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#### Connect 4 Celebrities- Percentage of Amounts

Learners compete to get 4 counters across the board by answering simple percentage of amounts. Questions can be done in head or on paper, no need for calculator.
Learners split into two teams red and green.
Each team tries to get 4 red or green circles, horizontally or diagonally across the screen by answering percentage of amount questions.
One member of a team chooses a celebrity, a question will appear. If answered correctly the box will change to that teams colour. If wrong then the other team get a chance to answer
The team first to four in a row win.
Make the game harder by setting a time limit for each answer using an online timer.

#### GCSE Maths/Functional -Probability Tree Diagrams- Celebrity Boxing Theme

Fun and engaging presentation on tree diagrams using a celebrity boxing theme. Presentation runs through method using examples and includes some exam type questions. A workbook of exam type questions which I use after this presentation is included. Great for revision before an exam or as a stand alone lesson

#### Functional Skills L2 Maths Revision Workbook

This is a 65 page editable revision workbook written for the Level 2 Functional skills Maths exam. Ideal for end of year exam preparation or intervention. Includes examples of methods and exam type questions. Has been well received by my learners and also colleagues who have used it within my college. I made this to give out to some of my learners whose attendance was intermittent and it helped them pass their L2 exams. Written with functional skills in mind but would be useful for GCSE Foundation as well.

#### GCSE Foundation/Functional Skills-Real Life Percentage of Amount Increase and Decrease

Two worksheets on percentage increase and decrease using everyday items such as headphones, bikes and laptops. A fun worksheet to engage students with working out real life percentage decrease and increase. Suitable for KS3, GCSE and Functional Skills maths

#### Functional Skills Maths-Keep Calm and Pass the Exam L1

43 pages of L1 Functional Skills exam type questions with methods shown. I wrote this for learners to go over in the week prior to the exam in the class and at home. I based it on common mistakes and areas of weaknesses identified by the examiners. Learners have enjoyed using it and hopefully it will help them pass their upcoming exams. Thanks KJ5 with the help with the proof reading.
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#### GCSE Maths/Functional Skills-Knowledge Organiser Fractions

A one sheet knowledge organiser with all the key facts about fractions at the learners fingertips.

#### Probability Tree Diagrams-Champions League Final Theme

A lesson on probability using the Champions League Final. This lesson aims to introduce or review constructing tree diagrams and using them to calculate the probability of two or more independent events occurring. The powerpoint includes methods and worked examples. There is a worksheet of tree diagrams using the same theme of Champions League Final as well
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#### Crossover Problem- Area of Rectangles and Compound Shapes

A one sheet activity that includes converting metric measures, calculating area of rectangles and compound shapes and working out how many tiles fit into a room and an extension question. The idea is that learners bring some of their maths skills from different math areas into answering a question. A bit like Functional Skills where learners have to apply their maths skills to answer a functional question. Bringing all the skills together to answer a question is difficult for functional maths students as they are used to just doing 1 maths step and using 1 maths skill at a time. This worksheet will build up those skills in steps.
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#### Functional Skills Maths L1 Relay

Fifthteen exam style questions that are great for Revision before exam includes popular exam topics such as probability, averages and range, percentage of amounts, fraction of amounts, tables, barcharts, area and perimeter, scale drawing. I focused on areas identified in examiner reports as being weak.
I have included instructions off how to run the revision relay. I have used it as a traditional quiz with answers displayed on screen and learners marking each others work.
I have also used it as a revision race, with each question being printed on separate sheets (or a few on A3 paper) and learners only getting next question when their answer is checked and correct.
Bring a bit of life into a Revision session
I have also included a powerpoint with questions and worked answers to show on screen.
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#### GCSE Maths/Functional Skills - Pie Chart Matching Cards

A card macthing activity on pie charts. Learners have to match a set of 9 frequency tables with their matching pie charts. To do so they will have to work out the angles from the data given on the frequency tables and then match them to the corresponding pie chart. To do this they will have to measure the angles on the pie charts with a protractor. A fun and engaging activity on working out angkles in pie charts and measuring pie chart angles that I get learners to work on in pairs.
I use this is an activity within a pie chart lesson but could be used as a starter or plenary.
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#### GCSE Maths/Functional Skills- Differentiated Percentage of Amounts Worksheet

Differentiated Percentage of Amounts questions in a RAG type worksheet, answers included. Also a Powerpoint of the worksheet and answers included to display to students.

