Planned and tested Mathematic resources for teachers in the primary, secondary and FE sectors. A wide range of subject matters from algebra to geometry in both interactive and powerpoint formats. So if you need an affordable solution for a Maths lesson plan then the Maths Geezer has a solution.

Planned and tested Mathematic resources for teachers in the primary, secondary and FE sectors. A wide range of subject matters from algebra to geometry in both interactive and powerpoint formats. So if you need an affordable solution for a Maths lesson plan then the Maths Geezer has a solution.

A lesson designed to teach students to tell the time to the hour, half-hour, quarter past, and quarter to. Includes a matching pairs game, worksheets, and mastery questions.
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2 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions.
Money, weight, temperature, distance.
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Lesson Objectives:
Know and use the exact values of sin and cos for 0, 30, 45, 60, 90.
Know and use the exact values of tan for 0, 30, 45, 60.
Includes, calculator practise, trig recap (SOHCAHTOA), finding exact trig ratios from first principles, list of values to learn, memory aid table, non-calculator questions.
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Lesson objectives:
To be able to interpret data from a two-way table.
To be able to work out probabilities from a two-way table.
Includes; worked examples, practise questions, exam questions and worksheets.
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2/3 lessons.
Objectives:
To understand probability words.
To know the probability of an event happening lies between 0 and 1.
To place events on a probability line.
To be able to workout the probability of an event.
Includes:
Teachers notes;
Lesson starters;
Worked examples;
Practise questions;
Plenary questions.
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2 lessons on finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes made from rectangles.
Includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions.
Objectives:
To be able to find the perimeter of compound shapes. (grade 3)
To be able to find the area of compound shapes. (grade 3)

3-4 lessons, includes key words, explanation, step by step guide, worked examples with solutions, practice questions and student worksheets.
Drawing CF graphs and finding LQ, UQ, Median and IQR.
Drawing Box Plots and finding LQ, UQ, Median and IQR.
Drawing a Box Plot from a CF graph

3/4 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions with solutions, and worksheets…
Objectives:
To be able to show inequalities on a graph.
The lessons are split into 3 parts:
A recap of equations of straight lines, and drawing straight lines
Being able to understand, and define a region bounded by inequalities.
Drawing lines to find a region.
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6-9 lessons in 6 parts.
Designed to increase students understanding through step by step activities.
This Smartboard version allows students to move objects around to help solve problems.
Success Criteria:
Competent:
I can group concrete objects into twos, fives, and tens, and say how many groups of fives there are.
Accomplished:
I can find the total by counting in twos, fives, and tens.
Exceptional:
I can use my reasoning skills to solve problems involving multiples of twos, fives, and tens.
The first parts of each resource uses everyday objects, Numicon, money, pentagons, hands. feet, coins, rulers and scales to get students to count and think in twos, fives, and tens.
Part 2 recaps and reinforces previous learning- builds upon learning and then challenges students with mastery questions using 2p, 5p and 10p coins to buy small items. Also compares amounts of 5p coins to 2p and 10p coins.
Includes self-assessment slides for students and a “Whizz Bang” game as a plenary.
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The bundle takes students from the most straight forward of Inequalities, using number lines, solving simple inequalities, solving harder linear inequalities algebriacally, through to showing inequalities graphically by finding regions. To finally solving quadratic inequalities of increasing difficulty.

Two lessons, including worked examples and practise questions.
Topics: 1. Solving Equations
2. Substitution into Expressions
3. Simplifying Expressions
4. Expanding Brackets
5. Factorising Expressions
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Year1 Number - Addition and Subtraction lesson on Number Bonds to 20.
Split into three parts.
Part 1: Recap and extension.
Part 2: Reading, writing and interpreting mathematical statements.
Part 3: Using knowledge of number bonds to 20 to solve problems with larger numbers.
Lesson Objectives:
a) To read, write and interpret mathematical statements involving addition (+) subtraction (-) and equals (=) signs. (1C2b)
b) To be able to represent and use number bonds and related subtraction facts within 20. (1C1)
c) To be able to add and subtract single-digit and two-digit numbers to 20, including zero. (1C2a)
d) To solve one step problems that involve addition and subtraction. (1C4)
Students are encouraged to use a range of concrete objects to help them solve problems. Includes recording templates for diagrams, words and symbols, using a Ten Frame, and Mastery questions, and blank templates/worksheets.

2 lessons, covering 9 rules including cyclic quadrilaterals, alternate segment theorem, tangents, angles in the same segment.
With worked examples, practice questions and worksheets.
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Higher level GCSE Algebra.
Using the Quadratic Formula.
The presentation shows graphically what the Roots and Turning points of Quadratic Graphs are.
Then takes students through an example of solving a quadratic using the formula and relate it to the graph.
Finally substituting to find the turning point.

2/3 Lessons.
Objectives:
Be able to write a number as a product of its prime factors.
Be able to construct a tree diagram to find the prime factors of a number.
Be able to calculate the HCF and LCM of two numbers using Venn diagrams.
Be able to find the HCF and LCM of two numbers when given the prime factorisation of each numbers.
Includes:
Lesson starters;
Worked examples;
Practise questions;
Plenary questions.
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2-3 Lessons divided into three parts.
Topics covered:
Cumulative frequency graphs
Box plots
Stem and Leaf diagrams
Histograms with unequal bar widths.
Includes, explanations, worked examples, practise questions with solutions and student worksheets.
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3/4 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions with solutions, and worksheets. The big idea is to solve the inequalities to find the critical values, the to test a point on a number line to determine the correct inequality.
Objectives:
To be able to solve quadratic inequalities algebraically.
The lessons are split into 3 sections:
A recap of solving linear inequalities.
Solving simple quadratic inequalities.
Solving harder quadratic inequalities that involve rearranging and factorising to find the critical values.
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Five different probability experiments and games that can be used as the start of a lesson, to collect data to allow comparisons between realative frequency and theorectical probability.
I have used these activities in both secondary schools and FE colleges. They really do work in engaging students of all abilities. All can be used as stand alone fun activity, at the end of a working week as a treet. The probability bingo is a real winner.
The pack features:
Lucky Maze Game
Me Tarzan, You Jane
Probability Bingo
Probability Horse Racing Game
Predict the colours in the bag.
Full instructions and suggestions included.
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A bingo activity game, can be used as a starter or plenary, to assess learning outcomes. Slides contain multiplication and division sums, where one number is divided or multiplied by a multiple of 10. Students need to workout answers.
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A “How to Find” card sort.
Students given set of cards with methods of finding:
Percentages and Fractions of amounts,
Area and Perimeter,
Volume,
Averages.
The cards include some wrong methods, and also the different methods that can be used.
I designed this to use with Level 1 & 2 FS students but can be used with any age students.
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