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

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

A gymnastics balances task card students can use to copy counter balance and counter tension balance. Perfect for a gymnastics lesson on balances, partner work or routines! A total of 9 different balances are included, 5 counter tension and 4 counter balance.
This product is a less comprehensive version of my differentiated counter tension and counter balance task cards which includes more counter tensions and balances to copy from which are arranged by difficulty.
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This Christmas/Holiday maths one step equations maze will give students practice with their solving equations skills. A great seasonal activity to engage students this Christmas. Great for a starter or early finishers near Christmas. Especially if you want students to practice and consolidate solving equations without using a traditional worksheet. The maze uses positive values of x only.
This activity is great because students can check their own answers as they go through and most of the time, they don’t realise they are answering multiple questions.
This freebie includes 1 maze with solutions and some great Holiday clipart.
Students work their way through the maze, colouring the correct answers and following the path to the next question.
See here for more Christmas themed activities.

Gymnastics lesson plan - basic shapes. This is a comprehensive lesson plan on basic shapes in gymnastics. This lesson is most suitable for students on their first unit of gymnastics (year 7). I also have a unit of work available here for year 7.
The lesson includes:
Warm up
The 7 basic shapes and examples
Independent/teacher led tasks
Basic shapes task cards with clear illustrations and teaching points
Quiz Quiz trade basic shapes plenary
AFL
Evaluation opportunities
Objectives and levels
Organisational points
Easily could be used as an observation lesson.
This lesson was created to save time for busy teachers and is made so teachers with little gymnastics experience can teach it just as well as those with lots. You should be able to teach a lesson with minimal preparation and I made these so in most cases they can be just picked up and taught.
All lessons have levelled outcomes. The levels are the old national curriculum levels 3-8 however they are easily editable and changeable to your own assessment levels.
Each lesson has assessment levels, diagrams, differentiation , clear teaching points, clear task explanations and afl opportunities. This lesson should provide enough tasks for lessons of 40 minutes and above.
The next lesson in this unit is gymnastics lesson 2- rotations .
Check out my other gymnastics resources here

Adding and subtracting fractions Treasure hunt. 3 different difficulties for adding and subtracting fractions included with these treasure hunts. Adding and subtracting fractions with common denominators, adding and subtracting fractions with uncommon (multiple) denominators and adding and subtracting fractions with uncommon denominators. Answers and student record cards included.
Easy (blue)
-Adding fractions with the same denominator
-Subtracting fractions with the same denominator
Medium (gold)
-Adding fractions where one denominator is a multiple of the other
-subtracting fractions where one denominator is a multiple of the other
Hard (red)
-Adding fractions with different denominators
-Subtracting fractions different denominators
Check out my other fractions resources:
Adding and subtracting fractions mazes
Adding fractions worksheets
Subtracting fractions worksheets
Adding and subtracting fractions worksheets

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.

This indices BINGO activity is a really fun way of practising index laws. Skills are most appropriate for foundation GCSE and include multiplying, dividing and raising a power to a power (brackets).
Show the questions on a Smart Board or projector. Your students will love it and won’t realise how many questions they are answering!
This product includes:
★ A PowerPoint display with instructions, student choice bingo numbers and 40 questions
★All 40 numbers on screen for students to make their own 4 by 4 grid and pick their own numbers (saves on printing)
★32 unique student cards (4 per page of paper to save on printing)
★ Answers for the teacher to check if students have crossed off the right numbers!
This indices maths bingo is useful for revision, prior learning checks, assessment for learning activities, a starter, a plenary or just a fun activity at the end of the lesson.
Click here for more indices activities, including worksheets and a foldable revision guide.

A new fun and different way for students to create a basic sequence. These dice are great for use in a lesson on individual balances or as a one off activity in a gymnastics unit on creating individual sequences.
This 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.
HOW TO:
Students pick a difficulty, roll the first dice for their starting balance and then roll the second for their ending balance. The teacher spins the links wheel on the powerpoint and students use that to link their 2 balances together. This process can be repeated many times to create a sequence.
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This Christmas maths code breaker uses skills learnt in solving 2 step equations 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.

