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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.

Exam Style GCSE Maths Foundation Questions perfect for the GCSE exams!
These are mainly non-calculator questions suitable for foundation students.
They are up-to-date exam style questions based on recent past paper questions, designed to make students think and apply methods they have been taught to solve the problems.
There are 20 questions in this pack with a total of 100 marks, so they should take around 2 hours to complete.
There are 2 questions of each type so that students can have a second attempt at each topic.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 20 worksheets – each with one multi-step exam style question.
• A student recording sheet – to record marks etc.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice GCSE foundation exam style questions on the following topics:
• Multiplying & Dividing Decimals
• Factors
• Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)
• Linear Simultaneous Equations
• Angles in a Triangle
• Percentage Profit
• One Quantity as a Percentage of Another
• Bearings
• Scale Drawing
• Expand & Simplify
• Factorise
• Algebra Substitution
• Solving Equations
• Angles in Parallel Lines
• Probability Tree Diagram
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at around 2 hours for students to complete.
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of 20 worksheets for each student.
Alternatively use individual pages as required for homework etc.
✷ Suggestions:
Use the student recording sheet for students to record their marks and maybe colour code red, yellow and green depending on difficulty.
You could use one question of each type (e.g., all the odd numbered questions) for a test and then the other questions as a follow up to practice the topics again.
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GCSE Crossover Exam Questions Level 5
GCSE Higher Exam Questions
Quadratic Inequalities, Quadratic Equations and Quadratic Simultaneous Equations
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Football Mental Maths Game Penalty Shoot Out Maths Game
Football 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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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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This pack includes 5 worksheets involving estimating (approximating) the answers to 50 questions by rounding each number to one significant figure. All answers are included.
✎ **Contents:**
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 - 10 easy basic operations questions to estimate the answers to.
• Worksheet 2 - 10 harder basic operations questions to estimate the answers to.
• Worksheet 3 - 10 word problem questions to estimate the answers to.
• Worksheet 4 - 10 geometry questions to estimate the answers to.
• Worksheet 5 - 10 harder word problem questions to estimate the answers to.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ **Objectives:**
This resource has been designed to practice:
• estimating with calculations
• estimating with word problems
• estimating with area and volume problems
✦ **Notes:**
These are non-calculator questions.
This resource is suitable for Key Stages 3 and 4 and is perfect for GCSE 9-1 revision for both foundation and higher.
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take around an hour for students to complete.
✽ **Directions:**
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
✷ **Suggestions:**
As an extension task, students could work out the exact answers to each problem.
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Finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes by splitting into rectangles. This pack includes 8 worksheets with a total of 46 multi-step questions on the area and perimeter of rectangles and compound shapes made from multiple rectangles. All units are in centimetres.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 – There are 7 rectangles to find the area and perimeter of. Lengths are less than 100cm.
• Worksheet 2 – There are 6 compound “L” shapes to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into 2 rectangles. Lengths are less than 100cm.
• Worksheet 3 – There are 6 compound “L” shapes to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into 2 rectangles. Lengths are longer.
• Worksheet 4 – There are 6 compound “L” shapes to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into 3 rectangles. Lengths are longer.
• Worksheet 5 – There are 6 compound “L” shapes with missing sides to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into 2 rectangles. Lengths are less than 100cm.
• Worksheet 6 – There are 6 compound “L” shapes with missing sides to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into 2 rectangles. Lengths are longer.
• Worksheet 7 – There are 6 compound “L” shapes with missing sides to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into 3 rectangles. Lengths are longer.
• Worksheet 8 – This is a challenging worksheet with missing sides. There are 3 compound shapes to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into rectangles.
• Answer sheets with all answers and working.
• Teachers Notes
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• finding the area and perimeter of rectangles.
• finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes by splitting into rectangles.
• finding the area and perimeter using metric measurements.
• Addition and multiplication methods.
✽ Directions:
Print out the 8 worksheets for each student.
They can be printed in colour or black and white.
✦ Notes:
All units in this resource are centimetres.
These questions are suitable for use without a calculator.
All answers are included.
To view this resource in inches, please click here
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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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This Earth Day Maths resource includes 6 worksheets on environmental facts and figures about the world. Students are asked to read the environmental information at the top of each worksheet and answer 6 questions about it. The questions are designed to make students think about the huge impact people have on the planet.
There are also 2 worksheets for students to write their own statistics about themselves.
There are two versions so that you can print in colour or black and white.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 - Earth Facts and 6 maths questions.
• Worksheet 2 - Population Facts and 6 maths questions.
• Worksheet 3 - Animal Conservation Facts and 6 maths questions.
• Worksheet 4 - Recycling Facts and 6 maths questions.
• Worksheet 5 - Human Consumption Facts and 6 maths questions.
