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Resources for busy teachers of Maths and PE. In most cases you can just download, print and teach! If you would like to purchase more than one product at a time and there is not a bundle for it email me for a custom bundle to get 15% off the total price at pickupandgoresources@gmail.com

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Resources for busy teachers of Maths and PE. In most cases you can just download, print and teach! If you would like to purchase more than one product at a time and there is not a bundle for it email me for a custom bundle to get 15% off the total price at pickupandgoresources@gmail.com
Individual gymnastics balances
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Individual gymnastics balances

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A group of resource and task cards for individual gymnastics balances that students can use to select and accurately replicate balances for their routines. Useful in a lesson on balance or routines and great for independent work. This is used in my Scheme of work for individual routines available here Included in this resource: A4 black and white page with approx 45 balances on for students to copy Differentiated by colour A4 page with approx 45 balances on (green - easy, yellow - medium, red- hard, purple -challenging An A4 page where the balances are grouped by difficulty An A4 page where the balances are grouped by height (good for compositional work with students to get them to see the different between heights) An A4 activity/task card with 7 different tasks students can work through independently - culminating in them creating a short sequence of their own.(editable and pdf versions) Recommendations for the A4 page of 45 balances: Give each student a copy of the resource Give a group a copy and challenge them to match or mirror the balances Ask students to pick a balance and change one of the leg or arm positions to create a new balance and show the class Get students to adapt the balances for apparatus Need other gymnastics balances? Click here
Christmas maths: festive tessellations
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Christmas maths: festive tessellations

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Christmas maths - tessellations. Christmas themed tessellation activity for students to complete in class or for homework. A great consolidation activity that can engage students at Christmas. This could more than a whole lesson if you get the students to tessellate a design and then also colour it (great for displays!). Includes: Christmas tree (moderately easy) Bauble (medium) Candy cane (easy) Christmas stocking with curved edges (hard) Geometric christmas stocking (easy) Elf (Hard) Santas head (medium) present (easy) For each shape there is the following types of sheets: An A4 portrait sheet with small squares and a small shape to start students off An A4 portrait sheet with big squares and a big shape to start students off A small template which is approx 1/8 of A4 A big template which are on their own A4 page Examples of how to tessellate the shape/pre-made colouring pages for students that are really struggling to tessellate the shape correctly. The geometric Christmas stocking is available as a free product here. Click here for more Christmas maths resources
Gymnastics pair balances
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Gymnastics pair balances

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A set of task cards for pairs balances and routines and an A4 differentiated resource card (with around 50 balances) students can use to copy the paired balances from. Easiest to hardest: Green, Yellow, Red, Purple I would only suggest purple and red to those that are really competent gymnasts and have done some sports acro before - otherwise support would be required. If you want lesson plans for pair routines check out my SOW here! The tasks take students through how to match and mirror individual balances and matching and mirroring independently. They also included tasks that use the pair balances resource sheet: Students select and practice Find ways of getting into and out of the balances Linking 2 pair balances together Developing their own balances from pair or base positions given Creating a short sequence Recommendations for use: Give each group a copy of the resource and they can self differentiate Give each group a copy and give them a colour to try based on their ability Ask students to pick a balance and change one of the positions to create a new balance and show the class Get students to adapt the balances for apparatus Need other gymnastics balances? Click here
Gymnastics balances - individual balances circuit stations
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Gymnastics balances - individual balances circuit stations

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4 Stations/task cards for individual gymnastics balances. Useful in a lesson on balance or routines and great for independent work.There is a standing balances station, a kneeling and sitting balances station, a inverted balances station and a support balances station. There are enough balances on each station card to cater to complete beginners and for experienced gymnasts. Colour and black and white versions included (to save on ink). Recommendations for use: Set up 4 different stations around the room and give students set times on each station then move them on (think circuit) Split the group into 4 and give each group a station card - swap them over as needed Place the balances in a central position and get students to pick on balance from each station that they should link together into a short sequence Give to a non doer for them to see if their peers are accurately replicating the balances Need other gymnastics balances? Click here
Christmas maths: codebreakers KS3
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Christmas maths: codebreakers KS3

