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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
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.
Exact Trig Values GCSE 9-1 Foldables
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Exact Trig Values GCSE 9-1 Foldables

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Exact trig values is new to the GCSE 9-1 specification. This resource is to support pupils in providing summary notes or a revision resource. This resource has been updated and there are now four folables in this download; covering different aspects to do e=with exact trigonometric values and trig graphs. The four foldables cover; Exact Trig Values; Pupils use the two triangles (one right angled and one equilateral) to determine the exact trig values using SOH CAH TOA. They will also need to use Pythagoras’ theorem to find the length of the hypotenuse. Trig Graphs: Pupils are required to recall and sketch the graphs of sin, cos and tan from -360° to 360° on the given axis. Exact Trig Values >90°; pupils use the exact trip values from the two triangles and use to calculate carefully chosen trig values e.g. sin 210°. Using Exact Trig Values; pupils use the trig values to complete sums of different trig values (therefore pupils need to be able to add/subtract fractions). 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. I have included an A4 version for UK printers and a let 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.
Functions Recognising, Naming Revision Foldables
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Functions Recognising, Naming Revision Foldables

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This resource includes four GCSE 9-1 revision foldables requiring pupils to recognise and name, or sketch, the basic functions of staight lines, quadratics, cubics, reciprocal, exponentials and circles. Foldables can be used as a revision or summary activity 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. Don’t forget to check out the foldables 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.
Quadratic Simultaneous Equations Heat Map
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Quadratic Simultaneous Equations Heat Map

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Heat Maps can be displayed or printed for each pair of pupils. Each heat map increases in difficulty indicated by the hotness, the redder/hotter the more difficult the question. Pupils choose a cell to start at and perform the given operation with the corresponding element of the question from the x and y axis. This heat map requires pupils to solve the corresponding equations; one linear with one quadratic. This resource is also available as part of the Heat Map Bundle, check it out! Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Inequalities on a Number Line (Tick or Trash)
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Inequalities on a Number Line (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. Pupils are tasked with assessing answers given to questions on representing inequalities on a number line. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Check out the Tick or Trash bundle. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Formula GCSE 9-1 Revision Foldable
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Formula GCSE 9-1 Revision Foldable

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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 resource includes two foldables, one covering the Foundation tier formulae for the new 9-1 GCSE specification that puils will be required to remember and use and second foldable includes the additional Higher tier formulae, again which pupils will need to both recall and use. This foldable is also available as part of the foldable bundle. Lets Connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com www.numberloving.com NewPriceSale
Transformations Prompt Sheet
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Transformations Prompt Sheet

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Prompt sheets are an ideal activity to complete before a topic to establish pupils’ prior knowledge or to use as a review/revision activity at the end of a topic. Pupils use the provided vocabulary word bank to annotate the pictures and diagrams provided. This prompt sheet covers the transformations of enlargement, reflection, rotation and translation. This prompt sheet is available in a bundle with other prompt sheets. Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
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.
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
Reciprocal (Tick or Trash)
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Reciprocal (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. Pupils are tasked with assessing answers given to questions about stating the reciprocal of numbers, decimals, fractions and mixed numbers. Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Angles in Polygons Revision Foldable
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Angles in Polygons Revision Foldable

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This resource “Angles in Polygons Revision Foldable” is available as part of the angle properties revision foldable pack (£3) check it out here. 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 resource covers angles in triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons; finding the interior and exterior angles and recalling the rules associated. Print on coloured paper of card so it stands out in pupils notes. Check out our foldables bundle here; Foldables 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.
Evaluating Functions Tick or Trash
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Evaluating Functions 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. Part of the new curriculum, the questions asked in this ‘Tick or Trash’ are about evaluating three functions: f(x), g(x) and h(x). Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Sequences; Nth Term (Tick or Trash)
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Sequences; Nth Term (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. Pupils are tasked with assessing answers given to questions finding the nth term of linear, moving on to the nth term of quadratic sequences. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Check out the Tick or Trash bundle. Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Completing the Square (Tick or Trash)
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Completing the Square (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. Pupils are tasked with assessing answers given to questions requiring completing the square of quadratics (trinomials). Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Gradient of Straight Line Graphs Tick or Trash
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Gradient of Straight Line Graphs 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. This resource tests pupils rearranging skills in order to identify the gradient (m) from an equation. Pupils must assess the answers of two different students, ticking one and trashing the other. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Operating with Algebraic Fractions (Harder) Heat Map
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Operating with Algebraic Fractions (Harder) Heat Map

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Heat Maps can be displayed or printed for each pair of pupils. Each heat map increases in difficulty indicated by the hotness, the redder/hotter the more difficult the question. Pupils choose a cell to start at and perform the given operation with the corresponding element of the question from the x and y axis. Full solutions provided. This heat map requires pupils to add together the algebraic fractions, this is with increased difficulty due to the denominator being made up of algebraic terms or expressions. This resource is available as part of a Heat Map Bundle, check it out! Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Comparing Data Sets Tick or Trash
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Comparing Data Sets 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. Pupils are asked to assess the comparisons made between two data sets and decide which is the best comparison and why. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Vectors Tick or Trash
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Vectors 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. Pupils are tasked with assessing answers given to questions on vectors. The first question asks for vectors on a parallelogram and the second a parallelogram with a midpoint. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Check out the Tick or Trash bundle. Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Ratio of Amounts Tick or Trash
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Ratio of Amounts 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. This set of ‘Tick or Trash’ questions increases in difficulty, making this resource accessible to all. Questions go from simple sharing of amounts to more problem solving questions. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale
Simplifying Expressions Heat Map
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Simplifying Expressions Heat Map

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Heat Maps can be displayed or printed for each pair of pupils. Each heat map increases in difficulty indicated by the hotness, the redder/hotter the more difficult the question. Pupils choose a cell to start at and perform the given operation with the corresponding element of the question from the x and y axis. Full solutions provided. This heat map requires pupils to add and simplify the algebraic expressions that correspond to their chosen cell. This resource is available as part of the Heat Map Bundle, check it out! Thank you for looking. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale