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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.
Introducing Metric Capacity/Volume
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Introducing Metric Capacity/Volume

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A Powerpoint presentation to introduce Year 5 pupils to the concept of capacity using metric units of measure. The pupils are asked to estimate the capacity of various containers.
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.
Introducing Metric Mass
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Introducing Metric Mass

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A fun PowerPoint presentation, complete with some animation and sound effects, to introduce pupils to the concept of metric weights and measures. It is suitable for KS2 pupils.
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.
Reflection
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Reflection

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A PowerPoint introduces "Reflection" and this is followed up with a worksheet explaining the process and a second worksheet, with answers, to consolidate the topic. The resources are suitable for Years 5, 6 and 7.
Translation
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Translation

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A simple fact sheet explaining translation is consolidated by two worksheets with answers. Suitable for Years 5 to 7. The accompanying PowerPoint enhances the explanation sheet and pupils will be able to see clearly how one shape translates onto another.
Area & Perimeter
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Area & Perimeter

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Pupils find area and perimeter quite tricky. I made this PowerPoint to explain clearly and simply how to calculate area of rectangles, triangles and compound shapes. The use of formula is described once the children have a clear understanding of the concept of area.
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?
Venn Diagrams
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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.
Transformations
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Transformations

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This power-point explains very clearly how translation, reflection and rotation work. It is suitable for a bright Year 5 class as well as for Year 6 and 7 pupils. Worksheets to consolidate each of the three transformations are provided for consolidation.
Symmetry - Line & Rotational
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Symmetry - Line & Rotational

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A student-friendly power-point presentation that shows very clearly the two types of symmetry - line and rotational. It contains excellent visual effects showing clearly how symmetry works. An invaluable introduction to symmetry for KS2 as well as a reminder for KS3 pupils.
Division with remainders
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Division with remainders

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An excellent resource to show exactly how a number is divided into equal parts and what to do if there is a remainder. Strong visual effects bring home the concept that division is the inverse of multiplication. The presentation makes clear use of a number line that even less-able learners will be able to understand.