Hello! My shop is 100% mathematics, all things numbers, algebra, sequences etc etc! I hope you find something useful, please if you do, leave me a little review that would be greatly appreciated! If there's anything you think I could add to/improve on please feel free to drop me a message on Twitter or Instagram.

Hello! My shop is 100% mathematics, all things numbers, algebra, sequences etc etc! I hope you find something useful, please if you do, leave me a little review that would be greatly appreciated! If there's anything you think I could add to/improve on please feel free to drop me a message on Twitter or Instagram.

This PowerPoint presentation contains 1 game of bingo which requires simplifying fractions. It has 16 options and therefore 16 questions also. The largest common factor between the numerators and denominators do not exceed 10. The answers are located within the notes section of each slide for easy bingo checking. Hope this is helpful!

This PowerPoint presentation contains a game of bingo which requires the students to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. The game gives 15 options, 5 of each and the answers are written in the notes not on the slides themselves.
Hope this can help!

This resource contains 20 questions on adding 3 digit numbers on one side, and their corresponding answers on the other in a different order. The answers are contained in their own box and can be moved around the screen, so this resource is online friendly.
In addition to this resource I have a version which involves adding 2 digit numbers, which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12474444

This PowerPoint contains a lesson on adding and subtracting mixed number and improper fractions. Start activity revises simplifying fractions, calculations with fractions of the same denominator and then with different denominators. Main part of the lesson covers converting between mixed number and improper fractions with supporting questions. Then follows on to adding and subtracting the two types of fractions as well with supporting questions. I have also created a bingo for this lesson. The bingo pp contains 2 games: 1 for converting and 1 for adding/subtracting. I used this lesson for a year 8 group and got through entire presentation and both bingo games in an hour. Hope this helps.

This PowerPoint presentation contains 2 bingo games, one for converting between mixed number and improper fractions and one for adding and subtracting between the two as well.
I have also created a lesson which pairs with this resource well. The lesson covers both converting between mixed number and improper fractions as well as adding and subtracting the two, just as this bingo presentation. Link to the lesson: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12501916

This worksheet includes 8 right-angled triangles, each (apart from the bottom one) with two side lengths missing. The bottom triangle has two side lengths provided, from which its hypotenuse can be calculated. This then gives an additional side length for the triangle above, allowing the hypotenuse of this triangle to be calculated. This then continues up the page. Not all triangles fit perfectly together so for some triangles extra measurements are provided. This is my level 1 worksheet, as no rearrangement of Pythagoras is required, level 2 will include this. Hope this is helpful! Final answer when rounded to 1 decimal place is 6.0 cm.

This worksheet includes 8 right-angled triangles, each with side lengths missing. The bottom triangle has two side lengths provided, from which its hypotenuse can be calculated. This then gives an additional side length for the triangle above, allowing the missing side length of this triangle to be calculated. This then continues up the page. Not all triangles fit perfectly together so for some triangles extra measurements are provided. This is my level 2 worksheet, as it requires some rearrangement of Pythagoras, level 1 does not require this. Hope this is helpful! Perimeter when rounded to 1 decimal place is 97.2 cm.

This booklet contains 140 questions, 70 finding the nth term of a givenlinear sequence,70 asking for the first 5 terms of a linear sequence given its nth term rule.
This resource is an extension on another resource I made: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12463962 Which is of the exact format as this resource but is a single worksheet. The single sheet version is completely FREE, so please if you would like a trial version first, please follow the above link to download. Then if you like that worksheet this booklet contains 7 more sheets to use!
This booklet can be used as a revision tool to work through, practicing linear questions to cement understanding before progressing to quadratic. Also could be solely used as a question bank for examples, class questions or printed off for singular worksheets. The answers to each page can be found at the end of the document. I hope this can help!

This PowerPoint presentation is a game of keyword bingo for KS3 geometry. It contains 14 keywords and thus 14 questions relating to the definitions of those keywords. Some questions involve pictures of shapes which require identifying, some give the definition of a keyword etc.
Ideal game to play to make sure geometrical buzz-words and their definitions are well and truly cemented into your kid’s brains!
All previous answers are provided in the notes for easy checking for any bingo calls! Hope this can come in handy for someone!