• Worksheet 6 - Media Facts and 6 maths questions.
• Worksheet 7 - Your own usage statistics.
• Worksheet 8 - Your own recycling statistics.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Big Numbers
• Standard form
• Estimating
• Fractions
• Percentages
• Rounding
• Multiplying and dividing large numbers
• Adding and subtracting large numbers
• Error intervals (upper and lower bounds)
• Circumference
• Negative Numbers
• Speed
✦ Notes:
Please note that all facts and figures in this resource are as up to date and accurate as possible, allowing for the fact that it is impossible to count exact numbers of plastic etc.
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take around an hour for students to complete.
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
These can be printed in colour or black and white.
✷ Suggestions:
Create a classroom display with the completed worksheets.
As an extension task ask students to research more statistics about the planet.
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Christmas Maths Volume and Surface Area of Prisms. This is a fun Christmas maths activity. The questions involve calculations with 3D shapes. Measurements are in centimetres. There are 12 printable worksheets with a total of 48 questions. All answers are included.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 – 4 questions to find the volume of cube shaped presents.
• Worksheet 2 – 4 questions to find the length of ribbon required for cube shaped presents.
• Worksheet 3 – 4 questions to find the surface area of cube shaped presents.
• Worksheet 4 – 4 questions to find the volume of cuboid shaped presents.
• Worksheet 5 – 4 questions to find the length of ribbon required for cuboid shaped presents.
• Worksheet 6 – 4 questions to find the surface area of cuboid shaped presents.
• Worksheet 7 – 4 questions to find the volume of triangular prism shaped presents.
• Worksheet 8 – 4 questions to find the length of ribbon required for triangular prism shaped presents.
• Worksheet 9 – 4 questions to find the surface area of triangular prism shaped presents.
• Worksheet 10 – 4 questions to find the volume of cylinder-shaped presents, in terms of pi and to 2 decimal places.
• Worksheet 11 – 4 questions to find the length of ribbon required for cylinder-shaped presents.
• Worksheet 12 – 4 questions to find the surface area of cylinder-shaped presents, in terms of pi and to 2 decimal places.
• Teachers notes.
• All 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.
✦ Objectives:
Students are asked to find:
• the volume and surface area of various Christmas presents.
• the length of ribbon required to tie around each present.
The presents come in the following 3D shapes:
Cubes, cuboids, triangular prisms and cylinders.
Students will learn to find:
• area of squares, rectangles and triangles
• volume of 3D shapes
• surface area of 3D shapes
• the distance around a 3D shape
• circle area and circumference
• answers rounded to 2 decimal places
• answers in terms of Pi
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
The worksheets can be printed in black and white.
Alternatively, laminate one set of worksheets for students to share.
Or display for your class on a smartboard.
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The Edexcel Large Data Set 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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GCSE Foundation Revision Algebra
This is a pack of 22 worksheets of algebra questions for GCSE foundation revision.
There are 141 questions.
All answers are included.
The following algebra topics are included: -
Simplifying Algebraic Expressions (Foundation Easier)
Expanding Algebraic Expressions (with 1 and 2 brackets)
Factorising Algebraic Expressions (with 1 and 2 brackets)
Algebra Substitution
Solving Linear Equations
Solving Quadratic Equations (by factorising)
Changing the Subject of the Formula
Sequences - the nth term
Linear Inequalities
Linear Simultaneous Equations
Simplifying Algebraic Expressions (Foundation Harder)
Problem Solving with Algebra
Mixed Test 1
Mixed Test 2
These questions are designed for GCSE foundation (the new specification).
The worksheets can be used as a revision booklet for a revision class or workshop or for homework sheets.
The document is 32 pages in total, with 22 pages to print for students.
This resource can be printed in black and white, or colour.
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Exam Style GCSE 9-1 Maths Higher Questions.
These are a mix of non-calculator and calculator higher questions.
They are up-to-date exam style questions based on recent Edexcel past paper questions, designed to make students think and apply methods they have been taught to solve the problems.
There are 20 questions in this pack with a total of 100 marks, so they should take around 2 hours to complete.
There are 2 questions of each type so that students can have a second attempt at each topic.
This is now a second pack of higher questions available - click here.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 20 worksheets – each with one multi-step exam style question.
• A student recording sheet – to record marks etc.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice GCSE higher exam style questions on the following topics:
• Circle Theorems
• Similar Triangles
• Equations of Parallel Lines
• Inverse and Composite Functions
• Indices
• Solving Quadratics by Factorising
• Algebraic Fractions
• Surds
• Simultaneous Equations with a Quadratic
• Equation of a Tangent to a Circle
• Capture-Recapture Method
• Iteration
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at around 2 hours for students to complete.
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of 20 worksheets for each student.
