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Tessellations

Tessellations

Discovering and making tessellations for KS3 or end of term resources. I would suggest using tessellation tiles as a hands on activity if you have them in your school! Feedback always greatly appreciated!

By luna123

GCSE Revision and Catchphrase activities

GCSE Revision and Catchphrase activities

This bundle includes my best 10 resources. Included is my Foundation Starter question powerpoint slides (including over 250 questions!) testing a wide variety of topics for pupils between Grade 1 to Grade 5 styled for the new 1-9 GCSE AQA exam. There are revision resources (tried and tested) on my June 2017 class covering the topics of Algebra, Bisectors and Loci, and Transformations. Finally, there are six specific topics that include powerpoint presentations and questions. Each contains at least one superb catchphrase activity - these allow pupils to answer questions and reveal parts of a picture. These really do keep pupils engaged through to the end of the lesson! Fantastic bundle saving you over 25% of the combined price. Thanks for looking! Mr Cullen

By pncullen1984

Geometry Bundle

Geometry Bundle

Includes a variety of geometry resources, from angles and loci to vectors and trigonometry. Please see each individual resource for more information

By Brabanski

NEW! Combination of transformations

NEW! Combination of transformations

Complete lesson on combining transformations. Includes: > Starter - run the powerpoint and it will animate all 4 transformations at once! Discuss with students which transformation each one is showing and congruence. > 2 full examples on combination of transformations. Students have a worksheet to follow along with. Just click through the slides and each step of working will appear on the board. When it comes to the rotation, you can grab and rotate the tracing paper to show students how to do this. Also goes through identifying the overall transformation as a stretch activity. > I added in a worksheet I found on TES on combined transformations as the main activity of the lesson. > Mini review question on combined transformations. I get the students to complete it then I collect them in and give them feedback for them to stick into their books.

By mizz_happy

NEW! Identify a transformation

NEW! Identify a transformation

Complete lesson on identifying a transformation. Includes: > Key points to read in an exam question (single and marks available) > 4 full examples of each of the transformations. Just click through the slides and the full working out and solutions appear. On the rotation question you can click the tracing paper and rotate to test where the centre of rotation is. > Worksheet on identifying transformations with selection of exam questions as an extension task.

By mizz_happy

NEW! Rotate a shape around a centre

NEW! Rotate a shape around a centre

Complete lesson on rotating a shape around a centre. Includes: > Starter - describe the transformation (reflection) > Key information needed to rotate a shape. > 2 full examples on rotating a shape about a centre. Students have a matching worksheet so they can follow along at the same time. Click through the slides and instructions will appear. Interactive turing of the tracing paper - click and rotate it to show the students. > I added in a common rotation jigsaw that are readily available on TES as an activity. > Full example on describing the single transformation for rotation. Click through the slides and instructions will appear. Interactive turing of the tracing paper - click and rotate it to show the students how to test if the centre is correct. > Extension sheet on finding the centre and degrees of rotation. Full solution provided. > Plenary - combined reflect and rotate question and identify the transformation. Sheet for students to complete on included and full solutions on smart board file.

By mizz_happy

transformations activity

transformations activity

Use reflections, rotations and translations to create an answer to the puzzle. Also, check out my book, 'Calculation Codes', by Mathstraks Books, for some fun code-cracking activities.

By higgin

NEW! Rotate a shape around the origin

NEW! Rotate a shape around the origin

Complete lesson on rotating a shape around the origin. Includes: > Starter - what do these images have in common? > Match up clockwise and anticlockwise and 90, 180, 270, 360 degrees. Solutions on next slide. > 2 full examples on rotating a shape about the origin. Students have a matching worksheet so they can follow along at the same time. Click through the slides and instructions will appear. Interactive turing of the tracing paper - click and rotate it to show the students. > Worksheet for students to complete. I added in a common rotation jigsaw that are readily available on TES as an extension activity. >Mini review question on rotating a shape around the origin as AfL > Plenary - self evaluate how well you understand rotations.

By mizz_happy

NEW! Reflecting a shape in a line

NEW! Reflecting a shape in a line

Complete lesson on reflecting shapes in a line (x axis, y axis, lines parallel to the axes and y=x y=-x) Includes: > Starter - what do all of these shapes have in common? > Examples on reflecting a shape in a given line > Questions on worksheet > Answers included > Same (examples, questions, answers) for y axis and x axis, lines parallel to the axes and y=x and y=-x) > Mini review question on reflecting shapes in lines

By mizz_happy