#### OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Check In Test 9.01 Plane isometric transformations

A 10 question test on Plane isometric transformations, comprising: 5 questions on procedural calculations; 3 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 2 problem solving questions. At the end of the test there is an extension activity which will allow more able students to stretch themselves. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a topic assessment, starter or plenary activity or for homework or revision. Topics include: Reflection: reflect a simple shape in a given mirror line, and identify the mirror line from a shape and its image. Rotation: rotate a simple shape clockwise or anti-clockwise through a multiple of 90° about a given centre of rotation. Translation: use a column vector to describe a translation of a simple shape, and perform a specified translation. Reflection: Identify a mirror line , or from a simple shape and its image under reflection. Rotation: Identify the centre, angle and sense of a rotation from a simple shape and its image under rotation. Combinations of transformations: Perform a sequence of isometric transformations (reflections, rotations or translations), on a simple shape. Describe the resulting transformation and the changes and invariance achieved. Visit http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/by-subject/mathematics/ for more resource ideas.

#### OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Check In Test 9.01 Plane isometric transformations

A 10 question test on Plane isometric transformations, comprising: 5 questions on procedural calculations; 3 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 2 problem solving questions. At the end of the test there is an extension activity which will allow more able students to stretch themselves. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a topic assessment, starter or plenary activity or for homework or revision. Topics include: Reflection: reflect a simple shape in a given mirror line, and identify the mirror line from a shape and its image. Rotation: rotate a simple shape clockwise or anti-clockwise through a multiple of 90° about a given centre of rotation. Translation: use a column vector to describe a translation of a simple shape, and perform a specified translation. Reflection: Identify a mirror line , or from a simple shape and its image under reflection. Rotation: Identify the centre, angle and sense of a rotation from a simple shape and its image under rotation. Visit http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/by-subject/mathematics/ for more resource ideas.

#### Fully resourced lesson on geometric patterns is Islamic Art

Most suitable for key stage 3. Looks at geometry in Islamic Art. Students then create their designs using either compasses (higher groups) or isometric/square grids (may be better with lower groups). Probably good for end of module/term lesson Resources in the lesson gathered from all over the place, but thought it would be useful to have in one place as a single lesson.

#### Congruent Triangles

Congruent Triangles 1.Explanation sheets for Describing the Congruence of TWO or** MORE TRIANGLES**. 2.Differentiated worksheet with answer sheet . I have included two activities. One I would use for lower ability pupils that need to see that by rotating, sliding or flipping a triangle to overlap another shows congruence. The other describes the rules. Each activity has the same assessment of learning activities but these could be used individually as their are two should you wish to use both activities on different days. 3.Plenary Mix and Match Game forDescribing the Congruence of TWO or** MORE TRIANGLES** based on the activity.Game suitable for Starter/Plenary/Revision/Link activity Describing the Congruence of TWO or** MORE TRIANGLES**… I hope that it works for you. I would go through the materials first and have an idea of how you will present it. You will need data projector and laptop.

#### Harry and Meghan Royal Wedding Teaching Resources Pack

A collection of themed resources and activities to celebrate the Harry - Meghan royal wedding. The set includes: 1 x whole school assembly 1 x fun quiz, ideal for use in class 1 x lesson on formal and informal language 1 x maths activity Union Jack symmetry for upper key stages 1 x printable Union flag bunting to colour in, for lower key stages. I hope you enjoy using these activities. I would be grateful if you could leave a review. 50% of the author proceeds from all royal wedding resources sales will be donated to our partner school in Sierra Leone.

#### Triangle properties revision activity

An always, sometimes, never activity looking at various properties of triangles (angles, sides, perimeter, area, symmetry and a few more). Includes a wonderfully sneaky (but potentially confusing!) example of triangle area sometimes being the product of the lengths of all three sides. A good way of stimulating discussion, revising a range of topics and exposing misconceptions. Please review and give feedback, whether you like the activity or whether you don’t!

#### Maths: Lexicology Across the Curriculum - Bingo.

There are eight different bingo cards in this resource. I do not call out the affixes (prefixes and suffixes), I elicit the name of the affix through a series of concept questions. This is a great resource to improve knowledge and understanding of prefixes and suffixes which will ultimately develop a Mathematical Lexicon. Bingo as a ten minute starter creates a fantastic learning environment. For more resources visit my website www.lexicologyforreading.co.uk

#### Transformations- Translation

A cutting and sticking activity for translating 2D shapes on a pair of axis.

#### Crack The Safe - Symmetry and Transformation

Six “Crack The Safe” activities where there are more possible answers than questions thus avoiding students guessing or answering by process of elimination. These are designed to be starters or plenaries but obviously the choices is yours. There is a symmetry (both reflective and rotational) activity, plus one each on reflection, rotation, translation and enlargement before a final sheet on mixed transformations (not including enlargement however as this proved problematic in the format!).

