TES Maths Resource of the Week
Resource title: Year 7 - 11 homework booklets
Resource author: Payphone
What is it?
This top-quality collection contains enough booklets to enable you to set an entire year's worth of homework for your KS3 and GCSE classes.
Each homework task consists of 20 questions, which fit conveniently onto a single page. They cover essential skills, such as adding fractions, rearranging equations and naming parts of a circle, and include a tracking sheet, as well as space for both a mark out of 20 and an effort grade.
How can it be used?
No prizes for suggesting that this resource could be used for homework! But there are lots of other ways it can be useful, too.
As the booklets are editable, you can easily copy and paste individual questions to use on your own worksheets, for support and extension work or as demonstration questions during a lesson.
Collections like this also lend themselves very well to cover work. If a colleague rings in sick and there is no work set, then you can do a lot worse than printing a few copies of one of these homework sheets.
Craig is a secondary maths teacher in the North of England.
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