These resources are designed to get students to understand properly the topic they are working on. The sets of worksheets include a lot of repetition and are useful for teaching a topic or revision . Some of my resources are at a very basic level and are written for older teenagers and adults. If you like my style please send me suggestions of topics that you would like to see a resource created for.

These resources are designed to get students to understand properly the topic they are working on. The sets of worksheets include a lot of repetition and are useful for teaching a topic or revision . Some of my resources are at a very basic level and are written for older teenagers and adults. If you like my style please send me suggestions of topics that you would like to see a resource created for.

Over 20 worksheets of simple activities involving money that are illustrated and designed for use mainly with adults and teenagers.
Choose the right coins to pay for items.
Find the total value of 2, 3 or 4 coins or notes. The answers are small numbers in pence or whole numbers of pounds.
Find coins totalling 5p or 10p.
Add up the total cost of 2 or 3 items in whole numbers of pounds.
Find the change from using £5 or £10 notes to buy items.
Is there enough money to pay for these things ?
Many of the sheets have a colour version to add to the visual appeal.
Print onto card then laminate so the pages can be reused with a wipe off marker pen.
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This resource can be printed on A4 pages to create an A5 size booklet. The idea is to practise a particular times table e.g. the SIX times table by filling in the number 6 in the box on the first page. This will automatically update all the questions to require multiples of six in the answers. By changing the 6 to a different number you can practise a different times table.
Vocabulary used includes ‘divisible’, ‘multiple’, ‘product’ and ‘remainder’. Exercises include commutativity, multiplying by decimals, calculating remainders and finding unit fractions of amounts.
Useful for older students who need to refresh their times tables.
DfE references for GCSE 9-1 N2 N3 N4
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Powerpoint and worksheet comprising a whole lesson showing how to simplify fractions by dividing the numerator and denominator with common factors. Uses diagrams to show how the two fractions are equivalent.
Understand what is meant by simplest form.
Practise using multiplication facts in reverse. Dividing numbers less than 100 mentally.
Revise how to write percentages and decimals as fractions then simplify.
DfE references N2, N4
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Six straightforward worksheets for a basic introduction to using and creating distance-time graphs. Practise speed calculations and use of compound units. Three worksheets relating to real journeys with word problems.
DfE references for GCSE 2017 A14, A15, R11
The answers are provided.
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Powerpoint and worksheet showing how to work out a fraction of a small amount, for example 4/5 of 30 using pictures.
To develop the idea of finding one fifth by sharing a set of 30 objects into five equal groups. Then multiply to find how many four fifths of the whole set is.
The lesson also practises the use of multiplication and division facts for small numbers.
GCSE 9-1 references N8, N2
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This resource is made up of a powerpoint lesson and three worksheets with progressively harder examples about rearranging formulas. The aim is to introduce rearranging as an extension to solving equations by ‘doing the same to both sides’ so that students see that they are just extending skills they already possess. The new subject only appears once but the questions involve fractions, use of brackets and square and cube roots.
The formulas used are mostly ones encountered elsewhere in maths e.g. volume and area formulas or speed and density. This means the powerpoint is also useful for revising other topics too. There is particular emphasis on the form s = d/t to prepare students for coping with trigonometric formulas.
The worksheets include the answers and working out.
GCSE 9-1 references A5, A1, A17
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10+ Worksheets with questions about real world use of maths in various settings. The pages are clearly designed with illustrations suitable for use with older teenagers. There also are written model answers supplied so students can see how to set out their work.
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This colourful powerpoint uses animations and photographs to introduce or revise the vocabulary needed for working with circles e.g. radius, diameter, circumference, centre, circular, semicircle. There is also an accompanying worksheet. Slides require students to draw circles with given dimensions and perform calculations based on circles fitting inside other shapes and vice versa.
The images and animations can also be used to revise area calculations, metric unit conversions, symmetry ( using photographs of car badges for instance ) and locus work. The hardest problem requires a knowledge of Pythagoras to solve it. The slides have notes and suggestions accompanying them.
See my other resource ‘Circles - vocabulary’ which follows on from this one to introduce chords, sectors, segments, arcs and tangents.
