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All things maths related and some geography.

Three Differentiated Year 7 Maths Homework Books.
Life without levels.
30 homework's to complete. Answers included.
These books match my SOW found on TES.
You can also find my Year 7 curriculum grid on TES.
You can change the names of the different tiers to suit your school.
Low: Level 4 Middle: Level 5 High: Level 6 Able: Level 6/7
Can be used for both KS2 and KS3.
Homework topics
Powers of 10 and negative numbers, converting units, area and perimeter, expressions, formula and algebraic fractions, fractions, calculating fractions, fractions and percentages, FDP, angles, properties of 2D shapes, probability, Venn diagrams, graphs, rounding, order of operations (BIDMAS), integer calculations, transformations, solving equations, number (multiples, factors, primes, squares and cubes), sequences, decimal calculations, proportion, ratio, averages and spread, charts and diagrams, collecting data, construction and 3D shapes and Volume.

32 weeks of quick mental numeracy questions which are to be completed in form time. Each session should take between 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
Over 600 question per year in total:
Year 7 and 8 workbook. NEW: MIXED QUESTIONS ADDED EVERY TWO WEEKS
NEW: YEAR 9 HAS NOW BEEN ADDED
Topics include the following:
Times tables
Division
Powers of 10
Multiples and factors
Negative numbers
Simplifying fractions
Fractions of amounts
Simple adding and subtracting fractions
Converting between FDP
Percentages of amounts
Squares and cubes
Collecting like terms
Averages
V1.0

Detailed Scheme of work.
Includes the following suggestions:
WALTs
WILFs
Activities
NRICH tasks
Group Work activities

My biggest ever quiz containing over 180 questions.
7 different categories to pick from
Music (2000’s, 2010’s, Pictue Round)
Sports (Nicknames, Tops, 2010’s, Sports Stars)
Geography (Flags, Country Outlines, Geography Knowledge)
Celebrities (Childhood, Eyes, Knowledge)
Science and Nature (Animal Photos, Animal and Science Knowledge, Famous Scientists)
Movies (2000’s, 2010’s)
Apps and Logos. (4 Pics 1 Word, App Icons, Logo Quiz)
At the end of each round there is a twist.
This activity contains videos and sound.
Does not work on apple/macs.
Follow the Following instructions
Fully extract all files and folders
Open activity by clicking on the play file.
Enjoy
Any Issues please let me know.

TES PICKS

WALT and WILF
Starter: Areas of triangles
Main 1: Areas of parallelograms, missing sides, compound shapes and problem solving question
Main 2: Areas of trapeziums, missing sides, compound shapes and problem solving question

TES PICKS

PowerPoint and worksheet on angles in triangles and properties of triangles
You can find the updated version here:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks2-ks3-ks4-maths-angles-in-triangles-11815600

LINK TO MY SUMMER QUIZ
Every year I make my famous Christmas Quiz. The kids in my school love taking part in them.
Even classes I don't teach stop me in and out of school just to tell me how fun the quiz was.
So I have decided to share my quiz with TES.
The quiz runs by itself and requires little input from the teacher. This allows the teacher to get on with some marking.
Instructions:
1. Download
2. Extract Folder
3. Double Click the Play File
4. Enjoy
Rounds:
1. General Christmas Knowledge (10 Questions)
2. Adverts (5 Questions Picture Round)
3. Movies (10 Questions, pupils watch a 20 seconds clip)
4. Christmas Logos (5 Questions)
5. Name all 9 Reindeer
6. Music (10 Questions, pupils listen to a 20 seconds clip)
7. Toys (10 Questions Picture Round)
8. Guess the movie/song from the picture code (10 Questions)
9. Celebrities dressed as Santa etc. (10 questions)
Over 60 questions: Designed to last the whole lesson
Quiz includes a timer on each slide with quiz music to increase excitement within the classroom.
Answers will appear at the end of the PowerPoint. This allows pupils to mark each others answers.
Your pupils will love this.
Please review .
Thanks and Merry Christmas

