GCSE Maths Revision booklets - CCEA M2 and M6 papers

GCSE Maths Revision booklets - CCEA M2 and M6 papers

Included are two revision booklets created for use by students undertaking CCEA GCSE Maths. These booklets were originally created to correspond to topics on the old T2 and T5 papers, which now most closely link to the M2 and M6 papers. Most of the topics also relate to Foundation Mathematics papers by other exam boards. Topics within the booklets are broken down an explained in a simplified, step-by-step manner for ease of understanding by students. They were originally created for use by students with specific learning difficulties who were having difficulty keeping up in class, but they have been used as successful revision tools by their non-SEN peers also. There are some revision questions throughout the booklets, but the focus is more primarily on step-by-step teaching of different topics and demonstrating how these skills can be linked to different types of questions.
rachaelsarahgordon
Trigonometry SOACAHTOA

Trigonometry SOACAHTOA

Students will learn and to use the formula for sin, cos and tan to find the missing sides and the missing angles in a right angle triangle.
podila mirela
Functional Skills Maths Calendar September and  October (Halloween themed)

Functional Skills Maths Calendar September and October (Halloween themed)

This is based on an idea I originally saw on just maths with the excellent a little bit of maths everyday - which is excellent for GCSE, Teaching lots of functional skills I have decided to have a go at making a similar resource based on the requirements of the functional skills criteria. This is the first 2 installments, if I get enough reviews I will make more available for free for the rest of the year. Halloween themed. Please also visit my shop for lots of functional skills maths resources for level 1 and level 2. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jonesk5 My revision bundle covers all areas with topic outlines, questions and answers and my last minute cribsheets and a game of bingo for just £5 everything you need for revision of functional skils maths and more! https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=1043794&q=revision&shop=jonesk5 I have lessons for just £2 and a resource containing everything you need to cover functional sills in just 15 weeks: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/functional-skills-maths-fast-track-or-revision-all-course-materials-for-15-weeks-of-lessons-l1-and-l2-11888924 My ever popular functional skills mats monoploy with 80+ questions for just £3 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/functional-skills-maths-revsion-l1-and-l2-mathopoly-over-80-questions-includes-some-differentiation-11599638
jonesk5
Maths Challenges Bundle

Maths Challenges Bundle

Maths Challenges Bundle There are 4 different challenge worksheets. All answers are included. If bought independently, these 3 resources would cost £10, but I am offering them in this bundle for £8.50, a saving of 15%. To view items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
Area and Perimeter

Area and Perimeter

Area and Perimeter This is a no-prep printable challenge. There are 36 boxes - each box shows a measurement for a square. Match pairs of measurements to make 18 squares. (e.g. Side = 7cm would match with Area = 49cm squared). One side has not been filled in – the challenge is to find the missing answer to make 18 matching pairs. All answers are included. This resource can be used as a worksheet. The questions are non-calculator. The document is 5 pages in total, but you will only need to print out 1 page for the students. This resource can be printed in colour or black and white. You may also like: Mixed Questions Challenge Percentages of Amounts Challenge Fractions of Amounts Challenge Please visit Maths Shop to see more of my resources. Keywords: area, perimeter, square, dimensions, revision, printable, numeracy, worksheet, test, non-calculator, homework, mathematics, maths, math review, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, foundation, mathematics, SEN, special educational needs.
Elsie99
GCSE Maths/Functional Skills - Afternoon Tea Mystery (Scaling up)

GCSE Maths/Functional Skills - Afternoon Tea Mystery (Scaling up)

See if your students can work out what Paula needs to buy by working with recipes (scaling up), units of measure and problem solving. Put your students’ problem-solving abilities to the test by asking them to solve this mystery using the clues provided. This activity is really engaging and great for developing problem solving technique, resilience and logical thinking Solution provided Topics Covered Scaling up recipes (Ratio) Calculating with Metric measures Converting Imperial measures to metric
derrybeg73
Theme Park Challenge - Maths

Theme Park Challenge - Maths

A good “Final Week” style activity which can last over several sessions or be finished in an afternoon. On sale for this final week of the term. Enjoy the Summer! Everything included - just add dice! This is a roleplay experience for children, aimed at Years 4 and above. Using squared paper and the instructions contained within, children design their own Theme park, use dice to generate the number of visitors, and see how much they made. Added problems such as rides not working add variation to each of the five days. Each ride has its own excitement rating and this means that children need to build a balanced park to fit the tastes of everyone. The game guides children and yourself through each of the steps with clear examples given for each step too. Mathematically this requires HTO x O skills, as well as some basic area knowledge (understanding that a footprint of 3x3 for a ride would mean 3 squares by 3 squares, so 9 squares). Custom-made games to fit a theme can be commissioned on request - get in touch!
Holtonmaths
The Volume and Surface Area Of Cones and Spheres - Worksheets With Answers

