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 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 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 Powerpoint to explain how to find Best Value for Money. This powerpoint has 8 slides (Plus one title and one end slide), so there are five examples in total. Designed for KS2.
Also included is a two sided A4 PDF worksheet, containing 12 questions. Full answers are also provided
Both the original powerpoint and the newly designed one are included

A short Powerpoint looking at Misleading Graphs. This powerpoint has 6 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS2.
There are two examples of bar charts, and an example of a line graph.

A Powerpoint to explain how to read a train timetable. This powerpoint has 22 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Three different timetables are used in the examples. Designed for KS2.
Also included is an A4 worksheet with 12 questions plus answers.
I’ve also added the new powerpoint using different title slides and slightly modified layout.

A Powerpoint to explain the Product Rule for Counting. This powerpoint has 16 slides (PLUS one title and one end slide).
The first slide gives the main rule, and there are:
4 slides with examples which show how to find the number of possibilities, together with a tree diagram to show these,
1 information slide,
10 slides with examples using larger numbers, situations where are there more than two “events”, or situations where there are duplicate possibilities (doubles), requiring multiplication then halving.
Revised with more slides on: 26 Feb 2020
Designed for KS4 / GCSE.

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

A Powerpoint to explain Straight Line Graphs. This powerpoint has 20 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.
Topics covered are:
Vertical Graphs
Horizontal Graphs
Diagonal Graphs

A short Powerpoint to explain Frequency Tables and Grouped Frequency Tables. This powerpoint has 6 slides, (Plus one title and one end slide), containing a total of 6 examples. The first two examples show frequency tables, and the other two show grouped frequency Tables. Designed for KS4 / GCSE.
Also included in a 2 sided A4 pdf worksheet “Frequency Tables and Grouped Frequency Tables”, containing 6 questions. Answers are also given.
UPDATED on 6 March 2020 (Examples in Powerpoint increased from 4 to 6)
This item offers better value for money when bought as part of the Statistics and Probability Bundle.

A Powerpoint to explain Plans and Elevations. This powerpoint has 7 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.
Revised on 28 May 2020

A Powerpoint to explain Types of Data (Discrete and Continuous) (. This powerpoint has 13 slides (Plus one title and one end slide). Designed for KS2.
Revised on 31 May 2020

A Powerpoint to explain Tessellations. This powerpoint has 9 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.
Topics covered are:
Tessellations
Tessellating Triangles
Tessellating Quadrilaterals
Example Tessellations Question

10 Fantastic Powerpoint Mental Starters to promote Cross Curricular Numeracy. This set looks at Numeracy in PE. Each of the 10 powerpoints has 20 questions, with the answer following each question, so these can be used not only as starter activities, but at any point in the lesson.
They could be used in a mathematics lesson to develop numeracy skills using topics in PE as a backdrop, or alternatively in a PE theory lesson so focus on the numerical elements of some PE topics.
The 10 powerpoints are:
2012 Olympic Medal Bar Chart
This looks at a “triple bar chart” showing the number of gold, silver and bronze medals won by 6 countries in the 2012 Olympic games. There are 20 questions related to this bar chart.
Average Speed
This uses given distances and times for races to calculate the average speed, in metres per second.
Body Mass Index
This gives the BMI formula and students are required, with the aid of a calculator, to calculate BMI values from given data, and determine which weight category this relates to.
Cardiac Output
With the aid of a calculator, students are asked to find the missing values in the Cardiac Output equation given.
Heart Rate Graphs
20 questions for students to answer using the heart rate against time graphs given.
Marathon Fractions and Percentages
From the figures for each marathon race, students are asked to give the fractions and percentages asked in the questions.
Snooker Angles
The animated path of a ball on a snooker table is shown, and students are then asked to calculate angles in straight lines from the given angles.
Sports Equipment Purchases
In each question, a different sports item, together with the cost per item is given, and students are asked to calculate the total cost for purchasing the given number of items.
Sports Pictograms
10 questions each for two different pictograms are given - 20 questions in total.
Swimming Data
A table of swimming data is given, and questions are asked using the data in this table.

Winter Snowflake Dice Activity
An ideal low cost resource for the Winter Term.
This fun but educational activity looks at nets of solids, tally charts, and bar charts.
Pupils’ work from this activity could make an ideal classroom display, and is suitable for pupils of varying age and activities.
This PDF resource involves pupils making both a cube and a tetrahedron from the given nets (which can be photocopied onto card).
The faces of the cube have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 snowflakes on them, and the Tetrahedron faces have 1, 2, 3, or 4 snowflakes on them (which could be decorated by the pupils before assembling the solid).
Each of the solids is then rolled 60 times, and the number it lands on is recorded in a tally chart. This is then used to draw a bar chart, and comments on the bar chart can be made.
The 5 pages of the PDF are:
A page of instructions
A page with a Net for the Cube
A page with two nets for the Tetrahedron (in two different sizes)
A page to record the tally chart, bar chart and comments for the Cube
A page to record the tally chart, car chart and comments for the Tetrahedron
The pupils then use these solids to make a tally chart.
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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