Three Differentiated Year 7 Maths Homework Books.
Life without levels.
30 homework's to complete. Answers included.
These books match my SOW found on TES.
You can also find my Year 7 curriculum grid on TES.
You can change the names of the different tiers to suit your school.
Low: Level 4 Middle: Level 5 High: Level 6 Able: Level 6/7
Can be used for both KS2 and KS3.
Homework topics
Powers of 10 and negative numbers, converting units, area and perimeter, expressions, formula and algebraic fractions, fractions, calculating fractions, fractions and percentages, FDP, angles, properties of 2D shapes, probability, Venn diagrams, graphs, rounding, order of operations (BIDMAS), integer calculations, transformations, solving equations, number (multiples, factors, primes, squares and cubes), sequences, decimal calculations, proportion, ratio, averages and spread, charts and diagrams, collecting data, construction and 3D shapes and Volume.

Lesson 1: Introduction to Proportion
Lesson 2: Introduction to Direction Proportion
Lesson 3: Introduction to Ratio
Lesson 4: Ratio and Proportion Problems
Suitable for lower and middle set year 7's.
Mostly worksheet free.

TES PICKS

1. Includes a PowerPoint and a worksheet designed to allow all pupils make progress and grain a full understanding of decimal place value.
2. Decimal place value: Tenths, hundredths and thousandths.
3. Highly visual approach to teaching and learning decimal place value.

Work out the volume of cuboids and cubes by counting and by using the formula.
Lesson allows pupils to discover the formula for themselves.
>>>Worksheet Free<<<

1. A PowerPoint demonstrating angles in a triangle and properties of a triangle.
2. A well designed and differentiated worksheet on properties of triangles and angles allowing pupils to maximise progress
3. PowerPoint contains detailed answers to the worksheet.

1. PowerPoint showing pupils how to convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers
2. PowerPoint illustrates through diagrams and pictures how to convert between them.
3. Designed to allow all pupils make progress through carefully designed activities.
4. Worksheets including answers.

Contains a whole lesson.
1. Lottery starter
2. Activity 1: Simple and compound interest card sort
3. Activity 2: Compound interest problem solving questions (check answers before lesson)

TES PICKS

Introducing pupils to percentages.
Converting fractions into percentages.
Finding simple percentages of amounts.
Highly visual approach to allow pupils make max progress.

TES PICKS

A series of lessons designed for the new GCSE. I have designed it for my top set year 10s and used the second lesson to recap completing the square, factorising and the quadratic formula. The pupils got a lot from these lessons.
Worksheet Free.

A PowerPoint demonstrating to work out the circumference of a circle
Starter investigation allowing pupils to find the relationship between the circumference of a circle and the diameter.
A well designed and differentiated worksheet on the circumference of a circle allowing pupils to maximise progress.
Includes perimeters of semi circles, 1/4 circles and 3/4 circles.
PowerPoint contains detailed answers to the worksheet.

A PowerPoint demonstrating finding the lengths of arcs and the areas of sectors.
A well designed and differentiated worksheet allowing pupils to maximise progress
PowerPoint contains answers to the worksheet.

A PowerPoint demonstrating how to find the area of a circle.
Investigation starter allowing pupils to find the relationship between the radius of a circle and the area of a circle.
A well designed and differentiated worksheet on areas of circles allowing pupils to maximise progress
PowerPoint contains detailed answers to the worksheet.

A complete lesson on parts of a lesson including examples.
Worksheet designed to allow pupils to fully understand the topic by having challenging questions throughout.

First Lesson: Working out the surface area of a prism.
Second Lesson: Working out the volume of a prism.
>>>Worksheet Free<<<

TES PICKS

Lesson on area and perimeter of a rectangle including compound shapes.
WALT and WILF
Starter: Counting the squares
Main 1: Area and perimeter of rectangle, Missing lengths and problem solving question
Main 2: Area and perimeter of compound shapes and problem solving question

1. A PowerPoint designed to prompt pupils to fully understand 3D shapes.
2. A worksheet allowing pupils to investigate Euler's Formula. Questions within the worksheet are well differentiated to allow pupils to maximise their progress. Pupils will also investigate Platonic shapes.
3. Pupils will gain a full understanding of Prisms and Pyramids.
4. Pupils will gain knowledge on Polyhedrons and Non-Polyhedrons. Pupils will be able to explain why a Cylinder is not a Prism.
5. All misconceptions are addressed in this lesson.