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Hello all NumberLovers! We enjoy sharing creative ideas for teaching and learning Mathematics and numeracy for all key stages and abilities, and we hope to hear back on how the ideas and resources have worked for you. Get in touch numberloving@outlook.com @numberloving
Bills, Statements, Credit, Debit GCSE 9-1 AQA Exam Style Task Cards & Starter
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Bills, Statements, Credit, Debit GCSE 9-1 AQA Exam Style Task Cards & Starter

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GCSE 9-1 Maths Exam Bills, Statements, Credit, Debit (Task Cards) This is a set of thirteen different task cards on bills, pay statements, bank statements, credit and debit in which pupils need to find the missing values. This download also includes a free complementary starter activity “9-1 New Spec Bills, Statement Quick Fire Questions”. Pupils complete the ten quick fire questions on slides 3 on wards on mini white boards. We recommend you use that starter to ensure terminologgy such as debit and credit are understood and methods are discussed with each question. Each question helps to introduce terminology and recap basic skills of addition, subtraction and multiplication in relation to bills, pay statements and bank statements as required in the new GCSE 9-1 mathematics specification. Pupils will then be able to independently or in pairs tackle the task cards. The task cards can be printed and laminated so they can be used again. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. **Lets connect ** @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Rounding Significant Figures & Decimals Treasure Hunt
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Rounding Significant Figures & Decimals Treasure Hunt

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This Treasure Hunt activity has been prepared to practice skills of rounding, as needed in many GCSE questions, rounding up to significant figures. There are three treasure hunts of increasing difficulty, with red the easiest and suitable for those entry level/Foundation covering rounding to the nearest 10, 100 etc. The amber level is suitable for GCSE students and covers rounding to given decimal places as well as nearest km, m, cm and therefore pupils are required to know their metric conversions. The green level covers rounding to a given number of significant figures. 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. Check out our blog post on the different ways Treasure Hunt cards can be used. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions, please view via the preview and on download.
Stem and Leaf White Rose Year 9 Treasure Hunt
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Stem and Leaf White Rose Year 9 Treasure Hunt

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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 three levels; red, amber and green. The red treasure hunt is the easiest and focuses on fluency of reading stem and leaf diagrams and drawing them. The amber level introduces some reasoning and problem solving; were as the green level is the most difficult involving problem solving of finding missing values given a known average. It supports the White Rose Maths year 9 scheme of work. It comes complete with instructions and solutions. **Lets connect ** @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com **Terms of Use** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Standard Index Form Fan and Pick
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Standard Index Form Fan and Pick

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Updated April 2018*- This resources has new content added. It now includes one set in the traditional fan and pick style (i.e. answer on the question cards) and a second version of the question cards with the answer removed. Therefore giving more flexibility for how you might use them with your students. You will also find two versions, the first is for the UK in which it is referred to as “Standard Form” and the second for US in which it is called “Scientific Notation”. Previous buyers, please re-download to access new content. Fan and Pick activity promotes cooperative learning (Kagan strategy), by creating situations for discussions around finding the correct answer and not just what the answer is. They can be used as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, used to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision. Each Fan and Pick set has a set of 12 question cards, each card has three questions differentiated by hotness. The questions here cover converting numbers from and to standard index form and calculating with numbers in standard index form. If you’ve enjoyed this resource you should check out the Fan and Pick Bundle! Please note this resource is also available as part of that bundle. Let’s Connect NumberLoving Blog Twitter: @numberloving Email: numberloving@outlook.com
Rounding Nearest 10, 100, 100 (Treasure Hunt)
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Rounding Nearest 10, 100, 100 (Treasure Hunt)

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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 has three different Treasure Hunts of equal difficulty aimed at lower ability Y7 pupils. It requires pupils to round to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000. A quick activity, perfect for a plenary task. 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.
Calculating Angles Math Art Worksheets (Easter Special)
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Calculating Angles Math Art Worksheets (Easter Special)

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UPDATED MARCH 2018- REDOWNLOAD FOR ACCESS TO NEW CONTENT Math Art combines the fun of colouring and the consolidation of mathematical skills Ideal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision. In this math art activity pupils need to calculate missing angles, including isosceles triangles, parallel lines and polygons. Pupils then shade all the squares with those answers in the colour stated. There are three different worksheets of three different levels of difficulty, each results in a different Easter image. Worksheet 1: There are 14 questions on angles on a straight line, around a point and within a triangle. Worksheet 2:There are 14 questions which quickly move from angles around a point, on straight line to triangles, including triangles within parallel lines. Worksheet 3:There are 13 questions to answer on calculating missing angles; including angles in parallel lines, isosceles triangles, polygons and finally finding the number of sides given the exterior angles. This resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas to support and challenge. This resource is available in the following; Easter bundle Let’s Connect Visit our website for more ideas; www.numberloving.com @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com Terms of Use Download is for the use of one teacher only.
Easter Math Activities Pack
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Easter Math Activities Pack

