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Back to School Geometry Worksheets and Activity

Back to School Geometry Worksheets and Activity

This Back to School geometry math packet includes a study guide, worksheets, lessons, assessments, and great diagrams for assorted topics in geometry. With this bundle I have added Area, Perimeter, Volume, and Measurement The study guides include discussion of slope, graphing coordinates (graphing equations for the advanced learner), patterns, pi, and area and circumference of a circle. The worksheets follow along with each topic. Included is a special bonus-Geometry fun cards with MLB team logos on each card can be used as flash cards, geometry game or as an assessment of understanding of diameter, radius and chord. It's a great and productive activity that you can use for years and years when you laminate the cards. This is a great plan for the visual learner. You’ll find tons of fun math products in My Shop.

By moedonnelly

Area

Area

Complete Area course. 20 exercises with examples and answers covering: Counting squares units counting half units Area of squares Area of rectangles Area of compound shapes Area of triangles Area of kites Area of parallelograms Area of trapeziums Shaded areas Finding sides given area Access 1000's of free activities and support material at www.supermathsworld.com

By philipgrahammay

Shape - Perimeter and Area

Shape - Perimeter and Area

Lower KS2. These worksheets allow progression to learn increasingly complex methods of comparing size of shapes. Initially, children will compare sizes of shapes by sight, then by measuring perimeter, and learning to find the length of a missing side. Then, children will count squares to find the total area, before learning to multiply the values of adjacent sides to get the answer. The final worksheet uses word problems, so the children can apply their knowledge to real life situations. This set of sheets would make a good contribution to a shapes topic, and can be worked on individually and also using peer mentoring among varying abilities. *FOR WORKSHEET 1, YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE 5 OF YOUR OWN SHAPES (BEST ON SQUARED PAPER). IN MY LESSON, I USED 5 DIFFERENT REGULAR QUADRILATERALS FOR LOWER ABILITY STUDENTS.

By beth_a_w_1998

Pair Work Activity KS1 and KS2 Hansel and Gretel

Pair Work Activity KS1 and KS2 Hansel and Gretel

This resource is ideal for pairs or small groups to promote team building. It has 3 differentiated levels (Year 1/2, Year 3/4 and Year 5/6) and includes 4 activities linked to Hansel and Gretel. The activities include reading Geographical coordinates and directions, features of a house including area and perimeter, scheduling chores and a recount as Hansel or Gretel. Also includes an interactive version for Year 3/4 and Year 5/6. You can find more activity booklets here: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_topic=activity-booklets#

By ClassroomSecrets

Maths Games KS2 Bundle (Four in a Row)

Maths Games KS2 Bundle (Four in a Row)

Expand your bank of Key Stage 2 Maths games with this bundle of easy-to-prepare and well-differentiated fun and strategic Four in a Row games. Most just require printing and laminating. I recommend printing most in A3 but A4 would be okay too. There are games for Area, Money, Decimals, Doubling and Halving 2 and 3 digit numbers and Times Tables and Division. You can find previews and more information about each resource that is included in this bundle if you click on them but here are some details: CHANGE FOR £20 2 standard game boards and 2 lower ability boards. Children roll dice to find out which column they can do a calculation in and then must work out the change required for £20 for one of the items pictured and priced in that column. Children write on the change using different colour whiteboard pens or add their initials. All answers included. DOUBLES AND HALVES 6 boards to consolidate doubling and halving of two-digit numbers. Includes a one-star version of both the doubling and halving game for younger or lower ability pupils - sidebars are included, featuring all answers, which children can strike through when used. It’s also included without the answer sidebars in case your pupils don’t need this added support. This version focuses on lower 2-digit numbers and multiples of 10. Then there’s two different, more challenging versions of both the doubling and halving boards (two-star versions). All answers included. Play as the money game above. AREA 3 differentiated boards: One-star version - area of rectangles, squares and right-angled triangles. No conversion required. Two-star version – as above but with more challenging calculations. Some conversion required between centimetres, metres etc. Includes decimal lengths and breadths. Three-star version - area of rectangles, squares, right-angled triangles and compound shapes. Some conversion required. Includes decimal lengths and breadths and more challenging calculations. Some of the compound shapes require children to work out the length of a side, using other given sides, before they can work out the area. Children will be able to do some of the calculations mentally but could use paper or mini whiteboards to work out the more challenging ones before writing in the answer on the grid. TIMES TABLES / DIVISION 4 Times Table Boards in colour and black and white versions. All 4 available in LA supported versions (with answer sideboards – see money game above), standard version (2-9 times tables) and in a version with 11 and 12 times tables added. Use whiteboard pens as in the games above. The division game (1 board) requires calculation cards (supplied) to be printed on two different colours of paper or card. In turn children pick up a card and lay it on an answer. DECIMAL PLACE VALUE Consolidate place value to 2 or 3 decimal places. 2 differentiated boards: The 1 star board was originally designed to go with the cards to 2 decimal places, while the more challenging 2 star version was designed for the cards to 3 decimal places. However, both sets of cards would work with either board. For use with this game are two sets of 54 decimal number cards featuring numbers from 0.001 to 2.01 (1 set includes numbers up to 2 decimal places, the other up to 3 decimal places). I hope these resources save you time and help your pupils learn in a fun way. Thank you for your interest. For lots more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Year 2 Autumn/Harvest/Halloween themed Fractions - differentiated levels

