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Welcome, I have been teaching maths since 2010. I enjoy producing engaging activities to use in the classroom. I don't make anything I wouldn't use myself!

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Welcome, I have been teaching maths since 2010. I enjoy producing engaging activities to use in the classroom. I don't make anything I wouldn't use myself!

Worksheet on sine rule with one page to work out missing sides and one page for missing angles.
There are regular process questions for each and one problem solving question on each page.
Solutions are included.

Mixture of questions on finding angles in triangles and quadrilaterals with some differentiation to questions.
Other resources:
Maths Revision Checklist
Complete Histogram lesson
Negative Numbers Bingo Game
Please rate or review if you find this useful - thank you :-)

Lesson starter for younger or Foundation students on choosing factors, multiples and primes from a cloud of numbers.

Multiples, Factors and Prime Numbers Bingo! game
A bingo game on finding multiples, factors and prime numbers.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

Multiples, Factors and Prime Numbers Bingo! game
A bingo game on finding multiples, factors and prime numbers.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.
Why use bingo in your lessons?
Math can and should be enjoyable. A bingo game turns math into an exciting experience that the kids will love.
Bingo will engage your students, fully involving them in an activity for 20 to 30 minutes.
Bingo is a great way to consolidate and answer questions on a recently taught topic or to get students to refresh their understanding of an earlier topic without them complaining that they’ve seen it before!

Highest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple Bingo! game
A bingo game on finding the HCF and LCM for a set of numbers.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

An activity for students to match up linear and non-linear equations with their graphs.
Graph types cover:
Linear
Quadratic
Cubic
Quartic
Circle
Exponential
Reciprocal
Trig
Includes solution sheet.

Rounding Bingo
A bingo game on rounding to decimal places and significant figures.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.
Why use bingo in your lessons?
Math can and should be enjoyable. A bingo game turns math into an exciting experience that the kids will love.
Bingo will engage your students, fully involving them in an activity for 20 to 30 minutes.
Bingo is a great way to consolidate and answer questions on a recently taught topic or to get students to refresh their understanding of an earlier topic without them complaining that they’ve seen it before!
Please leave your feedback, it is much valued.

Multiplying Fractions Bingo! game
A bingo game on multiplying fractions by integers, proper fractions and mixed numbers.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

Simultaneous Equations Code Breaker Activity
Make simultaneous equations fun with this code-breaker game. Students are asked to solve the 12 simultaneous equations to generate a code. Ideal as a review activity.
Solutions Included.
The code is random to avoid your students attempting to guess a riddle rather than ‘do the maths’!
Make it more engaging by offering a small reward for the first student to crack the code. This makes a great spiral review activity.

This is a detailed checklist that I am giving to my year 10 & 11’s to help them engage in and structure their independent revision.
It shows in detail the areas they need to cover for maths GCSE with tickboxes to record their progress.
To make it easy for them to engage with each part there are links to the relevant videos from Mathswatch and Corbett maths. I’m hopeful this will make it easier for them to get started with their maths revision by giving them a framework and an easy link to an activity to support each area of the maths curriculum.

Adding & Subtracting Fractions Bingo! game
A bingo game on adding proper fractions together and subtracting proper fractions.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

Adding Fractions Bingo! game
A bingo game on adding fractions. Some answers are mixed numbers.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

Percentage Increase & Decrease Bingo! game
A bingo game on finding percentage increases & decreases.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

Decimal Division
A bingo game on division with decimals.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.
Why use bingo in your lessons?
Math can and should be enjoyable. A bingo game turns math into an exciting experience that the kids will love.
Bingo will engage your students, fully involving them in an activity for 20 to 30 minutes.
Bingo is a great way to consolidate and answer questions on a recently taught topic or to get students to refresh their understanding of an earlier topic without them complaining that they’ve seen it before!
Please leave your feedback, it is much valued.

A sequence of lessons to cover 3 to 4 lessons on algebraic fractions which includes:
Simplifying Algebraic Fractions
Adding & Subtracting Algebraic Fractions
Multiplying & Dividing Algebraic Fractions
Solving Algebraic Fraction Equations
Fully customisable powerpoint.

A complete introductory lesson presentation on variable width histograms.
Description of features of variable width histogram.
Constructing histograms and calculating frequencies and frequency density with examples.
Interpreting histograms.
Estimating amounts between intervals.
Worked exam question.
Includes class question worksheet and a homework sheet - all with solutions.

Estimating Calculation Bingo! game
A bingo game on Estimation by rounding to one significant figure.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

Subtracting Fractions Bingo! game
A bingo game on subtracting fractions.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.

Negative Numbers
A bingo game on negative numbers.
Comes complete with printable unique bingo cards for up to 36 students. Alternatively there is a no print option where students draw their own 3 by 3 grid and choose nine numbers from the board.
If the answer to a slide is their number they cross it off. The first student to cross off all nine numbers calls out bingo! Usually there is a small prize for the winner.
Why use bingo in your lessons?
Math can and should be enjoyable. A bingo game turns math into an exciting experience that the kids will love.
Bingo will engage your students, fully involving them in an activity for 20 to 30 minutes.
Bingo is a great way to consolidate and answer questions on a recently taught topic or to get students to refresh their understanding of an earlier topic without them complaining that they’ve seen it before!
Please leave your feedback, it is much valued.