LittleStreams was set up in 2014 by educators and graphic designers Rebekah Humphrey-Bullen and Samuel Lovegrove. We make high quality, affordable resources for teachers and tutors, including worksheets, games, task cards and revision flash cards.

LittleStreams was set up in 2014 by educators and graphic designers Rebekah Humphrey-Bullen and Samuel Lovegrove. We make high quality, affordable resources for teachers and tutors, including worksheets, games, task cards and revision flash cards.

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.
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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).

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).
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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

These 30 follow me cards are a great way to revise percentage of amounts including increasing and decreasing. 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.

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.

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 geometry. 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 questions, including topics new to the GCSE. This includes equation of a circle and circle theorems, proof with similar triangles, arcs, sectors and segments, volume including cones and spheres, invariant points in transformations, englargement with area, advanced polygon questions involving proof, trigonometry with sine and cosine rule and area of a triangle, special trigonometric values without a calculator, pythagoras in 3D, and vectors.
Topics are as follows:
-Equation of a Circle
-Circle Theorems
-Congruence & Similarity
-Arcs, Sectors & Segments
-Volume
-Invariant Points
-Enlargement
-Advanced Polygons
-Trigonometry
-Trigonometric Values
-3D Pythagoras
-Vectors

With the fidget spinners being the latest craze, why not use them in your lessons or one to one activities. This pack gets students to give the solutions to times table questions before the fidget spinner has finished spinning.
You will need your own fidget spinner.
There are 6 sheets with the following times tables: 1’s & 2’s, 5’s & 10’s, 3’s & 6’s, 4’s & 8’s, 9’s & 11’s and 7’s & 12’s.

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

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 algebra. The design of a card 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 rearranging fractional equations, expanding more than one brackets, manipulating and solving algebraic fractions with both addition and division, algebraic proofs that include some well known theories, as well as some rewriting of equation questions, factorising, completing the square and solving of quadratic equations and inequalities where the coefficient of x^2 is greater than one, as well as where the question is set up through scenarios, finding the nth term of quadratic sequences and working with the Fibonacci sequence, working with quadratic simultaneous equations, composite and inverse functions, and a variety of graph transformation questions.
Topics are as follows:
-Rearranging Equations
-Binomials
-Algebraic Fractions
-Algebraic Proof
-Quadratics Sequences
-Quadratic Inequalities
-Simultaneous Equations
-Functions
-Transformations
Updated 04/09/17
Included extra step in solutions to Q9
Simplified instructions on Q17 and Q37
Changed Q38 completely after recent GCSE to be better suited.
Corrected following typos: Q1b answer, Q4 answer, Q5 answer, Q34 on card, Q36 answer
Previous purchasers download again for latest version.

This collection of activities, games and worksheets consists of our very best products designed to make for a fun and productive revision for GCSE revision. Aimed mainly at foundation level, it covers everything from properties of shapes to angles, area to Pythagoras.
If bought separately, this bundle would cost you £35, but we are offering it for a huge discount of £19.99.
Included in this bundle are:
- Area Wars Card Game for areas of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, trapeziums and compound shapes. (Solutions Included)
- Area Dominoes for areas of rectangles, triangles and compound shapes. (Solutions Included)
- Properties of Quadrilaterals Flash Cards
- Properties of Quadrilaterals Matching Card Game (Solutions Included)
- Properties of 3D Shape Flash Cards
- Propperties of 3D Shapes Matching Activity (Including nets)
- Measuring Angles Worksheet (Solutions Included)
- Missing Angle Card Game (Solutions Included)
- Triangle Construction Card Game (Solutions Included)
- Pythagoras Theorem Follow Me Cards (Solutions Included)
- Geometry Task Cards 24 questions all differentiated 4 ways (96 cards) set up as the new GCSE 9-1 style questions including questions on circles, coordinates, triangles, Pythagoras, missing angles, and transformations. (Solutions Included)

