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Prime Factors, Indices & HCF

Prime Factors, Indices & HCF

9-1 GCSE Lesson covering finding the prime factorisation of composite numbers, finding properties of numbers from the prime factorisation [is it odd,even, a multiple of ..?], finding the HCF of 2 numbers from the prime factorisations. Examples, questions and answers supplied.
jchowell
Prime Factor Decomposition

Prime Factor Decomposition

Brief presentation to explain Prime Factor Decomposition using factor trees as a method. Final page is a summary if you like students to take notes, or for you to print out and give them.
ingridu
5.NBT.A.2 - Quiz and Answer Guide

5.NBT.A.2 - Quiz and Answer Guide

Assess student understanding of standard 5.NBT.A.2 with this quiz. Students answer five questions that test their ability to explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. This product includes: • 3 multiple choice questions • 2 fill-in-the-blank questions • An accompanying answer guide with correct answers and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire
KS3 Topic Revision Sheets Pack

KS3 Topic Revision Sheets Pack

A set of revision sheets (each including worked examples of exam questions) which can be used in lessons and for pupils to store for revision in the future. Topics covered are area and properties of 2-D shapes, Triangular Numbers, Area and Circumference of a Circle and simplifying and dividing ratios. The sheets are set out in the style of a textbook, but in a much more concise manner, not only reminding pupils of the key points of the topic, but also providing an explanation of the maths behind them. There are strong cross-curricular links with literacy, with pupils encouraged to learn mathematical terminology.
samcurran1
Assessment Screens For years 3 - 6

Assessment Screens For years 3 - 6

Assessment Screens will provide an accurate picture of student knowledge and skills in mathematics. Use to identify students requiring extra support in specific areas to ensure continuing success. The foundations of mathematics need to be very secure for success at the secondary level.
wilkieway
Assessment Screen Year 5 - 6

Assessment Screen Year 5 - 6

This is a paper based, non timed screen to uncover your student's development in their understanding of number. The screen can be carried out with an individual or with the whole class to identify areas of strength or weakness. it covers whole number knowledge (place value). Addition & subtraction (mental, written and estimation). Multiplication & Division ( multiplicative reasoning, written & estimation). Fractions (of shape, set and as a number, equivalence, fractions of) Decimals & fractions decimal percentage conversions. The comprehensive teacher guide identifies the specific areas within each sections to make decisions for future learning opportunities.
wilkieway
KS3 Maths Revision Pack

KS3 Maths Revision Pack

This is a great value, extremely useful resource to help students with KS3 Maths revision. It contains a glossary of all mathematical terms on the syllabus to help students become familiar with terminology and boost literacy skills, a test on the essential skills they will use in KS3 Maths as well as a handy formulae sheet for areas of 2-D shapes and properties of a circle. The pack also includes teaching/revision sheets for pupils on finding the area and circumference of a circle, ratios (simplifying and dividing an amount into given quantities), 2-D shapes (including Polygons), Triangular Numbers (which covers the properties and finding the nth term of the sequence with worked examples of exam questions). The pack concludes with an investigation teachers can use to show pupils the origin of the triangular numbers sequence.
samcurran1
Times Table Related Facts Posters

Times Table Related Facts Posters

Posters for the 2x to the 12x table that takes each fact and highlights how they are commutative as well as showing the inverse operation. Can also be used as mats to help children when multiplying and dividing.
krisgreg30