A set of indices worksheets. Skills covered are multiplying indices, dividing indices , raising a power to a power with a base number (using brackets), power of 0, evaluating negative and fractional indices and combinations of the above.
There are approximately 100 blue questions, 100 gold questions and 50 red questions in these worksheets. Each topic is colour coded by difficulty. Full solutions included in the same format as the questions to make it easier to mark!
Difficulties include:
★ Blue (easy) - Multiplying indices with a base number, dividing indices with a base number, raising a power to a power with a base number and evaluating negative powers
★ Gold (medium) - Multiplying indices with a base letter bigger than 1, dividing indices with a base letter bigger than 1, raising a power to a power with a base letter bigger than 1 and evaluating powers of 0
★ Red (Hard) Evaluating fractions with a negative power, evaluating whole numbers with a fractional power, combinations of the above
Please see here for a revision/reference foldable to help students complete these questions.

This is a powerpoint and workbooklet for constructions and accurate drawings where students will learn how to recap how to construct lines, angles, circles and triangles using a ruler and protractor. Then they will move onto constructing perpendicular bisectors and angles.
This is a 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: Draw accurate lines, angles, circles and triangles (using ruler and protractor)
Gold:Construct perpendicular bisectors (including through a point)
Red:Construct angle bisectors
Challenge (Purple): construct a triangle using a compass (this is not on the powerpoint and is an independent task for students to see if they can work it out)
This resource includes:
• A PowerPoint
• A differentiated Work booklet that includes self-assessment sections
• Answers ( I recommend printing them onto tracing paper as it is very easy to mark then!)
• 3 foldable how to guides for how to do constructions (perpendicular bisector, perpendicular bisector through a point, angle bisector). This is for students to have some independent learning/to help with revision in place of putting it all on the powerpoints. See the preview pictures for what they look like.
The PowerPoint includes the following format (watch the preview video Here):
• Objective and levels
• A “how to teaching portion” with animated examples
• Plenary (with answers)
Recommendations:
Print off the 3 per page foldables on different colours for different topics (see the cover image for an example) -This will involve some extra preparation from the teacher
Print off the 3 topics on one page foldables on white and students can colour the titles in and cut out the foldables themselve - less preparation for the teacher
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 at least.

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
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A worksheet on “Given that” questions.
E.g.
Given that
69.4 x 16.8 = 1165.92
What is? 6.94 x 16.8 =
6 different questions with 8 sub questions in each. Perfect for lower ability groups that need lots of practice. Created because I couldn’t find this anywhere else!

A set of differentiated worksheets on transformation with a mixture of reflection, enlargement, translation and rotation questions for each difficulty. If you have used my other Transformation worksheets or my unit of work on Transformations this set of worksheets will be good for consolidation or revision. This product will also be included in the Transformation unit of work so if you have purchased it you can download it at no extra cost.
There are 12 questions for each difficulty with full solutions - There is at least 3 questions on each topic per colour.
The following objects are covered:
Blue (easy)
*Rotating shapes: rotating a shape on a square grid
Translations: translating a shape on a square grid
Reflections: reflecting a shape in a given mirror line
Enlargements: Enlarge an object by an integer scale factor from a centre of enlargement
Gold (medium)
*Rotating shapes: rotating a shape around given coordinates
Translations: translating a shape using vectors
Reflections: reflecting a shape in a given line such as x=1 or y = -2
Enlargements: Enlarge an object by a fractional scale factor from a centre of enlargement
Red (hard)
Describe fully a reflection, translation or rotation
Combine transformations
Combine transformations and describe the single equivalent transformation
If you are after more practice for specific topics see my Transformations differentiated worksheets resource.
Click here for other transformations resources.
Coming soon: Transformations end of unit test.

