Simplifying Fractions

Simplifying Fractions

Powerpoint and worksheet comprising a whole lesson showing how to simplify fractions by dividing the numerator and denominator with common factors. Uses diagrams to show how the two fractions are equivalent. Understand what is meant by simplest form. Practise using multiplication facts in reverse. Dividing numbers less than 100 mentally. Revise how to write percentages and decimals as fractions then simplify. DfE references N2, N4 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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20 Maths Homework Sheets Y5-10 With Answers

20 Maths Homework Sheets Y5-10 With Answers

A set of 20 double sided Maths Homework Sheets. The first side is a mixture of 20 mixed numerically based questions, the second side has 4 problems based on problem solving. Both sides are then replicated with the answers filled in. Suitable for a wide range of year groups depending upon ability.
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Fractions and Percentages of Amounts

Fractions and Percentages of Amounts

8 pages of worksheets with answers. These worksheets were written for a foundation level GCSE student who struggled to remember how to calculate fractions and percentages of amounts. The connections between the methods are shown and there are calculations to do with and without a calculator. Also there are pages to practise multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. DfE reference for GCSE 9-1 R9 For more resources like this please visit my shop at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Skillsheets
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Reverse Percentages and Multipliers - 6 worksheets

Reverse Percentages and Multipliers - 6 worksheets

Six worksheets with answers to reinforce how to calculate a percentage of an amount using a multiplier. Work out the multipliers for increasing and decreasing amounts. Reverse percentage calculations using multipliers including original value word problems about VAT, discounts, pay rises etc Ideal for revision or reinforcement of this tricky topic. DfE reference for GCSE 2017 R9 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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Reverse Percentages

Reverse Percentages

This powerpoint contains examples of how to work out reverse percentage calculations using multipliers. The questions are mixed so that students have to identify which type of calculation is required. There is a good mix of realistic situations and vocabulary used in the word problems. Useful for revision too. DfE reference for GCSE 2017 R9 Answers are included in the powerpoint. For more resources like this please visit my shop at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Skillsheets
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Equivalent Fractions

Equivalent Fractions

This powerpoint and worksheet show students how to create equivalent fractions by scaling up a simple fraction. Uses simple practical applications. Using real life data to see how 9 out of 10 scales up to 18 out of 20 and eventually 90 out of 100 thus also making a connection with percentages as special ‘out of 100’ fractions. Also the splitting of a whole into two fractions e.g. 9 out of 10 people being right-handed means 1 out of 10 people are left-handed. Percentages total 100%. GCSE 9-1 references N1, R9 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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Percentages REVISION notes

Percentages REVISION notes

Four pages of higher level GCSE revision notes about how to do different types of percentage calculation. Using multipliers, reverse percentages, increases and decreases, repeated changes. A useful summary for students on business or finance and other courses. DfE GCSE 9-1 references R9, N12, R16 For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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Mental Maths Challenges - School Stuff

Mental Maths Challenges - School Stuff

School Stuff This is a bright and attractive resource which should be displayed on numeracy displays, in classrooms and in other learning environments and used as a morning activity or alongside regular maths sessions.
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Calculation Policy with Written Methods

Calculation Policy with Written Methods

A whole school calculation policy that indicates the schools preferred methods and shows alternate methods as a guide. This resource is easily editable for your own schools' preferred methods. It can be used for teachers or displayed in classrooms as a reference for pupils. Suitable for Primary and Secondary schools.
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Percentages 'out of 100' PET SURVEY

Percentages 'out of 100' PET SURVEY

Show how to scale up simple proportions like 13 out of 20 to make them into percentages. Based on the results of a survey on pet ownership. Use pie charts to visualise the results. Understand percentages as 'number of parts per hundred'. This colourful powerpoint presentation and accompanying worksheet allow you to revise/teach different ideas using an easy to understand situation and could be the basis for further work on data collection. DfE references for GCSE 9-1 R9, S2 For more resources like this please visit my shop at For more resources like this please visit the SKILLSHEETS Shop
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Method to calculate percentage increases and decreases

Method to calculate percentage increases and decreases

This resource explains how to: - Work out a new amount after a percentage increase - Work out the percentage increase when given the old and new amount - Work out the new amount after a percentage decrease - Work out the percentage decrease when given the old and new amount
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Rugby World Cup 2015 themed geography, literacy and numeracy activities

Rugby World Cup 2015 themed geography, literacy and numeracy activities

A great resource to get learners excited about the Rugby World Cup 2015! The resource includes 13 Rugby World Cup theme activities: -Writing a haiku and acrostic poem, drabble (100 word story) and article -Mapping skills -Numeracy worksheet – number, fractions, perimeter, area and percentage -Suggested teaching strategies -Answers This resource has been thoroughly designed so no extra prep or specialised ability is needed! It can form a standalone literacy and numeracy lesson or can be left as a cover lesson. Can be easily adapted to suit other lessons you may have already planned. This lesson should be accessible to KS2 and KS3 students. Activities are differentiated and provide a challenge for more able students. Please rate if you enjoyed! Click on my display name to see my other excellent resources and free RWC themed resource. Small updates made!
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