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Hello! My name's Freddie and I'm a private tutor in the South East. For my sessions I make resources, generally maths ones at an early Key Stage 2 level, and I thought I'd publish my favourite ones here. Enjoy!

Hello! My name's Freddie and I'm a private tutor in the South East. For my sessions I make resources, generally maths ones at an early Key Stage 2 level, and I thought I'd publish my favourite ones here. Enjoy!
Key Stage 2 Subtraction Bingo (3 & 4 digits)
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Key Stage 2 Subtraction Bingo (3 & 4 digits)

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This game challenges Key Stage 2 students to efficiently solve subtraction problems using large numbers. It is a variant on the classic bingo in which two numbers are drawn. The players have to subtract the smallest from the largest and cross the result out on their bingo card. I made this resource (as is the case with other resources I make) for my own purposes and it is thus designed as a 1:1 activity. There is no reason why it cannot be adapted for class usage, either as a group activity or a class one (although more bingo cards would be required for the latter). I recommend laminating the bingo cards so that the can be re-used. There are three different bingo cards - with red, blue and green borders - and each is double-sided. There is a blue side and a yellow side which correspond to the two sets of counters - blue (3-digit numbers) and yellow (4-digit numbers). This adds versatility to the game by giving it two levels of difficulty. If there is sufficient demand I am prepared to make similar games for addition and multiplication.
Times Table 4-in-a-Row
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Times Table 4-in-a-Row

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This is a fun, original game for the teaching of times tables up to and including 6x6 (i.e. something like 7x3 is not included because 7 > 6). All that is needed to play is a pair of dice. When I use the game - for 1:1 tuition - I use a laminated version so that I can draw on it with a whiteboard pen, making it reusable; an alternative method is to use counters to cover the spaces. As previously mentioned, I created this resource for 1:1 tuition, but it can easily be implemented in a classroom environment. It would ideally be used with 7+ years old students who are confident with their 1-6 times tables.
A Level Physics - Linear Particle Accelerators
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A Level Physics - Linear Particle Accelerators

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An animated PowerPoint filled with key information about Van der Graaf Accelerators and Drift Tube Design Linear Accelerators (LINACs). The presentation would make an ideal foundation for a lesson, especially if supplemented with exam questions to test the understanding of the students. In a classroom environment the presentation would probably last for around 15-20 minutes.
GCSE Physics - Star Life Cycle Presentation
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GCSE Physics - Star Life Cycle Presentation

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An interactive, fully-animated PowerPoint presentation following the life of a star, from birth to death. Ideal for use as a classroom presentation, although A Level students may find that it does not cover their whole specification. As a classroom presentation it should last around 15 minutes with an extra 5 minutes for the interactive quiz at the end. Supplemented with exam questions this would make a brilliant tool for student learning.