A great worksheet with lots of questions on finding 10%, then 20%, 5% and then other %'s of an amount. Works well for low level as lots of repetition.
This worksheet contains lots of repetition of finding missing angles using SOHCAHTOA, with a mixture of the three ratios. I saw a similar resource online and then created my own, the answers are on the sheet and students have to cross them out as they go, leaving one answer at the end. Please feedback and review :)
A lesson on quartiles and a lesson on box plots. Has explanations and worked examples. Worksheet also included (although the worksheet is not one of my own I have included it for ease).
An introduction and investigation for the area and circumference of a circle. Activities, explanations and examples are on the PowerPoint. The worksheet included is not one of my own, but I have included it for ease. Can be used for a string of 2 or 3 lessons.
A lesson which includes an introduction to perimeter and area, with practise questions. Includes a game of bingo and extension work of an introduction to compound area.
The PowerPoint includes a stream of lessons and tasks including an Introduction, representation on a number line, solving linear inequalities and graphing inequalities.
An excellent PowerPoint covering simplifying ratio, sharing ratio into two and three and a flag task applying ratio. The PowerPoint has examples and explanations, and includes 3 activities for students to complete.
Lesson on types of angles and estimating angles. Good for less able students. Worksheets and extension work provided on lesson too.
Lesson on a powerpoint with missing angle practise (questions on there) and an animated section on parallel lines rules (corresponding, alternate and co-interior angles).
Notebook lesson on constructing triangles, broken down into the 3 types of triangles with questions on each. Starter, plenary and activities provided. Good for less able students.
Powerpoint with set of 2 lessons on solving linear simultaneous equations. Starter, plenary, activities and examples on the powerpoint. 2 'hint' sheets provided to give out to students. Exit cards included as well which are RAG'd. Good introduction lesson.
A whole lesson with worksheets (on powerpoint) and activites/questions on percentages of amounts. Starts from the very beginning.
A worksheet with example at the top and extension questions on identifying percentage multipliers. I used it as a starter following a lesson on it, however it could be used as a main task during a lesson.
Contains a powerpoint with a starter on multiplying basic terms, then moves onto expanding single brackets (examples and questions), then moves onto examples and questions on expanding double brackets using the FOIL method (answers included). Contains plenty of extension work and plenarys. Could be used with the activities supplied too (matching cards and treasure hunt) for an additional lesson.