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This Christmas maths codebreaker uses skills learnt in multiplying 4 digits by 2 digits, Rounding to decimal places, rounding to significant figures and simplifying fractions to reveal Christmas jokes. Make your students feel like a spy trying to crack a code in a fun and novel way for students to practise rounding, multiplying and simplifying fractions. UPDATED 16/12/19 - fixed the code box on rounding to decimal places. It was showing the incorrect on on the question sheet. Each skill has a different sheet, so there are 4 total worksheets all with awesome Christmas clip art and answers included. The skills included here are normally taught/covered in lower KS3 but could be used for any year group as a fun consolidation. Students need to answer the questions and find each corresponding letters in order to reveal a christmas joke. Great starter for lessons or to give to early finishers. Suggestions for use: Give to students to do by themselves (self differentiated or teacher chooses) Give for homework Use as a collaborative task - (pairs/3s work out a column each) See here for a FREE Christmas codebreaker that uses multiplcation skills. If you would like more Christmas themed maths activities please click here.
Gymnastics lesson plans /Scheme of work for individual routines (year 7)
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Gymnastics lesson plans /Scheme of work for individual routines (year 7)

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A comprehensive set of lesson plans for an introductory gymnastics unit, most appropriate for year 6 or lower KS3. The unit covers skills pupils will need to create their own individual gymnastics routines including individual balances, rotations, travelling movements, jumps and compositional aspects. All resources mentioned in the SOW are included in this product – Individual balance resources sheet and task card(Worth £3.50), set balances task card(not available anywhere else), rolls and balances task card, compositional aspects criteria and assessment matrix. This SOW / set of 6 lesson plans for gymnastics covers the following skills and objectives: Lesson 1 - Basic shapes - Know and demonstrate the basic shapes in gymnastics and apply them to a variety of different contexts. To develop control, fluency, tension and extension. To understand the compositional aspect of levels. Lesson 2 Rotations - To accurately replicate a variety of rotations. To know where the axis of rotation are. To apply skills learnt into a sequence Lesson 3 – Jumps - To accurately replicate a variety of jumps. To apply skills learnt into a sequence Lesson 4 – Individual balances - To accurately replicate balances individually. Lesson 5 – Travelling movements - To develop a variety of ways of travelling from one location to another. Lesson 6 – Composition and assessment - To develop and apply knowledge of compositional aspects. This SOW was created to save time for busy teachers and is made so teachers with little/no gymnastics experience can teach it just as well as those with lots. You should be able to teach a lesson with minimal preparation, maybe watching a few videos before hand or printing out some resources. The scheme has diagrams, assessment levels, differentiation , teaching points, Assessment for learning/plenary activities, links to videos that show the skill, clear explanations of the tasks and all resources and links to the resources required via the lesson plan. No timings are included as each school can vary in terms of lesson time. They should provide enough tasks for lessons of 40 minutes and above. I also have a set of pair routines lesson plans with all the resources here
Gymnastics individual, pair and group balances bundle
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Gymnastics individual, pair and group balances bundle

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This bundle contains gymnastics balances for students to copy for individuals, pairs, trios, groups of 4s and groups of 5+. The individual balance product contains: A4 black and white page with approx 45 balances on for students to copy Differentiated by colour A4 page with approx 45 balances on (green - easy, yellow - medium, red- hard, purple -challenging An A4 page where the balances are grouped by difficulty An A4 page where the balances are grouped by height (good for compositional work with students to get them to see the different between heights) An A4 activity/task card with 7 different tasks students can work through independently - culminating in them creating a short sequence of their own.(editable and pdf versions) The pairs, trios ands 4s balance products contain: An A4 resource card with approximately 40 balances on for students to copy (green - easy, yellow - medium, red- hard, purple -challenging) A set of task cards that will culminate in students creating their own sequence The 5+ balances contain: 1 A4 page of pictures of balances for students to accurately replicate in their routines. Each product contains between 20- 40 gymnastics balances. The counter tension and counter balance resources are one page per difficulty and type (6 pages) and a total of 22 balances. Differentiated by bronze (easiest), silver and gold. The balance dice resource includes: -2 x Easy balances dice templates to print -2 x Medium balances dice templates print -2 x Hard balances dice templates print -1x Powerpoint file for the teacher to use to pick random links between balances. This includes a random links spinner, and an on screen prompt list for each type of link. What you see in the previews is what is included in the products. This bundle is a growing bundle - So there will be more products added to it in the future but the price will also go up in the future! If you purchase this product now you will be able to download all future updates for free! - please download the file named “Gym bundle all in one place”, the extra products will be in there. If you are unable to do this, please email me at pickupandgoresources@gmail.com. Let me know your TES user name and the date you purchased the product and I will email you the update link (I will usually respond to emails within a couple of hours). Contained in this product currently (updated 9/9/19) : Individual balances Pair balances trio balances Group of 4 balances Group of 5+ balances Counter balance and counter tension pairs balances Individual balances stations Matching and mirroring task cards Matching and mirroring quiz quiz trade cards Roll a balance dice templates Next new product that will be added is Individual gymnastics lesson plans.
Halloween Maths - Tessellations
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Halloween Maths - Tessellations

