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After downloading my first resource over nine years ago and receiving 93,000 viewings, I realised that the sort of resources I create seems to be what busy teachers want. Everything I make is tried and tested on my willing pupils and my aim is for everyone to enjoy and understand the topics I feature.

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After downloading my first resource over nine years ago and receiving 93,000 viewings, I realised that the sort of resources I create seems to be what busy teachers want. Everything I make is tried and tested on my willing pupils and my aim is for everyone to enjoy and understand the topics I feature.
Interior angles of polygons
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Interior angles of polygons

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I made this Powerpoint presentation to show clearly how the interior angles of any polygon are calculated by dividing each polygon into triangles. My pupils already know that the angle sum of a triangle is 180 degrees.
Measurement - metric and imperial
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Measurement - metric and imperial

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The UK went metric some years ago but not everyone has had the memo! Distances are still measured in miles, market sellers sell their fruit and veg by the lb and most people measure their weight in stones - all very confusing for children who learn about measurement from an early age in school. This PowerPoint explains the history of some of the ancient measures as well as a look at their metric equivalents.
How to read a scale - a step-by-step guide
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How to read a scale - a step-by-step guide

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Many pupils find it difficult to read scales. This PowerPoint presentation shows exactly what to do in order to read any scale. With clear graphics, it is suitable for KS2 pupils as well as LA KS3 students.
Mean, Median, Mode & Range
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Mean, Median, Mode & Range

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A new resource from a premium contributer illustrating mean, median, mode and range in an entertaining way. A differentiated worksheet supports the PowerPoint presentation.
An introduction to 3-D shapes
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An introduction to 3-D shapes

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An entertaining and educational PowerPoint that consolidates the concept of faces, edges and vertices on 3-D shapes by means of quiz-style questions. After this the pupils are shown how to sketch polyhedra. A worksheet accompanies this section. Suitable for upper KS2 and lower KS3.
Surface Area of 3-D Shapes
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Surface Area of 3-D Shapes

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Finding surface area is simpler if a net is drawn, allowing the dimensions of each face of the 3-D shape to be seen clearly. This PowerPoint, with its accompanying worksheet, takes the pupils through the surface area of a cube, a cuboid, a triangular prism and a cylinder.
PIE CHARTS
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PIE CHARTS

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Teach your pupils how to draw pie charts with this clear PowerPoint which goes through each step in a straight-forward manner.
Pi
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Pi

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This detailed PowerPoint takes the student, step-by-step, through how to obtain Pi and how to use it to calculate the circumference and area of a circle. The concept of Pi is supported by a strong visual element, ensuring that each pupil is able to understand the concept.
Twenty Timed Tests
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Twenty Timed Tests

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A series of 20 tests to revise and consolidate the KS2 curriculum. Suitable for Year 6 pupils. The tests, which take no more than 10 to 15 minutes, encourage speed and confidence. Pupils enjoy the repetition of topics which include a variety of number-based questions including fractions, decimals and percentages. There are also Shape and Measure questions and a selection of word problems. An excellent resource for a busy teacher.
FRACTIONS - GETTING TO KNOW THEM
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FRACTIONS - GETTING TO KNOW THEM

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This well-structured PowerPoint and accompanying worksheet takes pupils through proper and improper fractions and mixed numbers. As has come to be expected from this author, each slide is clear, uncluttered and concise - enabling the children to understand easily what is often a tricky concept to grasp.
Triangles - a step by step introduction
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Triangles - a step by step introduction

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This excellent PowerPoint presentation takes the pupils through the basic information needed to understand what triangles are, how to name them and how to prove that the angle sum of a triangle is 180 degrees. It is suitable for Years 4, 5 & 6.
Rounding off a decimal with several decimal places
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Rounding off a decimal with several decimal places

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A clear and effective explanation to show pupils how to round off a number to one or two decimal places. Using simple graphics and practical repetition, every pupil will be able to access this important concept. The author is well known for easy to understand, eye-catching presentations. The PowerPoint is supported by two worksheets.
ANGLES - NAMING & MEASURING
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ANGLES - NAMING & MEASURING

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Another excellent resource which takes the pupils step-by-step through the process of what an angle is, how to name an angle, the importance of estimation and how to use a 180 degree protractor. With simple yet stunning slides, every pupil will be able to access what can be, a tricky concept to master.
Using a net to make this cute Easter chick
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Using a net to make this cute Easter chick

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Maths is lots of fun and here is a lovely Easter project that every KS2 child will enjoy. A simple yet effective PowerPoint takes the pupils through the process, ste by step. Cut out the template, make the chick and fill the box with mini eggs. What could be better?
BEARINGS
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BEARINGS

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An excellent introduction to Bearings. Each slide is easy to follow and the pupil is taken through a series of simple steps that enable him to master the concept of direction using a 360 degree protractor. This is another stunning presentation from a teacher who understands why students get stuck.
Rotation
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Rotation

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A fantastic resource which demonstrates very clearly how to rotate an object. The accompanying worksheet, with answers, gives the pupils practice in the technique of rotation. This resource is suitable for upper KS2 and lower KS3.
Factors and Multiples
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Factors and Multiples

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Pupils often muddle factors and multiples. This animated PowerPoint shows how factors are made in a factory. When multiplied together, they become multiples.