#### Lesson on operations, equations with 12

A series of practical activities to support children in learning to use operations, equations to 12.

A series of practical activities to support children in learning to use operations and equations with 12.

A series of practical activities to support children in learning to use operations, equations to 12.

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A series of practical activities to support children in learning to count up to 12 using operations and equations.

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A series of practical activities to support children in learning to use operations, equations to 14.

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A series of practical activities to support children in learning to count up to 19.

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KS3 assessments on:Logic, Place Value, Graphs, Addition and Subtraction of Decimals, Angles, Multiplication of Decimals, Number Patterns and Sequences, Division of Decimals, Areas and Perimeters, Fractions, Data Collection and Presentation, Arithmetic Revision, Searching for Patterns, Time and Timetables, Negative Numbers, Linear Equations, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Quantitative Data, Scale Drawing, Fractions, Probability of One Event, Volume. The tests are differentiated and solutions and mark schemes are provided.

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The topic of Angle Geometry from the GCSE books of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm
Keywords: Angle, Turn, Acute, Obtuse, Reflex, Degrees, Parallel, Complementary, Opposite, Corresponding, Interior, Bearings, North, Supplementary, Scale Drawing, Intersecting, Measures, Line, Distance, Circle, Arc, Compass, Radius, Diameter, Symmetry, Bearings, Tangent, Chord, Construct, Formula, Geometry, Euler.

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KS3 EQUATION OF A STRAIGHT LINE. Worksheets and activities. The topic of Straight Line Graphs from the Year 8 book of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm
Keywords: Linear, Equation, Axes, Gradient, Intercept, Positive, Negative, Zero, Infinite, Axis, Plot, Co-ordinate, Point, y = mx + c.

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Worksheets, activities and lesson plans. The topic of Transformations from the Year 9 book of the Mathematics Enhancement Program. For information about these resources and an index for the whole collection please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/CIMT.htm
Keywords: Reflection, Rotation, Translation, Enlargement, Transformation, Co-ordinate, Centre, Equation, Linear, Vector, Direction, Scale Factor, Mirror Line, Combination, Combine, Sequence, Order.

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I originally produced this resource to help my own children learn to tell the time. It has since been used extensively to support teaching time telling to children aged between 5 and 10 years of age.<br />
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This Math resource provides clear visuals and activities to support children in the development of time telling skills. The aim is to encourage children to take a hands on approach and enjoy learning to tell the time.<br />
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Slides are provided in three different formats; full colour, black and white photocopiable and tinted dyslexia friendly.<br />
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By START #ART

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Hi,<br />
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This is a creative and engaging game. <br />
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There are 15 timed questions - they are all linked to the main slide. <br />
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The purpose - if the class get 12 or more correct, they win the reward. If they get less than 12, they get the punishment!<br />
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Be careful - each questions has a countdown timer!<br />
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This is adaptable to any subject, for any age by simply over-typing the questions. <br />
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This is the easiest and most engaging way to have a revision quiz!!<br />
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Enjoy<br />
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Copyright M Willetts

By Boosteration

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Thank you for taking the time to view my premium resource. It is designed to provide you with a lesson in which pupil’s progress, the lessons follow a pathway; prepare for learning, lesson objectives, present new information, construct on that information, apply and demonstrate, review and consolidate.<br />
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This revision lesson can be applied to any subject and any topic which makes it so powerful. Because of this the teacher will have to prepare 9 information slides each with 3 pieces of information relating to the chosen topic. I have added a set of slides from halogen (chemistry) revision as a template. This took me 10 mins to produce and I am not a chemist.<br />
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This resource will provide you with a fantastic revision, which is fun for the pupils and an effective lesson that will save you that precious commodity – time<br />
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Lesson Overview<br />
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Why revision is important – simple question but gets them thinking<br />
30 second dash memory game – information hunt<br />
Rank the information in order of importance – construct meaning from information <br />
Group paragraph maker – apply knowledge – 6 mark question practice<br />
You’re the examiner – groups make up exam questions<br />
The test – groups pitch their questions against each other<br />
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Homework Make revision poster – spider diagram on topic<br />
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All for less than a small glass of wine!<br />
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By Andrew Caine

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This is a fantastic fun revision lesson suitable for all classes and all subjects, it was rated as outstanding by leadership, and utilised in many departments in the school. The children ask for this lesson when revision looms.<br />
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Lesson Overview<br />
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Starter - Build your own keyword word search - children focus on keywords and meanings.<br />
Main - Research topic by making questions with answers – you’re the examiner, children in groups research topic and set their own questions from the topic. <br />
Plenary - Play snakes and ladders learning game- an educational twist on the classic - pupils use questions and answers from previous activity<br />
Make a revision spider diagram on topic<br />

By Andrew Caine

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A selection of posters for Numeracy across the Curriculum or using Graphs and Charts (Graphicacy) across the curriculum. Display in classrooms or on boards around the school and get staff directing pupils to them if they are struggling or unsure which chart is suitable to use.

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As promised a few more in preparation for SATS next week. Hope they are useful for the classroom.<br />

By WRMathsHub

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Every day in the run up to the GCSE exams we are intending to put up two GCSE problems of the day on Twitter. Here are the files you can use in the classroom. For each problem there are some variations that you might want to use instead or in addition.<br />
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The first two problems are suitable for foundation and higher and the second are suitable for higher.<br />
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The first problems can focus on writing a number as the product of its prime factors and then find HCF. There is also a problem involving fractions and percentages.<br />
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The second problems involve forming a box plot and also circle geometry to find the area of a triangle.<br />
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We hope you enjoy using them. Please tweet your student solutions to @WRMathsHub for a chance to win a prize

By WRMathsHub

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Past Maths Paper with answers

By Kasim Rashid

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A selection of posters for Numeracy across the Curriculum or using Graphs and Charts (Graphicacy) across the curriculum. Display in classrooms or on boards around the school and get staff directing pupils to them if they are struggling or unsure which chart is suitable to use.

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The original resources and questions for this were all made by Mary Pepper so she gets alot of the credit!<br />
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These are GCSE Grade C exam papers specifically looking at problem solving questions.<br />
All paper 1's are the same, but Bronze has more scaffolding, silver a little bit and gold has no scaffolding at all.<br />
Use for your classes as you see fit - I intend to give everyone Bronze 1 and only if they get 70%+ they can have silver 2 etc...<br />
The aim is for them to improve up to gold.<br />
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Aim is to get your class more confident with tackling the worded/functional/problem solving GCSE questions.<br />
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I will add more in time so keep checking!!!

By Alison Banks

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As promised a few more in preparation for SATS next week. Hope they are useful for the classroom.<br />

By WRMathsHub

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Every day in the run up to the GCSE exams we are intending to put up two GCSE problems of the day on Twitter. Here are the files you can use in the classroom. For each problem there are some variations that you might want to use instead or in addition.<br />
<br />
The first two problems are suitable for foundation and higher and the second are suitable for higher.<br />
<br />
The first problems can focus on writing a number as the product of its prime factors and then find HCF. There is also a problem involving fractions and percentages.<br />
<br />
The second problems involve forming a box plot and also circle geometry to find the area of a triangle.<br />
<br />
We hope you enjoy using them. Please tweet your student solutions to @WRMathsHub for a chance to win a prize

By WRMathsHub

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**FREE**