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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

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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

Maths Display; 9-1 Number Types

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Maths Display; 9-1 Number Types Inspired by @c0mplexnumber’s Square and Cubes display (please check it out via the link in the resource) I have expanded this to include Fibonacci, triangle and prime numbers which have become increasingly important in the new 9-1 GCSE Mathematics exam. Print each page on coloured A4 paper, laminate and cut out for a lasting and effective reference display squares, cubes and triangle numbers reinforced further by the shapes made with the numbers! 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.Check out our store and blog for more ideas and resources Lets connect @numberloving numberloving@outlook.com NumberLoving Blog **Terms of Use ** For the use of the purchaser only, see full terms and conditions.

Averages Fortune Teller

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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 find averages (mean, median, mode and range) from a set of data. 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.

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.

Indices & Surds Revision Foldable

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This resource covers the topics of laws of indices &amp; 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 &amp; 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.

Circle Theorems Revision Foldable

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Circle theorems are the angle properties associated with circles, chords, tangents, radius and diameters and is part of the GCSE 9-1 curriculum. This resource includes three circle theorem revision foldables. Foldables are ideal for revision or review of a topic and a unique way of creating notes which can be used again and again to test knowledge. The three foldables are; Circle Theorems 1 (pp. 4-5): This foldable requires students to recognise and state in full each of the circle theorems. Circle Theorems 2 (pp.6-7): This foldable requires the pupils to draw an example of each circle theorem. Pupils should also state the theorem in full. Circle Theorems 3 (pp.8-9): This foldable requires pupils to find the missing angles and state the circle theorem used. Two versions of different paper sizes are included one is A4 size and the other letter size. Remember to choose to ‘fit’ when printing. 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. Updated March 2019

Long Multiplication Fortune Teller

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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 &quot;pot luck&quot; 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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Naming Parts of Circle

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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 add together the fractions that correspond to their chosen cell. This resource is also available in the Heat Map Bundle, check it out! NewPriceSale

Coordinate Geometry Revision Foldable

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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 perform operations with the algebraic fractions which correspond to the chosen cell. This resource is also available as part of a Heat Map bundle, check it out! www.numberloving.com

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Comparing Fractions, Decimals and Percents 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. Ideal for GCSE Foundation and Higher, pupils must compare fractions decimals and percentages by converting to the same form. Questions start with ordering decimals and move to comparing well known fractions, decimals and percentages with increasing difficulty. Full instructions, ideas for extension, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale

Express an Amount as Percentage of Another Fortune Teller

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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 express amounts as a percentage of £300. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a &quot;pot luck&quot; section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own.

Generating Sequences Fortune Teller

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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 generate the first three terms of a sequence given the rule . The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a &quot;pot luck&quot; section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own.

Sequences nth Term Fortune Teller

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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 find the nth term of linear sequences. The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a &quot;pot luck&quot; section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own.

Indices Fortune Teller

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This resource is included in our Fractional and Negative Fortune Teller pack of eight. 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 laws of indices, or evaluate those involving negative indices . 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.

Circle Theorems Prompt Sheet

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Prompt sheets can be used at the start of a new topic to establish pupils’ prior knowledge, alternatively they are an excellent way of starting revision. Pupils use the given vocabulary as a prompt to start to annotate the pictures. In this prompt sheet pupils are recalling circle theorems. Take a look at the Prompt Sheet Bundle. Lets Connect @numberloving NewPriceSale

Number Properties Fortune Teller

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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 select numbers from the given list of numbers that meet required number properties . The corners of the cootie catcher indicated the differentiation which is to three levels (easy, medium and difficult) and the fourth corner is a &quot;pot luck&quot; section. This resource comes complete with instructions, ideas for stretch/challenge and two blank versions for challenging pupils to create their own.

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.