A PowerPoint presentation and worksheet looking at converting between metric and imperial units. The examples and questions on worksheet have been created using real Guinness World Records. Suitable for KS3 or KS4.
Students need to evaluate sets of four different expressions in order to establish which is the odd one out. Good starter or plenary activity. As an extension, get the students to design their own. Suitable for KS3 or KS4.
This is a useful wall display for the start of term. There is a central poster showing the desired format for a page in a maths exercise book (feel free to edit to suit your school's requirements). There are also eight arrows to go around the outside, pointing towards the poster, detailing the key rules for good presentation in maths.
A full lesson revising areas of 2D shapes, including circles and sectors, along with a little percentages too. Suitable for use with KS4 or KS3. Three different levels of lesson to cover all sets - 'red' is the easiest, then 'orange' with the 'green' lesson being the hardest. A good resource for general revision or use on Pi Day.
A set of activities and cards designed for AS Core students. The tasks build upon GCSE knowledge in a format of problem more suited to A-Level mathematics. The 'Do' and 'Justify' cards detail tasks for the students to complete whilst the 'Think' cards offer hints & useful ideas to consider.
Quizzes involving 12 quick questions (and answers) covering the basic skills students need to know for their A-Level Core 3 & 4 exams such as trigonometric identities, binomial expansion, differentiation & integration of trigonometric functions & exponentials etc. More on their way . . .
Functions revision game covering substituting values into functions i.e. f(3), solving functions and substituting into composite functions i.e. fg(4). Can be played in pairs or larger groups. Suitable for KS4 studying the new GCSE.
This worksheet is designed to help students investigate differentiation from first principles – using the gradients of chords (of ever decreasing length) to approximate the gradient of the curve at a given point.
Loop cards requiring students to estimate calculations by first rounding the numbers involved to 1 significant figure. Could also be used as a treasure hunt around the classroom. Suitable for KS3 or KS4.