Alternatively use individual pages as required for homework etc.
✷ Suggestions:
Use the student recording sheet for students to record their marks and maybe colour code red, yellow and green depending on difficulty.
You could use one question of each type (e.g., all the odd numbered questions) for a test and then the other questions as a follow up to practice the topics again.
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Area and Perimeter of Compound Shapes. This is a fun resource of compound shapes piled up to make a skyscraper challenge. Students find the area and perimeter of each compound shape by finding missing sides and splitting into rectangles. All units are centimetres. These questions are suitable for use without a calculator. There are 2 versions so that you can print in colour or black and white.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 – the Skyscraper with 9 compound “L” shapes to find the area and perimeter of by splitting into 2 rectangles.
• Worksheet 2 – the student answer sheet.
• All answers and working out are included.
• Teachers Notes
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• finding the area and perimeter of rectangles.
• finding the area and perimeter of compound shapes by splitting into rectangles.
• finding the area and perimeter using metric measurements.
• Addition and multiplication methods.
✽ Directions:
Print out the worksheet and answer sheet for each student.
They can be printed in colour or black and white.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take around half an hour for students to complete.
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GCSE Maths Revision Higher Exam Questions. Exam Style GCSE Higher Questions perfect for the GCSE exams!
These are a mix of non-calculator and calculator higher questions.
They are up-to-date exam style questions based on recent past paper questions, designed to make students think and apply methods they have been taught to solve the problems.
There are 20 questions in this pack with a total of 100 marks, so they should take around 2 hours to complete.
There are 2 questions of each type so that students can have a second attempt at each topic.
This is the second pack of higher exam questions. Click here for pack 1.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• 20 worksheets – each with one multi-step exam style question.
• A student recording sheet – to record marks etc.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice GCSE higher exam style questions on the following topics:
• 3D Trigonometry
• Indices
• Surds
• Expanding brackets
• Forming & Solving Equations
• Volume of a Cube
• Algebraic Fractions
• Direct & Inverse Proportion
• Simplifying Algebra
• Laws of Indices
• Area of Triangles
• Pythagoras
• Exact Trig Values
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at around 2 hours for students to complete.
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of 20 worksheets for each student.
Alternatively use individual pages as required for homework etc.
✷ Suggestions:
Use the student recording sheet for students to record their marks and maybe colour code red, yellow and green depending on difficulty.
You could use one question of each type (e.g., all the odd numbered questions) for a test and then the other questions as a follow up to practice the topics again.
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GCSE Higher Exam Questions Pack 1
GCSE Crossover Exam Questions Level 5
Quadratic Inequalities, Quadratic Equations and Quadratic Simultaneous Equations
Solving Quadratic Equations by Factorising
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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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Maths GCSE 9-1 Higher Non-Calculator Questions.
This pack includes two 20 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics.
The tests are aimed at GCSE 9-1 Higher Level pupils but may also be useful for Year 10.
The 2 tests have very similar questions. Pupils can take the first test, identify areas to work on and complete further work. They can then take the second test to see if they have improved.
Full answer keys are included for both tests and can be used for pupils to self-mark.
A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to focus their revision.
Encourage pupils to fill in the checklist and complete further questions on the topics they need to work on before taking the second test.
The topics included are:
Area of Triangle (Hard)
Rationalise the Denominator (Easier)
Recurring Decimal to Fraction Conversion
Area using Algebra Solving
Circle Theorems
Quadratic Inequalities
Equation of Tangent to a Circle
Exact Trigonometric Ratios
Linear Inequalities
Function Transformations
Simplifying Algebraic Fractions
Quadratic nth Term Sequences
Changing the Subject of the Formula (Hard)
Area of Circles with Algebra
Rationalise the Denominator (Harder)
Similar Shapes & Scale Factors of Enlargement
Probability Tree Diagrams
Adding & Subtracting Algebraic Fractions
Simultaneous Equations with a Quadratic
Using Trigonometric Graphs
The tests can be done without a calculator.
The document is 7 pages in total.
This resource can be printed in black and white or colour.
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Mixed Questions Maths Revision KS3 GCSE Foundation
There are 25 answers on the answer sheet, but only 24 questions.
The challenge is for students to find the extra answer and create their own question for it.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 – the 25 answers for students to cross off.
• Worksheet 2 – the 24 questions.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
To practice: -
• Squares, cubes and square roots
• Area and Perimeter
• Double and half
• Fractions of a quantity
• Percentages of numbers
• Decimal multiplication
• Multiples
• Prime Numbers
• Subtraction
• Division
• Metres to centimetres and hours to minutes conversions
• Degrees in a right angle
• Probability
✽ Directions:
Give each student a question sheet and an answer sheet.
Students answer all the 24 questions and cross them off on the answer sheet.
