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In my shop you will find my exclusive resources that are guaranteed to help both students and teachers. Each resource has been meticulously planned and put together in a way that will make the topic easy and accessible to students and will make teachers want to use them again and again. Let's face it, time is an issue for many of us teachers and so I have created my resources to get the best results with the time we do have. Try some of my free resources first, I promise you'll be back for more!

In my shop you will find my exclusive resources that are guaranteed to help both students and teachers. Each resource has been meticulously planned and put together in a way that will make the topic easy and accessible to students and will make teachers want to use them again and again. Let's face it, time is an issue for many of us teachers and so I have created my resources to get the best results with the time we do have. Try some of my free resources first, I promise you'll be back for more!
Finding the mean,median & mode of a Frequency Table & Grouped Frequency Tables
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Finding the mean,median & mode of a Frequency Table & Grouped Frequency Tables

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This animated Powerpoint presentation illustrates to the students how to find the mean, median & mode of both a frequency table & a grouped frequency table. Each slide is animated brilliantly so that the teacher has the time to teach the students the steps to take when finding all of the central tendencies. The tables and methods used within the Powerpoint are so simple and the students can see clearly how to find and write down each of the central tendencies. All of my students found it so simple to learn from and loved how everything was animated in step - by - step. Can be used for 2nd/3rd Years up to senior cycle years of 5th and 6th Years.
Writing Numbers in Standard Form (Scientific Notation)
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Writing Numbers in Standard Form (Scientific Notation)

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This short and simple resource explains to the students briefly what writing numbers in standard form is and then with some very clear and well animated examples, the students can see how to write any number in standard form themselves. This presentation has 9 slides which includes a slide with examples for the students to practice and also the solutions/answers on another slide. Short but very informative and clear for students. I have used with mine on numerous occasions and they have never got confused with standard form thereafter.
Geometry Angles & Triangles Fun Activity
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Geometry Angles & Triangles Fun Activity

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This activity is so much fun and one that every class that I have done it with has always enjoyed. It really helps the students to learn how to solve for angles and give geometrical reasons why the angles are the sizes that they are. Basically to use this I get every student in the class to stand up and I start the Powerpoint. Every student must have their own calculator. When someone has the answer to the question they shout their name and they get the opportunity to give their answer. If they are correct they get to sit down. Another student gets an opportunity to give a reason for the answer and if they are correct they get to sit down. Basically if they give a correct answer they get to sit down. The trick is that if someone gets an answer wrong (angle size or reason), the whole class has to stand up again. It is great fun as the aim of the game is to get every student to be sitting down (If they manage it I always give no homework or a treat or something). The students get really into it and always enjoy it every time I do it with them. There are 37 slides and each one is animated so the answers will only be revealed when you press the button. This gives plenty of opportunity for students to answer questions. GREAT revision tool. You can use it in many other ways too.
Finding the mean,median, mode & range of a stem and leaf diagram
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Finding the mean,median, mode & range of a stem and leaf diagram

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This animated Powerpoint on finding the mean, median, mode & range of a stem - and - leaf diagram makes it so easy for students to know how to find each one in detail. In the Powerpoint, the mean is found with all work shown, the mode is clearly identified for students and there is step - by - step slides on finding the median. The range is also calculated on the stem - and - leaf included. This Powerpoint can be used from 1st Year when students are generally first introduced to the stem - and -leaf diagram all the way up to 5th/6th Year. With this Powerpoint you will not need to look any further as students will find it extremely easy to follow and will be very sure on what calculations to do for each of the central tendencies and the range. All of my students have always given positive feedback and found it extremely useful.
Complex Numbers Transformations
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Complex Numbers Transformations

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This animated display of the transformations of Complex Numbers allows students to so easily visualise what happens in each transformation. After this Powerpoint is presented to them they will know what is happeneing on the Argand Diagram when they do their calculations. This then allows them to describe the transformation that is occuring (this is a very commonly asked question in the exam). This is an unbelievably useful tool and after I used it in my lessons I was able to then upload it to my classes Google Classroom where they can access it and continuously remind themselves of the transformations. Students themselves found it extremely easy to follow and very often asked me to send it to them so they could use it in the run - in of their exams.
Factorising Booklet of Notes/Practice for Teaching/Revision/Grinds
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Factorising Booklet of Notes/Practice for Teaching/Revision/Grinds

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This 10 - page booklet of notes/practice questions for all four types of factorising is the only tool you will need to teach your students the topic of Factorising. You will use this resource for many years to come in your teaching career. It is an exclusively made 10 page booklet which contains approximately 10 questions on each type of factorising. It is better laid out than any book as it is so simply explained to the students and keeps the four types of factorisations together for the students to easily see the difference between each type. You could print this off and use it to teach your students the topic from start to finish with it or you could use it as a revision tool at the end of the topic or term or you could also use it for one - to - one tuition. I have uploaded it in a Word document for your benefit so that you can edit it to suit yourself and your class’ needs, although very little, if any at all, should be required. The questions at the end are from the Irish Junior Certificate Past Exam Papers.
Highest Common Factorising (HCF)
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Highest Common Factorising (HCF)

