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Maths and science resources with a focus on fun ideas

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Maths and science resources with a focus on fun ideas

A fun end of term quiz with a twist! There are 5 rounds.
All of the answers to the questions are body parts. It makes students think outside the box!
e.g. What is the name of a baby cow? Calf
e.g. What is the centre of a cyclone or storm called? Eye
e.g. Another word for student? Pupil

This cut and paste activity is aimed at students learning how to complete tables of values given a linear equation. This maths worksheet is aimed at middle school or lower high school students. It would also make a great homework sheet.

This worksheet allows students to practise graphing linear equations using a table of values or from using the slope-intercept form (y=mx+c). The tables of values are differentiated.
The aim is to graph the five linear equations, and match the equation to the monster.

Differentiated worksheets: 2 levels
This Colour by Number is aimed at upper primary or lower secondary school students learning how to simplify expressions by collecting like terms.
Colour by Numbers are an excellent ‘self checking’ activity to use with students beginning algebra. The students answer the question, then colour in the appropriate sections. Students immediately know if their answer is correct or not based on if they can find the answer in the colouring section.
If you like this collecting like terms worksheet, then you may like the other colour by number worksheets in my shopfactorising and expanding brackets by applying the distributive law.

An alphabet-style word wall for maths. The words are appropriate for upper primary and high school aged students.

These printable posters are useful for all ages - from lower primary to high school. They teach students the skip counting (or jump counting) method rather than simple reading a poster. They are also useful for teaching factors and multiples and division.
Each number (2-9) can be printed on it’s own page - A4 or A3 is best, depending on the size of your classroom.

Bundle

This bundle contains 4 algebra worksheets to engage students in upper primary and lower high school. The 3 Colour-by-Number worksheets are engaging and allow students to self-check their work. The “Intro to Algebra” worksheet has 3 differentiated levels and is a great revision sheet or can be used as a diagnostic

The worksheet has three differentiated levels. The worksheets review simplifying algebraic expressions and expanding brackets.

Differentiated worksheets: 2 levels
This Colour by Number is aimed at upper primary or lower secondary school students learning how to simplify expressions by collecting like terms.
Colour by Numbers are an excellent ‘self checking’ activity to use with students beginning algebra. The students answer the question, then colour in the appropriate sections. Students immediately know if their answer is correct or not based on if they can find the answer in the colouring section.
If you like this collecting like terms worksheet, then you may like the other colour by number worksheets in my shopfactorising and expanding brackets by applying the distributive law.

This Colour by Number is aimed at upper primary or lower secondary school students learning how to factorise simple algebraic expressions.
Colour by Numbers are an excellent ‘self checking’ activity to use with students beginning algebra. The students answer the question, then colour in the appropriate sections. Students immediately know if their answer is correct or not based on if they can find the answer in the colouring section.

This Colour by Number is aimed at upper primary or lower secondary school students learning how to expand single brackets in algebra.
Colour by Numbers are an excellent ‘self checking’ activity to use with students beginning algebra. The students answer the question, then colour in the appropriate sections. Students immediately know if their answer is correct or not based on if they can find the answer in the colouring section.

This A to Z of Maths quiz is an excellent end-of-term activity to use with your class. I have used this quiz with students in high school (Year 7 to 12). The answers are included.

This A to Z of Australia is a great activity to use as an end of term quiz. It’s aimed at upper primary and lower high school aged students (Years 5- 10).
The answer are included.