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Here you will find all sorts of maths goodies for all levels.
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Hi and welcome to my Maths Shop!
Here you will find all sorts of maths goodies for all levels.
I am very happy to announce that I am a TES recommended author.
Please email me at elsie99999-maths@yahoo.com with any questions or comments.
Let me know if you would like several items, as I can discount them in a bundle for you.

Tokyo Olympics Maths This resource is perfect for the Olympics, Sports Day, Medal Ceremony, Japan and Tokyo, Gold Silver and Bronze Themed Maths Worksheets. Competition, first, second, third sports events.
This resource has 6 colour posters, but they would work just as well printed in black and white.
There are 8 worksheets, with over 60 questions in total.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 6 mini posters/information fact sheets on Olympic Medals and the Tokyo Olympics.
• Worksheet 1 – 12 questions on the Olympic Medal Specifications.
• Worksheet 2 – Accurate drawing of a minimum size medal.
• Worksheet 3 – 12 questions on the Tokyo Medal Designs
• Worksheet 4 – Accurate drawing of a Tokyo medal.
• Worksheet 5 – 12 questions on the Tokyo Olympics Facts & Figures.
• Worksheet 6 – Design your own medal.
• Worksheet 7 – 12 questions on Olympic Gold Medal Winners.
• Worksheet 8 – 12 questions on the Rio Olympic Medal Statistics.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
To practice: -
• Reading and extracting relevant information.
• Word problems.
• Using compasses to draw circles accurately.
• Knowledge of circle parts - radius, diameter, circumference, area.
• Finding the circumference of a circle.
• Finding the area of a circle.
• Finding the volume of a cylinder.
• Finding the surface area of a cylinder.
• Using metric measures.
• Converting measures using cm, mm, kg and grams.
• Percentages
• Ratios
• Averages, mode, median, mean and range.
• Money
• Fractions
• Speed, distance, time.
✽ Directions:
Print out the 6 mini posters/fact sheets. Students will use the information to answer the questions on the worksheets.
Use the “Fit to page” option on your printer and choose to print in black and white if you don’t want to use color.
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
You could make a display in your classroom with the mini posters and the students own medal designs.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at least an hour for students to complete.
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Simplifying Surds and Rationalising the Denominator
GCSE 9-1 Higher
Topics include:
Simplifying surds
Surd addition and subtraction
Multiplying and dividing with surds
Multiplying Surd Brackets
Rationalising the denominator
A surds puzzle
Exam style questions
There are 12 worksheets containing a total of 126 questions and a fun puzzle.
These worksheets are perfect for practising surd skills.
They are suitable for GCSE Higher students.
All answers are included.
The worksheets can be used for
• classwork
• revision
• homework
Four questions with model answers are included to help students or for demonstration on the board.
All worksheets have answers so that they can be easily marked by you or the students themselves.
These questions are designed for GCSE higher (the new specification).
This document is 29 pages in total, with 12 worksheets to print for students.
This resource can be printed in black and white or colour.
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Halloween Maths Puzzles Fun Maths Crack the Code Halloween Activities and Logic Problems. Fun printable puzzles and crack the code activity.
There are 2 versions so that you can print in black and white or colour.
All answers are included.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 7 fun Halloween maths puzzles on 8 printable worksheets.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
The puzzles included are:
Puzzle 1 - A fun pre-algebra puzzle to find the number that each picture represents.
Puzzle 2 - A harder pre-algebra puzzle to find the number that each picture represents.
Puzzle 3 - A crack the code activity puzzle with 6 clues to solve.
Puzzle 4 - A logic word problem puzzle to find out which pets and items belong to which witch.
Puzzle 5 - A logic puzzle to find how many eyeballs will balance the weighing scales.
Puzzle 6 - A logic puzzle to find how many spooky drinks will balance the weighing scales.
Puzzle 7 – An order of operations problem to find how many numbers 1-100 you can make with 4 Halloween related numbers.
They are suitable for all ages and can be solved by trial and error, or can be used to introduce algebraic methods.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Operations with numbers.
• Solving word problems.
• Developing logic skills.
• Developing problem solving skills.
• Order of operations with numbers.
• Writing and evaluating expressions with numbers.
• Pre-algebra skills.
