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Review Sheets

Review Sheets

A set of 7 double page revision sheets with solutions. Designed for Year 8 (Stage 4) covering a range of outcomes in number, algebra, geometry and measurement. Could be worked on in class or given as homework. Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA4-1WM, MA4-2WM, MA4-4NA, MA4-5NA, MA4-8NA and MA4-12MG If you like my work, please write a review to help others, and check out my shop for more useful activities.

By Maths2Measure

Assessments

Assessments

A collection of all the assessments that I have put together.

By Mr_Fant

Adding Fractions

Adding Fractions

This is an interactive worksheet generator that uses RAG differentiation and updates to create new questions. The different levels of differentiation are through completing worked examples before attempting the question.

By Mr_Fant

FDPR Assessment

FDPR Assessment

This can be used as an end of Topic assessment for Fractions, Decimals, Percentages and ratio.

By Mr_Fant

Adding or Subtracting Mixed Numbers Did you Know worksheet

Adding or Subtracting Mixed Numbers Did you Know worksheet

A worksheet for pupils to ad or subtract mixed numbers. By answering each question pupils are given a word and as they work through the worksheet they reveal a general knowledge statement. It is also a useful worksheet for teachers to check pupil's understanding without the need to mark it.

By jtodd854

Equivalent Fractions Differentiated Worksheet

Equivalent Fractions Differentiated Worksheet

A worksheet for pupils to find a fraction which fits between the two given in the question. In order to do this they must convert fractions into equivalent fractions with common denominators. The worksheet has three differentiated sections called Alpha, Beta and Gamma with Challenge questions to allow for personalised pupil learning/differentiation.

By jtodd854

Tangram Investigation

Tangram Investigation

This activity can be used as an individual or class investigation of the properties of the tangram. There are many different types of questions that can be answered. Mathematical thinking, rational numbers, perimeter and area and 2-dimensional shapes are covered. The teacher could restrict the questions where necessary to cater for individual differences. A rubric is included for assessment purposes if required. Many curriculum outcomes are addressed: Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA3-1WM, MA3-2WM, MA3-3WM, MA3-7NA , MA3-9MG, MA3-10MG, MA3-15MG If you like my work, please write a review to help others, and check out my shop for more useful activities.

By Maths2Measure

Maths Lesson Starters Of The Day 1

Maths Lesson Starters Of The Day 1

This book provides an alternative was to access the popular Transum Mathematics ‘Starters of the Day’ which have been used by teachers all over the world to provide an interesting, engaging and varied start to mathematics lessons.

By JohnSum

Multiplying Decimals: How Many Decimal Places? Homework or revision worksheet, can use in lesson

Multiplying Decimals: How Many Decimal Places? Homework or revision worksheet, can use in lesson

KS3 worksheet. First page can be used in a lesson or for homework/revision. Second page has four series of mildly differentiated questions. A less advanced group should do series 1 and 2 (or just 1), while more advanced groups can do series 2 to 4. Pupils need to understand why the product of 1dp x 1dp USUALLY but not always has 2dp and so forth -- it's quite a subtle point. (E.g. 0.4 x 0.5 can be written as 0.20, but you can write it 0.2.) Worksheet aims to help them understand and practise this.

By AxolotlMan