I’ve created some mind maps to help students revise the 4 main areas in maths: Algebra, Number, Shape & Data. Simple language has been used to make them accessible to all students.
I also included corresponding checklists for students to use to help them with their revision. A smiley face denotes the student has mastered & is confident in the topic, straight- could do with some revision, and unhappy- this topic needs attention. These are in word doc format so feel free to edit/add/subtract to them.
I’ve used this to help plan revision lessons and get an idea of what the group finds difficult and this has worked well.
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A GCSE Foundation Maths PowerPoint presentation I created from some revision worksheets I use. It contains slides on how to answer all the types of questions that may come up in the foundation exam. It was created with AQA and Edexcel (foundation) in mind, but may be suitable for other exam boards too.
Additionally, could be good revision for Higher GCSE students too. I use it with my high KS3 Students as they are more than capable understanding the material.
I have split it up into four areas: Number, Algebra, Data/statistics, and Shape/Space/Measures.
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In this investigation, children are challenged to look within their classroom to find examples of maths.
This lesson is designed for a start-of-year investigation, where children recall the maths strands they've covered in prior years and try to find examples of fractions, angles, shapes, etc in real-life spaces.
Ideally suited for lower KS2 year groups, but can easily be used as a practical, kinaesthetic investigation for upper KS2 year groups as well.
An interactive whiteboard presentation and full lesson plan are included.
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