#### Functional Skills Maths Revision-Clumsy Conor

15 Functional Skills L1 revision questions with the answers already answered by Conor but wrongly. The learners have to answer correctly and explain why Conor was wrong. Answers included in powerpoint to show on screen. Proved very useful exercise in identifying errors. Thanks to KJ5 aka littleoldme for the advise on proof reading etc.
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#### GCSE Foundation Maths- Differentiated Multiplying Fractions Worksheet

Differentiated Multiplying Fractions questions in a RAG type worksheet, answers included. Also a powerpoint of the worksheet and answers included to display to students

#### Functional Skills Maths L2-Revision Relay

Twelve exam style questions that are great for Revision before exam includes popular exam topics such as tree diagrams, scatter graphs, percentages, scale maps and drawings, formula, barcharts and averages and range. I focused on areas identified in examiner reports as being weak.
I have included instructions off how to run the revision relay. I have used it as a traditional quiz with answers displayed on screen and learners marking each others work.
I have also used it as a revision race, with each question being printed on separate sheets (or a few on A3 paper) and learners only getting next question when their answer is checked and correct.
Bring a bit of life into a Revision session
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#### Functional Skill L2 Revision Facts Cards

A set of Revision cards showing all the Maths facts and methods Level 2 Functional Learners have to know for their exam. I print these of in one document, which the learners refer to when working in class activities or when doing practice papers.

#### GCSE Maths/Functional Skills _Adding Fractions Pyramid

Complete the pyramids by adding the fractions to fill in the spaces. Good maths starter or plenary activity on adding fractions with different denominators.

#### GCSE Maths/Functional Skills- BODMAS

A powerpoint lesson on BODMAS. The powerpoint includes method, questions and a plenary. Also included is a fact/helpsheet and a student activity where students have to calculate with BODMAS in order to find out who committed a crime. An enjoyable lesson on the topic.
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#### GCSE Foundation/Functional Maths- Tree Diagrams Exam Type Questions

A useful worksheet of 10 exam style questions on Tree Diagrams (independant probability only), suitable for GCSE Foundation and Functional Skills. Greaqt for exam practice.

#### GCSE Foundation Maths/Functional Skills-Revision Clock Problem Solving

GCSE Foundation Maths/Functional Skills. 12 number problem solving questions that learners answer on a clock face. I set a timer of 30 minutes for the activity, learners have to complete their revision clocks in that time limit. I print the questions out of A4 paper and the blank clocks out on A3 paper. The learners pair up and answer the questions. Works well for revision. Clock Template included.

#### GCSE Foundation Maths/Functional Maths-Fraction of Amounts -Differentiated Worksheet

Differentiated Fraction of Amounts questions in a RAG type worksheet, answers included. Also a powerpoint of the worksheet and answers included to display to students. Quick and easy to follow questions that will test all abilities, make a good starter, plenary or worksheet.

#### GCSE Maths Foundation/Functional Skills - Revision Clock Equations With One Variable

GCSE Foundation Maths/Functional Skills. 12 questions on equations with one variable that learners answer on a clock face. I set a timer of 30 minutes for the activity, learners have to complete their revision clocks in that time limit. I print the questions out of A4 paper and the blank clocks out on A3 paper. The learners pair up and answer the questions. Works well for revision. Clock Template included.

#### GCSE Foundation Maths/Functional Maths-Adding Fractions -Differentiated Worksheet

Differentiated Adding Fractions questions in a RAG type worksheet, answers included. Also a powerpoint of the worksheet and answers included to display to students

#### GCSE Maths/Functional -Probability Tree Diagrams- Celebrity Boxing Theme

Fun and engaging presentation on tree diagrams using a celebrity boxing theme. Presentation runs through method using examples and includes some exam type questions. A workbook of exam type questions which I use after this presentation is included. Great for revision before an exam or as a stand alone lesson

#### GCSE Maths Foundation/Functional Skills - Revision Clock Ratio

GCSE Foundation Maths/Functional Skills 12 questions on ratio include sharingand scaling up that learners answer on a clock face. I set a timer of 30 minutes for the activity, learners have to complete their revision clocks in that time limit. I print the questions out of A4 paper and the blank clocks out on A3 paper. The learners pair up and answer the questions. Works well for revision. Clock Template included.