Operations with Radical Expressions Color by Number

Operations with Radical Expressions Color by Number

With this activity, students will simplify radical expressions using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. They will then color their answers on the picture according to the directions to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! As an added bonus, the final products make fabulous classroom decor! This activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Teachers and students alike enjoy motivating activities, so engage your students today with these fun coloring activities!
charlotte_james615
Set Theory PowerPoint and Handouts

Set Theory PowerPoint and Handouts

An extensive introduction to Set Theory, generally aimed at Computer Science A Level students, A Level Mathematicians or first year Undergraduate students in either Computer Science or Mathematics. It is intended to cover two lessons, extra examples and discussion may be required if aiming at a lower ability. Includes: A simple starter to encourage discussion on how to categorise numbers, as well as how many there may be e.g. how many natural numbers are there? A handout featuring all definitions given in the PowerPoint A PowerPoint covering set notation, intersections, unions, set comprehension and set compression. More resources can be added upon request. Please do give feedback/suggestions!
Chris11494
Extension - Investigating Infinity

Extension - Investigating Infinity

Nine provocative questions to get pupils thinking about infinity. Each one has footnotes on the Powerpoint to guide towards the answer. What are Zeno’s paradoxes? Is 0.9999999999999999999… the same as 1? What is the smallest decimal number more than 3? What is infinity plus one? What is Hilbert’s Hotel? If something is true for the first million numbers, is it true for all the numbers? What is 1 – 1 + 1 – 1 + 1 – 1 … equal to? Are some infinities bigger than others? Are there more: numbers, fractions, or decimals?
dh2119
Geometry: Radians 2 - Arcs, Sectors and Segments (+ lots of resources)

Geometry: Radians 2 - Arcs, Sectors and Segments (+ lots of resources)

This whole lesson builds on the introduction to the topic of radians. It looks at where the different formulas come from in radians and how to use them with some excellent examples and teaching slides. It comes also with a great starter, plenary, lesson objectives and keywords. I have also included some exam questions with answers, a handout of useful angles to remember and a help sheet on mark scheme jargon to help build pupils understanding of exam papers. I recommend buying this with the first lesson as they fit together to teach pupils everything needed for AS level maths. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more free and premium resources! As always please RATE and FEEDBACK (comments good or bad) thank you!
ajf43
Physics A-level Revision Matching Pairs Games Bundle

Physics A-level Revision Matching Pairs Games Bundle

Ten interactive competitive games on Physics A-level topics. These will make a very welcome break from other less thrilling means of revision. The Matching Pairs Game is a fun and competitive interactive whiteboard game in which two teams take it in turns to match tiles. The game automatically scores and has a built in timer in the event of a draw. Students really enjoy the competitiveness. This game won a Microsoft innovation award. An editor is separately available to make your own games; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/matching-pairs-interactive-game-creator-11063058 bennyjohn5@hotmail.com
bennyjohn5
Iterative Formulae

Iterative Formulae

This lesson teachers students about the iterative formula. The ability to identify why there is a root between two points. The ability to generate an iterative formula. The presentation also demonstrates that not all iterative formulae work. The lesson follows with a worksheet for the students to attempt either in class or as a piece of homework. Answers are included.
sjcooper
Areas under graphs

Areas under graphs

Suitable for Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics or Further Mathematics, this resource introduces students to a small variety of methods for working out areas underneath graphs. Starting with the counting of squares method, it introduces the Trapezium Rule and others. A chart at the end allows students to record the different estimates they have in order to compare methods, and it concludes with a few thoughts about real-world applications and the basis for integral calculus.
Paul-911
Interactive Games and Attention Grabbing Starters

Interactive Games and Attention Grabbing Starters

In this collection I have tried to gather attention grabbing resources. Whether you are teaching cheeky monkeys or aloof A-level classes, these are real winners. The "Matching Pairs Interactive Game" and "Two Team IWB Quiz Game" use the interactive whiteboard in a creative and engaging way.
bennyjohn5
Trapezium Rule

Trapezium Rule

A presentation shows learners how to use the trapezium rule. SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.
al_robinson76
Factor theorem

Factor theorem

A powerpoint explaining the use of the factor theorem. this was designed to be used with the bridging course "Level 2 further maths", but it will be applicable to other courses.
danielwkelly
Decimal Search

Decimal Search

A lesson showing students how to find the solution to an algebraic expression through decimal search. The lesson also includes two questions for students to attempt.
sjcooper
MAXBOX: Maths Investigation on Volume, Area, IT (Excel) Optional

MAXBOX: Maths Investigation on Volume, Area, IT (Excel) Optional

An independent investigation into how the volume of an A4 piece of paper changes as you remove a square of length x from each side. Excel could be used to graph the relationship between Volume and x. I used for Year 9, could use with KS3/4 with excel or with KS5 differentiating the equation relating V and x to find the maxima.
PhysicsPGCE
Warm The Brain: Fun Logical Problem Solving Starters

Warm The Brain: Fun Logical Problem Solving Starters

Six splendid puzzles to display on your interactive whiteboard. These make great lesson starters and are an essential part of a teacher's toolkit. You probably already know the River Crossing puzzle. The puzzles are animated to make them very attention grabbing. No printing is needed; all the puzzles should be solvable without the need to write anything down. Very engaging and fun.
bennyjohn5
Percent Error

Percent Error

Covers accepted value, experimental value, error, and percent error.
CK-12