Pie Charts Drawing & Interpreting (Worksheets and Treasure Hunt)

Pie Charts Drawing & Interpreting (Worksheets and Treasure Hunt)

This free download is brought to you in collaboration with Number Loving and it combines two fully differentiated resources covering drawing, reading and interpretation of pie charts. The first is a pack of six worksheets by LittleStreams the first four are of increasing difficulty drawing pie charts from tables and another two worksheets of increasingly difficulty drawing pie charts from bar charts. Solutions are provided for each worksheet. The second pack in this free download is a treasure hunt on reading and interpreting pie charts, it is differientated to three levels were the green (hardest) level is suitable for GCSE Higher. Each level consists of ten questions. Again the solutions are provided for teacher reference. You may also enjoy Terms of Use Download is for the use of one teacher only.
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Number - New 9-1 GCSE Maths Grade 8/9 target

Number - New 9-1 GCSE Maths Grade 8/9 target

This pack contains exam style questions for the new 9-1 GCSE on the topic of Number. What’s in this pack? This pack contains 48 exam style question cards covering the new curriculum for the top grades of the new gcse in numer topics. The design of the cards means you can use these in a variety of ways in your classroom; as a starter or a plenary, as extension work, as homework or as a revision tool. An answer key is included. The questions feature some challenging topics including writing recurring decimals as fractions, simplifying surds and rationalising the denominator, working with fractional indices, equations with upper and lower bounds, scenario questions written in standard form, direct and inverse proportion word problems, compound percentage and challenging percentage change and reverse percentage questions. Topics are as follows: -Fraction & Decimals -Surds -Indices -Bounds -Standard Form -Direct & Inverse Proportion -Compound Percentage -Percentage Change -Reverse Percentage
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New GCSE Grade 8/9 target

New GCSE Grade 8/9 target

Our three GCSE maths grade 8/9 target packs on algebra, number and geometry. This normally costs £8 but is on offer for the weekend until the 18th March as part of the SpringSavings sale. See more resources like this HERE
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Fractions Decimals and Percentages Conversion Follow Me Cards

Fractions Decimals and Percentages Conversion Follow Me Cards

These 30 follow me cards are a great way to revise converting between fractions, decimals and percentages, from simple ones where students are encouraged to learn by heart such as 50% 1/2 0.5, through to more challenging conversions such as 3/16 0.1875 18.75%. Play is similar to dominoes, where the cards are placed end to end with the question to the answers, but each question only has one answer. Students connect the questions and answers together forming a chain, with questions steadily getting harder. For extra challenge, don’t use a calculator. Some ideas for how to use follow me cards: Have students race to connect the cards. Have a treasure hunt, around the classroom or outside. Students start with the starter card and record the solutions in the table. Students each take ownership of a card, and then get themselves in line correctly with the answers. If there are more than 30 students, assign some students as ‘managers’. If there are less than 30 students, the first students to connect their cards can be given the remaining cards. Cut each card in half and give the students a matching activity. They can then glue the answers into their books. For an advanced start, begin on page two of the record sheet (the first card number is given). You may also like: Fractions, Decimals and Percentage Matching Activity Fractions, Decimal and Percentage Snap Card Game
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Area of Shapes | Card Game for learning how to measure the area of shapes

Area of Shapes | Card Game for learning how to measure the area of shapes

This game aims to reinforce the skills required to identify the area of various shapes, from rectangles, through triangles to compound shapes and parallelograms. Full rules of play and answer key for all cards are provided in the pack itself. The cards are also printed with easy-cut guides to make preparation fast and simple. This is included in Card Game Bundle 1 You may also like: -Geometry Task Cards -Area Dominoes
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Follow Me Cards - Recurring Decimals as Fractions

Follow Me Cards - Recurring Decimals as Fractions

These 30 follow me cards are a great way to revise converting recurring decimals as fractions from simple ones such as 0.999 (recurring) through to more complicated ones such as 0.7125252525 (recurring). Play is similar to dominoes, where the cards are placed end to end with the question to the answers, but each question only has one answer. Students connect the questions and answers together forming a chain, with questions steadily getting harder. Students should be expected to not use a calculator. Some ideas for how to use follow me cards: Have students race to connect the cards. Have a treasure hunt, around the classroom or outside. Students start with the starter card and record the solutions in the table. Students each take ownership of a card, and then get themselves in line correctly with the answers. If there are more than 30 students, assign some students as ‘managers’. If there are less than 30 students, the first students to connect their cards can be given the remaining cards. Cut each card in half and give the students a matching activity. They can then glue the answers into their books. For an advanced start, begin on page two of the record sheet (the first card number is given).
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Learning to Count BUNDLE