The Volume and Surface Area Of Cones and Spheres - Worksheets With Answers

Three worksheets covering higher level GCSE questions on Cones and Spheres including Level 9 questions. Cones - A great worksheet which all higher level students will need to be able to cope with - 12 questions Spheres - 6 questions on volume and surface are of spheres and hemispheres. Cones and Spheres - 5 more difficult questions on the cone and spheres - these are level 8 and 9 ! Answers for each are provided separately.
happymathematician
Rectangle Lockbox

Rectangle Lockbox

Answer the questions on the topic, the sum of the answers will give a 3 digit code that will unlock a box full of goodies! Questions on area and perimeter of rectangles and composite rectangle shapes. Links with CFE Level 2/3. Pupils must work collaboratively as a group to come to the correct combination. Print off multiple copies for groups to use Set up the ground rules, pupils are to display their answers and totals clearly Only check their totals and inform them if they are right or wrong, encourage resilience Pupils will answer each sheet and total each sheet as they go along, then they will have to use a combination of their totals to unlock a cashbox full of goodies. Only allow calculators if you are running out of time and allow 2 goes at the combination only for each group, this will deter guesswork!
chunter481
Maths Murder Mystery

Maths Murder Mystery

This is a fully resourced, fully differentiated maths revision lesson on measurement, and a whole heap of fun. I threw some code breaking as a starter in there to get them warmed up. My KS4 SEND students loved it as a break from Functional Skills practice papers. This could easily work for UKS2 and LKS3. This download includes: Bright, colourful and highly engaging Powerpoint presentation 3 sets of clue worksheets, differentiated four ways each- so 12 in total! A worksheet to collect their answers through the steps and to help them work through the suspect list. Hope you enjoy it and it saves a bit of time. Please let me know how it worked for you and leave a review! All feedback/suggestions very much welcome. N.B. I made this on a Mac using Word 16. My work PC didn’t like it so if yours doesn’t either, I’ve got my reformatted copy on my stick. Please just let me know and I’ll send that over to you.
slgraham0
Out of This World Classifying Triangles by Angles Mini Unit

Out of This World Classifying Triangles by Angles Mini Unit

Many students tend to do well with the computational components of mathematics. Unfortunately, the same pupils tend to have difficulty with thoroughly explaining how they solved the problems in written form. As educators, we know that students being able to explain their solution processes are a crucial component to long-term retention of the mathematical concepts they need to succeed in numeracy mastery. This mini unit deals with classifying triangles by angle measurement. This study provides a week-long lesson that incorporates multiple opportunities for your students to solve real-world problems computationally. Then, it requires that they explain their solution process in both an oral (Accountable Talk), and a written (Brief Constructed Response) format. Within these responses, the students are encouraged to use logical thinking to PROVE or JUSTIFY (Higher Level Bloom’s Taxonomy Components) their solution processes. This action enables the student to think about the steps they took to get to the answer-a process that has been proven to enhance student retention of relevant skills in mathematics. Lastly, the students are required to complete a Student Self-Assessment. This part of the unit is also crucial to student interpretation and retention of the solution process because it needs them to think about their form of thinking and be accountable to what is involved in effectively solving a word problem. The mini unit includes: • Table of Contents • Mini Unit Implementation Directions • Theme-oriented real-world word problems. • Brief Constructed Response Prompts • Student Self-Assessments for Each BCR Prompt • Full Brief Constructed Response Keys with exemplary Responses. • Student Mini Unit Packet for Reproducing • Certificate of Completion We would like to thank you for downloading this product. We hope that you and your students enjoy the unit. Have fun!! Image Source: https://goo.gl/ThovX5
LightbulbTeaching
Out of This World Classifying Triangles by Sides Mini Unit

