BUNDLE Pi day

BUNDLE Pi day

Here are three resources ideal for a range of ages and ability when celebrating Pi Day March 16th. The bundle includes Pi Day Relay Race Drawing circles mystery Collect a Joke (Fractions of amounts with a Pi joke) All resources are available to purchase separately but why not grab a bargain now!
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9-1 NEW GCSE BUNDLE

9-1 NEW GCSE BUNDLE

This bundle currently consists of six premium and two free resources, bought individually for a total of £18. Each resource is designed to address new elements of the GCSE math specification or the style of questions seen so far in the new GCSE sample, practice and actual papers. Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for further differentiation. Please read individual descriptions for each resource, this will indicate levels of differentiation included. Get in touch via numberloving@outlook.com
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BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

This bundle has four different resources each with an Easter theme! They cover a range of abilities (please see each resource for further details) you will find something for any class! Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch. Have a great Easter everyone! Looking for the US version? Check it out here; BUNDLE Easter Math Activities US
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9-1 Efficient Calculator Use (Worksheets)

9-1 Efficient Calculator Use (Worksheets)

This resource includes two worksheets covering a range of questions on topics which can be completed on a scientific calculator efficiently. These worksheets complement our 9-1 Efficient Calculator Use Treasure Hunt resource. Worksheet 1 covers six topics (powers/roots, place value, remainders, primes, fractions and percentages). Worksheet 2 covers three overall topics but each progresses in challenge (use of formula, right angled triangles i.e. Pythagoras’ theorem and trigonometry, circles, arcs/sectors)
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Adding Fractions Collect a Joke (Easter)

Adding Fractions Collect a Joke (Easter)

This collect a joke activity requires pupils to collect the letters to give the punchline to a joke, which could be used at Easter time. Questions progress in difficulty from the addition of fractions with a common denominator, addition by finding a common denominator and on to the addition of mixed numbers. Visit our website for more ideas; www.numberloving.com Looking for the US version? Check it out here Add/Subtract Fractions Easter Special US
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Fractions of Amounts (Spot the mistake)

Fractions of Amounts (Spot the mistake)

Spot the mistake activity can be used to assess pupil's understanding of a topic. The aim is for pupils find the mistakes in an already the matched up jigsaw and they should then correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake involves finding fractions of amounts and involves two different versions, were version two can be used to stretch and challenge pupils by asking them to create questions which give the answers around the edge of the jigsaw. This resource comes with full instructions and solutions.
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BIDMAS Fortune Teller

BIDMAS Fortune Teller

Fortune Teller activities, or Cootie Catchers in the US, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to use the order of operations to perform calculations . The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own.
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Long Multiplication Fortune Teller

Long Multiplication Fortune Teller

Fortune Teller activities, or Cootie Catchers in the US, are a great childhood game remodeled to test mathematical skills. Check out our blog post (link in document) for further information. In this cootie catcher there are eight questions requiring students to multiply two and three digit numbers, leading to multiplying decimals. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a "pot luck" section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own.
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BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

BUNDLE Easter Math Activities

This bundle has four different resources each with an Easter theme! They cover a range of abilities (please see each resource for further details) you will find something for any class! Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch. Have a great Easter everyone! Looking for the US version? Check it out here; BUNDLE Easter Math Activities US
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BUNDLE Spot the Mistakes

BUNDLE Spot the Mistakes

"Spot the mistake" activity can be used to assess pupil's understanding of a topic. The aim is for pupils find the mistakes in an already the matched up jigsaw and they should then correct those mistakes. Each resource comes complete with instructions and solutions. Check out numberloving.com for further ideas!
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Expanding Binomials, Quadratics (Spot the Mistakes)

Expanding Binomials, Quadratics (Spot the Mistakes)

"Spot the mistake" activity can be used to assess pupil's understanding of a topic. The aim is for pupils find the mistakes in an already the matched up jigsaw and they should then correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake involves expanding brackets to form quadratics and involves two different versions, were version two can be used to stretch and challenge pupils by asking them to create questions which give the answers around the edge of the jigsaw. This resource comes with full instructions and solutions. Terms of Use Purchase of this resource is for the use of your classroom only. ©2016 NumberLoving
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Circle Theorems (Foldable)

Circle Theorems (Foldable)

Foldables can be used as a revision or summary exercise at the end of a topic. As the answers are hidden pupils can use these to ‘test’ themselves or ask someone else such as a parent to test them. This foldable requires students to recognise and state the circle theorems. It comes complete with instructions and solutions.
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BUNDLE All things algebra

BUNDLE All things algebra

This bundle includes 15 different algebra related resources which suit a range of abilities from simplifying expressions to solving linear and quadratic simultaneous equations. All resources are available separately and will be part of a bundle by activity type, return buyers should check carefully. Contact me if you would like to see resources bundled in a different way.
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Expand and Simplify (Spot the Mistake)

