# #1 MATHS RESOURCES

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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.

#### Inverse Operations: working backwards to move forwards

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A humorous look at finding an answer using the inverse operation.

#### Introducing Factors

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A basic introduction to factors using the interactive whiteboard.

#### Fractions - an introduction

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Equilvalent fractions and fractional quanities are explained through a series of simple examples.

#### How to Divide with Fractions

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Your pupils will never forget how to divide by a fraction after they have watched this clever PowerPoint! The animated graphics reinforce the concept in an original and humorous way and a clever mnemonic consolidates the images. A worksheet with answers is part of the package.

#### Venn Diagrams

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A comprehensive resource pack that explains more complex Venn diagrams in detail. The PowerPoint is extremely clear, taking the pupils through the concept of the intersection of two and three sets. There is a fact sheet for pupils as well as a worksheet to consolidate the concept. Answers are supplied.

#### Sequences and the nth Term

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A basic introduction to how to find the nth term of a sequence. Pupils are introduced to the concept through an imaginative video which takes them through the process step-by-step.

#### INVESTIGATING Upside-down numbers

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Pupils benefit from regular mathematical investigations - learning the technique of logical and methodical thinking by justifying their conclusions. This challenging investigation is supported by a PowerPoint and a worksheet and is suitable for Upper KS2 pupils. Answers are provided.

#### INTRODUCTION TO DECIMALS

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Why do some children find the concept of decimals hard to understand? I believe it is because they are not secure in their knowledge of place value. This comprehensive package of resources makes the journey through the land of decimals easy to understand.