Out of This World Classifying Triangles by Sides Mini Unit

Many students tend to do well with the computational components of mathematics. Unfortunately, the same pupils tend to have difficulty with thoroughly explaining how they solved the problems in written form. As educators, we know that students being able to explain their solution processes are a crucial component to long-term retention of the mathematical concepts they need to succeed in numeracy mastery. This mini unit deals with classifying triangles by side measurement. This study provides a week-long lesson that incorporates multiple opportunities for your students to solve real world problems computationally. Then, it requires that they explain their solution process in in both an oral (Accountable Talk), and a written (Brief Constructed Response) format. Within these responses, the students are encouraged to use logical thinking to PROVE or JUSTIFY (Higher Level Bloom’s Taxonomy Components) their solution processes. This action enables the student to think about the steps they took get to the answer-a process that has been proven to enhance student retention of pertinent skills in mathematics. Lastly, the students are required to complete a Student Self-Assessment. This part of the unit is also crucial to student interpretation and retention of the solution process because it requires them to think about their form of thinking and be accountable to what is involved in effectively solving a word problem. The mini unit includes: • Table of Contents • Mini Unit Implementation Directions • Theme-oriented real world word problems. • Brief Constructed Response Prompts • Student Self-Assessments for Each BCR Prompt • Full Brief Constructed Response Keys with exemplar responses. • Student Mini Unit Packet for Reproducing • Certificate of Completion We would like to thank you for downloading this product. We hope that you and your students enjoy the unit. Have fun!! Image Source: https://goo.gl/QiGpfk Thank you for your support. We appreciate your business.
LightbulbTeaching
Metric units for capacity worksheet (with solutions)

Metric units for capacity worksheet (with solutions)

A worksheet on converting from one metric unit of capacity (litres, cl ,ml, cubic metres and cubic centimetres) to another. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Area of Triangles Maze

Area of Triangles Maze

Use this no prep, print and go practice maze to practice finding the area of triangles. 12 problems and answer key provided.
crystal36
Distance Speed Time - Two Part Journeys

Distance Speed Time - Two Part Journeys

Warm Up If a single journey is split into two parts then we have distances, speeds and times associated with each part of the journey but also for the journey as a whole. The early problems involve all 9 measures (3 distances, 3 speeds and 3 times) but only 4 are given. Students must fill in the remaining 5. Main Investigation The later questions require students to think about the connection between all 9 measures in more generality. Other details Read the file labelled Read Me first!
mattfriend1
6th Grade Math Complete Bundle for Interactive Math Notebook

6th Grade Math Complete Bundle for Interactive Math Notebook

This bundle includes all my interactive notebook pages and practice for the entire 6th grade math common core curriculum. The price will increase as I add to this bundle, and I will be adding to it daily. See the preview pictures and unit bundle links to see what is currently included and don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions!
crystal36
GCSE Maths 9-1 Exam Tips And Revision Help! (GRADE 7-9)

GCSE Maths 9-1 Exam Tips And Revision Help! (GRADE 7-9)

This is a revision sheet/exam helpsheet aimed at students aiming for grade between 7 to 9 and to help push grade 6 students to a 7. The sheet alone won’t magically push their grades up but features examples for certain topics and things to remember during the exam and other information regarding certain formulae that has to be remembered and the grade boundaries and what to aim for. Certain topics covered: Surds and Rationalising Algebraic Fractions Quadratic Sequences Geometric Sequences Circles Algebraic Proofs Completing the square and finding the turning point I hope this revision sheet will be useful for you in your study or for any students doing their GCSE’s PLEASE review and leave me feedback if you do download my sheet! If you notice any mistakes please contact me and i’ll amend anything ASAP.
alastairj123
Making pictures with 2D shapes

Making pictures with 2D shapes

The children have to make a picture using a range of 2D shapes. Rectangle, Square, Circle, Triangle, Pentagon & Trapezium. Types of Triangle: Isosceles Triangle, Right Angled Triangle, Equilateral Triangle and Scalene Triangle. The task is differentiated four ways.
Cybertism
Properties of Solid Shapes - Knowledge Organiser

Properties of Solid Shapes - Knowledge Organiser

A4 page Knowledge Organiser including Need-to-Know facts, Keywords, Exam Question, MathsWatch clip numbers, Worksheet links and Curriculum Flowchart. Aimed at KS4 students. Especially for schools who are using a knowledge based curriculum. Updated July 2018
CapeTownTeacher
Transforming Graphs - Knowledge Organiser

Transforming Graphs - Knowledge Organiser

Two A4 page Knowledge Organisers including Need-to-Know facts, Keywords, Exam Question, MathsWatch clip numbers, Worksheet links and Curriculum Flowchart. Aimed at KS4 students. Especially for schools who are using a knowledge based curriculum. Updated July 2018
CapeTownTeacher
Halloween Maths - skull tessellation activity