Expand and Simplify (Spot the Mistake)

Spot the mistake activity can be used to assess pupils understanding of each topic, as they find the mistakes in the matched up jigsaw and correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake involves expanding and simplifying brackets.
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9-1 Sytematic Listing Foundation (Treasure Hunt)

9-1 Sytematic Listing Foundation (Treasure Hunt)

Treasure Hunts promote cooperative learning and engagement by pupils working in pairs to find the correct answer. It can be used as the main lesson activity to determine what learning has taken place and also it is a great revision exercise. This Treasure Hunt activity has been prepared to practice skills of systematic listing, as seen in the new 9-1 GCSE curriculum. Check out our blog post on the different ways Treasure Hunt cards can be used (link in the resource). It is differentiated to two levels of difficulty; amber and green and is suitable up to grade 5. It comes complete with instructions, treasure hunt cards and solutions. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com Terms of Use For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
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Standard Form (Spot the mistake)

Standard Form (Spot the mistake)

Spot the mistakes can be used to assess pupils understanding as they find the mistakes in the matched up jigsaw and correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake involves writing numbers in standard form and operating with numbers in standard form. It comes complete with instructions and solutions.
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Sequences (Spot the Mistake)

Sequences (Spot the Mistake)

Spot the mistakes can be used to assess pupils understanding as they find the mistakes in the matched up jigsaw and correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake involves sequences for GCSE maths; finding the nth term, finding the next term and determining if a number is in the sequence. It comes complete with instructions and solutions.
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FREE Simultaneous Equations (Collect a Joke)

FREE Simultaneous Equations (Collect a Joke)

This activity reinvents the classic worksheet activity, although the joke is outdated. Watch out for an updated version soon! Pupils complete either the yellow (solving simple simultaneous equations with straight forward elimination) or the green route (multiplication or substitution). Reduce onto one A4 sheet. Once pupils have completed their worksheet they can then move around the room collecting the correct word with the answers thus collecting the joke. Pupils are motivated by the prospect of collecting the joke first. The worse the joke the better! Check out www.numberloving.com for more ideas and resources like this.
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Core 1 Arithmetic Sequences (Spot the Mistake)

Core 1 Arithmetic Sequences (Spot the Mistake)

Spot the mistakes can be used to assess pupils understanding as they find the mistakes in the matched up jigsaw and correct those mistakes. This spot the mistake is a domino trail and covers the nth term and recurrence relation. It comes complete with instructions and solutions.
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Continuous Data (Treasure Hunt)

Continuous Data (Treasure Hunt)

Treasure Hunts promote cooperative learning and engagement by pupils working in pairs to find the correct answer. It can be used as the main lesson activity to determine what learning has taken place and also it is a great revision exercise. This Treasure Hunt is differentiated to two levels, amber and green. The green treasure hunt includes the extra challenge of finding missing frequencies from the tables given the estimated mean. It comes complete with instructions, solutions and a basic record sheet if pupils need more structure to recording their questions and answers. Terms of Use Purchase of this resource is for the use of the purchaser only.
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Using Scales (Treasure Hunt)

Using Scales (Treasure Hunt)

Treasure Hunts promote cooperative learning and engagement by pupils working in pairs to find the correct answer. It can be used as the main lesson activity to determine what learning has taken place and also it is a great revision exercise. This Treasure Hunt is differentiated to two levels of difficulty; each level has 10 questions. The questions require pupils to practice their skills of using scales for models, maps to determine distances and using metric conversion facts to give answers in sensible units. It comes complete with instructions, solutions and a basic record sheet if pupils need more structure to recording their questions and answers. Check out our blog post on the different ways Treasure Hunt cards can be used (link in the resource). Terms of Use Purchase of this resource is for the use of the purchaser only.
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Vectors (Treasure Hunt Two levels)

Vectors (Treasure Hunt Two levels)

Two levels amber and green, I would recommend printing and laminating. Stick these up around the class room, pupils answer the question and move around the room finding their answer and then completed the question underneath. This continues until pupils have made it back to the start. Check out www.numberloving.com for more ideas and resources like this.
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BUNDLE Revision Foldables

BUNDLE Revision Foldables

*UPDATED 29th MARCH NOW INCLUDES NEW FOLDABLES Foldables can be used as a revision or summary exercise at the end of a topic. As the answers are hidden pupils can use these to ‘test’ themselves or ask someone else such as a parent to test them. This bundle includes 12 foldables and I do add to it so its worth checking back. Follow NumberLoving for regular updates on resources, so you know when to re-download! Thank you for looking, I hope colleagues find the resources useful in the classroom. Get in touch via @numberloving or numberloving@outlook.com
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