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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
Describing Transformations (Foldable)
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Describing Transformations (Foldable)

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This resource covers the Maths GCSE 9-1 topic of describing transformations on shapes. There are five revision foldables, each foldable requires students to describe the shown transformation that maps the black shape to the grey shaded shape. The five foldables are Describing transformations; this includes one of each of the four transformations; translation, enlargement, reflection and rotation. Describing reflections; pupils need to describe fully the four reflections including axis reflections and reflection in a diagonal line Describing rotations; pupils need to describe fully the four rotations. Describing translations; pupils need to describe fully the four translations. Describing transformations; pupils need to describe fully the four enlargements, including a positive , fractional and two negative scale factors. 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. When downoaded there will be two different size versions; A4 for UK printers and US letter size. Please print from the one most appropriate following the printing instructions. 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.
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.
Indices & Surds Revision Foldable
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Indices & Surds Revision Foldable

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This resource covers the topics of laws of indices & surds. There are four revision foldables, each foldable requires students to state the law involved. The four foldables are; Basic Laws of Indices; pupils state the laws for multiplying, dividing, powers, and power of 0. Negative & Fractional Laws of Indices ; state the results of negative and fractional indices, and combined in terms of a and y Laws of Surds ; state the laws of surds for multiplying, dividing, factorising and squaring. Rationalising the denominator; simple denominator and conjugate pair, one of each in terms of a, b and c and second in numbers as examples. Foldables can be used as a revision or summary exercise at the end of a topic and also make an excellent revision resource. As the answers are hidden pupils can use these to ‘test’ themselves or ask someone else such as a parent to test them. 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.
FREE Translation Starter (Quick Fire Questions)
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FREE Translation Starter (Quick Fire Questions)

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This resource can be used as a starter to accompany our Translation Mystery resource available in store. This starter is aimed at introducing translations through 10 quick fire questions on describing translations. Pupils can answer on mini whiteboards; use discussion to introduce and model that the movement left/right should be given first, followed by the move up/down.