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Halloween maths - tessellations. Halloween themed tessellation activity for students to complete as homework or classwork. A great consolidation activity that can engage students at Halloween. Includes: A ghost (easy) A bat (med) A witches hat (really hard) A spider (easy) A skull (med) A cat (hard) For each shape there is the following types of sheets: An A4 portrait sheet with small squares and a small shape to start students off An A4 portrait sheet with big squares and a big shape to start students off An A4 landscape sheet with small squares and a small shape to start students off An A4 landscape sheet with big squares and a big shape to start students off A small template which is approx 1/6 of A4 A big template which are on their own A4 page Examples of how to tessellate the shape The skull is available as a free product here.
Halloween maths - Year 7 code breakers
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Halloween maths - Year 7 code breakers

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This Halloween maths codebreaker uses skills learnt in ordering decimals, substutition, length conversions and coordiantes to reveal halloween jokes. Make your students feel like a spy trying to crack a code in a fun and novel way for students to practise ordering decimals, substitution, metric length conversions and coordinates in all 4 quadrants. Each skill has a different sheet, so there are 4 total worksheets all with awesome Halloween clip art and answers included. The skills included here are normally covered in year 7 but could be used for any year group as a fun consolidation. Students need to answer the questions and find each corresponding letters in order to reveal a halloween joke. Great starter for lessons or to give to early finishers. Suggestions for use: Give to students to do by themselves (self differentiated or teacher chooses) Give for homework Use as a collaborative task - (pairs/3s work out a column each) See here for a FREE Halloween codebreaker that uses multiplcation skills. If you would like more Halloween themed maths activities please click here.
Gymnastics balances - Differentiated  counter tension and counter balance
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Gymnastics balances - Differentiated counter tension and counter balance

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A comprehensive set of differentiated task card students can use to copy counter balance and counter tension balances from. This product includes: All the differentiated balances on A4 landscape Seperate A4 portrait versions of each of the 6 sections (could be used as differentiated stations) Please see here for a less comprehensive free resource on counter balance and counter tension. Some products you might like: Individual balances Pair balances Trio balances Group of 4 balances Please email me on pickupandgoresources@gmail.com if you would like a custom gymnastics product.
Combinations of transformations lesson (download, print and teach)
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Combinations of transformations lesson (download, print and teach)

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This is a Powerpoint lesson and work booklet on combinations of transformations. Skills covered are combining transformations such as reflections, rotations, enlargements and translations, describing a reflection, translation or rotation and combining transformations and describe the single equivalent transformation . Time saving resource for busy teachers! You should be able to teach a lesson with hardly any preparation (mainly printing!). Fully differentiated objectives: Blue:Combine transformations Gold:Describe fully a reflection, translation or rotation Red:Combine transformations and describe the single equivalent transformation This resource includes: • A PowerPoint • Differentiated Work booklet that includes self-assessment sections The PowerPoint includes everything you need to teach combinations of transformations, including animated examples. The lessons use the following format: • Objective and levels • A “how to teaching portion” with animated examples • An AfL miniwhiteboard quiz • Answers to all the booklet questions • Plenary (with answers) The powerpoint and booklet are currently set up for GCSE maths grade, however you can edit the grades to reflect KS3 or your own schools assessment criteria. In the word booklet if you change any grade (e.g the blue section) it should automatically change the rest of that colour into the same grade. This will take up a whole lesson (between 45mins to 1h 15 dependent on how many questions the students get through)
Enlargements lesson
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Enlargements lesson

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This is a lesson on enlargements for use in a secondary transformations unit. This enlargements lesson includes Powerpoint and workbook. Skills covered are: enlarging a shape from a centre of enlargement with a positive scale factor,enlarging a shape with a fractional scale factor, describing the enlargement. Time saving resource for busy teachers! You should be able to teach a lesson without too much preparation (mainly printing!). Fully differentiated (blue =easiest, gold=medium, red=harder) This resource includes: • A PowerPoint • Differentiated Work booklet that includes self-assessment sections The PowerPoint includes everything you need to teach enlargements, including animated examples. The lessons use the following format: • Objective and levels • A “how to teaching portion” with animated examples • Answers to all the booklet questions • Plenary (with answers) The powerpoint and booklet are currently set up for GCSE maths grade, however you can edit the grades to reflect KS3 or your own schools assessment criteria. In the word booklet if you change any grade (e.g the blue section) it should automatically change the rest of that colour into the same grade. This will take up a whole lesson (between 45mins to 1h 15 dependent on how many questions the students get through) See here for differentiated worksheets on Enlargements.
Angles in Quadrilaterals lesson
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Angles in Quadrilaterals lesson

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Powerpoint lesson for finding missing angles with all resources included. Resources include a work booklet, assessment for learning activities, starter and plenary. Skills covered include – finding angles in quadrilaterals and special quadrilaterals, finding multiple angles using angle facts including straight lines and at a point and forming and solving equations using knowledge of angle facts. Time saving resource for busy teachers! You should be able to teach a lesson with hardly any preparation (mainly printing and maybe some cutting!). Fully differentiated objectives: Blue: Find a missing angle in quadrilaterals and special quadrilaterals Gold: Solve harder problems using properties of angles Red: Form and solve equations using knowledge of angle facts This resource includes: • A PowerPoint •Answers on the powerpoint • A differentiated Work booklet that includes self-assessment sections and help boxes • A problem solving activity where students have to find 4 angles that add up to 360 (2 different versions) •A card sort starter for properties of special quadrilaterals. The PowerPoint includes everything you need to teach right away. The lessons use the following format: •Starter • Objective and levels • A “how to teaching portion” with animated examples • Assessment for learning activities • Answers to all the booklet questions • Plenary (with answers) The powerpoint and booklet are currently set up for GCSE maths grades, however you can edit the grades to reflect KS3 or your own schools assessment criteria. In the word booklet if you change any grade (e.g the blue section) it should automatically change the rest of that colour into the same grade. This will take up a whole lesson. This lesson would be appropriate to use as part of the Pearson Edexcel Foundation textbook unit 6, find more resources for that here. This is the second lesson in the series and follows on from this lesson which you can find here. U6FE
Halloween maths -multiplication code breaker
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Halloween maths -multiplication code breaker

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This Halloween maths codebreaker fun activity is sure to give students lots of practice of their times tables. Students need to answer the questions and find each corresponding letters in order to reveal a halloween joke. Great starter for lessons or to give to early finishers. Fun Halloween clip art pictures included. More Halloween codebreakers available here If you would like more Halloween themed maths activities please click here.
Properties of quadrilaterals, triangles and congruent shapes lesson (GCSE foundation)
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Properties of quadrilaterals, triangles and congruent shapes lesson (GCSE foundation)

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Powerpoint lesson for Edexcel GCSE foundation unit 6 with a work booklet and lots of assessment for learning activities. Skills covered include – Identify and using angle, side and symmetry properties of simple quadrilaterals and triangles. Identifying congruent shapes. This lesson was specially made to cover the objectives of the Pearson textbook section 6.1 (apart from angles in quadrilaterals- this is a separate lesson) Time saving resource for busy teachers! You should be able to teach a lesson with hardly any preparation (mainly printing and maybe some cutting!). Fully differentiated objectives: Blue: Identify angle, side and symmetry properties of simple quadrilaterals and triangles Gold: Identify congruent shapes Red: Identify and begin to use angle, side and symmetry properties of quadrilaterals This resource includes: • A PowerPoint •A pdf of the power point slides with some notes included on how to use some of the resources. •Answers on the powerpoint and on a separate pdf file (print off to give to students that aren’t able to see the board as well, or use to mark as you go) • A differentiated Work booklet that includes self-assessment sections • A card sort for properties of shapes(this could be done alone or in pairs, or in groups!) •A properties of shape revision/foldable guide students can refer back to •An identifying congruent shapes treasure hunt The PowerPoint includes everything you need to teach right away. The lessons use the following format: •Starter • Objective and levels • A “how to teaching portion” with animated examples • An AfL miniwhiteboard quiz • Answers to all the booklet questions • Plenary (with answers) The powerpoint and booklet are currently set up for GCSE maths grades, however you can edit the grades to reflect KS3 or your own schools assessment criteria. In the word booklet if you change any grade (e.g the blue section) it should automatically change the rest of that colour into the same grade. This will take up a whole lesson. I also have other resources for this unit available here U6FE
Gymnastics rolls -differentiated teaching cards (forward, backward, log, egg)
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Gymnastics rolls -differentiated teaching cards (forward, backward, log, egg)