DfE references for GCSE 9-1 G9, G1
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A colourful powerpoint and three worksheets to introduce or revise how to calculate the volume of a cuboid or cube using the formula. It begins with examples showing how centimetre cubes fit into larger boxes to explain where the formula comes from. There are practical examples plus extension activities for working out missing dimensions of sides and cubing numbers to find the volume of cubes. Enlarging shapes and converting cubic units are also mentioned.
The three worksheets cover three different levels of difficulty and have problems similar to those in the powerpoint.
GCSE 9-1 references G16, G14, G12, N2, N6
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9 worksheets that explain the rules for indices.
Work through how to multiply and divide powers and see how to deal with a ‘power of a power’.
Understand and practise using negative and fractional indices.
Includes mixed revision sheets and answer pages.
GCSE 9-1 references N7, N6
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Five worksheets with answers and plenty of repetition for a topic that students often have great difficulty with. Find the mode, median, mean and range for discrete data that is displayed in a frequency table.
DfE references for GCSE 2017 S4, S2
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This powerpoint and worksheet show students how to create equivalent fractions by scaling up a simple fraction.
Uses simple practical applications.
Using real life data to see how 9 out of 10 scales up to 18 out of 20 and eventually 90 out of 100 thus also making a connection with percentages as special ‘out of 100’ fractions.
Also the splitting of a whole into two fractions e.g. 9 out of 10 people being right-handed means 1 out of 10 people are left-handed. Percentages total 100%.
GCSE 9-1 references N1, R9
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This resource comprises 7 worksheets with answers to give students confidence in dealing with sets. It is suitable for higher level GCSE students and those starting A-level statistics. There are some tough word problems that require resilience and possibly some algebra to solve. Three of the sheets focus more on conditional probabilities - the ‘given that’ type of questions that children often struggle with. The questions are worded in different ways to help learners see how sometimes the probability is being calculated out of members from a subset of the universal set. To provide revision on some basic shape properties there are two sheets about sorting triangles and quadrilaterals according to their properties.
GCSE 9-1 reference P6
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12 worksheets with mixed word problems on a variety of real life problems involving measurement and money calculations that require basic addition, subtraction, multiplication or division to find the answers.
Adding up prices of kitchen or garden tools using a calculator
Tiling - several worksheets about finishing patterns, counting, shapes and using measurement units in distance caculations and problems.
Other worksheets have a gardening theme and involve calculations about planting and selling plants.
Illustrated with adult characters and includes the answers.
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This set of algebra worksheets is written and illustrated for adults and older teenagers who want to improve their basic skills though it is suitable for use with any age group. The worksheets give a basic introduction into using algebraic notation in expressions and formulas, substitution, simplifying and collecting like terms. Only positive numbers are used in the substitutions. There are pages about powers and brackets ( not multiplying out ). Also there are examples on multiplying and dividing simple expressions. There is an emphasis on using algebra in sensible situations too so that it makes more sense to people who may have previously been baffled.
Each worksheet comes in three versions. Monochrome, colour or on-screen completion ( answers need to be checked by a tutor )
GCSE 9-1 refs A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A7 at foundation level
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A set of worksheets for practice in factorising quadratic expressions, solving quadratic equations by factorising etc.
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This power point is for calculating the areas of rectangles, triangles and shapes made up of rectangles and triangles.
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Make multiplying fractions easier by cancelling common factors BEFORE multiplying the numerators and denominators. These two worksheets let you practise this skill and revise how to multiply by whole numbers or mixed numbers.
The answers are included.
This is an ideal revision resource as well as teaching the cross cancelling skills needed for dealing with algebraic fraction calculations.
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This is a collection of six colourful posters that show the basic methods for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. There is also a poster illustrating the connection between top heavy fractions and mixed numbers and one showing how to decide which of two fractions is larger. The illustrations make them suitable for all age groups.
Adding Fractions
Subtracting Fractions
Multiplying Fractions
Dividing Fractions
Mixed Numbers - Top Heavy Fractions
Which is Bigger ?
Print these out and use them as posters or laminate and use as revision cards.
Can also be used on a whiteboard.
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