#### Reflection Symmetry

A basic worksheet in finding the order of reflection. Ideal for KS2-KS4

#### Miscellaneous 5

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#### Miscellaneous 4

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#### Miscellaneous 2

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#### Math Revision IGCSE worksheets covering main topics

Help your students with this Bundle. This bundle has more than 20 worksheets with revision practice for the students to prepare for the exams.

#### ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY GCSE FOUNDATION

An introduction to rotational symmetry: a topic for some reason all lower ability students accept and then forget! The fully animated powerpoint shows the tracing of a shape and spinning it around 1 full revolution. Other examples are then shown. The fully differentiated resource goes from 1 star (multi choice) to 3 star (demanding complete the shape so that it has rotational symmetry type questions). All tasks can be printed and written on, although you may have to adjust the dimensions of the sheet so that it prints near perfect square grids (this will affect the quarter turns). Answers are not given

#### Maths - Symmetry Introduction - SEN: MLD, SLD, ASD - 3 Lessons, 1 Homework - Need Numicon

Maths - Symmetry Introduction (With Art and IT) SEN: MLD, SLD, ASD *3 Lessons, 1 Homework * Three engaging maths lessons for a special educational needs class with MLD, SLD, ASD. You will need Numicon to complete lessons 1 &amp; 2 so please ensure that you have these resources before downloading.

#### Stright Line Graphs Problem with Trigonometry, Surds and Angles

The straight lines problem that combines trigonometry, surds and straight lines.

#### Year 6 - shape and data handling resources

A whole bundle of resources to support with space shape and measure unit as well as data handling with Year 6.

#### Mathonym generator

Mathonyms are a great way of ‘writing your name in maths’. Here is a link to the mathonym generator that I developed along with one of my students who wrote the code. It is offered FREE! We launched the App on Pi day at our annual celebrations. If you enjoy them and wish to add a letter to our database, please e mail me at

#### Transformation Review

A scaffolded resource built to be used at the beginning or end of a Transformation unit of work. Includes drawing and describing the four transformations (Translation, Rotation, Reflection and Enlargement) in addition to questions that include a combination of transformations.

#### Geometry: Levelled Picture Map (Levels 1 to 6)

This is a lovely display for Geometry to help students to understand what progress looks like in the subject. Feel free to change the colours and do send it back to me if you make any improvements. Files are fine even though preview makes it look strange. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.

#### Rugby symmetry (reflection)

Two rugby crests cut in half for students to reflect as if they were symmetrical. Actual crests are shown below for comparison

#### 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!

#### Triangles Pack

An essential triangle resource. Including scalene, equilateral and isosceles triangles. Plus a triangle investigation, properties and two mastery questions.

#### P.I.P Lines

P.I.P Lines! Or Parallel, Intersecting and Perpendicular! A vocabulary matching activity, plus two grand mastery challenge activities!

#### Using Equipment and Scale Drawing Low Ability

A sheet to practice using equipment and making scale drawings, with 3 tasks. Used for a year 8 nurture group.

#### Complete transformations of shapes (translation, reflection, rotation and enlargement)

Over the years I have built up a rather hefty transformations notebook file. I believe this includes everything that needs to be included to be able to teach everything on transformations of shapes (including stretching the most able as well as scaffolding for lower ability). It includes activities which can be taken off and used as a worksheet (some answers included) as well as quizzes (with answers as well). This is my go to for any year group throughout KS3 and KS4 when teaching transformations as i can pick out the best bits. I hope this is useful for your too. Enjoy! After the transformations there are some slides on congruent triangles, similarity and symmetry as this can lead on nicely after transformations.

#### Transformations Matching Card Sort

Students first group the cards in to the four types of transformations. This will promote discussion of how to spot each type. Then students match each card to a description. Many of the descriptions are similar, promoting discussion of common misconceptions. There is also one extra description of each type of transformation. This is to stop students from not checking the last of each transformation, but also allows students to draw each type of transformation. This activity would be an ideal way to lead in to 'Describing Transformations' after covering 'Drawing Transformations'.

This resource contains a worksheet which assesses children's understanding of plotting co-ordinates in 4 quadrants. There are three separate questions with a handy answer sheet also provided. Check out my other Maths, Art, PE and Drama, English &amp; History resources on this site. This is a tried and tested resource. Kind regards Rich

#### Rotation 90 180 270 degrees, first lesson for weaker students.

Designed as a first lesson on rotating shapes. I used Mrbartonmaths's powerpoint as a start for the demonstration, but needed some thoughts of turning 90, 180 and 270 degrees. Plus clockwise and anti clockwise. The worksheets were also found on TES, but I do not remember the author, Sorry.

