12 questions on completing tables and drawing pie charts. Starts with simple multiplication such as 180 to 360. Then uses scaling to complete more difficult tables: i.e. 45 - 90 - 180 - 360 and then drawing the pie chart. Circle is drawn with radius for support.
Three differentiated sections on fractional indices. Including an extension task.
A range of activities including: • Follow me cards - timestables (including a support version for weaker students) • Collective memory with cubes (split into groups, design a shape and get students to recreate) • 60 second splurge • Taboo • Million Pound Drop
All rounds are fully embedded, with answers at the end of each round. 1 - Summer vibes (general knowledge with a summer theme) 2 - Sunshine celebs 3 - Say what (translation) 4 - Summer tunes (10 songs, 20 points available) 5 - All mixed up (anagrams) 6 - Brand new (logo challenge) 7 - Life’s a beach (flags) 8 - Emoji catchphrase 9 - Categories 10 - Tie break
8 rounds with answers and embedded music quiz. Round 1 - Celebrity Santa - 10 questions Round 2 - Christmas Trivia (multiple choice) - 10 questions Round 3 - Scene it (movie and year of release) - 10 questions Round 4 - Christmas crackers (finish the joke) - 10 questions Round 5 - Music (embedded in PowerPoint) - 10 questions Round 6 - Christmas cities - 6 questions Round 7 - Anagrams - 12 questions Round 8 - Sweet wrapper - 14 questions Tie breaker
A PowerPoint with 26 taboo words. Each word contains 5 taboo words. Works really well as a group activity with students sat in front of the projected word.
This topic has been focused on recently in the new GCSE. This worksheet starts with simplifying ratio, onto a visual comparison, then onto writing a ratio as a fraction. Their skills are then tested by converting between fractions and ratios. Questions get challenging and students need to use skills from other areas of mathematics. Please leave feedback so that this resource can be improved.
Starter - Comparing pie charts. Activity - Interactive collection of data involving pulse rates. Worksheet - Drawing back to back stem and leaf diagrams and finding the range and median. Extension - comparison using the range and median. Please rate and leave feedback.
This worksheet is broken down into four levels of difficulty: Red, Amber Green Extension It also includes a problem solving section. Answers are also provided.
Excellent for KS3 or low attaining students, based on functional skills of planning a party. Students have to stay within a budget whilst meeting the criteria. Great for group working and presentation skills too.
8 questions on standard deviation. The first two questions include the table for ease. The last question is a comparison between standard deviation and the mean.
A 20 minute PowerPoint on the topic of integrity. Links to resources in the notes section, along with the equipment for the interactive Cheerio’s Challenge. Christian story, prayer at the end. Tutor follow up work, based on promises, included.
An A4 sheet with Red, Amber, Green, Extension and Exam question practise. Tests skills from the beginning to change to units, and working backwards.
Multiple choice quiz on shape and space. Includes area and circumference of a circle, perimeter and area of quadrilaterals, naming 3D shapes and their properties and plans and elevations.
A flip chart showing an introduction and an example (along with extension questions). The worksheet has four practise questions for students to use.
A flip chart lesson starting from term to term rules, building up to nth term and then working out if a number is in a sequence. RAG questions with answers included. Scaffolded worksheet on finding the nth term. Starting from simple (2n+1) building up to subtraction (3n-6), and then negative terms (-2n+1).