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A student maths teacher sharing resources that my students have enjoyed! Any reviews would be greatly appreciated!
Money Tuck-Shop Worksheet
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Money Tuck-Shop Worksheet

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A Tuck-Shop style worksheet to allow students to practice adding and subtracting amounts of money. Also familiarizes them with converting pence to pounds, and calculating change
Standard Form PowerPoint
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Standard Form PowerPoint

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A standard form PowerPoint: Explains why standard form is used Demonstrates the layout of standard form and how to identify when a number is correctly written in standard form Has practice questions changing from ordinary numbers to standard form and vice versa Includes a fun whiteboard activity of magazine style questions such as ‘How much did James Bond make at Box Office as an ordinary number’
GCSE Key Skill Starters
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GCSE Key Skill Starters

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A PowerPoint of pre-made starters questions. 44 different starters in one PowerPoint, each containing 4 questions which focuses in on key GCSE skills. Including: Long Multiplication, Division, Ratio, Percentage Increase, Key Terms, Area and Perimeter of shapes, Expanding Algebraic Expressions, Factorising, Prime Numbers, Solving Equations, Simplifying Fractions, Geometry facts, Similar Shapes, Parallel Lines and much more!
Surds Mixed Revision Worksheet
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Surds Mixed Revision Worksheet

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A worksheet which combines skills of simplifying, multiplying, adding, subtracting and expanding brackets with Surds Available in Colour/Black and White Best printed in A3/A4
Practicing Methods of Multiplication
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Practicing Methods of Multiplication

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A worksheet for students to practice the three main methods of multiplication, Column Method, Chinese Method and Grid Method. The worksheet includes multiplication of two-digit and three-digit numbers. Avaliable in Colour, Black/White, A4 and A5 versions to make printing easier!
Percentage Code Breakers
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Percentage Code Breakers

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Three Percentage Code Breakers that will get students familiar with using multipliers to find a percentage of an amount. Calculator Recommended. Three code breakers in total, two shorter ones that could be used as a quick activity/starter. One longer one to keep students busy for longer, great as an extension sheet for those students that fly ahead! (All include maths puns/jokes so I apologise in advance)
Expanding Single and Double Brackets
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Expanding Single and Double Brackets

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A worksheet that gets students to practice expanding single and double brackets. The worksheet includes prompts (F.O.I.L) so it is a perfect worksheet to set as independent revision/homework Available in Colour/Black and White and A4/A5
Solving One-Step Linear Equations
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Solving One-Step Linear Equations

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A worksheet which gets students to practice solving simple linear equations. The worksheet is split into: Equations where they must solve using division (5x = 15) Equations where they must solve using addition/subtraction (x + 2 = 4) Available in A4/A5 Colour/Black and White
Expanding and Factorising into Single Brackets
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Expanding and Factorising into Single Brackets

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A worksheet which focuses on two skills, expanding single brackets and factorising into single brackets. The questions have a mix of negative and positive numbers to encourage students to think about their directed numbers. Worksheet avaliable in colour or black and white. Worksheet also avaliable in A5 print out (two worksheets per page)
Finding The Nth Term of Increasing Sequences
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Finding The Nth Term of Increasing Sequences

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A worksheet which focuses in on two skills. Finding the Nth Term of a linear sequence where the terms are increasing, and using the Nth Term to work out the 100th Term in a sequence. Available in Colour/Black and White. A4/A5
Finding the Nth Term of Decreasing Sequences
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Finding the Nth Term of Decreasing Sequences

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A worksheet that gets students to work out the Nth Term of linear sequences where the terms decrease. The worksheet also gets students to use the Nth term to work out the first three and the 100th term in a sequence. Available in Colour/Black and White and A4/A5
Percentage Decrease Word Problems
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Percentage Decrease Word Problems

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8 worded problem questions that focus on percentage decrease. The questions deal with money, temperature and distance and to get students familiar with different units Available in Word format so that you can edit the numbers depending on class ability and PDF
Identify the Trigonometric Rules
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Identify the Trigonometric Rules

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A worksheet based around getting students to correctly label right angle triangles ‘Hypotenuse, Opposite and Adjacent’ in order to select whether the SIne, Cosine, or Tangent rule should be used to work out missing lengths. The questions are based around SOH CAH TOA and have no specific angle values, this worksheet is for practicing the labelling of triangles and identifying the appropriate trigonometric rule. Worksheet avaliable in Colour/Black and White (A4/A5)
The Christmas Elf Game
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The Christmas Elf Game

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A maths Christmas Elf Game, includes a PowerPoint and spreadsheet for pupils to fill in. The Rules: Each student/group gets given 12 elves, on each day they must decide whether to send the elves to the ‘Nearby Woods’ or ‘Faraway Forest’ the weather at each location is determined by rolling a dice. If the weather is good the elves come back with Christmas trees to sell. Aim of the game is to make as much money as possible! Including additional events such as “The Mountain Road”, “The Tax Man”, “The Strike”, “Elves for hire” and much more
The Easter Game
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The Easter Game

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A Easter version of the classic Maths ‘Elf Game’ Includes a PowerPoint and spreadsheet (Word/PDF) for pupils to fill in. The Rules: Each group of students are given 12 bunnies, and on each day they must decide whether to send the elves to the ‘Nearby Meadow’ or ‘Faraway Forest’ the weather at each location is determined by rolling a dice. If the weather is good the bunnies come back with Easter Eggs to sell. Aim of the game is to make as much money as possible! Including additional events such as “Down the Rabbit Hole”, “The Tax Man”, “The Bunny Strike”, “Bunnies for Hire” and much more
Pirate Coordinate Game
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Pirate Coordinate Game

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A fun Battleship type game! Working in pairs, one student will be ‘Pirate Peg Leg’ and hide the hidden treasure on their copy of the map. The other student, using their own map need to recall the grid numbers that they think the treasure is in! If they find the treasure they score points! A fun game to introduce primary school students to the concept of co-ordinates, x axis and y axis. Includes instruction sheets, treasure chests to cut out and a treasure map. (Number scale on co-ordinate axis need adding depending on ability of class)
The Pirate Game
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The Pirate Game

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The Pirate Game! Players place the symbols and money amounts into a Battleship style grid. The teacher picks co-ordinates at random, and the players cross out each square as they go. If money is hit, they total up the amount in the cash section If they hit a symbol, refer to the symbol key on what action needs to take place. Includes a PowerPoint with class instructions, "The Pirate Game Grid Worksheet’ and a ‘Pirate Game Symbol Key’