#### Shape KS2

2D shapes and 3D shapes / objects puzzle worksheets: 2D shape names, angles in a triangle, properties of quadrilaterals, names and properties of 3D objects. Ideal for KS2 (especially Years 5 and 6 - Y5 / Y6) and early KS3 (and equivalents). These fun no prep printables make ideal activities for starters, revision, early finishers and homework. PDF format. Puzzles 1 to 4 focus on polygons such as triangles (scalene, equilateral, isosceles, right-angled), squares, rectangles, rhombuses, parallelograms, kites, trapeziums, pentagons, hexagons, heptagons, octagons. Puzzle 5 focuses on 3D shapes / objects such as pyramids, cones, spheres, cylinders, cubes and cuboids. A US version is included with the word ‘trapezium’ replaced with ‘trapezoid’. An engaging alternative to standard worksheets, they can be completed individually or in pairs / groups. They are similar to codebreaker puzzles, with a maths-related word to be revealed after the Shape work has been completed. Each puzzle contains a grid. Pupils circle any boxes containing errors, then put together the letters from these boxes to reveal the hidden word. Pupils often forget or avoid checking their own work for errors so it’s great to get them carefully checking in these puzzles. Spotting common errors may help them remember to check their own work and help them avoid common errors themselves. The range of puzzles in this resource is ideal for differentiation and / or to cater for a range of groups and classes across Key Stage 2 (KS2) and some early KS3. Hopefully they'll be helpful for your teaching over many years. A Mega Bundle of 12 of my hidden word puzzle packs, including this one, is available for a huge saving, while the same puzzle packs are also available in some smaller bundles: Maths Hidden Word Puzzles MEGA BUNDLE Maths Hidden Word Puzzles BUNDLE 1 Maths Hidden Word Puzzles BUNDLE 2 Maths Hidden Word Puzzles BUNDLE 3 Please visit FullShelf Resources for engaging, time-saving printables, activities and presentations to plan Primary Literacy / English, Maths / Numeracy and French lessons.

#### Maths A level revision questions

This bundle includes question/answer files aimed at revising the topics from A level maths, and especially the Core 3 and Core 4 topics.

#### FSMQ revision questions

This bundle includes revision files for the FSMQ exam.

This is a collection of four different Christmas tasks. These include a curve stitching activity to create a star using number bonds to 10, finding different ways to make the target numbers of 100 and 1000 to reach the top of the Christmas tree , colouring snowflake patterns with different orders of rotation and completing snowflake patterns using lines of symmetry. Answers are also included.

#### Junior Geometry - Topics 1-10

Bringing together the 1st 10 of 20 Topics in the GetMathsFit Junior Geometry series. This is over 350 pages of worked exemplar, explanation, definition of meaning & concept, exercises and model solutions. The teaching is logical, sequential and thorough without the need to refer elsewhere. From an introduction to points, lines and angles students explore and learn further characteristics, physical skills and reasoning with plane figures, symmetry, parallel lines, Pythagoras, similarity, congruence and finally proofs and problem solving with angles and parallel lines. Use for in-class introductions, group work, plenaries and differentiation as well as a home self study, revision and reference resource.

#### Shapes & Symmetry (Topic 3): An introduction.

Topic 3 of 20 in the Junior Geometry series provides an accessible and task rich introduction to shape &amp; symmetry. From identifying solid shapes in common objects, naming common geometric shapes (both regular &amp; irregular) to lots of activities for a student to make shapes before a exploring symmetry (reflective &amp; rotational). A succinct stand alone unit of work that is ideal fro preparatory work, at-home study and in-class resource. As with all GetMathsFit topics there are plenty of worked examples for students to explore before attempting a myriad of exercises and their associated solutions.

#### Symmetry and Periodicity - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. This product includes: • 10 links to instructional videos or texts • 2 links to practice quizzes or activities • Definitions of key terms, such as even symmetry and periodic • Visual examples of function symmetry • Exercises that allow students to practice using the unit circle to explain odd and even symmetry in trigonometric functions • An accompanying Teaching Notes file The Teaching Notes file includes: • A review of key terminology • Links to video tutorials for students struggling with certain parts of the standard, such as having difficulty relating the sign of a trigonometric function to quadrant using unit circles • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities

#### OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Section Check In Test 8 Basic geometry

&quot;A 20 question test on 'Basic geometry' in Foundation GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first two columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 8.01 - Conventions, notation and terms: 2D and 3D shapes; Angles; Polygons; Polyhedra and other solids; Diagrams; Geometrical instruments; x- and y- coordinates 8.02 - Ruler and compass constructions: Perpendicular bisector; Angle bisector; Perpendicular from a point to a line; Loci 8.03 - Angles: Angles at a point; Angles on a line; Angles between intersecting and parallel lines; Angles in polygons 8.04 - Properties of polygons: Properties of a triangle; Properties of quadrilaterals; Symmetry 8.05 - Circles: Circle nomenclature 8.06 - Three-dimensional shapes: 3-dimensional solids; Plans and elevations Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/.&quot;

#### Rotational Symmetry Demonstration PowerPoint

A powerpoint I made to demonstrate finding the order of rotational symmetry.