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What could the question be? (exam style questions)

What could the question be? (exam style questions)

A selection of powerpoints with exam questions with the question part removed to generate discussion and to aid revision of several mathematical topics. The actual exam question is provided on the next slide, but don’t feel that you have to show that to students as the idea is to see what they can come up with and carry that through. These questions would appear on the foundation GCSE Maths paper but would also be very suitable for younger year groups. Question topics include: labeling circles grouped data ( - this could also be used with a higher tier group covering cumulative frequency and histograms) Points on an axis - could be used for midpoint or length of line using Pythagoras’ theorem or even the equation of the line that passes through both points Types of number and several more There are 14 seperate topics in total
sian-ceri
Maths Revision Sat KS2 Year6

Maths Revision Sat KS2 Year6

This Maths revision resource is designed to prepare children in the run up to the National Curriculum SATs tests before school assessments. The packs includes 5 days worth of 25 questions that target key areas of the Mathematics curriculum. Each day is designed to last ten minutes and comprises both arithmetic and reasoning problems. Equally, it would be useful for booster sessions when there is limited time in the run up to the national tests.
NextWeekSorted
Construction and 3D Shape

Construction and 3D Shape

In this presentation you will find the following Learning Objectives: Draw triangles and quadrilateral using a ruler and protractor. Use and construct a scale drawing. Know various 3D shapes and their names. Count vertices, faces and ages of a 3D Shape. Use isometric paper to draw 3D shapes. Find the surface area using nets. Must of the lessons have a practice that can be printed for your students. I hope you find this lesson useful.
mariocaas
Maths Questions to challenge

Maths Questions to challenge

A selection of maths questions to challenge upper KS2 and KS3 pupils. They cover word problems looking at car millage and cost. Venn diagram, decimals to fractions with a defined number to use, Volumes in a cube, making an equation work for you and simultaneous equations to solve a puzzle grid.
colin959
Angles in quadrilaterals worksheet

Angles in quadrilaterals worksheet

This worksheet focuses on using the sum of angles in a quadrilateral to find missing angles. It assumes that students are already familiar with angles in triangles, on a straight line, vertically opposite angles, and angles in parallel lines. The first section covers different types of quadrilaterals and their properties. There is a short exercise where students practise choosing the correct type(s) of quadrilateral based on the information given. The second section begins with the result for the sum of angles in a quadrilateral. There are then some examples of finding angles - these are to be completed with your class. The exercise that follows is for students to attempt themselves. Answers to both exercises are included.
langy74
Circle Theorems Revision Exercise #11

Circle Theorems Revision Exercise #11

Recap activity #11 with the Circle Theorems on one page. (Prompted by original pile-up ideas from others on Pythagoras, Trigonometry - and Circle Theorems.) This puzzle is the last in a series of eleven consolidation exercises/angle chases on the topic of Circle Theorems. All of the Circle Theorems are present with “two radii and a chord make an isosceles triangle” and “a radius that is perpendicular to a chord divides the chord into two equal parts” in there too.
keyboardmonkey
KS2 SATs Maths Reasoning Practice Paper 2 (STA-style formatting)

KS2 SATs Maths Reasoning Practice Paper 2 (STA-style formatting)

Something to help your class / school / child to practise for the KS2 (Key Stage Two) SATs for mathematics, especially reasoning - can be used alongside a 2017 Gaps Analysis spreadsheet as questions follow the 2017 Paper precisely. The paper is also formatted similarly to the STA’s formatting to allow children to become familiar and confident in approaching assessment / testing.
abelarden
Geometry Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson Maths Shape Measure

Geometry Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson Maths Shape Measure

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet on the theme of ‘Geometry’. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Perimeter Pirate Sheet

Perimeter Pirate Sheet

This is a worksheet in which the children have a set of questions based around perimeter. They must use the image of the pirate and the measurements given to answer the questions. These worksheet has been previously used with a Year 4 class, although it could easily be adapted to suit other ages and abilities. The questions in the sheet require the children to use their knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication, converting units of measurements, knowledge and properties of shape, problem solving and reasoning.
alicepoole1
PSHE and Life Skills - Money

PSHE and Life Skills - Money

**A set of resources linked to money and life skills. ** The pack contains the following: A worksheet on deals that children may see in shops - the children must decide if the deals are good or bad deals A powerpoint linking to good and bad deals A worksheet where the children must estimate how much every day items cost A powerpoint linking to estimating the cost of items and showing the children how much things actually cost An activity where the children must match the money/finance word to the definition The pack is useful for introducing real life spending and money to children. This could be done through a life skills or PSHE lesson.
alicepoole1