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This unique and equally excellent resource clearly introduces what Factorising is to the students and then fully explains and covers Highest Common Factorising. There is a very detailed and clear animated Powerpoint Presentation with many examples and then two classwork/homework worksheets(Worksheet 1(simple) - 16 questions and Worksheet 2(more advanced)- 16 questions). There are also two animated Powerpoint presentations accompanying these worksheets with all of the solutions to each worksheet. Also, each factorised expression is multiplied back out for students to check their answer, giving students an opportunity to practice their multiplication of expressions also. This allows for very accessible and simple corrections. Finally there is a matching activity which gives the students a chance to work in groups and match each given expression with its equivalent factorised expression.
Describing the Shape of a Distribution
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Describing the Shape of a Distribution

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This animated Powerpoint presentation illustrates clearly to students how to correctly identify and describe the shape of distributions including the histograms and stem - and - leaf plot diagrams. In particular the Powerpoint presentation shows students how to comment on the shape of the left side of a back - to - back stem and leaf diagram. This presentation makes it so simple for teachers to show the students how to make their comments and their descriptions. It is a presentation that can be used from 3rd Year up to 6th Year when covering the topic of Statistics.
Solving Linear Equations 2 including worksheet and solutions
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Solving Linear Equations 2 including worksheet and solutions

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This animated PowerPoint presentation accompanied by a 30 question worksheet and PowerPoint solutions is all you need to for students to progress further into the concept of solving linear equations. This is the second Powerpoint on Linear Equations which follows on from Solving Linear Equations 1. This resource focuses solely on how division is the inverse operation to multiplication and how we use that to solve linear equations. Students get ample amount of practice with the worksheet with 30 questions included. This resource is so teacher friendly also as the worksheet has animated PowerPoint presentation solutions which allows the teacher to circle the classroom while correcting the homework. This resource prepares the student for further, more complicated linear equations they will have to solve (which I also have similar resources uploaded for). This resource has been extremely successful for me when teaching this topic and I believe it can be extremely useful to every teacher as it is so accessible and so easily understandable by the student.
Solving Linear Equations 1 including Worksheet & Solutions
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Solving Linear Equations 1 including Worksheet & Solutions

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This animated PowerPoint presentation accompanied by a 30 question worksheet and PowerPoint solutions is all you need to introduce students to the concept of solving linear equations. With the students first introduced to the idea of the equals sign acting like a balance on a see-saw they can easily see how linear equations are solved and why each step is taken in the process, which is of utmost importance. It prepares them for further more complicated linear equations they will have to solve (which I also have similar resources uploaded for). This resource is so teacher friendly also as the worksheet has animated PowerPoint presentation solutions which allows the teacher to circle the classroom while correcting the homework. All you will need is a remote control for your overhead projector. It has worked for me everytime I have taught this topic.
Linear & Simultaneous Equations Booklet of Notes/Practice Questions for Teaching/Revising/Grinds
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Linear & Simultaneous Equations Booklet of Notes/Practice Questions for Teaching/Revising/Grinds

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This 13- page booklet of notes/practice questions for both Linear & Simultaneous Equations is the ultimate tool you will need to teach your students the solving of Linear Equations & then simultaneous linear equations. This will be a resource that you will use for many years to come in your teaching career. It includes many practice questions of all types of both Linear & Simultaneous Equations. It is an exclusively made 13 page booklet which students can use and refer back to time and time again. It is better laid out than any book as it is so simply explained to the students and keeps the entire topics of Linear & Simultaneous Equations together. You could print this off and use it to teach your students the topic from start to finish with it or you could use it as a revision tool at the end of the topic or term or you could also use it for one - to - one tuition. I have uploaded it in a Word document for your benefit so that you can edit it to suit yourself and your class needs, although very little, if any at all, should be required. The questions at the end are from the Irish Junior Certificate Past Exam Papers.
Quadratic Equations Booklet of Notes/Practice Questions for Teaching/Revising/Grinds
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Quadratic Equations Booklet of Notes/Practice Questions for Teaching/Revising/Grinds

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This 16- page booklet of notes/practice questions for Quadratic Equations is the ultimate tool you will need to teach your students the solving of Quadratic Equations. This will be a resource that you will use for many years to come in your teaching career. It includes many practice questions of all three types of Quadratic Equations and also the use of the Quadratic formula and the making of Quadratic Equations when given the roots. It is an exclusively made 16 page booklet which students can use and refer back to time and time again. It is better laid out than any book as it is so simply explained to the students and keeps the entire topic of Quadratic Equations together. You could print this off and use it to teach your students the topic from start to finish with it or you could use it as a revision tool at the end of the topic or term or you could also use it for one - to - one tuition. I have uploaded it in a Word document for your benefit so that you can edit it to suit yourself and your class needs, although very little, if any at all, should be required. The questions at the end are from the Irish Junior Certificate Past Exam Papers.
Solving Linear Equations 3 including Worksheet and Solutions
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Solving Linear Equations 3 including Worksheet and Solutions

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This unique and animated PowerPoint presentation accompanied by a 20 question worksheet and PowerPoint solutions is all you need to for students to progress further into the concept of solving linear equations. This is the third Powerpoint on Linear Equations which follows on from Solving Linear Equations 1 & 2. This resource focuses solely on how multiplication is the inverse operation to division and how we use that to solve linear equations. Students get ample amount of practice with the worksheet with 20 questions included. This resource is so teacher friendly also as the worksheet has animated PowerPoint presentation solutions which allows the teacher to circle the classroom while correcting the homework. This resource prepares the student for further, more complicated linear equations they will have to solve (which I also have similar resources uploaded for). This resource has been extremely successful for me when teaching this topic and I believe it can be extremely useful to every teacher as it is so accessible and so easily understandable by the student.