This worksheet consists of 20 questions split into two sections. The first section includes questions which provide the quadratic Nth term rule and asks for the first five terms of the sequence. The second section provides the first five terms and asks can you find the Nth term?
Answers are provided within the document. This worksheet is ideal for practice/revision of quadratic Nth term rules, building on the foundational knowledge on linear rules. A worksheet on linear rules can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12463962
If you like this worksheet then I have a booklet which contains 140 questions of the same format as this sheet. Ideal for those revision sessions or for having a solid bank of questions to use as worked examples. Link to the booklet: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12465877

This resource contains 30 match-up cards, each displaying a bracket in the form a(bx+c). The solution to the expanded bracket can be found on another card, which will have another bracket ready to be expanded.
Once all cards are placed next to the cards, such that the form in the brackets and its expanded form are touching, it will form a complete loop.
a values range from 2…20 and b,c values range from 1…15. For smaller numbers and a slightly less challenging task I have a level 1 version which can be found here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-12469418 Or why not get both? As a bundle you can buy one and get one for a third of the price! Find the bundle here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/expanding-brackets-match-up-12472311
Fun Tip this game can be played in reverse and as a result factorising becomes the game!

This resource contains 20 sets of double brackets and the expanded form of each in a mixed up order. The job is simple, it’s to match the double bracket with its expanded version.
I created this resource during lockdown so it is online teaching friendly. As well as this I have a worksheet of practice questions on expanding double brackets which is completely free which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12473911

This bundle has two documents which contain 30 match up cards each, which display a bracket in the form a(bx+c). The solution to the expanded bracket can be found on another card, which will have another bracket ready to be expanded.
Once all cards are placed next to the cards, such that the form in the brackets and its expanded form are touching, it will form a complete loop.
The documents differ slightly in the size of the numbers used. The first has a values range from 2…10 and b,c values range from 1…5, the second a values range from 2…20 and b,c values range from 1…15, for that extra challenge.
This bundle is ideal for differentiation, in essence all students are working on the same task, however for those who require that extra challenge, the larger numbers can keep them busy. Whilst those who are struggling or have missed a lesson can practice the process of expanding a single bracket without the need for complex calculations.

This booklet contains 140 questions, 70 finding the nth term of a given quadratic sequence, 70 asking for the first 5 terms of a quadratic sequence given its nth term rule.
This resource is an extension on another resource I made: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12465431 Which is of the exact format as this resource but is a single worksheet. The single sheet version is completely FREE, so please if you would like a trial version first, please follow the above link to download. Then if you like that worksheet this booklet contains 7 more sheets to use!
This booklet can be used as a revision tool to work through, practicing quadratic questions. Also could be solely used as a question bank for examples, class questions or printed off for singular worksheets. The answers to each page can be found at the end of the document. I hope this can help!

This booklet contains 2000 mental maths questions, involving all four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Difficulty ranges from adding/subtracting two digit numbers only, to then using all operations with 3 digit numbers. Ideal for differentiation.
This is a nice quick and easy starter to use to keep on top of those core mathematics skills.
Minute maths involves sheets of 20 questions with the idea that students have 60 seconds to answer as many of the 20 as possible, hence Minute Maths. In this booklet there are 10 levels: adding and subtracting 2 and 3 digit numbers, multiplying and dividing timestables of up to 12 and up to 15. There are then combinations of all four operations for 2 digit numbers and timestables up to 12 and then 3 digit numbers and timestables up to 15. Each level has 10 different question sheets and each question sheet has 3 strips of the same questions to help with printing/photocopying.
Formatting recomendation: alter the font size of a question sheet on its own, then print that sheet and do not save. Altering the size may shift subsequent question sheets onto seperate pages.

This resource contains 30 match-up cards, each displaying a bracket in the form a(bx+c). The solution to the expanded bracket can be found on another card, which will have another bracket ready to be expanded.
Once all cards are placed next to the cards, such that the form in the brackets and its expanded form are touching, it will form a complete loop.
a values range from 2…10 and b,c values range from 1…5. For larger numbers and a more challenging task I have a level 2 version which can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12472299 Or why not get both? As a bundle you can buy one and get one for a third of the price! Find the bundle here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/expanding-brackets-match-up-12472311
Fun Tip this game can be played in reverse and as a result factorising becomes the game!

This document contains a table with 2 columns, the first contains 20 questions on multiplication numbers between 2 and 15, the second contains the answers in an incorrect order. Each answer is contained within its own box so can be moved around the document, meaning this resource is online teaching friendly. Hope this can be helpful!

This document contains 6 questions on calculating the missing side of a right-angled triangle. The questions only ask for the size of the hypotenuse, so this could be a worksheet used earlier on in the topic. The given side lengths do not exceed 15. Answers are included. Hope this can help!

This document contains a table with 2 columns, the first contains 20 questions on multiplication numbers between 2 and 12, the second contains the answers in an incorrect order. Each answer is contained within its own box so can be moved around the document, meaning this resource is online teaching friendly. Hope this can be helpful!

This PowerPoint contains a lesson on using inverse trig functions to calculate angles in a right angled triangle. The starter recaps finding a side length using standard trig functions. Then explains that rearranging SohCahToa triangles results in finding the sin, cos, tan of an angle and that there is one more step. Supporting questions are at the end with a GCSE style question, which is no more challenging than the other questions.