Halloween Maths - skull tessellation activity

A halloween themed tessellation activity. Includes: A skull (med) With the following types of sheets: An A4 portrait sheet with small squares and a small shape to start students off An A4 portrait sheet with big squares and a big shape to start students off An A4 landscape sheet with small squares and a small shape to start students off An A4 landscape sheet with big squares and a big shape to start students off A small template which is approx 1/6 of A4 A big template approx 1/2 A4 Examples of how to tessellate the shape I have more halloween tessellations available here
MissEHoney
Halloween Maths - Tessellations

Halloween Maths - Tessellations

A halloween themed tessellation activity. Includes: A ghost (easy) A bat (med) A witches hat (really hard) A spider (easy) A skull (med) A cat (hard) For each shape there is the following types of sheets: An A4 portrait sheet with small squares and a small shape to start students off An A4 portrait sheet with big squares and a big shape to start students off An A4 landscape sheet with small squares and a small shape to start students off An A4 landscape sheet with big squares and a big shape to start students off A small template which is approx 1/6 of A4 A big template which are on their own A4 page Examples of how to tessellate the shape The skull is available as a free product here.
MissEHoney
Speed and density worksheets (with solutions)

Speed and density worksheets (with solutions)

A collection of three worksheets. Two worksheets on applying the formula of speed to calculate unknown speeds, distances and times and one worksheet on applying the formula of density to calculate unknown densities, volumes and masses. Detailed solutions are provided. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Density worksheet (with solutions)

Density worksheet (with solutions)

A worksheet on applying the formula of density to calculate unknown densities, volumes and masses. Detailed solutions are provided. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
math_w
Constructions extension incircles and circumcircles

Constructions extension incircles and circumcircles

A good way to get students using constructions with a purpose! The lesson takes students through how to construct incircles and circumcircles - giving them lots of practice with constructing triangles, angle bisectors and perpendicular bisectors. The worksheet is best done using geogebra. My year 9s produced some really great work. All answers included.
alicecreswick
Volume of prisms

Volume of prisms

A presentation to support the teaching of volume with objectives, examples and differentiated task with answers.
wrighte
Area revision

Area revision

A presentation to support the teaching of area revision with objectives, examples and differentiated tasks for the students with answers.
wrighte
Trigonometry with James Bond

Trigonometry with James Bond

Could be used for bright Y9s or KS4. Two of the questions are Pythagoras, five are finding a missing side or angle using sin, cos & tan. Suitable for GCSE Foundation or Higher.
MadeleineK
I Have... Who Has? Telling Time Game

I Have... Who Has? Telling Time Game

Students love to play this telling time game. We play as a whole class. You cut them apart and give a time card to each student. The student with the start card goes first. Another student has to answer the time question by looking at the clock on their card. The player with the right clock on their card reads their question and another student …
Olynj
GCSE Maths 9-1 Keywords & Exam Tips And Tricks

GCSE Maths 9-1 Keywords & Exam Tips And Tricks

A short outline of the keywords and Exam tips and tricks for the GCSE Maths 9-1 Specimen applicable for all major examination boards (Edexcel/AQA/OCR) The first page features keywords and terminology which is aimed more at Foundation level students but higher students may still find use from, the second page contains tips and tricks to be used in the exam and exam preparation. It also features great youtube channels to maximise your revision time and where to find Edexcel and AQA gcse maths papers. My Set 1 Paper2H can be found (For free) at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/gcse-maths-9-1-practise-paper-2h-11934418?theme=1
alastairj123
Pythagoras

Pythagoras

A powerpoint to support the teaching of Pythagoras for both long and short sides. Includes objectives, examples and student activities.
wrighte
Circumference of a circle

Circumference of a circle

A presentation to support the teaching of circumference of a circle including objectives, examples and differentiated activities.
wrighte
Symmetry and reflections

Symmetry and reflections

A powerpoint presentation to help teach reflection and symmetry including rotational symmetry. It has objectives as well as active tasks for the students.
wrighte
Types of Angles Poster

Types of Angles Poster

Students label and colour the different types of angles in a full rotation. Poster is designed to printed on A4 or A3. Suitable of year 5 - 7. Perfect as part of an introduction to angles lesson. Includes: blank poster and example solution
Redav