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Geometry Bundle

Geometry Bundle

Includes a variety of geometry resources, from angles and loci to vectors and trigonometry. Please see each individual resource for more information
Brabanski
Bundle - Vectors, Force, Kinematics

Bundle - Vectors, Force, Kinematics

This source includes; 1. Vectors & Force – PPT This PPT includes; - 44 slides, - Objectives - More than 50 Questions with answers - Quantities, - Scalar & Vector Quantities, - Why direction is important? - How can we define a FORCE? - How to add or subtract the FORCES - Pythagorean Theorem - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? - Vector Addition; - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. - Physics around us... - Review - HW… To attract attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. 2. Vectors & Kinematics – Exam This EXAM PAPER includes 8 pages, (4 Groups) Questions are about; - Quantities (Scalar & Vector Quantities), - How to add or subtract the VECTORS and FORCES - Pythagorean Theorem - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? (speed, velocity, distance, displacement, acceleration etc.) - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. 3. Vectors & Kinematics – QUIZ This EXAM PAPER includes 15 questions with Answer Sheet, (2 pages) Questions are about; - Quantities (Scalar & Vector Quantities), - How to add or subtract the VECTORS and FORCES - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? (speed, velocity, distance, displacement, acceleration etc.) - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. 4. VECTORS - Quiz This EXAM PAPER includes; - 4 pages, (2 Groups) - Quantities, - Scalar & Vector Quantities, - Why direction is important? - How can we define a FORCE? - How to add or subtract the FORCES - Pythagorean Theorem - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? - Vector Addition; - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC) Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.
veyselbiga
Infinity Tiles Maths Investigation

Infinity Tiles Maths Investigation

Infinity Tiles Maths Investigation: A shape challenge using infinity tiles. No matter how you turn and arrange the tiles, will they always fit together? Why does this happen? Includes infinity tile templates, suggested activities and a blank grid for children to create their own infinity tiles. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley
VECTORS - Quiz

VECTORS - Quiz

This EXAM PAPER includes; - 4 pages, (2 Groups) - Quantities, - Scalar & Vector Quantities, - Why direction is important? - How can we define a FORCE? - How to add or subtract the FORCES - Phythagorean Theorem - What are SCALAR & VECTOR Quantities? - Vector Addition; - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
Vectors & Forces

Vectors & Forces

This PPT includes; (44 slides) - Objectives, - More than 50 Questions with answers, - Quantities, - Scalar & Vector Quantities, - Why direction is important? - How can we define a FORCE? - How to add or subtract the FORCES, - Pythagorean Theorem, - Vector Addition; - Vector addition can be handled using the Tail-to-tip or parallelogram method. - Physics around us... - Review - HW To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC) Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners.
veyselbiga
Measurement Unit: KS2 Musical Curriculum

Measurement Unit: KS2 Musical Curriculum

What am I looking at? I've never seen something quite like this before. You are looking at a revolutionary, new way in which to approach the teaching of measurement with your Year 3- Year 6 students. Through the power off music's unique quality to lodge a message into our minds via the most frictionless of ways; a catchy melody; this holistic measurement unit unlocks the gate that so often blocks the smooth transition of information from the teacher to the student. Your students will be more excited about the material, more confident in test preparation, and able to perform better when it counts! Concepts Covered: 1. Capacity - Fluid Ounces, Cups, Pints etc. 2. Measuring Angles 3. Units of Time 4. Inches Feet and Yards 5. Metric System 6. Ounces, Pounds and Tons Each concept covered comes with an original music video and includes: 1. Fun Printable Game 2. Animated Video 3. MP 3Song File 4. Illustrated Worksheets 5. Creative Word Problems 6. Printable Poster for Your Display 7. Digital Poster for SmartBoard / Projector Use 8. Short Quiz 9. Vocabulary Reinforcement and More! Your measurement lessons will never be the same again after you employ the power of world-class educational music and professional animations to break the mercury off the engagement meter in your classroom. Watch the preview to get an idea of what to expect, and then realize that isn't even all there is. This developing math curriculum is so much more than just amazing songs and music videos! All 6 videos, which creatively approach individual math concepts applicable to Year 3 - Year 6 include; printable games, printable posters, worksheets, exit quizzes, word problems, lesson plans and more! Perhaps the most unique quality about our math music and accompanying activities is that it retains a "coolness factor", This is important because as you notice your top-performing students are a little more engaged and energized in the learning process than usual, you'll be observing some of your struggling learners picking up the concept with much less effort and frustration on your part. This is because of how the multi-sensory nature of our program stimulates a part of the child's brain where mere instruction and traditional teaching methods simply cannot. Thank you so much for your interest in NUMBEROCK. We hope we add something special to your teaching strategy.
letsrockmath
Geometry Unit: KS2 Musical Curriculum