Learning to Count BUNDLE

This bundle contains FIVE products offered as a discount. This bundle contains a Matching Puzzle, Puzzle Strips, Clip Cards, Counting Card Game and Activity Worksheets. Buy all five for just £6. Normall £11.50 when bought separately. Get your bargain now. This bundle includes the following: Pile It Up Card Game Counting Clip Cards 1-10 Counting Matching Game 1-20 Counting Puzzle Strips I Spy Counting Activities
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Card Game Bundle 1 | 5 Games for Basic Math - Fractions, Averages, Area, Angles and Negative Numbers

Card Game Bundle 1 | 5 Games for Basic Math - Fractions, Averages, Area, Angles and Negative Numbers

This pack contains FIVE different printable card games at discount. The pack contains the following games: • Angles | Card Game for learning basic acute and obtuse angles • Area of Shapes | Card Game for learning how to measure the area of shapes • Fractions, Decimals & Percentages Snap | Card Game for learning equivalent values • Negative Integers Battle | Printable Card Game for Negative Number Sums • Averages | Card Game for Learning Mean, Median, Mode & Range
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Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percentages | Worksheets/Printables

Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percentages | Worksheets/Printables

These sheets look at basic conversions. The first looks at the simplest of the conversions; decimals to percentages. It is crucial that students understand that percentages, decimals and fractions refer to the same things. The next worksheet introduces the idea of converting fractions to decimals by using the concept of dividing by 10, 100 or 1000. At the bottom of the page we offer a challenge; the denominators of the fractions are factors of 100. On the first differentiated sheet we offer a hint to students for how to complete this part. Finally we have a whole sheet dedicated to a conversion table. Available as part of a bundle at a discount price which also includes a revision and checklist sheet. You may also like: Fractominoes - Fraction Dominoes Fraction Solitaire Card Game Fractions, Decimals and Percentage Matching Activity
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Fractions Arithmetic Follow Me Cards - A game for revising working with fractions

Fractions Arithmetic Follow Me Cards - A game for revising working with fractions

This pack contains 30 follow me cards and a record sheet for recording answers, with a space for workings out. These 30 follow me cards are a great way to revise arithmetic with fractions. Play is similar to dominoes, where the cards are placed end to end with the question to the answers, but each question only has one answer. Students connect the questions and answers together forming a chain, with questions steadily getting harder. Starting with addition of fractions with the same denominators, the questions quickly progress to addition and subtraction with di erent denominators, multiplication and division with fractions, including mixed numbers. Some ideas for how to use follow me cards: -Have students race to connect the cards. -Have a treasure hunt, around the classroom or outside. Students start with the starter card and record the solutions in the table. -Students each take ownership of a card, and then get themselves in line correctly with the answers. If there are more than 30 students, assign some students as ‘managers’. If there are less than 30 students, the first students to connect their cards can be given the remaining cards. - Cut each card in half and give the students a matching activity. They can then glue the answers into their books.
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I Spy Counting Activities

I Spy Counting Activities

A selection of 10 activity sheets to help students learn how to count objects within a scene. Colour and shape recognition skills can be exercised with this pack. Also included is a bonus Christmas themed sheet, for a festive treat. This activity is available as part of our learning to count bundle
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Fraction of Amount - Clip Cards

Fraction of Amount - Clip Cards

These clip cards are a great way to test students’ ability to find fractions of objects using a physical multiple choice system. It includes 36 cards covering questions from ‘half of’ to ‘four fifths of’. The given possible answers have been carefully chosen to allow teachers to spot any misconceptions students may have about the topic. The idea of this activity is that students work out the answer to a given question, then clip a clothespin/ peg or a paperclip to what they think is the correct answer. This activity works equally well when the cards are laminated. Students simply circle the correct answer using a dry erase marker. Alternatively, you can print these on paper, hand out to your class at the end of the lesson, so they can put their names on and circle the correct answer, serving as a great exit ticket/plenary to the lesson. These cards are in colour, but print equally well in grey scale for cost savings.
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