• Mental Maths.
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
Alternatively, laminate one set of worksheets for students to share.
Or display for your class on a smartboard.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at least an hour for students to complete.
✷ Suggestions:
When finished, students could try making up their own puzzles.
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A Level Maths
Mechanics lift (elevator) problems
These worksheets contain a set of lift (elevator) problems.
There are two worksheets containing a total of 13 questions.
These questions are perfect for practising mechanics skills using F=ma.
They are suitable for Year 12 A Level maths students and for revision in Year 13.
Model answers are now included for ALL questions and can be used by the students to get them started, or can be used as a demonstration on the board.
These questions can be used for:
a class lesson
a revision session
homework
All questions have answers so that they can be easily marked by you or the students themselves.
The document is 20 pages in total, with 2 pages to print for students.
This resource can be printed in black and white or colour.
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World Geography Quiz End of Term Fun Test your knowledge of World Geography. Countries of the World Capital Cities Continents Oceans World Map Skills Worksheets Countries around the World Oceans and Continents Around the World Earth Day Flag Day Animals of the World Food of the World
✦ Notes:
This is great for end of term fun!
All answers are included.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
Worksheet 1 - Matching 20 countries with their capital cities.
Worksheet 2 - Matching 20 countries to their continents.
Worksheet 3 – 10 questions to find which countries border other countries.
Worksheet 4 – 10 question general quiz – rivers, tallest mountain etc.
Worksheet 5 - Labelling continents, countries and oceans on a world map.
Worksheet 6 - Labelling continents, countries and oceans on a world map.
Worksheet 7 - Matching 15 flags with their countries.
Worksheet 8 – 10 questions on where in the world to find various animals.
Worksheet 9 – 12 questions on where in the world to find various foods.
Worksheet 10 – 10 questions on fun facts about the world.
Teachers notes.
All answers.
✦ Objectives:
To practice: -
Knowledge of world countries and capital cities.
Knowledge of world continents.
Map reading skills.
Cultural awareness.
General knowledge of countries of the world.
✽ Directions:
Print out the worksheets for each student.
Alternatively, laminate one set of questions for students to share.
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Earth Day Maths
Recycling, plastic, conservation, real-life maths, environment, pollution, waste, human impact, Earth statistics.
Statistics, facts and figures about the world.
There are 36 non-calculator questions on 6 worksheets.
Pupils read the facts at the top of the worksheet and answer questions about them.
There is also a worksheet for students to write their own statistics about themselves.
The questions are designed to make students think about the huge impact people have on the planet.
All answers are included.
Environmental Topics include:
Earth Facts
Population Facts
Animal Conservation Facts
Recycling Facts
Human Consumption Facts
Media Facts
My own statistics
Maths Topics include:
Big Numbers
Standard Form
Estimating
Fractions
Percentages
Rounding numbers
Multiplying large numbers
Adding and Subtracting large numbers
Error intervals (upper and lower bounds)
Circumference
Negative Numbers
Speed
This resource is a pdf document.
It contains all the worksheets for your students, as well as answer sheets and teacher’s notes.
It is printable in colour or black and white.
You may want to send your students just the worksheets.
To do this, open up the pdf document.
Click print and select print to pdf.
Select the page numbers of the worksheets you want to include.
This will create a new pdf document with only the worksheets you want to send.
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Halloween Maths Money Word Problems Halloween Activity Printable Party Planner Fun. Your students are planning a Halloween party.
They will need to work out the total cost of the party from the information given.
There are 6 worksheets with a total of 32 answers to find.
The worksheets can be printed in colour or will work just as well in black and white.
✎ Contents:
Your students are planning a Halloween party.
They will need to work out the total cost of the party from the information given.
This resource includes:
• 6 Worksheets – Questions involve filling in the missing costs for a Halloween party.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Addition – with decimals.
• Multiplication – with decimals.
• Division – with decimals.
• Money - in pounds £.
• Decimal Operations.
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
The worksheets can be printed in colour or will work just as well in black and white.
Alternatively, laminate one set of worksheets for students to share.
Or display for your class on a smartboard.
✦ Notes:
This resource is aimed at Key Stage 2 and 3 - Years 5 to 9.
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take around an hour for students to complete.