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This bundle has four different resources each with an Easter theme! In total there are 12 different worksheets to select from. They cover a range of abilities, you will find something for any class! Adding Fractions Collect a Joke- This has three different worksheets of increasing difficult to choose from (from add/subtract with common denominators, to calculating with mixed numbers). Each gives a different Easter themed joke. Calculating Angles Math Art Again three worksheets of increasing difficulty from angles around a point, to angles in polygons on the 3rd worksheet. Each sheet results in a different Easter picture. Rearranging y=mx+c Math Art Three increasingly difficult worksheets finding the gradient of a function. Resulting in three different Easter images. Averages Math Art Three increasingly difficult worksheets finding the median, mode, range and mean from a list of numbers and upto evaluting algebraic expressions to find an average. Resulting in three different Easter images. (please see each resource for previews and further details). Each resource comes complete with instructions, solutions and ideas for support/stretch. Have a great Easter everyone! Let’s Connect numberloving@outlook.com @numberloving NumberLoving Blog
Averages from a list Math Art Easter Special
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Averages from a list Math Art Easter Special

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In this Math Art activity there are three differentiated worksheets covering finding the median, mode & range from a list of numbers and from evaluating alegbraic expressions. The three worksheets are; Worksheet 1: There are 14 questions on finding the mode, median and range from a list of numbers. Worksheet 2: There are 14 questions in total, finding the median, mode, range and means from a list of numbers and from evaluating algebraic terms. Worksheet 3: There are 14 questions on median, mode and range and include evaluating algebraic expressions in order to find these and one question on the mean. Each worksheet comes in two versions, the first is split into two pages in which pupils would need to complete the questions first and then complete the colouring on the grid on the second page. The second version has questions and grid consolidated onto one page. Therefore giving the flexibilty of how you may use the resource.Also in this download you will receive two versions of the product, one is for A4 printers (UK) and the other letter size for US printers. Math Art combines the fun of colouring and the consolidation of mathematical skills. It is ideal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision. This resource is available in the following; Easter bundle All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Maths Revision Foldable Pack
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Maths Revision Foldable Pack

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Maths Revision Foldable Pack 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 15 revision foldables and I do add to it so its worth checking back. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Thank you for looking, I hope colleagues find the resources useful in the classroom. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Simplifying Surds Worksheets Collect a Joke
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Simplifying Surds Worksheets Collect a Joke

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Simplifying Surds (Collect a Joke) This resource includes three differentiated worksheets; Green-Harder Amber-Middle ground Yellow-easier Pupils complete the worksheet at their level, once complete pupils move around the room collecting words of the joke with each answer. (Laminate and slice the display cards and stick up around the room). This joke is a cracker! Check out www.numberloving.co.uk or our TES store for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Maths KS3: Numeracy for Y9 resources
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Maths KS3: Numeracy for Y9 resources

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This is unit 1 (of 6) of short numeracy sessions to be delivered during form time to year 9 pupils. The materials have been developed with non specialists in mind. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this.
Coordinates: Coordinate Code (Collect a Joke Worksheet)
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Coordinates: Coordinate Code (Collect a Joke Worksheet)

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Coordinates: Coordinate Code (Collect a Joke Worksheet) This activity requires pupils to read quadrants in the first quadrant, each coordinate position has a letter therefore pupils collect the joke and punchline. The joke reads ‘What do you call a donkey with three legs?’ The answer ‘a wonky donkey’. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Pi day Maths Activity Pack
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Pi day Maths Activity Pack

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Pi day Maths Activity Pack Here are three resources to use when celebrating Pi Day March 14th. They cover a range of ages and ability . The bundle includes Pi Day Relay Race Drawing circles mystery Collect a Joke (Fractions of amounts with a Pi Day joke) All resources are available to purchase separately but why not grab a bargain now! Let’s Connect Twitter: @numberloving Email: numberloving@outlook.com Blog: www.numberloving.co.uk Terms of Use Use for the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Solving Inequalities Tick or Trash
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Solving Inequalities Tick or Trash

