and pictures of your teachers on. The team with the most money at the end could be given a prize.

By kmbheck

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FREE SAMPLE AVAILABLE HERE:<br />
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/free-sample-10-maths-starters-in-1-file-dynamic-reusable-differentiated-questions-to-aid-mastery-11289208<br />
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106 Maths Starters In 1 File - Dynamic Reusable Differentiated Questions To Support Mastery And Consolidation<br />
Starters include:<br />
Solving Equations - integer solutions, negative and fraction solutions.<br />
Solving Equations with variables on both sides<br />
Solving Simultaneous Equations<br />
Trial and Improvement<br />
Expanding Brackets (Linear)<br />
Factorising (Linear)<br />
Expanding Brackets (Quadratic)<br />
Factorising (Quadratic); standard, complex, difference of two squares and completing the square.<br />
Generating Sequences<br />
nth Term sequences<br />
Listing Inequalities<br />
Transformations of Graphs<br />
Substitution<br />
Worded Equations<br />
Collecting Like Terms<br />
Trigonometry - 5 activities; finding sides (x), finding sides (divide), finding sides (mix), finding angles, full mix.<br />
Pythagoras - 3 activities; finding hypotenuse, finding shorter side, full mix.<br />
Angles - basic arithmetic, basic turns, triangles, special triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, parallel lines.<br />
Area and perimeter - rectangles and squares, triangles, parallelograms, trapeziums, circles, full mix revision.<br />
Volume of Prisms<br />
Similar Shapes<br />
Speed Distance Time<br />
Basic arithmetic (- +-x÷ from single digits to 2 and 3 digit calculations)<br />
Addition,Subtraction,Multiplication,Division,Long Division,Calculations with and without working,<br />
Calculations with missing numbers (promotes "opposite operations")<br />
Rounding Off (10, 100, 1000, 1, 1dp, 2dp, 3dp, 1sig fig, 2sig fig, 3sig, fig)<br />
Calculating with Upper and Lower Bounds<br />
Decimal Written Calculations<br />
Estimation<br />
Deriving Multiplication Facts<br />
Best Value<br />
Exchange Rates<br />
Equivalent Fractions<br />
Cancelling Fractions Down (simplest terms)<br />
Fraction to Decimal Conversions<br />
Fraction of Amounts (Calc and non-calc)<br />
Mixed numbers and Improper Fractions Conversions<br />
11 Question Fraction Revision Section (with notes)<br />
Finding Percent of an amount (non calculator)<br />
Finding Percent of an amount (calculator)<br />
Percent Change<br />
Reverse Percent Change<br />
Simple and Compound Interest<br />
Write as a Percent<br />
Writing Numbers (Place Value)<br />
Powers and Roots (Calc and Non-calc, Squares, Cubes, Sqr Roots, Cube Roots and higher powers)<br />
Standard Form<br />
BIDMAS<br />
Types of numbers (listing square numbers, primes, factors and multiples)<br />
Product of Prime Factors<br />
Finding Averages (MMMR)<br />
Finding Averages (MMMR + IQR)<br />
Reverse Averages<br />
Finding Averages from Frequency Tables<br />
Probability - Decimals, Fractions, Percents, OR and AND rule<br />
Tree Diagrams,Venn Diagrams<br />
Pie Charts,Bar Charts<br />
Two Way Tables

By MrP

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by ag468<br />
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Attached are the game board, cut-out footballs, game card template and instructions. Students answer questions from the game cards (that you can tailor for any topic) and move the ball through the grid on the board, aiming to eventually score goals. Wrong answers lead to 'tackles' where the opponent gets to move instead. This has proved to be good fun for various Maths topics so far.<br />
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PLEASE NOTE: My focus and passion as a teacher is in creating fun an enriching games to use in Maths and other subjects. Do have a look at my other resources - there may be variations on this one and other exciting ideas...

By ag468

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I made these to help me save time when marking the books- If I wrote it several times one day I went home and made a sticker for it.. You need to buy the appropriate sized stickers. I got mine from eBay. The one I use the most is "Extra Challenge" which saves you having to write "Here is an extra challenge for you to do". Hope they help you too!

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