Geometry Unit: KS2 Musical Curriculum

What am I looking at? I've never seen something quite like this before. You are looking at a revolutionary, new way in which to approach the teaching of Geometry with your Year 3 - Year 6 students. Through the power off music's unique quality to lodge a message into our minds via the most frictionless of ways; a catchy melody; this holistic geometry program unlocks the gate that so often blocks the smooth transition of information from the teacher to the student. Your students will be more excited about the material, more confident in test preparation, and able to perform better when it counts! Concepts Covered: 1. 3d Shapes 2. Angles (measuring and identifying) 3. Area and Perimeter 4. Classifying Polygons 5. Classifying Quadrilaterals 6. Classifying Triangles 7. Types of Lines 8. Volume and Cubic Units Each concept covered comes with an original music video and includes: 1. Fun Printable Game 2. Animated Video 3. MP 3Song File 4. Illustrated Worksheets 5. Creative Word Problems 6. Printable Poster for Your Display 7. Digital Poster for SmartBoard / Projector Use 8. Short Quiz 9. Vocabulary Reinforcement and More! Your geometry lessons will never be the same again after you employ the power of world-class educational music and professional animations to break the mercury off the engagement meter in your classroom. Watch the preview to get an idea of what to expect, and then realize that isn't even all there is. This developing geometry unit is so much more than just amazings songs and music videos! All 8 videos, which creatively approach individual math concepts applicable to Year 3 - Year 6 include; printable games, printable posters, worksheets, exit quizzes, word problems, lesson plans and more! Perhaps the most unique quality about our math music and accompanying activities is that it retains a "coolness factor", This is important because as you notice your top-performing students are a little more engaged and energized in the learning process than usual, you'll be observing some of your struggling learners picking up the concept with much less effort and frustration on your part. This is because of how the multi-sensory nature of our program stimulates a part of the child's brain where mere instruction and traditional teaching methods simply cannot. Thank you so much for your interest in NUMBEROCK. We hope we add something special to your teaching strategy.
letsrockmath
Types of Lines: KS2 Song

Types of Lines: KS2 Song

Included: 1. Types of Lines Animated Music Video 2. Types of Lines Maths Song Lyrics 3. Types of Lines Vocab Revision Sheet Video Summary Join our perceptive robot investigator as he goes out into the real world to find examples of parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines. Your students will be singing & dancing, all the while learning or reinforcing the knowledge of parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines. This is not your ordinary maths song, which you soon find out when seeing your students wildly enthusiastic reactions. Shameless Sales Pitch This song is going to be a huge success with your students. NUMBEROCK songs keep safely away from creating the run-of-the-mill math music that often makes teachers wince and students cringe. Use the song as a teaching aid during your rounding unit, or while you review for your SATS math revision towards the end of the school year. We're so highly confident that our math music will be a real game changer in your classroom that if you aren't more than adequately satisfied with your purchase, we will enthusiastically refund your full purchase by contacting us at letsrockmath@gmail.com. LYRICS You’ll find lines that are perpendicular On a rectangle’s perimeter. Or let’s break it down even simpler: They make right angles in particular. Parallel lines never meet; Intersecting lines make v’s; Perpendicular lines meet at 90 degrees; Put your hands in the air with me!! Parallel... intersecting... perpendicular... are rectangular! Now, let’s talk about detecting If two lines are intersecting. It’s the name that we select If at any point two lines connect. Parallel lines never meet; Intersecting lines make v’s; Perpendicular lines meet at 90 degrees; Put your hands in the air with me!! Chorus When lines will never touch, then you can tell That those two lines are parallel. Like these telephone wires up above the street, Parallel lines will never meet. UK Age Range: | Year 3 - Year 4 - Year 5 - Year 6 | KS2 Maths
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Coordinates Song - KS2 1st Quadrant

