I create mathematics powerpoint and other resources for Key Stages 1, 2, 3 & 4, which are designed to clearly explain topics. These can be presented by the teacher, or accessed by individual students.
I can create bespoke resources.
Most KS2 and KS4 Maths Topics are in Bundles, as are the KS1 Powerpoint Mental Starters, or available separately If you'd like a bespoke bundle, please tell me the items you would like in it, and I will do this, at a discount of about 30% off total price.

I create mathematics powerpoint and other resources for Key Stages 1, 2, 3 & 4, which are designed to clearly explain topics. These can be presented by the teacher, or accessed by individual students.
I can create bespoke resources.
Most KS2 and KS4 Maths Topics are in Bundles, as are the KS1 Powerpoint Mental Starters, or available separately If you'd like a bespoke bundle, please tell me the items you would like in it, and I will do this, at a discount of about 30% off total price.

A Powerpoint to explain Ratio and Proportion. This powerpoint has 33 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Also there are three Ratio worksheets. Designed for KS2.
Topics covered in the powerpoint are:
Introducing Ratios
Simplifying Ratios
Solving Problems with Ratios
Introducing Proportion
Solving Problems with Proportions
Amended on 29 May 2020

A Powerpoint to explain Reading Scales. This powerpoint has 29 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Designed for KS2. Examples of reading scales from measuring cylinders and weighing scales are used.
Also included is a 2 sided A4 pdf worksheet, “Measuring Cylinders”. Side 1 contains 15 diagrams of measuring cylinders which pupils give the value shown, and side 2 contains 15 diagrams where pupils have to shade these to show the given value. Answers are also included.

A Powerpoint to explain Types of Data. This powerpoint has 18 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.
This covers:
Qualitative and Quantitative Data
Discrete and Continuous Data
Also included is a one sided A4 pdf worksheet, containing 15 questions where pupils have to tick the relevant box to indicate the type of data given. Answers are also given.

A Powerpoint looking at Line Graphs. plus a two sided A4 PDF worksheet.
The powerpoint has 14 slides (Plus one title and one end slide).
There are four examples looking at how to draw line graphs, followed by 10 example questions based on the 4th Line graph drawn.
The worksheet has two questions involving drawing line graphs from a given table of data, and a third question has 10 individual questions to be answered based on a given line graph.
Designed for KS2.
Fully Up to Date.

A bright and colourful Powerpoint to explain Bar Charts, plus a two sided A4 pdf worksheet. This powerpoint has 18 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Designed for KS2. The powerpoint covers bar charts with vertical bars and also with horizontal bars.
The worksheet, “Rainfall Bar Charts” has a bar chart on side 1 with 10 questions, and pupils are asked to draw another bar chart on side 2 and answer 10 more questions about this.
Revised 23 May 2020

Graphs of Linear Equations KS3
PLEASE NOTE: Added on 1 Feb 2021.
Introductory Price for a couple of weeks of £2.50, then this resource will increase to £3.50.
This individual powerpoint presentation is from the KS3 Maths Topics Series.
It contains 55 slides (Plus a title and end slide), so there are lots of examples. This is an ideal resource which you will enjoy using to explain Graphs of Linear Equations to your classes for years to come.
The powerpoint explains:
Equations of Straight Lines Graphs
Rearranging Equations of Straight Line Graphs
Gradients and y axis Crossing Points of Straight Line Graphs
Finding Gradients of Straight Lines (3 Methods)
Finding the Equation of a Straight Line Graph (Examples in 1 quadrant and in all 4 quadrants)

Powers and Roots for KS3 Maths
This individual powerpoint presentation is from the KS3 Maths Topics Series.
It contains 65 slides (Plus a title and end slide), so there are lots of examples. This is an ideal resource which you will enjoy using to explain Powers and Roots to your classes for years to come.
The powerpoint explains:
Squaring and Square Numbers
Cubing and Cube Numbers
Power of 4 and Power of 5
Positive Whole Number Powers
The Power of Zero
Square Roots
Cube Roots
Negative Whole Number Powers

A bright and stimulating Powerpoint to explain Negative Numbers. This powerpoint has 12 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Designed for KS2.
The topics in the powerpoint are:
Negative Numbers
Negative Numbers: A Number Line
Putting Negative Numbers in the Correct Order
Adding and Subtracting Negative Numbers
Both the original powerpoint, and the new one (with new title and end slides) are included.