A SOW / set of 6 lesson plans for hockey, one set for a higher ability group and one set for a lower ability group. This SOW was created to save time for busy teachers and is made so teachers with little/no hockey experience can teach it just as well as those with lots. You should be able to teach a lesson with minimal planning and I made these so in most cases they can be just picked up and taught with very little preparation.
This unit covers the following skills:
Dribbling with vision
Passing (push, slap, hit (higher), flick (higher) and receiving (upright, block, reverse (higher))
Block and jab tackling
Off the ball attacking skills - posting up
Game play
As mentioned above this contains 2 different sets of lesson plans as I have taught both set 2 and set 1s and the skill level can be vastly different. Some lessons have the same content and some are different.
There is an assessment matrix included and all lessons have levelled outcomes. The levels are the old national curriculum levels 3-8 however they are easily editable and changeable to your own assessment levels.
Each lesson has diagrams, assessment levels, differentiation , clear teaching points, links to videos that show the skill and afl opportunities. As well as clear explanations of the tasks. There are no timings included as each school can vary in terms of lesson time. They should provide enough tasks for lessons of 40 minutes and above.
Other products you might like -
I also have individual lesson plans and other SOWs available for hockey please click here to see them.
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This is a great, engaging activity for solving one step equations for end of lesson consolidation, early finishers, homework or a starter . Especially if you want students to practise and consolidate solving one step equations without using a traditional worksheet.This product contains 5 unique mazes.
This activity is great because students can self-check the answers and most of the time they don’t realise they are answering multiple questions.
Students work their way through the maze, colouring the correct answers and following the path to the next question.
Click here for one step equations worksheets.

This Christmas maths colour by number activity will give students lots of practice of finding the mean, median, mode or range. A fun seasonal activity to engage students before Christmas AND they are still doing work!
Great for a starter/plenary or early finishers. Especially if you want students to practice and consolidate finding averages without using a traditional worksheet.
All the squares have a number in them and students need to find the averge from a list of given numbers and colour in all the squares that correspond to their answer, in the colour given, in order to reveal a Christmas Tree. Fun Holiday clip art border included.
This product includes:
❄A Colour by Number sheet
❄A question sheet with space for workings
❄An Answer sheet for teachers
If you would like more Christmas themed maths activities please click here.

These Christmas maths multiplication mazes will give students lots of practice of their times tables and multiplication skills. A great seasonal activity to engage students this Christmas.Great for a starter or early finishers near Christmas. Especially if you want students to practise and consolidate multiplication without using a traditional worksheet. 2 mazes work on timestables up to 12 and the other works on multiplying numbers between 2 and 12 by 2 digits.
This activity is great because students can check their own answers as they go through and most of the time they don’t realise they are answering multiple questions.
This product includes 3 unique mazes with solutions and some great Christmas clipart.
Students work their way through the maze, colouring the correct answers and following the path to the next question.
Find more Christmas maths activities here.

This Christmas maths colour by number fun activity will give students lots of practice of finding percentages of a number. A great seasonal activity to engage students this Christmas. The resource is differentiated into 3 different difficulties - finding 10% multiples, finding 5% multiples and finding 1% multiples. The outcome for each sheet is the same even though the questions are different. This resource can be used for all your KS3 and KS4 groups - let KS4 students differentiate for themselves, give lower ability groups the 10% multiples and give higher ability groups the 1% multiples.
A fun easy activity for the end of christmas term BUT students will still be completing more than 300 questions on percentages!
Students need to answer the questions and find which colour corresponds to the answers in order to reveal a Christmas picture. This particular picture reveals a Christmas tree. Great starter for lessons or to give to early finishers. Fun Christmas clip art border included.
If you would like more Christmas themed maths activities please click here.

This Rugby World Cup 2019 fixture/Score chart is great to display during the Rugby World cup!
Students/Teachers can check when Key matches are and fill in the scores as they go. When it comes to the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals the teams can also be filled in.
The second page contains the teams in each pool along with their shirt.
I would recommend printing this off on A3 - However it does also print fine in A4.
Want more Rugby World Cup 2019 resources? Check out my Rugby World Cup 2019 maths activities here.

Differentiated unit of work on transformations. Included are everything you need to teach tranformations topics including reflections, rotations, enlargements, translations and combinations of transformations. There are fully resourced lessons, extra worksheets that could be used as homework/starter for the next lesson and treasure hunts. Grades are set up for GCSE but could easily be used for KS3.
UPDATED:
24/6/18 - to included differentiated worksheets for revision with mixed transformations
27/5/18 to include the enlargements GCSE higher differentiated worksheets.
Includes powerpoint, differentiated workbook and differentiated worksheets for the following:
-Rotation
-Reflection (Free worksheet here)
-Translation
-Enlargements Free lesson here
-Combinations of transformations
There is also a translations differentiated treasure hunt and describing transformations treasure hunt.
The PowerPoint includes everything you need to teach a lesson, 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 worksheets/workbooks are fully differentiated and come with answers.