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Geometry: Circle Theorems 2 - Rules 5 -8 (+ lots of resources)

Geometry: Circle Theorems 2 - Rules 5 -8 (+ lots of resources)

This is a whole lesson looking at the second 4 rules of circle theorems. 27 slides. It has lots of little activities throughout for the pupils to engage with the different rules. It comes with a handout, which put the rules into 8. I know they could be put into less or more, however, I have found that 8 works the best. There is also a completed handout also attached with the rules filled in. The lesson has a starter, learning objectives, a lot of excellent teaching slides, MWB activites, a worksheet with ANSWERS, and plenary. NOTE: Feel free to visit my shop where you will find more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.
ajf43
Measures

Measures

An excellent packed resource with outstanding lesson plans (6 lessons for £6). Fully detailed, creative lesson plans where students will enjoy their lessons.
Edustem1
Shapes

Shapes

Topics related to shapes with full lesson plans, resources and creative lessons on Angles in Polygons, Area of triangle and compound shapes and angles.
Edustem1
9-1 Maths  Gradient and Equation of Line plus AO2 Questions Grades 7-9

9-1 Maths Gradient and Equation of Line plus AO2 Questions Grades 7-9

Concepts Covered 1. Find Gradient 2. Find Equation of Line 3. Find Mid-point of a Line 4. Find the Distance between two points 5. Links with Perpendicular Gradient and 6. Finding Equation of a Tangent line to a Circle 7. Finding Acceleration from Tangents on VELOCITY-Time graphs 8. Finding a line rule using contextual real variables. 1. Editable Word Format 2. PDF Format 3. Answers 1 and 2 in PDF format
Kazmo1429
Treasure Hunts- the measures and time pack

Treasure Hunts- the measures and time pack

21 treasure hunts all in one place 3 of each for money conversions, converting lengths, converting capacity, converting mass, currency conversions, time problems and 6 converting metric units and imperial (cm to inches and pounds to kilograms) all printed on A4 portrait, easy to adapt. Bright colours easy to read. hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
Treasure Hunt- converting cm to inches

Treasure Hunt- converting cm to inches

3 treasure hunt activities all on converting cm to inches. Ideal for use at the same time with pupils on different hunts. Printed on Yellow so easy to read, A4 portrait easily adaptable. Hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
Treasure Hunt- converting units of length

Treasure Hunt- converting units of length

3 treasure hunt activities all on converting units of length. Ideal for use at the same time with pupils on different hunts. Printed on Yellow so easy to read, A4 portrait easily adaptable. Hope you enjoy please leave feedback
commuter
A Thanksgiving Inquiry Based Math Project Measure, Fractions & Data

A Thanksgiving Inquiry Based Math Project Measure, Fractions & Data

Inquiry based math offers collaborative learning and hands on inquiry requiring the children to solve problems, think critically and apply their knowledge of measure and scale, area, fractions, ratio tables and word problems with the four operations as they explore the journey made by the Pilgrims on board the Mayflower ship. Text is included with data that the children will have to identify in order to solve the problems. They will plan the journey across the Atlantic with measure and scale, they will be required to calculate the amount of food and water rations. Research will be necessary as the children have to know parts of the ship, countries , continents and oceans. Once the Pilgrims reach America, the students will design the village and plan the amount of food necessary to cater for the first Thanksgiving Feast. It culminates in a class presentation of the facts found and reasoning as to their plan and design of their team’s route , their designed village and their ideas for the feast. Comparing and contrasting each group’s work, helps with critical thinking too and communication skills. Wholly differentiated, ( Task B cards are less challenging) you can use it as a summative assessment tool of the skills and standards included. It can be created as a booklet or in a binder., with a front cover included, being used as a goal setting pre assessment for the children. Mix and match the pages to suit your students’ needs. I prefer to have the children work on the pages individually before they compare their designs and work together as a small group to collaboratively create the map, their group plan of the village and planning the Thanksgiving Feast. This inquiry based math packet is easy to print and go, perfect for Thanksgiving or all year round. I designed it for my IB PYP 5th grade class. It can be used 4th – 6th grade too. You will find the following skills and standards ideally suited for the IB PYP Phase 4 and CCSS Math for 4th and 5th grade: •Number sense and base ten operations •Fractions: adding, subtracting and simplifying •Measure: using measuring tools , area and scale •Geometry: identifying polygons and angles •Data analysis Make math fun, engaging an authentic! You can find many more inquiry based learning tools in my store and on my blog. Enjoy! Susan Powers www.PYPteachingtools.com
susanpowers09
Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: Standard Units of Measure (AQA G14)

Four in a Row Interactive Quiz Game: Standard Units of Measure (AQA G14)

Four in a Row is a game for your whiteboard. Nothing needs to be printed or prepared to play this game. The game-play is somewhere between noughts and crosses and blockbusters. Two teams alternate, competing to correctly answer questions on the grid. The board is interactive - clicking tiles changes the colours and also reveals answers. An exemplar FREE Four in a Row game on Radioactivity is available to try before you buy so you can see the format of the quiz. The level of challenge is aimed at foundation ability level GCSE students. Typical questions are; 0.077m = 7.7cm, 4 hours = 240 minutes, 36m² square = 6m x 6m
bennyjohn5