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Compound Area with Circles - Problem Solving

Compound Area with Circles - Problem Solving

This is a lesson developing on from area and circumference of circles, allowing students to apply the skills onto more complex shapes and incorporate into a problem solving question. Answers are on slides, as well as some examples and the complex problem at the end has a step by step. This is aimed at upper middle/higher ability students
AcingMaths
What Was The Question? 5

What Was The Question? 5

Four screens each with four questions that have the same answer but the question is missing information; can your class work out what information is missing? This is designed to create discussion (some questions have multiple answers possible) and I intend to use these as starters. Topics include gradient, equations of lines, probability, solving equations, indices and many more.
alutwyche
Maths GCSE 9-1 Higher Non-Calculator Questions

Maths GCSE 9-1 Higher Non-Calculator Questions

Maths GCSE 9-1 Higher Non-Calculator Questions This pack includes one 20 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics. The test is aimed at GCSE 9-1 Higher Level pupils but may also be useful for Year 10. Pupils can take the test, identify areas to work on and complete further work. A full answer key is included and can be used for pupils to self-mark. A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to focus their revision. Encourage pupils to fill in the checklist and complete further questions on the topics they need to work on. The document is 5 pages in total. For my other resources, please go to Maths Shop Keywords: review, mixed questions, diagnostic test, worksheet, non-calculator, senior high, junior high, middle school, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, level 6, level 7, level 8, level 9, higher, UK, mathematics, maths revision, math review.
Elsie99
Cluedo - Shape

Cluedo - Shape

Adapted resource from @danwalker (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/algebra-cluedo-6339269) Revision of Foundation topics based on shape - Perimeter, area, volume, surface area, circles, plans and elevations along with some function skills questions
lj9g08
Trig-Sta 18 - two nets based on  latest World Cup Telstar, with trig reminders as logos

Trig-Sta 18 - two nets based on latest World Cup Telstar, with trig reminders as logos

I was so intrigued by Matt Parker on You Tube (Geometry of Footballs) that I thought I would see if I could model the latest World Cup ball, the Telstar 18 - these are the results. You have a one sheet one piece net and a DeLuxe 6 sheet model. The shoe company’s logo that usually adorns these balls is based on a 30-60-90 RAT and so I thought some revision notes on Pythag and Trig might work. I’ve included some design notes on the shoe company’s logo in the ppt. So far in the Platonic League, cubes ruled until 1970 - when the Telstar a truncated icosahedron held sway until Germany 2006 with a dodecahedron, then South Africa 2010 with an octahedron. But the cubes fought back in Brazil and now Russia. Tetrahedron anyone?
AndrewDade
GCSE revision: Key facts about...

GCSE revision: Key facts about...

I have put together a series of revision help sheets for my year 11 students based on key topics that they needed to work on. These are the blank templates for ones that I have created so far. As and when I make some more, I shall add them. Topics covered: Transformations Gradients, parallel and perpendicular lines Trigonometry and Pythagoras’ match up (definitions and exam questions) Interior and exterior angles and angles in parallel lines
rishna_s
Mathematics - Geometry - Co ordinates - Game = Middle School

Mathematics - Geometry - Co ordinates - Game = Middle School

Mathematics - Geometry - co ordinates game It’s an interesting game to find the co ordinates. In this package, spinners are given. You can print in colour sheets and laminate for future use. Grid sheet is also given to plot the co ordinates Instruction sheet is attached which clearly says how to use this spinner and grid sheet.
TES_KM
Key fact sheet on angles & polygons

Key fact sheet on angles & polygons

Mind map of key facts to do with angles and polygons. Designed as revision for low ability Foundation Year 11 group but could be useful for all years when studying these topics. Some information is given, some information they need to fill in for themselves.
fionajones88
Crack The Safe - Vectors

Crack The Safe - Vectors

The usual activity on these but with vectors this time. Students can check that they are doing the right sort of thing as possible answers are on the sheet. Designed to be a starter/plenary.
alutwyche
Last Minute SATs Maths Revision KS2

Last Minute SATs Maths Revision KS2

Designed and used by a year 6 teacher with a 93% maths SATs score in 2017. A set of resources that have been tried and tested to get that last minute boost. This works perfectly to remind and embed all the concepts needed to do well in the arithmetic and reasoning papers. Please check out my other resources by clicking my name at the top of the page. SATs reading comprehension games Reasoning Paper revision Loads of English SATs based writing
andrewchown
Bundle Year 5 Literacy Planning Autumn Term KS2 Greek Myths & Coins Worksheets KS2

Bundle Year 5 Literacy Planning Autumn Term KS2 Greek Myths & Coins Worksheets KS2

A great bundle. This is a zip file containing Literacy planning for a year 5 class (Autumn term). Plus great worksheets where pupils have to tot up the value of the coins. All answers provided. It consists of 14 short term plans I designed. There is one Literacy lesson per day. You will get 14 Microsoft Word documents. They are based on the Greek myths. I’ve also included for free some extra teaching materials that you can use. I’ve included too 3 medium term plans , one for each term). These cover plans and ideas not just for Literacy, but other subjects as well. I’ve also included an extra week from the next term. Feel free to use it to plug any gaps. This will help you do your own planning. Feel free to cut and paste into your own school’s plans. Ideal for someone who had to do a term’s supply like I had to do. Please bear in mind: every school is different. My plans assume you have the aide of a TA, but this is not essential. There is no differentiation in the planning. Everyone does the same thing to the best of their ability. you may want to add your own detail. These are short term plans remember. I have used walts and wilts. Your school may do something different. A very few number of weeks have a small gaps for things like tests and inset days. Use the extra week one planning for the next term (included for free) if you wish.
auntieannie