Eulerian Networks

Eulerian Networks

This is a lesson intended to introduce pupils to Eulerian Networks. The lesson was initially delivered as part of an Year 7 ‘Welcome Week’ at the school. During the week there was a focus of Community and how Mathematics can be applied outside of the classroom. Although delivered to Year 7 classes, the mathematics can still be used higher in the school and beyond. It may also be an interesting activity to use with classes at the end of term as a ‘one-off’ lesson.
bfielding1
Isometric Alphabet

Isometric Alphabet

Each capital letter of the alphabet has been drawn on isometric paper. Students can use it to help them write their name or initials on isometric paper.
kirbybill
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
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
Year 7 Maths Bundle

Year 7 Maths Bundle

This pack contains all year 7 programme of study directly mapped to the British National Curriculum and is designed for learners in year 7, key stage 3 (US 6th grade) Lesson can be used as whole class teaching by teachers and at home by learners. Lots of drag and drop activity with instant feedback. To access online choose the multiscreen.html file. To access offline choose the swf file. Contains 16 lessons
skoolmaths
The Mondrian Squares Puzzle

The Mondrian Squares Puzzle

Puzzle-based learning? No worries - use this activity that promotes problem-solving skills in maths! This puzzle is inspired by artist Piet Mondrian. The challenge is to divide a square in a way that will create the smallest possible difference between the area of the largest and the smallest rectangle. The rules are: The square must be entirely covered by unique rectangles. All rectangle edge lengths must be whole numbers. ⓘ To see the video about this challenge go to: link ⓘ For more ideas, visit @theeducatorslist or my list of my topics
krzciuk_a
Compound Perimeter and Area

Compound Perimeter and Area

This resources is designed as revision and practice for GCSE maths students. It is appropriate for foundation level. It includes examples and answers for practice.
lf299
Pyramids

Pyramids

A range of resources on the theme of pyramids, but touching on topics including the definition of a pyramid and consideration of their properties, representations (3D sketches, nets, pan views) and volume. Probably a couple of lessons worth of activities. Activities included: Prompts to consider a definition of a pyramid, and a closer look at the definitions of base, apex and height. Introductory slides and a worksheet on different representations of pyramids, plus a link to a geogebra file to look at pyramids dynamically. A venn diagram activity for pupils to consolidate their understanding of the above. A link to a video of someone using three pyramids of water to fill a cuboid (ie to demonstrate the volume rule) A nicely animated related question to calculate volume of a pyramid. A physical ‘puzzle’ where pupils cut out 3 nets of identical pyramids, fold and glue them to create 3D pyramids, then try to arrange them to make a single cuboid, thus demonstrating the volume rule. A mini-investigation into step pyramids, that ultimately shows something similar to the physical puzzle above, but in a much more abstract way, and could even be used with a further maths class to look at summations! Some images of regular and irregular pyramids, to get pupils discussing the measurements they would need in order to calculate volume, followed by a prompt for pupils to create their own examples of pyramids with a given volume. A few examples of pyramids in architecture to finish. Please review if you buy as any feedback is appreciated!
danwalker
Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes consolidation

Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes consolidation

Differentiated questions on area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms and compound shapes. Also some examples of trapeziums though approached as a compound shape. This includes questions on the following: Area and perimeter of rectangles Area and perimeter of triangles Area and perimeter of compound shapes Finding missing sides given area or perimeter of rectangles and triangles Finding missing sides and then area and perimeter of compound shapes Area and perimeter of parallelograms Finding missing lengths of parallelograms and non-right angle triangles Area and perimeter of worded questions Quantity/Cost area and perimeter worded questions Area of trapeziums Area and perimeter of compound shapes including use of negative space and internal perimeters Problem solving and reasoning questions. Some questions from other sources so all rights to their creators
tree1568
Primary & Junior Geometry Activities

Primary & Junior Geometry Activities

10 different FUN & ENGAGING geometry activities! Focussing on 2-D and 3-D shapes, symmetry, characteristics of shapes, and creative worksheets for students! Can easily be used for extra practice, early finishers, and added components to your lessons!
VanessaHM11
2017 everything bundle

2017 everything bundle

This bundle contains everything made available during 2017 with the exception of the marking stickers (simply due to them being the least useful and the limit placed on the number of items I can put into a bundle).
MrsSBunny
GCSE 9-1 HIGHER Area and perimeter problem solving

GCSE 9-1 HIGHER Area and perimeter problem solving

This is a whole lesson based on shapes skills higher pupils should already have and linking them to problem solving questions similar to that asked of the new spec GCSE questions. Includes clear walked through examples and then lots of practice, all with answers. Pupils responded really well and engaged with the problems. Please Review :)
steffi2018
Functional Skills Maths Scale Plan  practice booklet 17 pages including answers