Year 2 Autumn/Harvest/Halloween themed Fractions - differentiated levels

These Year 2 fractions questions are Autumn, Harvest and Halloween themed. There are 3 differentiated levels of reasoning and arithmetic problems with answers. There are 34 pages of questions in total. The higher level (called Super Super Challenge) is based on the Year 2 curriculum. The intermediate level (called Super Challenge) is based on the curriculum from Years 1 and 2. The lower level (called Challenge) is based on the Year 1 curriculum. Both editable Microsoft Word and PDF versions of the documents are included. No further preparation required.

By blossomingminds

Area of Triangles complete lesson (powerpoint slides, worksheet, and lesson plan) Y6

Area of Triangles complete lesson (powerpoint slides, worksheet, and lesson plan) Y6

This pack contains all you need for a complete lesson to teach Y6 children how to find the area of right angled triangles in an engaging cross-curricular (World War 2) lesson. Features: - Detailed lesson plan with transparent learning objectives and clear instructions. - PowerPoint slides with contextualized learning, an engaging design, and resources to model the independent activity. - Independent worksheet activity for pupils to complete with differentiated outcomes to challenge pupils that are working above age expectations. - Cross curricular (history- world war 2) contextualized problems to solve This activity works best on a smart board with which you can write over the slides to model the activity with a similar problem before pupils are given independent work.

By DejanT

Year 6 Maths BUNDLE answers

Year 6 Maths BUNDLE answers

1) Adding and taking away negative numbers 2) Adding Decimals 3) Column Addition 4) Harder mental addition 5) Mental addition of 3 digits 6) Mental addition of two numbers 7) Subtracting Decimals 8) Subtracting Decimal numbers (column) 9) Subtracting Large numbers 10) Subtracting Large numbers (4 digits) 11) Factors 12) Finding Common factors (and HCF) 13) Long Multiplication (2 by 2) 14) Long Multiplication (2 by 4) 15) Lowest Common Multiple 16) Mental Multiplication 17) Multiplying Decimals (tenths) 18) Multiplying large numbers 19) Prime Numbers 20) Squaring and cubing numbers 21) Working with multiple operations (BODMAS) 22) Multiplying Decimal numbers by 10 and 100 23) Long division 24) Long Division (Remainders) 25) Dividing Decimals by 10 and 100 26) Long Division (Money) 27) Long Division (2) (Money) 28) Long Division (4 Digits and 2 Digits) no remainders ​29) Long Division with Fraction Remainder ​30) Long Division (4 Digits and 2 Digits) remainders 31) Simplifying Fractions 32) Adding Fractions (Same Denominator) 33) Adding Fractions (Different Denominators) 34) Subtracting Fractions (Same Denominators) 35) Subtracting Fractions (Different Denominators) 36) Equivalent Fractions (1) 37) Equivalent Fractions (2) 38) Equivalent Fractions Harder 39) Adding Mixed Numbers 40) Adding Mixed Numbers (Harder) 41) Subtracting Mixed Numbers 42) Subtracting Mixed Numbers (Harder) 43) Subtracting Fractions from Whole Numbers 44) Dividing Fractions from Whole Numbers 45) Multiplying Fractions 46) Rounding Decimals to the Nearest Tenth 47) Rounding Decimals to the Nearest hundredths 48) Rounding Decimals to the Nearest Whole Number 49) Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Fractions 50) Converting mixed to improper fractions 51) ​Working out 5% and 10% of Numbers 52) 10%, 20%, 25% and 50% of Numbers 53) Reading and Writing Numbers 54) Comparing Large Numbers​ 55) Estimating Using a Number Line 56) Line Graphs 57) Plotting Coordinates 58) Measuring and Classifying Angles ​59) Volume of Cubes 60) Algebra 61) Algebra 2

By fuzzy90

Finding Area

Finding Area

Explanation of what Area is followed by questions that involve counting squares.

By emmijayy

End of Year Maths Project KS3 - Theme Park & Fairground

End of Year Maths Project KS3 - Theme Park & Fairground

Perfect for ending the year! Whole unit of work for final week or fortnight of teaching. Engaging and rich tasks allow students to develop problem solving skills while having fun! The slides clearing follow the order of the booklet. Session one gets students jooked before looking at budgeting and plans and elevations in session two. Session three and four student begin to design their own theme park plan. Session 5 introduces the second part of the project - creating their own fairground game for the entrance of their theme park. In session two students can create these games and test them, finding out probabilities and using questionnaires to further improve their designs and creations. This has been used successfully with low ability students in year 7 up to high ability students in year 9 - often differentiated through questioning and higher pitched expectations.

By scottmarch