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Fractions on a number line

Fractions on a number line

This lesson is intended to help students learn how to mark fractions on a number line. It contains a couple of examples, lots of questions to be done on mini-whiteboards and a worksheet to be completed. It was designed for my low-attaining year 7s but may well be suitable for primary school.
baker589
Adding and Subtracting Fractions Complete Lesson

Adding and Subtracting Fractions Complete Lesson

Suitable for KS3 and KS4. This lesson features a starter, main and plenary all fully differentiated. All practice questions are embedded within the lesson and feature answers so pupils can peer or self-assess their own work.
sabmer
Cluedo - Number

Cluedo - Number

Adapted resource from @danwalker (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/algebra-cluedo-6339269) Two version of Cluedo based on number topics including FDP, ratio, error intervals, surds, etc. Foundation and Higher
lj9g08
Fractions card sort - all operations

Fractions card sort - all operations

Students have to cut out the first set of 12 cards - 8 of the cards match up (1 question with 1 correct answer) and the 4 remaining cards spell an animal which the students have to spot. Then repeat for set 2, then 3 then 4. Answers and an explanation powerpoint included.
grw100
Bundle Year 5 Literacy Planning Autumn Term KS2 Greek Myths Big Write Plus Fractions Questions

Bundle Year 5 Literacy Planning Autumn Term KS2 Greek Myths Big Write Plus Fractions Questions

A great bundle. Year 5 Literacy planning. And half a million Fractions questions plus equivalent fractions worksheets. This is a zip file containing Literacy planning for a year 5 class (Autumn term). It consists of 14 short term plans I designed. There is one Literacy lesson per day. You will get 14 Microsoft Word documents. They are based on the Greek myths. I’ve also included for free some extra teaching materials that you can use. I’ve included too 3 medium term plans , one for each term). These cover plans and ideas not just for Literacy, but other subjects as well. I’ve also included an extra week from the next term. Feel free to use it to plug any gaps. This will help you do your own planning. Feel free to cut and paste into your own school’s plans. Ideal for someone who had to do a term’s supply like I had to do. Please bear in mind: every school is different. My plans assume you have the aide of a TA, but this is not essential. There is no differentiation in the planning. Everyone does the same thing to the best of their ability. you may want to add your own detail. These are short term plans remember. I have used walts and wilts. Your school may do something different. A very few number of weeks have a small gaps for things like tests and inset days. Use the extra week one planning for the next term (included for free) if you wish.
auntieannie
Last Minute SATs Maths Revision KS2

Last Minute SATs Maths Revision KS2

Designed and used by a year 6 teacher with a 93% maths SATs score in 2017. A set of resources that have been tried and tested to get that last minute boost. This works perfectly to remind and embed all the concepts needed to do well in the arithmetic and reasoning papers. Please check out my other resources by clicking my name at the top of the page. SATs reading comprehension games Reasoning Paper revision Loads of English SATs based writing
andrewchown
GCSE Revision

GCSE Revision

GCSE Revision. This pack includes two 20 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics at GCSE 9-1 Foundation Level. The tests are aimed at Foundation Level 2 and 3, but may also be useful revision for more able pupils and Key Stage 3. The 2 tests have very similar questions. Pupils can take the first test, identify areas to work on and complete further work. They can then take the second test to see if they have improved. **Full answer keys are included **for both tests and can be used for pupils to self-mark. A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to focus their revision. Encourage pupils to fill in the checklist and complete further questions on the topics they need to work on before taking the second test. The topics included are: Prime Numbers 2D Shapes Odd & Even Numbers Equivalent Fractions Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) Collecting Like Terms Adding & Subtracting Negative Numbers Finding the Shaded Area as a Fraction Vertices, Faces & Edges The Product of Prime Factors Money Expanding a Single Bracket Powers (Indices) Factors Simplifying Algebra Sequences Simplifying Fractions Multiplying & Dividing Negative Numbers Dividing Fraction, Decimal & Percentage Conversions These are non-calculator questions. These worksheets can be used as practice questions, tests or homework. They are suitable for foundation students but may also be useful for higher GCSE students and some key stage 3 classes. The document is 7 pages in total. The tests can be printed as single pages. They can be printed in black and white or colour. You may also like: GCSE Revision Levels 3 & 4 GCSE Revision Levels 4 & 5 GCSE Revision Higher Level For my other resources, please go to Maths Shop Keywords: diagnostic tests, revision mat, mixed questions, revision, worksheet, test, calculator, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, foundation, level 2, level 3, mathematics, maths revision, math review.
Elsie99
Multiplying Fractions to give conceptual knowledge

Multiplying Fractions to give conceptual knowledge

This was developed to give pupils a better understanding of what is going on with multiplying fractions. Each question builds on the last- encourage pupils to think about the links between each question. Which questions don’t seem to flow? The idea is that by the end of the worksheet they are not simply multiplying the numerators and denominators.
mr_t_chadwick
GCSE Maths Foundation Number Millionaire

GCSE Maths Foundation Number Millionaire

Add some fun to your exam revision lessons with this millionaire game. This resource is suitable for either KS3 or KS4 as a revision tool for revising GCSE Maths Number related topics. It includes sound effects as well as an engaging plenary featuring a clip from the actual Who Wants to be a Millionaire television show. Topics covered include: -negative numbers -order of operations -types of numbers -percentages -fractions -inequalities -standard form -HCF -ratio -proportion
sabmer
Practice exercise year 8 mathematics

Practice exercise year 8 mathematics

This math worksheet is to help year 8 mathematics students revise topics they must have come across during the school year. It includes twenty multiple choice questions and two theory questions based on topics such as simple interest, decimals, fractions and percentages, ratio, rate, proportion and a bit of linear functions. This resource will help with the end of term examinations where applicable. I hope it will be of immense help to you.
9jamind