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Test your students’ ability to spot mistakes and develop their understanding with this activity. Pupils are given two different answers to a question and have to determine which is correct. They then have to explain what misconception has led to the incorrect answer. Solving two step inequalities and double inequalities. Pupils should then be challenged to identify the smallest or largest possible integer which satisfies the solution. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Like this? Then check out the Tick or Trash Bundle Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Easter Maths: Adding Fractions Collect a Joke THREE Worksheets
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Easter Maths: Adding Fractions Collect a Joke THREE Worksheets

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This resource includes three worksheets of increasing difficultly, each with a different Easter joke. Therefore fully differentiated for a class of varying abilities, or pupils can work through from easy to difficult. Collect a joke worksheet/activity requires pupils to collect the letters to give the punchline to a joke. Worksheet 1: Adding and subtracting fractions with a common denominator, then in the final few questions pupils need to find a common denominator. Worksheet 2: Adding and subtracting fractions by finding a common denominator and leading to add/subtract mixed numbers. Worksheet 3: Adding and subtracting mixed numbers. Each worksheet has two different versions, one version for printing and laminating for reuse, the second version includes a space for pupils to complete their working out. This resource is available in the following; Easter bundle Let’s Connect Visit our website for more ideas; www.numberloving.com @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com Terms of Use Download is for the use of one teacher only.
GCSE 9-1 Maths Bundle
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GCSE 9-1 Maths Bundle

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9-1 Maths GCSE Bundle This bundle currently consists of fifteen premium and one free resource, bought individually for a total of £44. Each resource is designed to address new elements of the 9-1 GCSE math specification or the style of questions seen so far in the new 9-1 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 the levels of differentiation included. Get in touch via numberloving@outlook.com
Using Scales White Rose Year 9 Treasure Hunt
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Using Scales White Rose Year 9 Treasure Hunt

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This activity has been designed to support the White Rose Year 9 scheme of work. Treasure Hunt activities 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. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Transforming Translating Graphs Revision Foldables
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Transforming Translating Graphs Revision Foldables

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Transformation of Graphs Revision Foldable This purchase includes nine foldables on tranformation of graphs, there are five on translation of graphs (as needed for the 9-1 GCSE Maths) and four foldables that have a mix of transformations e.g. translation, reflection and stretch. The foldables require the students to recall the different transformations (reflections, translations and stretch) naming and describing each transformation. •Translating Graphs 1; Pupils state the general rules for translation of graphs e.g. f(x)+a. Once complete this could be used as support for pupils to refer to. •Translating Graphs 2; Specific translations only in one direction, pupils describe and sketch for a function of f(x)=x² •Translating Graphs 3; Specific translations in one or more direction on the graph of f(x)=x². •Describing Translations 1; Pupils are given a sketch and from that they describe the translation on the f(x)=x², each translation is in one direction only. •Describing Translations 2; Pupils are given a sketch and from that they describe the translation on the quadratic function, the translation is in one or more direction. •Transforming Graphs 1; General rules for translation and stretches, pupils are to describe in words. •Transforming Graphs 2; Specific transformations on the function f(x)=x² (axis provided) •Transforming Graphs 3; Specific transformation on any function of your choosing (axis provided) 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. The download will include two versions one in US letter size and the other in A4 paper size, please print to the most appropriate following the print instructions included. If you like this resource you might also like the transformation of graphs prompt sheet, check it out in the NumberLoving shop. All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below. Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.
Expand and Simplify (Spot the Mistake Worksheet)
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Expand and Simplify (Spot the Mistake Worksheet)

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Expand and Simplify (Spot the Mistake Worksheet) Spot the mistake activity can be used to assess pupils understanding of each topic. This spot the mistake involves expanding and simplifying brackets. The worksheet given has an already matched up tarsia puzzle and pupils are told there are mistakes to be found. Pupils should then work through the matched up edges to check, by doing the expansion themselves, if it is correct. If correct shade in one colour (I use green), if it is wrong pupils shade it in red and then list the correct answer in the space provided. All our resources come complete with instructions and ideas to stretch and support pupils.
Ratio White Rose Year 8 using Bar Model Treasure Hunt
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Ratio White Rose Year 8 using Bar Model Treasure Hunt

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Ratio using the Bar Model Treasure Hunt This treasure hunt activity 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 or it is also a great revision exercise. Check out our blog post on the different ways Treasure Hunt cards can be used. This treasure hunt activity has been prepared to practice skills of ratio; sharing amounts using the bar model and solving problems of more/less. It was designed to support the KS3 White Rose Hub scheme of work for Year 8, Autumn term scheme of work. It is differentiated to three levels of difficulty; red, amber and green and is developed with KS3 bar model in mind, but could be used for Foundation GCSE students. 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.