# Dh2119's Maths Resources Shop

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I provide comprehensive worksheets to revise a particular topic (always with answers included) as well as extension materials, for pupils ranging from age about 11 to 16+. All of my premium resources have a UK and US version.

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I provide comprehensive worksheets to revise a particular topic (always with answers included) as well as extension materials, for pupils ranging from age about 11 to 16+. All of my premium resources have a UK and US version.

#### Probability Worksheets

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Two worksheets, testing basic probability with dice, coloured balls and letters. The second worksheet is more difficult and introduces sampling with and without replacement. Full solutions included.

#### Decimals Revision

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A Power Point and two sets of worksheets (with solutions) on - place value - ordering decimals - decimal scales - addition subtraction division and multiplication with decimals - rounding decimals Also includes a simple decimals starter (Power Point)

#### Probability Worksheets

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Two worksheets, testing basic probability with dice, coloured balls and letters. The second worksheet is more difficult and introduces sampling with and without replacement. Full solutions included.

#### Converting Hours Minutes and Seconds

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This is a series of questions testing the basic principles that there are 60 seconds in a minute, and 60 minutes in an hour. They start easy and get harder, including decimals and fractions. Full solutions included.

#### Algebra Word Problems

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This is a series of questions that will guide pupils from thinking only in numbers to thinking algebraically. The questions are increasingly challenging, finishing with some that require a lot of thought and can be investigated further.

#### Area and Volume Scale Factor

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A set of five challenging questions testing the link between length, area, and volume scale factor. Full solutions provided. These questions were created by my pupils, so have a relatively real life context!

#### Numeracy Worksheets

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A series of basic questions testing these skills: • Use the four operations with whole numbers. • Use simple fractions in context. • Express numbers given in figures in words, and vice versa. • Use money in a range of contexts. • Interpret and use information. • Select the appropriate unit of measurement for length. • Measure to a required degree of accuracy • Perform calculations in everyday contexts. • Round to the nearest unit in context. • Use fractions and percentages in context. • Use 12-hour and 24-hour times for simple problems involving time. • Select the appropriate unit of measurement for length, weight or volume. • Order everyday objects according to weight or volume. • Perform calculations in everyday contexts. • Interpret and communicate information. • Use properties of shapes. • Use further measurement skills.

#### Divide Decimals worksheet

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This is a free-standing resource on dividing to get a decimal answer. It involves questions like 15 ÷ 2 and 4.8 ÷ 3 up to things like 396 ÷ 400 It's taken from a Murder Mystery Package I wrote hence it includes a small riddle element at the end. There are two levels of difficulty (A is easier than B) that both have the same solution. Full solutions included.

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A bumper collection of resources for Factorizing Quadratics, including various activities and games and plenty of practice questions, which also include the other types of factorising required for KS4 or National 5 in Scotland. - Jokes and riddles for factorising trinomials - Catchphrase for factorising trinomials - Quadratic problems for real life problems, with trinomials, completing square and finding roots - Extra questions, with five pages of simple factorisation, difference of squares, trinomials and problem solving All provided with answers

#### Math challenges

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This is a series of tricky challenges to complement usual class work, using a full range of maths skills: - trigonometry - simultaneous equations - algebra - fractions - area - logic Can be used as extensions or homework. Full solutions included.

#### Negative Number Activity Puzzles

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A fun activity to be done alone or in pairs. The first puzzle is easier (no subtracting negatives) and the second one includes subtracting negatives. Based on original from eam_larkin.

#### Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten

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Practice multiplying and dividing - first of all 10, 100, 1000 etc. - then by 20, 300, 4000 etc. - then using decimals, e.g. 1.3 x 300 A series of worksheets revising these basic skills, and a Power Point for revision Full solutions included for all the worksheets.

#### Area and Perimeter Xmas Presents worksheet

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This is a free-standing resource on finding the area and perimeter of rectangles. The difficulty comes as sometimes you need to use a bit of logic by looking at the diagram to find the dimensions of the rectangles. It's taken from a Murder Mystery Package I wrote hence it includes a small riddle element at the end. There are two levels of difficulty (A is easier than B) that both have the same solution. Full solutions included.

#### Sine Rule, Cosine Rule, Area of Triangle, Bearings

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A series of questions testing - sine rule (missing side and missing angle) - cosine rule (missing side and missing angle) - area of triangle using 1/2 ab sin C - bearings (with sine rule and cosine rule) Solutions provided.

#### Christmas Quiz #2

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This is a five round team picture quiz that takes about 50-75 minutes to do completely. The questions are not too serious and everyone should be able to have a good guess. Full solutions included.

#### Metric estimation worksheets

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This is a series of simple questions to give pupils practice in estimating a variety of different units in real life circumstances. The questions are straightforward but should produce a good basis of discussion. There is estimation in a variety of units and also some measuring. Full solutions included.

#### Converting Hours Minutes and Seconds

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This is a series of questions testing the basic principles that there are 60 seconds in a minute, and 60 minutes in an hour. They start easy and get harder, including decimals and fractions. Full solutions included.