# Mr Barton Maths

Free maths resources from me, Craig Barton. I am the creator of mrbartonmaths.com & diagnosticquestions.com. I am also the TES Maths Adviser and the host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast.

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Free maths resources from me, Craig Barton. I am the creator of mrbartonmaths.com & diagnosticquestions.com. I am also the TES Maths Adviser and the host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast.

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Free maths resources from me, Craig Barton. I am the creator of mrbartonmaths.com & diagnosticquestions.com. I am also the TES Maths Adviser and the host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast.

This PowerPoint lesson gives a clear demonstration of how to work out the nth term of linear sequences.
Ideal for KS3 and KS4 students.

SSM Level 6: Powerpoint lesson - To find the circumference and area of a circle- clear explanation and examples. A lesson that introduces pi and explains how to use it to find the area and circumference of a circle

SSM Transformations Level 5
To be able to recognise the order of rotational symmetry of any shape. A simple animated presentation to demonstrate rotational symmetry to students

A lesson teaching the basics of stem and leaf diagrams with a nice colourful example.

A presentation and worksheet to introduce the basics of ratio. Suitable for KS3 and lower KS4 students.
Questions and examples are included for students to practice and discuss.

Lots of games to introduce important concepts of probability.

Questions requiring pupils to read information from pie charts and bar charts.

A worksheet requiring pupils to substitute a range of numbers into a range of expressions. Change the numbers and expressions to alter difficulty.

A demonstration of how to rotate shapes with tracing paper. Objective: To be able to Rotate a shape around a given point

A collection of challenging but interesting starter questions.

A few years ago I wrote a set of notes for pupils and put them on my website. The notes were supposed to be written in a pupil-friendly way, and different to notes students might find in textbooks or elsewhere on the internet. I have converted the notes to PowerPoint slides so you can download them, adapt them if needed, use them in revision lessons or perhaps give your students a set to take home with them to help them prepare for exams. The chances are there will be a few mistakes here and there, so if you spot any please email me & I will correct them. Hope they are of use!

A nice bingo game to add some spice to solving simple linear equations.

Algebra level 6 Powerpoint: An introduction to solving equations using the balance method

An introduction to writing expressions and collecting like terms via little stories.

Match up the shapes with their area and perimeters.

A clear and simple PowerPoint with visualizations of square numbers, triangle numbers, Fibanocci numbers and shape patterns.
This is ideal for KS3 and KS4 students.

Four questions about averages that pupils might find more interesting than the usual ones from the textbook.

A way of introducing how to factorize quadratic equations by means of a number game.
This PowerPoint presentation gives questions on sum and product followed by factorizing quadratic questions.
Ideal for KS3 and KS4 students as a revision plenary or starter.

A few years ago I wrote a set of notes for pupils and put them on my website. The notes were supposed to be written in a “pupil-friendly” way, and different to notes students might find in textbooks or elsewhere on the internet. I have converted the notes to PowerPoint slides so you can download them, adapt them if needed, use them in revision lessons or perhaps give your students a set to take home with them to help them prepare for exams. The chances are there will be a few mistakes here and there, so if you spot any please email me & I will correct them. Hope they are of use!

a simple worksheet on enlargement using axes, co-ordinates and positive integer centres of enlargements