Functional Skills Maths Scale Plan practice booklet 17 pages including answers

This is a practice booklet for scale drawing focuses on interpreting scale plans as required for the functional skills maths exam. It is lots of different resources put together to give a handy booklet with a good variety of practice. Please see my shop let’sgetfunctional for loads of functional skills and GCSE maths resources. I have a whole course available with all the resources needed including my revision guides. If you leave me a review and contact me on facebook: letsgetfunctionalskillsmaths then I will send you any of my other resources (£3 or less) for free. Thanks for looking
jonesk5
Maths in Flags

Maths in Flags

Use flags (World cup Football, Olympic games) to create fun colourful interesting lessons. Use video to get students talking about their work (AfL) Flags have shapes, symmetry, angles, lines, area, fractions and more They also have cross curricular links with different countries and histories. Make a quiz!
mmc3
Maths in World Cup football

Maths in World Cup football

Use the Football World Cup in Russia to engage students by making bar charts, pie charts, tally charts etc from the football statistics. Do a live draw (probability) Play top trumps (number values) Draw the geometry of the pitch (rectangles, circles, diamond formations!) Students get to create diagrams, run surveys and calculate statistics and present data on a topic that is topical and exciting!
mmc3
Nets of 3D Solids (KS3)

Nets of 3D Solids (KS3)

Whole lesson for nets of 3D solids. Includes presentation, lesson plan and activity. Get learners to walk around and identify the 8 different nets of the 3D shapes. Also includes Kagan Activities, making solids from nets activity and individual work based on properties of 3D solids.
jasper_1895palae
Exact Trig Value Calculations

Exact Trig Value Calculations

A series of questions where pupils have to substitute exact trig values in to expressions in order to simplify them. Very similar to the types of questions that have been coming up at the end of the non calculator exam. Students use their answers to fill in a search and shade mosaic to complete a picture. Solutions provided.
shelmo22
Volume Investigation

Volume Investigation

A practical volume investigation for KS2/KS3 pupils This lesson was used for an observation after the children had spent a week learning about volume. The children construct boxes and investigate volume by cutting different sized squares from the corner of a grid to find out which dimensions give the greatest volume. Lots of opportunity for discussion and reasoning. I delivered this lesson the day before Eid so linked it to party boxes, but it could be easily adapted! Differentiated 5 ways and includes IWB flipchart, activity sheets and worksheets.
aliceeliza
Congruent Shapes KS2/KS3

Congruent Shapes KS2/KS3

Lesson for identifying congruent shapes and learning the meaning of congruence. Aimed at lower ability groups or KS2. Conditions for Congruence sheets used as memory tasks in groups of 4. 1 of the team comes up for each different sheet and has 30 seconds to remember the information and take it back to their team.
jasper_1895palae
Perimeter And Area In The School Yard

Perimeter And Area In The School Yard

During this lesson students investigate, estimate, identify and classify shapes in the outdoors. They explore how formulas can be used to calculate area and perimeter and make use of them to calculate these measurements for shapes they have observed. This lesson is designed to be taught outside. By spending time outdoors and connecting to nature, students are more likely to care for and conserve nature as adults.
TheTeachersFriend
Interior Angles KS3

Interior Angles KS3

Calculating inerior angles presentation for KS3. First by splitting the shape into triangles, Then by deriving the formula from the use of triangles, Then simply using the formula.
jasper_1895palae
Exterior Angles KS3

Exterior Angles KS3

Presentation, measuring task and match up task for calculating and measuring exterior angles of polygons. Links in to interior angles. KS3
jasper_1895palae
Transformations

Transformations

A powerpoint on all four transformations - Translations, reflections, rotations and enlargements. Suitable for years 8-11 preparing for the GCSE Maths exams. There are questions to test knowledge as well as step by step guides on how to do each transformation. Leave a good review for more good quality resources. Suitable for a 60 minute lesson. Enjoy :)
geo1239
2D Shapes - Explore round shapes

2D Shapes - Explore round shapes

**Who it’s for? ** Pupils in key stge 2 and 3 What’s included and why it’s useful? Circles, semicircles, ovals, diameter and coordinates. Learning objectives Explore properties of round shapes. Reasoning with areas Locate shapes using coordinates Explore the diameter and the length of round shapes placed end to end. Practical tips on how to use your resource. Use this worksheet in class, set homework or use it as an extension/SEN.
Areach
Huge Bank of KS3 Shape Starters

Huge Bank of KS3 Shape Starters

A set of 11 lesson starters I’ve compiled which I have used in lessons on Shape topics with my KS3 Maths students. Topics covered are: 2-D and 3-D Shapes, Perimeter, Angles, Nets of 3-D Shapes, Units of Measurement and Plans/Elevations. As well as being useful for lesson starters, these resources are also useful to check pupils’ prior understanding of a topic and as plenary activities.
jcoulter62