I trained as a teacher of secondary Mathematics and evolved into a Computing teacher as well. I offer mainly Mathematics resources written for the current Australian Curriculum (NSW). Luckily Mathematics is recognisable all over the world, so I hope that teachers in different countries can use some of my work.

I trained as a teacher of secondary Mathematics and evolved into a Computing teacher as well. I offer mainly Mathematics resources written for the current Australian Curriculum (NSW). Luckily Mathematics is recognisable all over the world, so I hope that teachers in different countries can use some of my work.

A double sided worksheet with solutions. Students need to be able to identify the length, width and height of a rectangular prism and calculate its volume. They then need to be able to construct two other different rectangular prisms with the same volume. Students will gain a deeper knowledge of volume of prisms.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-11MG selects and uses the appropriate unit to estimate, measure and calculate volumes and capacities, and converts between units of capacity

A set of 3 single sided worksheets with solutions. These start with an example of a two-way table, examples of how to interpret it and questions for the student to answer. The second worksheet has a partly completed two-way table with further questions for the student. The third worksheet takes the student through construction of a two-way table.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-18SP uses appropriate methods to collect data and construct, interprets and evaluates data displays, including dot plots, line graphs and two-way tables.

This is a rich ICT based task with a need for the student to create a logical story with more than one possible ending.
The software used is the presentation software PowerPoint.
Instructions on inserting hyperlinks are included for the student.
The student will need to use literacy skills as well as technological skills.
The level is dependent on the support offered to students.
A marking rubric is included.

Easy equation solving jigsaw and answer sheet. Can be used as a review at the end of a lesson.
An alternative task can be prepared by copying the answer sheet onto different coloured sheets of paper (enough for half your class) and laminating them. Cut out all the shapes from each sheet and place into a small resealable plastic bag. You would then have a class activity for pairs of students that could be reused many times.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-10NA uses algebraic techniques to solve linear and quadratic equations

A literacy activity with answers, for students to familiarise themselves with the vocabulary associated with the topic of Financial Mathematics.
Can be used at the end of a lesson as a review.

A worksheet with worked solutions.
Students need to use a pronumeral to represent the unknown number They then need to write an equation and solve it to find the value of the unknown number.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-8NA generalises number properties to operate with algebraic expressions

A double sided worksheet with answers. Students can use matchsticks to help them construct patterns, make predictions and describe patterns. A good activity for students working in pairs to discuss their solutions.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-8NA analyses and creates geometric and number patterns, constructs and completes number sentences, and locates points on the Cartesian plane

Two doubled sided worksheets with solutions. Students work out the answers to the questions by applying their knowledge of the main four compass directions.
Suitable for a lesson or as an introduction to compass directions.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-17MG locates and describes positions on maps using grid-reference system

A 3 page activity with worked solutions. Students need to construct different Fibonacci number patterns by varying the starting numbers. They need to identify even numbers and look for any patterns. They need to graph their answers and note the shapes formed. They need to find the area of a number of squares that can be arranged into a large rectangle and find its area.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-8NA analyses and creates geometric and number patterns, constructs and completes number sentences, and locates points on the Cartesian plane

An activity with solutions where students need to construct quadrilaterals given their diagonals, identify them, then complete their diagonal properties.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-17MG classifies, describes and uses the properties of triangles and quadrilaterals, and determines congruent triangles to find unknown side lengths and angles

A series of 3 worksheet with solutions.
Students are asked to work out the area and perimeter of various rectangles, emphasising the difference between these two concepts. The worksheets increase in difficulty.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-9MG selects and uses the appropriate unit and device to measure lengths and distances, calculates perimeters, and converts between units of length
MA3-10MG selects and uses the appropriate unit to calculate areas, including areas of squares, rectangles and triangles

A series of 4 worksheet with solutions. These cover fractions, decimals, integers and mixed numbers on the number line.
Students need to label and position on the number line, as well as using the correct inequality signs and rewriting numbers in ascending/descending order.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-4NA compares, orders and calculates with integers, applying a range of strategies to aid computation; MA4-5NA operates with fractions, decimals and percentages

These worksheets are basic co-ordinate geometry with worked solutions.
They comprise of 2 double sided worksheets on Graphing Lines and Number Plane Review and a single sided worksheet on Harder Midpoint.
Students are led through a series of actions to produce their results and then comment on these.
Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA5.1-6NA determines the gradient and length of an interval, and graphs linear relationships
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A set of 5 graded single sided worksheets with solutions.
A suitable resource for students who need more practice.
The first column could be worked on in class and the second column left for the students to finish for homework.
Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA4-8NA generalises number properties to operate with algebraic expressions.
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Two part activity for students, first is a 2 page activity with triangles then the second is a 3 page activity with quadrilaterals. Answers are provided.
Students need to use the grids to draw a variety of triangle and quadrilateral tessellations. They need to review their knowledge of angle properties and use some problem solving skills.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-18MG identifies and uses angle relationships, including those related to transversals on sets of parallel lines

Three double sided worksheets with worked solutions, and a page of teacher information. Students are slowly led through using distance-time graphs and how speed relates to the graph.
Could be used as a series of lessons. Students need to read from, interpret and draw their own graphs.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-7NA operates with ratios and rates, and explores their graphical representation

A double sided worksheet and a single sided worksheet that link number patterns, tables of values, word descriptions, algebraic descriptions and graphs on the Cartesian plane.
These worksheets allow students to see how a number of mathematical topics cover the same concepts in different ways.
Could be used for Gifted and Talented students.
Full solutions are also provided.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-11NA creates and displays number patterns; graphs and analyses linear relationships; and performs transformations on the Cartesian plane

This is a set of 2 activities helping students understand how to explore the relationship between right-angled triangles and rectangles, leading to finding the area of a right-angled triangle.
The first activity has 2 pages that need to be printed on separate pages because students will need to cut out and assemble rectangles.
The second activity needs a page of cm graph paper.
Full solutions are also provided.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA3-10MG selects and uses the appropriate unit to calculate area, including areas of squares, rectangles and triangles

A series of 3 worksheets ( the first one being double sided) where students need to use their geometrical reasoning skills to work out the answers.
The students are supported by having the geometrical facts also provided on the first worksheet.
Worked solutions are also provided.
(Australian Curriculum) NSW MA4-3WM recognises and explains mathematical relationships using reasoning

This activity can be used as an individual or class investigation of the properties of the tangram.
There are many different types of questions that can be answered. Mathematical thinking, rational numbers, perimeter and area and 2-dimensional shapes are covered.
The teacher could restrict the questions where necessary to cater for individual differences.
A rubric is included for assessment purposes if required.
Many curriculum outcomes are addressed:
Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA3-1WM, MA3-2WM, MA3-3WM, MA3-7NA , MA3-9MG, MA3-10MG, MA3-15MG
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