There will be one number left over, so you can easily check if they are getting it right.
Encourage the students to make up their own questions for the left-over answer.
✦ Notes:
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
These questions should take at least half an hour for students to complete.
They can be done without a calculator.
✷ Suggestions:
• You could make this into a timed challenge for students.
• This resource can be used as a worksheet, or you can read out the questions and let students cross off their answers in a quiz/bingo style.
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Easter Maths Simplifying Algebra Collecting Like Terms Equivalent Expressions Maths Colouring Activity. This is great for Easter fun!
Students will collect like terms to generate equivalent expressions.
For example, simplifying the expression 5e – 2a – 3e + 4a
✦ Notes:
There are 28 questions. Each answer occurs twice, once with a number and once with a colour.
The matching colour can then be used to colour the picture in a fun colour by number activity.
This activity should take around an hour to complete.
All answers are included, so you can easily mark students work.
The resource is printed in black and white for the students to colour in.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• One worksheet with 28 questions on simplifying algebraic expressions by collecting like terms.
• One answer key sheet for students to fill in.
• One colour by number picture for students to colour in.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Collecting like terms.
• Simplifying algebraic expressions.
• Adding and subtracting the terms of linear expressions.
• Identifying when two expressions are equivalent by simplifying.
• Adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.
✽ Directions:
Print out the 3 pages for each student:
• the sheet of questions
• the colouring answer key sheet
• the colouring picture
Save paper by having the students share the question sheet.
✷ Suggestions:
Students can cut out their completed picture and use it to glue onto an Easter greeting card.
Or use them to make a classroom display.
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KS2 SATS Maths
There are 8 worksheets with a total of 86 questions.
These worksheets are perfect practice for the KS2 SATS Maths Paper 1.
All answers are included, as well as a front sheet for the children to record their scores.
Topics include:
Basic operations (add, subtract, multiply, divide with various numbers of digits)
Decimals (add, subtract, multiply, divide)
Square numbers
Fractions (add, subtract, multiply and divide including some mixed numbers)
Order of operations (BIDMAS, BODMAS)
All questions are non-calculator.
Individual worksheets can be used as practice questions, tests or homework.
This document is 17 pages in total.
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Christmas Maths Angles Bearings and Scale Drawings
A fun activity for Christmas!
All answers are included.
Your students will use the bearings and directions given to draw a map of a Christmas market.
The scale is 1cm = 50 metres. All measurements are metric.
There are then 3 worksheets of questions about the Christmas market involving bearings and measurements.
There are 2 versions of this resource so that you can print in black and white or color.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• A Christmas Market map for students to complete.
• A directions sheet with the distances and bearings of all the Christmas market stalls.
• 3 worksheets with a total of 16 questions to complete after drawing the map.
• Teachers notes.
• All answers and model map solution.
✦ Objectives:
This resource has been designed to practice:
• Bearings
• North, South, East and West directions
• Scale drawings
• Measuring lengths accurately
• Drawing and measuring angles accurately
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
This resource can be printed in black and white or colour.
You could laminate the directions sheet for students to share.
Or display for your class on a smartboard.
✦ Notes:
Students will need a ruler and protractor for this activity.
These questions should take at least an hour for students to complete.
All answers are included, as well as a completed map so that you can easily mark students work.
Note that your students’ answers will vary slightly depending on how accurately they have drawn their maps.
✷ Suggestions:
You could give the students a large sheet of coloured paper to draw their maps.
These could then be used for a classroom display.
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New Year Maths 2024 Secret Codes Crack the Code Maths Code Breaker Start of the Year Activities Fun Maths.
There are 3 secret codes to decipher, each with a New Year’s message to decode. Students calculate the value of each letter and then decode instructions to answer questions. All answers are included.
✎ Contents:
This resource includes:
• Worksheet 1 - Secret decoder key 1 with 26 maths questions, one for each letter of the alphabet.
• Worksheet 2 - Secret message 1 written using the numerical answers for each letter. Students decode the secret message and fill in the missing answers.
• Worksheet 3 - Secret decoder key 2 with 26 maths questions, one for each letter of the alphabet.
• Worksheet 4 - Secret message 2 written using the numerical answers for each letter. Students decode the secret message and fill in the missing answers.
• Worksheet 5 - Secret decoder key 3 with 26 maths questions, one for each letter of the alphabet.
• Worksheets 6 & 7 - Secret message 3 written using the numerical answers for each letter. Students decode the secret message and fill in the missing answers.
• 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
• Square and Cube Numbers
• Prime Numbers
• Double and Half
• Hexagons
• Spheres
• Multiples
• Units of Time
✽ Directions:
Print out a set of worksheets for each student.
They can be printed in black and white.
✦ 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:
This resource is best used in January as it mentions New Year resolutions.
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