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STEM Lesson - Building a bridge
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STEM Lesson - Building a bridge

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A STEM lesson where pupils can learn about three different types of bridges. Pupils will then construct a bridge using a template trying to create the longest and strongest bridges. You will need small weights for the test such as plastic multi-link cubes.
Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 4
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Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 4

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My collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This pack contains eleven revision activities covering: - Low/Mid/High Year 10 (Edexcel GCSE) - Low/Mid/High Year 11 (Edexcel GCSE) - Mid/High Year 10 (CIE IGCSE) - Mid/High Year 11 (CIE IGCSE) - Some contain 'Famous Mathematician' bonus rounds which really get them flustered. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Year 11 High Attainment
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Maths Vegas - Year 11 High Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set Year 11. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
CIE Pure 3 - Complex Numbers PPQs with worked solutions
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CIE Pure 3 - Complex Numbers PPQs with worked solutions

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Here is a collection of past paper questions with detailed worked solutions on complex numbers for the CIE A-Level Mathematics course. Ideal for testing or independent practise for your pupils. Please leave a review and I will send you one free resource of your choice.
Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 11 Mid Attainment
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Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 11 Mid Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at mid-set IGCSE Year 11. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Year 9 Low Attainment (9)
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Maths Vegas - Year 9 Low Attainment (9)

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at low-set Year 9. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Year 7 High Attainment
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Maths Vegas - Year 7 High Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set Year 7, Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Primary
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Maths Vegas - Primary

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at Year 5-6. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 2
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Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 2

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My collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This pack contains ten revision activities covering: - High Year 9 - Low Year 9 Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High / Year 11 Mid-Attainment
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Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High / Year 11 Mid-Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set IGCSE Year 10 or mid-set Year 11. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 1
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Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 1

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My collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This pack contains ten revision activities covering: - Primary level - High Year 7 - High Year 8 Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas Mega Revision Packs 1-5
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Maths Vegas Mega Revision Packs 1-5

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My collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This pack contains everything from Packs 1 to 5 (that's 52 activity lessons). It ranges from primary school up to A-Level. Have a look at the descriptions of Packs 1 to 5 for more information. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 5
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Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 5

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My collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This pack contains eleven revision activities covering: - Year 12 (CIE A-Level Pure 1) - Year 13 (CIE A-Level Pure 3) - Some contain 'Famous Mathematician' bonus rounds which really get them flustered. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Year 8 High Attainment (2)
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Maths Vegas - Year 8 High Attainment (2)

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set Year 8. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Year 9 Low Attainment (8)
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Maths Vegas - Year 9 Low Attainment (8)

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at low-set Year 9. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
The Chase  gameshow activity.
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The Chase gameshow activity.

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Based on the template that 'darlingtonthomas' created to emulate 'The Chase' gameshow. Each pupil/team is a Pixar character - click on the character to move them to the next step. Updated to include some questions. Click on the green arrow to proceed.