✷ Suggestions:
Students could organise their own Halloween party!
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Secret Code Maths Crack the Code Maths Code Breakers End of Term Fun Maths
Basic Operations, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
There are 3 sets of secret codes and messages and a blank set for your students to make up their own code and message.
Each secret code has 26 questions, so there are 78 questions in total.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 - Secret code sheet 1 with 26 maths questions, one for each letter of the alphabet.
• Worksheet 2 - Secret message sheet 1 written using the numerical answers for each letter. Students decode the instructions to draw 2D shapes.
• Worksheet 3 - Secret code sheet 2 with 26 maths questions, one for each letter of the alphabet.
• Worksheet 4 - Secret message sheet 2 written using the numerical answers for each letter. Students decode the instructions to give a multiplication calculation for them to do.
• Worksheet 5 - Secret code sheet 3 with 26 maths questions, one for each letter of the alphabet.
• Worksheet 6 - Secret message sheet 3 written using the numerical answers for each letter. Students decode the instructions to find anagrams to unscramble for different foods.
• Worksheet 7 - A blank secret code sheet for students to make up their own code.
• Worksheet 8 - A blank secret message sheet for students to make up their own message.
• All answers are included.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Operations with positive integers with 1, 2 and 3 digits.
• Adding
• Subtracting
• Multiplying
• Dividing
• Squares and Cubes
• Double and Half
• Order of Operations
• 2D shapes
✦ Notes:
This resource can be used as a non-calculator activity.
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at least an hour for students to complete.
It can be used as a non-calculator activity.
It is suitable for primary and secondary, key stages 2 and 3.
✽ Directions:
There are 8 worksheets to print for students.
There are 3 sets of worksheets for each student.
There is also a blank set of worksheets for your students to create their own codes.
They can be printed in color or black and white.
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Halloween Maths Compound Area of Rectangles, Triangles and Squares.
Haunted House Composite Area
This is a fun printable activity to find the composite areas of the Haunted Houses.
The activity involves finding the areas of rectangles and triangles.
Windows and doors need to be subtracted to find the areas of the front walls of the houses.
There are 4 spooky houses of increasing difficulty.
The students then need to calculate the cost of buying the black paint to paint the house fronts.
There are 6 worksheets. All answers are included.
These questions are designed to be completed without a calculator using π = 3 for Worksheet 5.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 – find the area of Haunted House 1, involving areas of rectangles and triangles.
• Worksheet 2 – find the area of Haunted House 2, involving areas of squares, rectangles and triangles.
• Worksheet 3 – find the area of Haunted House 3, involving areas of squares, rectangles and triangles.
• Worksheet 4 – Calculations involving the amount of paint to buy and the cost for each of the 3 haunted houses.
• Worksheet 5 – find the area of the more difficult Haunted Mansion involving areas of squares, rectangles, triangles and a circle.
• Worksheet 6 – Calculations involving the amount of black and grey paint to buy and the cost for the Haunted Mansion, including a 10% discount.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers and model solutions.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Area of squares
• Area of rectangles (in m)
• Area of triangles (in m)
• Compound areas
• Multiplication
• Addition
• Subtraction
• Division
• Money (in £)
• Decimals
• Word Problems
• Measurements in metres and litres.
• Real world problems.
• Finding 10%
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of 6 worksheets for each student.
This resource can be printed in black and white or colour.
Alternatively, laminate one set of worksheets for students to share.
Or display for your class on a smartboard.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at at least an hour for students to complete.
This resource is aimed at Key Stage 2 and 3 - Years 5 to 9.
✷ Suggestions:
When finished, students could draw their own spooky houses.
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Halloween Colour by Number Spooky Picture
There are 2 versions of this colour by number activity, one version with numbers 1-12 and one version with teen numbers.
✦ Notes:
This is great for Halloween fun!
The matching colour can be used to colour the picture in a colour by number activity.
The resource is printed in black and white for the students to colour in.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• One colouring sheet using the numbers 1-12.
• The same colouring sheet using the numbers 5, 7 and 10-19.
• Teachers notes.
• A front cover sheet with the coloured picture.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Recognising the numbers 1-19.
• Recognising teen numbers.
• Recognising colours.
✽ Directions:
Print out a colouring sheet for each student.
