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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.

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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.

Sectors of Circles (notebook)

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2-3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions and exam style questions. Objectives: Find the arc length given the angle. (grade 5) Find the angle given the arc length. (grade 5) Find the sector area given the angle. (grade 5) Find the sector angle given the area. (grade 5)

Sharing in Halves and Quarters Questions - Year 1 (notebook)

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Year 1 Fractions lesson featuring a series of questions on Sharing in Halves and Quarters. This is the complimentary lesson to “Halves and Quarters”. Designed to develop a greater understanding, and give students more practise. The questions uses pizza slices, biscuits and flowers as examples of objects to be shared. This interactive version allows students to drag these objects so they can be shared. Includes, worked examples, Mastery and Mastery with depth questions. Lesson Objectives: a) To be able to recognise halves and quarters from diagrams and fractions. (1F1a) b) To be able to recognise equivalent fractions, halves and quarters from diagrams. (1F1b)

Sectors of Circles (pptx)

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2-3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions and exam style questions. Objectives: Find the arc length given the angle. (grade 5) Find the angle given the arc length. (grade 5) Find the sector area given the angle. (grade 5) Find the sector angle given the area. (grade 5)

Sharing in Halves and Quarters questions (pptx)

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Year 1 Fractions lesson featuring a series of questions on Sharing in Halves and Quarters. This is the complimentary lesson to “Halves and Quarters”. Designed to develop a greater understanding, and give students more practise. The questions uses pizza slices, biscuits and flowers as examples of objects to be shared. Includes, worked examples, Mastery and Mastery with depth questions. Lesson Objectives: a) To be able to recognise halves and quarters from diagrams and fractions. (1F1a) b) To be able to recognise equivalent fractions, halves and quarters from diagrams. (1F1b)

Finding Unknown Numbers - Solving Equations using Bar models (pptx)

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Objective: To find the value of symbols and letters in simple equations. (grade 2) 1-2 lessons, taking students from simple missing number sums to using ‘Bar Models’ to find harder equation problems, including multiplication and division questions. Includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions.

Identifying and Representing Numbers - Year 1 (pptx)

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Lesson objectives: Students to be able to identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations. Includes; numbers lines, groups of objects, abacus using tens and ones, Cuisenaire rods, Numicon, words and figures. The lesson allows students to compare sets of objects and differently represented numbers using the language of ‘equal to’, ‘more than’, ‘less than’, ‘fewer’, ‘most’, ‘least’. (1N4)

Histograms (notebook)

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3-4 lessons, divided into four distinct parts: Using frequency density and bar widths to find group frequencies. Drawing histograms with unequal bar widths. Interpreting histograms with unequal bar widths. Estimate values from an histogram. Each part includes a step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions with solutions, and student worksheets. This interactive version includes Teachers’ Notes, moveable objects including bars.

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages (notebook)

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3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions, and interactive section for student responses. Lesson Objectives: To be able to simplify fractions. To be able to work out equivalent of common fractions, decimals and percentages. To be able to convert between fractions and decimals. The presentation is divided into 3 parts, each representing one of the learning objectives.

Finding Unknown Numbers - Solving Equations using Bar models (notebook)

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Objective: To find the value of symbols and letters in simple equations. (grade 2) 1-2 lessons, taking students from simple missing number sums to using ‘Bar Models’ to find harder equation problems, including multiplication and division questions. Includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. Interactive version.

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages.(pptx)

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3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples, practice questions. Lesson Objectives: To be able to simplify fractions. To be able to work out equivalent of common fractions, decimals and percentages. To be able to convert between fractions and decimals. The presentation is divided into 3 parts, each representing one of the learning objectives.

Length, Perimeter and Area (notebook)

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Two lessons. The slides can be used as worksheets for the students to work though. Objectives: To be able to measure and draw straight lines. (grade 1) To be able to the perimeter of rectangles and other polygons. (grade 2) To be able to find the area of rectangles. (grade 2) Students progress from counting 1cm squares, to measuring lines and sides, to calculating the area of a rectangle. This interactive version allows students to use an on screen ruler to measure.

Identifying and Representing Numbers - Year 1 (notebook)

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Lesson objectives: Students to be able to identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations. Includes; numbers lines, groups of objects, abacus using tens and ones, Cuisenaire rods, Numicon, words and figures. The lesson allows students to compare sets of objects and differently represented numbers using the language of ‘equal to’, ‘more than’, ‘less than’, ‘fewer’, ‘most’, ‘least’. (1N4)

Length, Perimeter and Area (pptx)

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Two lessons. The slides can be used as worksheets for the students to work though. Objectives: To be able to measure and draw straight lines. (grade 1) To be able to the perimeter of rectangles and other polygons. (grade 2) To be able to find the area of rectangles. (grade 2) Students progress from counting 1cm squares, to measuring lines and sides, to calculating the area of a rectangle. This interactive version allows students to use an on screen ruler to measure.

Perimeter and Area of Compound Shapes (notebook)

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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)

Solving Equations With Unknowns on both Sides Version 2 (notebook only)

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2 lessons: Lesson objectives: To solve equations with unknowns on both sides, including equations with brackets. Includes; teachers notes on how to use the interactive elements, step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. The big idea is to rewrite both sides of the equation to eliminate like terms. Hence the phrase “Same Value, Looks Different”. It uses money to show that you can can have the same value, but in different ways. Hence, you can rewrite any equation in any way as long as you do not change the value. This version 2 is designed to allow both teachers and students to solve the example equations by writing each step on an interactive whiteboard. (Version 1 has each step written done to be uncovered as the example goes on).

Solving Equations with Unknowns on Both Sides Version 1(notebook)

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2 lessons: Lesson objectives to solve equations with unknowns on both sides, including equations with brackets. Includes; teachers’ notes on using interactive elements, step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions. The big idea is to rewrite both sides of the equation to eliminate like terms. Hence the phrase “Same Value, Looks Different”. It uses money to show that you can can have the same value, but in different ways. Hence, you can rewrite any equation in any way as long as you do not change the value.

Solving Equations Using Different Methods (pptx)

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3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions, and plenary. Objectives: To solve two-step equations. (grade 3) Solve equations with brackets. (grade 3) Methods used: Cover up and inspection and using inverse operation.

Solving Equations Using Different Methods (notebook)

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3 lessons, includes step by step guide, worked examples and practice questions, and plenary. Objectives: To solve two-step equations. (grade 3) Solve equations with brackets. (grade 3) Methods used: Cover up and inspection and using inverse operation.