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Lots of experience in a variety of schools. Will keep making resources available. Feedback always appreciated.

Lots of experience in a variety of schools. Will keep making resources available. Feedback always appreciated.
Negative powers the easy way.
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Negative powers the easy way.

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Negative Powers the easy way. A tricky topic made much simpler by using listing as a way of building the answers to such questions as " ten to power negative 2 ?"
Simplifying in Algebra
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Simplifying in Algebra

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Simplifying in Algebra. 40 questions. Simplify simple algebra statements on to powers and multiplying out brackets. Useful tool to assess progress; use it once at the start of the topic then use it again after a week of input. Can be used as "Against the Clock" exercise.
Ten different slides of Maths lesson starters for KS3 lower ability.
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Ten different slides of Maths lesson starters for KS3 lower ability.

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Ten different slides of Maths lesson starters for KS3 lower ability. These are ten slides on powerpoint. Useful for lesson starters. A mixture of questions for lesson starters to give you as a teacher those 5 minutes that you need register, settle etc. Slides have a variety of accessible ( hopefully) questions and enough to both occupy and give something to discuss. More in the next few weeks…
Circles test
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Circles test

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Circles test. Areas and circumference. Area of sector. In terms of Pi. A quick revision assessment.
Practical Venn diagram activity
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Practical Venn diagram activity

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KS3 and KS2 resource to introduce Venn diagrams. A practical, outdoor activity - just needs a playground and some chalk ( remember chalk ?). Simple to introduce and carry out.
Translations on Excel
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Translations on Excel

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For KS3 lower ability students. First tab is the grid to use. Second tab is a set of instructions. Please feel free to leave comments and any improvements/feedback. Hope you and the students enjoy it. Bob
Finding Numbers
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Finding Numbers

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Lots of questions on Numbers.\nE.g. \nFind a multiple of 5 and a multiple of 6 that have a difference of 11\n\nFind two numbers which when added together make 20 and when multiplied = 84