This bundle contains a variety of different activities, games and worksheets to support GCSE revision. If bought independently, the ten resources would cost £34, but we are offering it for £19.99, a saving of over 40%.
Included in this bundle are:
- Algebra Task Cards - 24 questions differentiated 4 ways on a variety of algebra topics from patterns, to writing and solving equations (solutions Included)
- Linear Equations Rummy Card Game (solutions included)
- Quadratic Rummy Card Game (solutions included)
- Rearranging Equations Race Card Game (Solutions Included)
- Substitution Bingo (Solutions Included)
- Combining Terms Follow Me Cards (Solutions Included)
- Solving Linear Equations Follow Me Cards (Solutions Included)
- Straight Line Graphs Worksheets (Solutions Included)
- Patterns and Sequences Worksheets for practising sequences and nth term. A final sheet offers a challenge for the new higher paper of the 9-1 GCSE. (Solutions Included)
- Manipulating Algebra Worksheets for practising combining terms, substitution and factorising & expanding brackets. (Solutions Included).
Also included for your convenience are three of our free items - our free task card sampler (providing a further 8 questions, 32 cards), simplifying terms card game, and posters on straight line graphs.

Suitable for the New GCSE 9-1 GCSE Revision
What’s in this pack?
This pack contains a set of 8 questions on the subject of Algebra free of charge to give you a sample of our task cards. The questions in this pack are unique to our main task card bundle, which can be purchased here.
The questions include simple real life situations, nth term questions and sequences, working with simple algebraic equations, and geometry related questions. The cards introduce the idea that algebra has a function in the real world, providing a strong base for the continued learning of Algebra.
Each question is differentiated in 4 ways across 4 cards. The easiest are the Red Questions and then the Yellow. The Green cards offer a little more challenge by asking additional questions, and finally the Challenge cards are designed to push the most able.
*4 Levels of Differentiation
*Red, Yellow, Green & Challenge

This pack is filled with worksheet activities covering combining like terms, expand and factorise expressions and substitution. All worksheets are differentiated to three levels, offering supported worksheets, as well as worksheets which challenge the most able students. Answer sheets are also included for all worksheets.
Term Trees introduce students to like terms, the essential knowledge needed to successfully combine like terms. Combing Terms Pyramid then puts this knowledge into practice. Geometry in Algebra goes one step further, and applies combining terms knoeledge to geometry scenarios.
The final combining like terms worksheet is a fun activity; a crossword. Students collect terms on a worksheet, and then put their answers in the crossword sheet. Each differentiated worksheet has the same questions, but to make things easier for some students, we have included some terms in spaces to give a clue. This is also great for self checking answers.
The next two worksheets focus on expanding and factorising, and is a standard worksheet with questions on both expanding brackets and factorising terms with one set of brackets (linear equations). For the challenging questions, this includes simple quadratics with one bracket; ie x(x+2). The second of these worksheets is an unusual activity combining area of shapes as a form of setting up equations to then factorise.
The final two worksheets looks at substitution. The first consists of a grid; the rows gives the value of x and y, and the columns give the expression to be substituted. The second is a collection of questions about substitution which includes an applied question to do with the temperature conversion equation and knowledge of commutative expressions.
All the worksheets in this pack focus on the essential manipuation skills of algebra needed to work with algebra effectively.
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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.

These clip cards are a great way to test students’ ability to take a group of objects and share it between a given number using a physical multiple choice system. It includes 36 cards covering questions from ‘shared between two’ to ‘shared between ten’. 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.

These clip cards are a great way to test students’ ability to take a group of objects and multiply it by a given number using a physical multiple choice system. It includes 44 cards covering questions from ‘twice as many’ to ‘twelve times as many’. 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.

These clip cards are a great way to test students’ ability to subtract from a given number of objects using a physical multiple choice system. It includes 40 cards covering questions from ‘one less than’ to ‘ten less than’. 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.

These clip cards are a great way to test students’ ability to add to a given number of objects using a physical multiple choice system. It includes 40 cards covering questions from ‘one more than’ to ‘ten more than’. 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.