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DIFFERENTIATED REVISION GRIDS: FOUNDATION GCSE TOPICS

DIFFERENTIATED REVISION GRIDS: FOUNDATION GCSE TOPICS

Three differentiated grids for quick fire revision created to help students review the content of our first module of study in school. Ideal for preparation for end of module examinations or homeworks. Each grid contains 20 questions based on number skills, ratio, proportion, simple algebra manipulation, angle theory, perimeter. There is an easy version (1 star) and a harder version (2 star) and students can select (or be guided) to the side that they wish to attempt. All in all 120 questions…but no answers (you have to work them out yourselves!).
Weltmeister7
FOUNDATION GCSE REVISION OF EQUATION SOLVING: WHOLE LESSON

FOUNDATION GCSE REVISION OF EQUATION SOLVING: WHOLE LESSON

An entire lessons devoted to re-visiting the various equations a lower ability foundation student (or younger student) will have to tackle. This goes from one step (x + a = b) through to classic two step (ax + b = c), through brackets (a(bx+c)=d) and finally letters on both sides (ax+b=cx+d). The equations are nearly all positive integer solutions and so can be solved without a calculator. The resource can be written on and is full differentiated from 1 star (lots of support and little variation in the style) to 3 star (simply the equation). I have included another document which is a little more watered down. The powerpoint takes students through how to solve equations by inverse operations. Note there are no answers to the task
Weltmeister7
Mixed Number & Improper Fraction Extension

Mixed Number & Improper Fraction Extension

Set of extension questions requiring students to combine their knowledge of mixed number to/from improper fraction conversions with solving equations. Main task gives practice of setting up and solving one-sided equations. The extension problem gives a two-sided equation. Perfect for groups with a range of abilities where some need to practice the basic conversions whilst others need more of a challenge. Suitable for KS2, 3 and 4.
JellyMaths
Quadratics - making connections (roots, turning point, graph, factorised form, completed the square)

Quadratics - making connections (roots, turning point, graph, factorised form, completed the square)

This booklet contains 2 example questions and 6 questions for pupils to try and make connections between quadratic equations and their graphs, factorised form, roots, completed the square form, coordinate of the turning point, y-intercept, equation of the line of symmetry and coordinate of the turning point after a couple of transformations. 5 questions involve the coefficient of x^2 being 1 and 3 involved the coefficient being 2. Each grid has one piece of information given which should be enough to fill in the remaining boxes. Answers have been provided however apologies if any mistakes have been made. I hope you find the resource useful. I have used it with a top set Year 11 class a couple of months after all of the individual concepts have been taught to help review and make connections between the topics.
ktheobald1
Bundle Maths Worksheets KS1 KS2 Primary School

Bundle Maths Worksheets KS1 KS2 Primary School

A nice bundle of Maths sheets for primary school children. A nice pot pourri of different areas of maths. Includes: 100 Questions on Pythagoras Answers Provided 1000 questions Equations Single Variable Mathematics KS2 Algebra Division Worksheets for Primary School Children Maths Mathematics Homework Number Order 100 Worksheets with Answers Maths Place Value 100 Worksheets with Answers Maths Mathematics Rounding Numbers 100 Worksheets with Answers Maths Mathematics Teaching Resources worksheets Area Perimeter Mathematics Teaching Resources worksheets Money Shopping cd KS2 Mathematics Coins Teaching Resources worksheets Shapes Maths Triangles Octagons
auntieannie
11+ Maths Comprehensive Workbook (also suitable for KS2 SATs)

11+ Maths Comprehensive Workbook (also suitable for KS2 SATs)

A comprehensive workbook, perfect for 11+ preparations. Topics covered are: Number knowledge ( including place value, rounding etc) Multiplication and division (Including multiplying and dividing decimals) Conversions, Mixed Calculations (BIDMAS) Factors and Multiples Sequences Fractions Percentages Symmetry Ratio and Proportion Shapes (Area,perimeter,volume,angles etc) Interpreting Data (bar chart,pictograms, two way tables etc) Averages Speed,Distance Time Algebra (Solving equations, simplifying expressions,brackets etc) Scaling Includes multiple choice questions as well as worded problems to challenge students’ understanding. This workbook has been extremely useful for my students who have successfully sat both Grammar school 11+ exams and independent schools’ entrance exams. Can be used for independent study or as a homework workbook as it includes useful hints,tips and some explanations. Can also be used for KS2 SATs Preparation All answers included!
loretta3
Simultaneous equations differentiated worksheets (over 200 questions)

Simultaneous equations differentiated worksheets (over 200 questions)

Differentiated simultaneous equations worksheets Have students that need lots of repetition and practise at simultaneous equations? Are they all at different levels? Don’t have enough time available to make up questions? If so this set of worksheets is for you! All answers included. Each mini topic contains 3 worksheets, each with 10 questions on. That’s 30 questions per difficulty. Perfect for classwork, homework a quiz or an assessment. These are no frills differentiated worksheets on simultaneous equations containing the following: ★Adding only where x or y have a positive coefficient of 1 ★Subtracting only where x or y have a positive coefficient of 1 ★Mix of adding or subtracting where x or y have a positive coefficient of 1 ★Mix of adding or subtracting where x or y have a positive or negative coefficient of 1 ★Adding and subtracting where either the x or the y will be a multiple of the other ★Adding and subtracting where either the x or the y will be a multiple of the other including negative numbers ★The coefficient of x and y are totally random. Positive integers only ★The coefficient of x and y are totally random. Positive and negative integers =±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=± Other products you might like ★Simultaneous equations treasure hunt easy ★Differentiated simultaneous equations treasure hunts =±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±=±
MissEHoney