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Twitter Top 12 Maths Resource

Twitter Top 12 Maths Resource

This is a resource with the current top 12 twitter profiles. These can be used for so many lessons Rounding, Addition & Subtraction, Ordering and Comparing and so on... How you use it is up to you. Please enjoy this high-quality resource free of charge! :)
ashleyclayton90
Revision Poster Bundle (16 posters)

Revision Poster Bundle (16 posters)

Brighten up your classroom with these revision posters designed to help both lower and higher ability students. Posters included: Area and Perimeter Volume Angles (basic angles, angles in polygons, parallel lines) Number (BODMAS, Factors and multiples including HCF & LCM, rules of negatives and indices, types of number) Algebra (inequalities, collecting like terms, factorising, expanding brackets - also includes quadratics) FDP Compound growth and decay Area of sector, arc length Circles (Parts of a circle, area and circumference of circle, surface are and volume of cylinders) Compound measures Quadratic formula Probability
Yajafo26
Constructing and Interpreting Pie Charts

Constructing and Interpreting Pie Charts

Suitable for KS3 and KS4. This lesson goes through the steps on constructing a pie chart. Exercises embedded and I have attached template cards which you can print off and give to your students to draw pie charts. The lesson ends off with how to interpret pie charts.
sabmer
Bar chart - comparing data. Year 3/4

Bar chart - comparing data. Year 3/4

A great resource for making bar charts fun and purposeful! The video shows Willy Wonka asking for help. The EU regulators are asking him to show which Oompa Loompas in his factory are working the hardest! The children then have two bags of sweets (pretend sweets would work!) on each table from two Oompa Loompas; they have to then compare the sets of data and present them on a bar chart. The children love the real life context of this lesson. The Promethean flipchart is also on Powerpoint.
glitterwings06
Introduction to Averages from Frequency Tables (non-grouped)

Introduction to Averages from Frequency Tables (non-grouped)

Here is a lesson I have created for a mixed/high ability year 7 group on averages from non-grouped frequency tables. It also contains a brief recap on averages. The resources on have been adapted from others found on here. Attached you will find the relevant printing file. Feel free to modify, improve, and share! Please rate, as I appreciate the feedback.
amurra8827