PowerPoint slides. Problem solving questions. Suitable for extension, stretch or plenary.
Questions that will get students engaged with thinking about mathematical concepts.
Suitable for revision at KS3 or KS4
Five day mixed five question Algebra starter to help consolidate learning.
The questions are replicated daily for consolidation and on Friday there is an additional afl for pupil to assess their understanding.
These can be printed off for sticking to pupil books are displayed in Power Point format.
No answers included.
Five day starter that consolidates different algebraic topics.Friday version includes AFL to give pupils the chance to assess progress in the topics over the course of the week.
Great to use with KS3 or KS4.
Can be printed for pupils to stick in books or displayed in Power Point format on board.
PowerPoint resource. Full lesson including stretch and problem solving. Great for KS2, KS3 OR KS4 where pupils need to begin to engage with and develop a good understanding of fractions.
May be adjusted to the need of your class.
Solving one and two step equations using scaffolding. Flow chart method especially suited to lower abilities and pupils needing reinforcing. Useful for home learning.
The resource include examples for teachers use (but can also be used by pupils),
practice tasks and additional 60 mixed consolidating tasks that may be used for homework.
This resource look to consolidate number skills through simple repetition.Pupils work through a series of ten questions each day for five days.Questions are similar each in order to build and consolidate through repetition. Suitable for KS3 or KS4 L2/3
Answers are included
Number drills for practice and consolidation. Bite size daily practice that reinforces basic Number concepts.
Five questions per day for five days building on the same number skills each day.
Twenty five questions each week over four weeks.
50 pages of Assessment For Learning resource that offers bitesize content to help pupils practice or refresh their understanding of topics.
Resource may be used as self assessment, peer assessment or simply a catch up tool.
Pupils have the opportunity to assess their understanding of the topics while teachers also have the chance to give useful feedback to pupils.
The resource is targeting building maths skills at GCSE grades 2-4 but may also be beneficial at the Primary phase.