Fractions for KS3 Maths
This mammoth powerpoint presentation is from my Key Stage 3 Maths Topics Product, and explains the following Fractions Topics for Key Stage 3 Mathematics:
Introduction
Equivalent Fractions
Making Equivalent Fractions
Simplifying Fractions
Converting between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
Converting a Mixed Number into an Improper Fraction
Converting an Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number
Adding Fractions, and Adding Fractions containing Mixed Numbers
Subtracting Fractions, and Subtracting Fractions containing Mixed Numbers
Finding a Fraction of an Amount
Multiplying Fractions, and Multiplying Fractions containing Mixed Numbers
Dividing Fractions, and Dividing Fractions containing Mixed Numbers
There are 103 slides in this powerpoint presentation, so there are plenty of examples to explain this topic. This is an idea tool for explaining Fractions to your classes for years to come.
The powerpoint is fully editable if desired, and is priced to reflect the amount of material it contains.
Hope you like this and are able to leave a positive review. Please check out all of my other Mathematics resources for Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4.

A Powerpoint to explain Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. This powerpoint has 18 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Designed for KS2, and the animations will make the explanation clear to pupils. You will love using this to explain dividing by the various powers of 10.
Both the original and new design versions of the powerpoint are included.

A fantastic collection of 135 Powerpoint Presentations to explain Maths Topics at KS4.
An invaluable resources for your entire teaching career.
Some key features:
• Number, Algebra, Shape, Handling Data, Ratio, Measures are all included.
• Powerpoints clearly explain topics, with examples.
• Work through explanations can be used by teacher, or pupil to work on their own.
• Variable numbers of slides depending on topics. Some topics have a few slides, others have up to 30 or so.
• Save time planning explanations.
• Make topics clear and easy for pupils to understand.
This price is for one individual user (Unless you purchase the full school licence), and at less than 50p per powerpoint, this offers exceptional value. I’ll only keep them at this price for a short time, to allow everyone to be able to afford these.
You can also purchase a school licence here.
I’ve included some PDFs which show up in the preview, so that you can see a slide from each of the powerpoints, and there’s also a list of all the presentations available.
All the powerpoints are available individually in my shop should you wish to purchase an individual one.
You may be interested in a couple of my free resources (Created a while ago, and not necessarily the same format):
[https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fidget-spinner-maths-free-version-11899468]
[https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/christmas-maths-powerpoints-3-free-powerpoints-11789606]

Equality and Inequality Symbols for KS3
This individual powerpoint presentation is from the KS3 Maths Topics Series.
It contains 25 slides (Plus a title and end slide), so there are lots of examples. This is an ideal resource which you will enjoy using to explain equality and inequality symbols to your classes for years to come.
The powerpoint explains:
Equality and Inequality Symbols
“Equal to” Symbol
“Not Equal to” Symbol
“Less Than” Symbol
“Greater Than” Symbol
“Less Than or Equal to” Symbol
“Greater Than or Equal to” Symbol

A Powerpoint to explain Function Machines. This powerpoint has 20 slides (plus one title and one end slide). Designed for KS2.
There are examples of both single and double function machines.

A short Powerpoint to explain Pictograms. This powerpoint has 10 slides (Including one title and one end slide). There are two different pictograms, and 4 questions for each. Designed for KS4 / GCSE.

Percentages for KS3 Maths
This individual powerpoint presentation is from the KS3 Maths Topics Series.
It contains 55 slides (Plus a title and end slide), so there are lots of examples. This is an ideal resource which you will enjoy using to explain Percentages to your classes for years to come.
The powerpoint explains:
Defining Percentage
Finding a Percentage of an Amount
Writing One Number as a Percentage of Another
Percentage Change
Finding an Original Amount

This looks at types of Numbers: Natural, Integers, Rational and Real. Then Factors, Prime Number and Prime Factor. It looks at a method for writing numbers as a product of Prime Factors, and then a way of writing terminating and recurring decimals as fractions. You will need Powerpoint 2003 or later for the animarions to work properly. Hope you find it useful.
Other topics covered: Numbers
This is one of my much earlier works - My paid products are much better :)
Edited on 5 July 2018