✷ Suggestions:
Students can cut out their completed picture and use it to glue onto a Halloween card.
Or use the completed pictures for a Halloween classroom display.
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Large Data Set Edexcel
For the Edexcel Maths A Level (New Specification).
This resource includes:
a 4-page handout of revision notes on the large data set
a 25-question quick quiz on the large data set
All answers are included.
The questions test basic knowledge of the large data set (no calculations are required).
These are designed to make students think about the data and guide them in understanding what they need to learn about the data.
The 4-page “Things to learn” handout about the large data set can be used for revising.
All questions relate to the Edexcel Large Data Set used for the new specification Edexcel AS and A Level maths.
The document is 8 pages in total, with 5 pages to print for students.
It can be printed in colour or black and white.
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Word problems involving formulas - Maths GCSE Revision
Algebra Substitution Word problems involving using formulas. Using rules.
Real World Math Forming Equations Using Formulas Calculating Wages
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 7 worksheets with a total of 14 multi-step questions.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
To practice: -
• Using formulas to calculate values.
• Writing formulas from word problems.
• Using variables to represent quantities in a real-world problem.
• Constructing simple equations to solve problems.
✽ Directions:
These questions can be used as worksheets or task cards.
Print out a set of worksheets for each student or use as task cards.
Alternatively, laminate one set of worksheets for students to share.
Or display for your class on a smartboard.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
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Express one quantity as a fraction of another
Two worksheets to express one amount as a fraction of another amount.
Some questions need the students to consider units.
(e.g. Express 2 minutes as a fraction of 1 hour)
All answers are included.
These are non-calculator questions.
All measurements are metric.
These worksheet can be used as practice questions, tests or homework.
The document is 7 page in total, with 2 pages to print for students.
It can be printed in black and white or colour.
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GCSE 9-1 Revision Angles in triangles and quadrilaterals Angles in Parallel Lines
GCSE 9-1 Revision
There are 12 worksheets with a total of 36 GCSE questions on angles in triangles, quadrilaterals and parallel lines.
These are multi-step questions which involve giving reasons for each stage of the working out as well as finding the missing angle.
All answers and model solutions are included.
The questions can be done without a calculator.
These questions are suitable for both foundation and higher and are around a Level 5.
They can be used as practice questions, tests or homework.
The document is 33 pages in total, with 12 pages to print for students.
This resource can be printed in black and white, or colour.
The following reasons are used for these questions: -
Angles in a triangle add up to 180
Angles on a straight line add up to 180
Angles round a point add up to 360
The base angles of an isosceles triangle are equal.
All angles in an equilateral triangle are equal.
Angles in a quadrilateral add up to 360
Alternate angles are equal.
Corresponding angles are equal.
Vertically opposite angles are equal.
Supplementary/Allied angles add up to 180
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Algebra Puzzles Factorising Quadratics Solving Equations Fun Maths
Solving Quadratics Expanding and Factorising FOIL Tarsia Puzzle End of Term,
There are 4 puzzles in this resource.
There are 24 equilateral triangles with algebra on each side.
Students have to fit the triangles together to make 4 hexagons.
The algebra on the touching edges of each triangle must match.
The questions are non-calculator.
All answers are included.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Expanding and factorising – 2 puzzles each with 6 pieces.
• Solving Equations – 2 puzzles each with 6 pieces.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
To practice: -
• Expanding and factorising algebraic expressions (with one and two brackets)
• Simplifying expressions
• Solving equations
• Expanding brackets
• The FOIL method
• Factorising quadratics
• The difference of two squares
• Combining like terms
• Simplifying algebraic expressions
• Solving quadratic equations by factorising
• Factorising with a single bracket
✽ Directions:
Print out the 4 pages of triangles for each student.
Students need to cut them out and then try to match them to make 4 hexagon shapes.
The hexagons can be glued into maths books or onto a sheet of paper.
To make it easier, just do puzzles 1 and 2 together.
Or just do puzzles 3 and 4 together.
To make it harder, mix all 4 puzzles up together!
✦ Notes:
The document is 11 pages in total, but you will only need to print out 4 pages for the students.
This resource can be printed in black and white.
