# Mr Houldsworth's Shop

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My resources are all free! And all maths...at the moment!

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My resources are all free! And all maths...at the moment!

#### Two Way Tables Practice

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A resource designed to help students practise two way tables. Differentiated to increase in difficulty. Some questions, gratefully, taken from other sources.

#### Substituting into Formulae

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A worksheet cobbled together for substituting into formula. Questions taken from CIMT and formatted to cater for needs of the class. Please note that this only focuses on substituting, not rearranging, even when the questions get harder.

#### Averages from a Frequency Table

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Structured worksheet designed to build and aid understanding of averages from a frequency table.

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A worksheet cobbled together to help students practise reading and interpreting time series graphs.

#### Working with Proportion

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A basic activity to encourage students to work with proportion and to learn the unitary method.

#### Averages Problem Solving in Context

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I wanted to bring my maths classroom closer to the real world, and specifically the problems and changes that we face. I wanted a resource that would raise awareness of important issues in society, invite discussion in a maths classroom, and spur action. So these resources place key skills of working with averages in the context of society’s challenges. **Students work with mean, mode, median, and interpretations of these. ** It provides an opportunity to practice problem solving in new contexts, and highlights the power that maths has to quantify issues and help address them. The numbers and statistics are all very close to the real numbers, often rounded to make it easier to work with in a classroom. Feel free to add your own and adjust and help take maths into the world and its challenges!

#### Fractions Problem Solving in Context

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I wanted to bring my maths classroom closer to the real world, and specifically the problems and changes that we face. I wanted a resource that would raise awareness of important issues in society, invite discussion in a maths classroom, and spur action. So these resources place key fraction skills in the context of society’s challenges. **Students work with fraction change and fractions of amounts. ** It provides an opportunity to practice problem solving in new contexts, and highlights the power that maths has to quantify issues and help address them. The numbers and statistics are all very close to the real numbers, often rounded to make it easier to work with in a classroom. Feel free to add your own and adjust and help take maths into the world and its challenges!

#### Spot the Mistakes Scatter Graphs

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An activity designed to get students to identify, discuss and rectify mistakes in an example question. Print off individually or for pairs and discuss at the board.

#### Spot the Mistakes Basic Plotting Linear Graphs

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An activity designed to help students with misconceptions. Students need to identify, discuss and rectify mistakes in the three questions. Print out individually or for pairs and put up on the board to discuss.

#### Recipes New Maths GCSE

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A worksheet of questions I put together to try to help students prepare for the style of questions common on the new GCSE.

#### Expanding Brackets with Algebra

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A worksheet for practising expanding brackets.

#### Inequalities on Number Lines

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An activity designed to support students struggling with inequalities and number lines, keeping it simple.

#### Basic Forming and Solving Equations

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An introductory resource for forming and solving equations, designed to help lower sets prepare for the skills of inverse operations.

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A worksheet with scaffolding designed to help lower sets.

#### Fractions of Amounts

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Worksheet designed for lower sets struggling with fractions of amounts, adopting the approach of dividing into boxes.

#### Increasing and Decreasing by a Fraction

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Worksheet designed to support lower sets with increasing or decreasing by a fraction.

#### Spot the Mistakes Lines of Best Fit

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An activity designed to help students with misconceptions. Students need to identify, discuss and rectify mistakes in the GCSE question. Print out individually or for pairs and put up on the board to discuss.

#### Creating and Understanding Frequency Tables

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An activity for a bottom set to help them understand how frequency tables are created.

#### Ratio Problem Solving in Context

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I wanted to bring my maths classroom closer to the real world, and specifically the problems and changes that we face. I wanted a resource that would raise awareness of important issues in society, invite discussion in a maths classroom, and spur action. So these resources place key ratio skills in the context of society’s challenges. **Students work with ratios, interpreting ratios, and 1:n. ** It provides an opportunity to practice problem solving in new contexts, and highlights the power that maths has to quantify issues and help address them. The numbers and statistics are all very close to the real numbers, often rounded to make it easier to work with in a classroom. Feel free to add your own and adjust and help take maths into the world and its challenges!

#### Basic Division Practice

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A worksheet for basic division practice using a box method.