Coordinates Song - KS2 1st Quadrant

Included: 1. Coordinates Animated Music Video 2. Coordinates Song Lyrics 3. Coordinates Vocab Reinforcement Sheet ABOUT MUSIC VIDEO ANIMATION Come on a treasure hunt with the NUMBEROCK crew as we explore a deserted island and follow the coordinates on an ancient coordinate plane treasure map that leads our favorite characters to modern treasures! The ordered pairs are followed into a cave where the words x-axis, y-axis, and origin are explored by torch light. Join us on this exciting adventure and you'll never forget how to plot ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. Shameless Sales Pitch This song is going to be a huge success with your students. NUMBEROCK songs keep safely away from creating the run-of-the-mill math music that often makes teachers wince and students cringe. Use the song as a teaching aid during your rounding unit, or while you review for your SATS math revision towards the end of the school year. We're so highly confident that our math music will be a real game changer in your classroom that if you aren't more than adequately satisfied with your purchase, we will enthusiastically refund your full purchase by contacting us at letsrockmath@gmail.com. Coordinate Plane Geometry Song Lyrics To plot the ordered pair two one: go right two, jump up one, and it’s done. To plot the coordinates seven ten: go right seven, up ten, mark it with your pen. On the x-axis [count to the right] On the y-axis [count from the ground] That’s how a coordinate’s point it found. To plot the ordered pair three five: go right three, up five, to where you arrive. To plot the coordinates ten seven: go right ten up seven, we did it again. To plot the coordinates nine four: hop right nine, up four, now one more; With the ordered pair, zero four: remain at the origin, count four from the floor. The coordinates are kind of like clues telling you where to plot the x and y values, and when you see them on a questionnaire they can be called coordinates or an ordered pair. We plot x first, then y, that’s the order; always starting from the bottom left hand corner - that’s the place that we begin, at zero zero called the origin. Grade Level Suitability by Region USA: 4th Grade - 5th Grade UK: Year 4 - Year 5 - Year 6 Australia: Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6 New Zealand: Stage 6 - Stage 7 / Year 5 - Year 6
letsrockmath
KS2 Coordinates Maths Revision Song (1st Quadrant)

KS2 Coordinates Maths Revision Song (1st Quadrant)

Included: 1. Coordinate Plane Music Video (First Quadrant) 2. Song's Lyric Sheet 3. Coordinate Plane Vocabulary Sheet ABOUT MUSIC VIDEO ANIMATION Come on a treasure hunt with the NUMBEROCK crew as we explore a deserted island and follow the coordinates on an ancient coordinate plane treasure map that leads our favorite characters to modern treasures! The ordered pairs are followed into a cave where the words x-axis, y-axis, and origin are explored by torch light. Join us on this exciting adventure and you'll never forget how to plot ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. Shameless Sales Pitch This song is going to be a huge success with your students. NUMBEROCK songs keep safely away from creating the run-of-the-mill math music that often makes teachers wince and students cringe. Use the song as a teaching aid during your rounding unit, or while you review for your SATS math revision towards the end of the school year. We're so highly confident that our math music will be a real game changer in your classroom that if you aren't more than adequately satisfied with your purchase, we will enthusiastically refund your full purchase by contacting us at letsrockmath@gmail.com. Coordinate Plane Geometry Song Lyrics To plot the ordered pair two one: go right two, jump up one, and it’s done. To plot the coordinates seven ten: go right seven, up ten, mark it with your pen. On the x-axis [count to the right] On the y-axis [count from the ground] That’s how a coordinate’s point it found. To plot the ordered pair three five: go right three, up five, to where you arrive. To plot the coordinates ten seven: go right ten up seven, we did it again. To plot the coordinates nine four: hop right nine, up four, now one more; With the ordered pair, zero four: remain at the origin, count four from the floor. The coordinates are kind of like clues telling you where to plot the x and y values, and when you see them on a questionnaire they can be called coordinates or an ordered pair. We plot x first, then y, that’s the order; always starting from the bottom left hand corner - that’s the place that we begin, at zero zero called the origin. UK Age Range: | Year 3 - Year 4 | KS1 - KS2 Maths
letsrockmath