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Paralympics Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games Maths Fun Olympics Elapsed Time Speed Distance Time Word Problems Summer Olympics 2021 Tokyo 2020 Maths Worksheets Sports Day Gold Silver Bronze Sporting Events. This resource is perfect for the Olympics, Sports Day, Medal Ceremony, Japan and Tokyo, Themed Math Worksheets. Competition, first, second, third sports events.
This resource has 3 color posters, but they would work just as well printed in black and white.
There are 3 worksheets, with a total of 36 questions.
The questions are about times in different countries and athlete speeds.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 3 mini posters/information fact sheets on the Paralympics Schedule, Time Zones and Paralympic Medal Winners.
• Worksheet 1 – 12 questions on time zones for the Paralympics.
• Worksheet 2 – 12 questions on event times for the Paralympics.
• Worksheet 3 – 12 questions on speed, distance and time for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Gold Medal Winners.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
To practice:
• Reading and extracting relevant information.
• Word problems.
• Operations with time.
• Elapsed time questions.
• 24-hour clock and 12-hour clock (am and pm)
• Speed, distance, time questions.
• Metric Measurements.
• Converting distance and time units.
✽ Directions:
Print out the 3 mini posters/fact sheets.
Use the “Fit to page” option on your printer and choose to print in black and white if you don’t want to use colour.
Print out the 3 worksheets for each student.
Students will use the information on the posters to answer the questions on the worksheets.
You could make a display in your classroom with the mini posters and the students answers.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at least an hour for students to complete.
Students will need a calculator for Worksheet 3.
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Maths Logic Problems World Cup Football Fun Team GB England Red White and Blue Themed Fun Olympics Paralympics Maths.
Use for football, Jubilee Day, the Olympics, Paralympics, the World Cup, England and Great Britain, UK Great Britain themed maths. Great for end of term fun!
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 10 worksheets – each worksheet has one puzzle to figure out.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
To practice: -
• Operations with numbers.
• Solving word problems.
• Developing logic skills.
• Developing problem solving skills.
• Order of operations with numbers.
• Writing and evaluating expressions with numbers.
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
Alternatively, laminate one set of worksheets for students to share.
Or display for your class on a smartboard.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
Students can colour the pictures as they do the questions.
These questions will easily last an hour.
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World Cup Football Mental Maths Game Penalty Shoot Out Maths Game
World Cup inspired maths fun. This is a Penalty Shootout game for the whole class.
There are 5 game sheets included with a total of 105 questions.
These are quick fire mental maths questions designed to get students thinking on their feet!
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 5 game sheets – each with 21 mental maths questions.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
The questions are mental math questions, for example:
What is 1,000 minus 2?
What is 7 squared?
What is 2.3 add 1.4?
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Mental Maths
• Times Tables
• Addition – including some negative numbers.
• Subtraction
• Multiplication – including some negative numbers.
• Division – including some negative numbers.
• Multiplying by 10
• Multiplying by 100
• Dividing by 10
• Square Numbers
• Adding simple fractions
• Fractions of amounts
• Adding simple decimals
• Converting fractions, decimals and percentages
• 2D shape properties
• Metric Measurements
✦ Notes:
All answers are included.
These questions should take at least an hour.
✷ Suggestions:
You could also use these worksheets as a partner activity, with 2 students competing to score the most goals.
✎ Teacher’s Instructions - Match Rules
• Divide the players into 2 teams – e.g., blue and red (or choose team names).
• Each team nominates one person to take the 1st penalty.
The nominated students from each team both stand up.
The teacher asks the blue team question 1 to the blue team player and awards a penalty if the student answers correctly.
The red team penalty taker is then asked the matching red question 1 and is awarded a penalty if the answer is correct.
• Another person from each team is then chosen to take the 2nd penalty.
• Play continues for 10 rounds (10 questions) and then the number of goals is added up for each team.
• If there is a draw, play goes to extra time.
Each team chooses their best player to take the final penalty.
Only one question is asked to both team players and the 1st player to answer correctly wins the whole match for their team.
• At the end of the match, players in the winning team pick a “man of the match” - the student who they think played the best.
• This game can also be played by groups of students by allowing one student to be the “teacher”.
• It might be fun if the teacher uses their whistle and acts as the referee.
• Teachers may also want to allow a victory dance/celebration on scoring a penalty!
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