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.

How to sketch quadratic graphs by finding out where the graph crosses each axis. Simple examples using factorising.
Includes the line of symmetry and locating the minimum point.
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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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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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Practice factoring quadratic expressions. Nine pages of questions where the answers have to be filled in. Includes examples where the coefficient of x² is more than 1.
Ideal for revision or for working one to one with students who need extra reinforcement.
The answers are included and also the original file for editing.

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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This resource consists of a power point lesson that can be used to teach or revise the use of Pythagoras’s Theorem and 11 worksheets for consolidation or revision. The theorem is used first in right-angled triangles then in isosceles triangles and for finding the length of the diagonals of rectangles. The worksheets provide a framework for calculating the distance between two points given as co-ordinates, there are grids to help students visualise the method.
Other topics covered include areas and perimeters and also the properties of triangles and a triangular prism so that Pythagoras can be applied to solving more complicated problems.
DfE reference for GCSE 2017 G20, G15, G16, G11, G6, G1, G4, A18, A8, N7
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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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8 worksheets that show what is meant by the slope of a line and how to work it out using a triangle.
Draw and use the equations of straight lines in the form y = mx + b
Please see my other resource for worksheets about perpendicular lines and their slopes.
The original file is also provided in case you need to make edits. The answers are included.
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These six worksheets show various graphs that have to be matched to their equations. There are separate worksheets for straight lines, quadratic, cubic and reciprocal graphs plus two mixed worksheets, one suitable for foundation level GCSE. The answers are all provided. The worksheets are also suitable for A-level students who need extra reinforcement.
Some can be worked out using gradients and/or points where the graphs cross the axes or students can also practise simple transformations ( reflection and translation or combinations of these ).
GCSE from 2015 reference A12 Recognise graphs of linear functions, quadratic functions, simple cubic functions and the reciprocal function.
Also supports :
A13 translations and reflections of functions
A10 Identify and interpret gradients and intercepts of linear functions graphically
A2 substitute numerical values into formulae
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7 carefully structured worksheets that show students how to perform calculations of repeated percentage changes in growth and decay problems. Using percentage multiplier in real life situations like population growth or credit card interest.
Sketch the graphs to see how poulations and amounts change over time.
The answers are included.
GCSE 9-1 references R16, R9, N6, N7, A14
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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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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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This resource comprises a powerpoint and accompanying worksheet showing how to convert top heavy ( improper ) fractions into mixed numbers. Diagrams and photographs of simple practical situations are used to show first how e.g. eight halves is the same as four whole units then nine halves is four wholes and a half.
Useful for all age groups that need a reminder or an introduction to this topic.
GCSE 9-1 refs N2
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6 fraction worksheets with answers. Simplifying fractions, converting between mixed fractions and improper fractions. Convert decimals and percentages to fractions and simplify.
Useful for revision or extra basic reinforcement when working one to one with students.
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This resource comprises 6 worksheets with answers to give students confidence in dealing with set notation for 3 intersecting sets. Use set notation and words to describe complements, intersections and unions. Probabilities.
GCSE 9-1 reference P6
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These 5 worksheets help to explain the effects of enlargement on the area and volume of a shape by looking at the length, area and volume ratios. This is an important topic that is often found difficult by many students.
There are three basic worksheets introducing the idea then two pages of harder word problems for extension work. The first worksheet lets students calculate the surface area and volume of simple 1cm and 2cm cubes so they can create the ratios themselves and see how the area and volume ratios derive from the length ratio. Sheets 2 and 3 require students to use the relationships between the ratios to calculate missing areas and volumes.
The two word problem sheets are similar to GCSE 9-1 exam questions.
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Using a centre of enlargement and whole, fractional or negative scale factors.
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Three pairs of worksheets with answers that are designed to help students understand the use of the mean as an average when data is added or removed from the calculation.
e.g. the mean weight of 5 people is 70 kg. Another person joins the group and the mean is now 71kg. How much did the sixth person weigh.
A lot of students find it hard to see that if you know the mean of a set of numbers and how many numbers there are then you can find the TOTAL of all the numbers. These questions will make them think about how they can use this idea.
GCSE DfE references S4, N2
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8 worksheets for revision or reinforcement of basic work on exponential functions for A-level students taking the C3 module. Focuses mainly on sketching graphs and transforming them. Designed to improve use of function notation and understanding of domain and range. There are four sheets covering two combined transformations in a structured way including finding the inverse function and plotting its graph.
The function e^x and its graph.
The function ln x and its graph; ln x as the inverse function of e^x.
Differentiation of e^x
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These 9 worksheets provide an introduction to measuring and drawing three figure bearings beginning by looking at the 8 points of the compass. The practical uses of bearings in the real world are emphasised by requiring students to work through word problems with varying levels of support.
There is a lot of opportunity for practising measuring and drawing angles up to 360°. Revise angle vocabulary and apply basic angle facts.
As an additional feature sone of the examples also require diagrams to be measured so the map scale can be used to find the actual real life distance.
GCSE 2017 references G15, G14, G1, R2
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