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Reciprocal teaching cards for forwards rolls, backward rolls, log rolls, egg rolls and variations on rolls. Full differentiated with clear illustrations and instructional points. Progressive, guided task students can complete independently and self differentiate. Perfect for a lesson on rotation or rolls. The skills are differentiated by colour (blue = stage 1, gold=stage 2, red=stage 3, purple=stage 4) Blue skills in this pack include: Log roll Egg roll and variation Rocking backward and forward Disk rocking Gold skills include: Log roll variations Egg roll variations Tucked forward roll Tucked backward roll Red skills include: Forward roll to straddle Backward roll to straddle Backward roll to pike Forward and backward roll start and finish variations (available free here) Purple skills include: Piked forward roll Piked backward roll with straight arms Backward roll to handstand with straight arms The resource has: Clear editable text instructions (the font is fully embeded) Clear high quality illustrations An assessment level (old national curriculum levels 3-6) Check out my other gymnastics resources here
Gymnastics Group of 4 balances
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Gymnastics Group of 4 balances

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A set of task cards for 4 person balances and routines and a differentiated resource card students can use to copy the 4 person balances from. Easiest to hardest: Green, Yellow, Red, Purple I would only suggest purple and red to those that are really competent gymnasts and have done some sports acro before - otherwise support would be required. The task cards contain 16 tasks on 13 pages. The tasks take students through how to match, mirror and complement individual balances as well as creating their own interpretations independently. They also included tasks that use the group of 4 balances resource sheet: Students select and practice Find ways of getting into and out of the balances Linking 2 group of 4 balances together Developing their own 4 person balances by matching and mirroring pairs balances, trio balances, top positions or base positions given Creating a short sequence Please note what you see in the previews is everything included. Recommendations for use for the A4 resource card: Give each group a copy of the resource and they can self differentiate Give each group a copy and give them a colour to try based on their ability Ask students to pick a balance and change one of the positions to create a new balance and show the class Get students to adapt the balances for apparatus Need other gymnastics balances? Click here
Christmas maths: solving equations (x on both sides)
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Christmas maths: solving equations (x on both sides)

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This Christmas maths code breaker uses skills learnt in solving equations with unknowns on both sides to reveal a Christmas joke. Make your students feel like a spy trying to crack a code in a fun and novel way for students to practice solving equations. x could be negative or positive and some questions also require students to expand a single bracket before solving. The sheet contains awesome Holiday clip art to help engage your learners at Christmas. Answers are included. Students need to answer the questions and find each corresponding letters in order to reveal a Christmas joke. Great for starters or to give to early finishers. Suggestions for use: Give to students to do by themselves Give for homework Use as a collaborative task - (pairs/3s work out a row each) See here for a FREE Christmas code breaker that uses timestables skills. If you would like more Christmas themed math activities please click here.
BIDMAS differentiated worksheets (Order of operations)
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BIDMAS differentiated worksheets (Order of operations)

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Worksheets with questions on the Order of Operations (BIDMAS/BODMAS) for students to complete in class. Skills covered include - using order of operations without brackets or indices, using it with indices and brackets, inserting brackert into questions to make them correct. The 3 levels of difficulty that have been included: ★Blue(easy):Know and use the order of operations with simple calculations (no brackets) ★Gold(medium):Use the order of operations with more complex calculations including brackets and indices ★Red(hard):Insert brackets into questions to make them correct, work out questions with more than one set of brackets. Answers are included Need a lesson for order of operations? Find it here NEW - BIDMAS treasure hunts