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Coordinate grids Spot the Error

Coordinate grids Spot the Error

A set of 12 coordinate grids, some correct and others with common errors- uneven spacing, using different scales on different sides of the same axis, not drawing the axis on a line, etc. I often use this as a starter with older students before starting a unit on graphing to remind them of all the things they can and cannot to do. Answers included.

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All Maths GCSE resources (Prt 1)

All Maths GCSE resources (Prt 1)

A fantastic value for money bundle of worksheets for math students, ranging from lower to upper ability. Also includes topic tests and step-by-step worksheets with questions! Save 48% on this bundle!

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Introduction to World Religions through Mathematics

Introduction to World Religions through Mathematics

SAVE 25% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLE! This bundle is the perfect pack for you to engage your students with World Religions and Mathematics at the same time! Regardless of their age, all students love puzzles. Learning and fun at the same time! When introducing students to the study of World Religions, get their attention by using these 7 sets of 5 excellent activities. These activities have the advantage of combining their Maths skills with the enjoyment of playing! They were designed not just for creating ‘busy-work’ for students, but for engaging the students in the learning process and enhancing their learning experience. The activities are suitable to be used for homework or during class activities (as starter or plenary). The answers are included! Don't forget to celebrate their success with the certificate included! ********************************************************************************** This bundle contains: ✶ Introduction to Christianity through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Buddhism through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Islam through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Hinduism through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Sikhism through Mathematics ✶ Introduction to Judaism through Mathematics ********************************************************************************** Related Resources All puzzles **********************************************************************************

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maths - direction, positional languages, coordinates - cross curricular red riding hood map

maths - direction, positional languages, coordinates - cross curricular red riding hood map

This is a 5 lesson week on maths. the three main lessons are on directional vocabulary and instructions/ looking at coordinates. (The other two lessons are thrown in for free!) FULLY resources with notebook slides to assist starter activities and extras. The lessons are cross curricular to fit with red riding hood topic/week. very creative lessons using coordinates, direction and maps from red riding hood. easily tailored to suit ks1 class. Learning intentions for each day: LI: To be able to solve money problems. LI : to develop our use of directional vocabulary. LI - To be able to use co-ordinates. LI: To follow and give instructions involving position, direction and movement. LI: Follow and give instructions involving position, direction and movement. LI:Read and use a ruler to draw and measure lines to the nearest centimetre

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