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.

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.

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.

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)

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.

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.

A range of activities to celebrate March 14th (3.14), Pi Day!
- whole class quiz
- mnemonic activity (making up sentences)
- three Pi Challenges involving some maths

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.

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!

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.