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Secondary Mathematics Teacher in Berkshire, England. Educated to PhD level. I use mastery techniques in my teaching, such as variation theory , find the errors, True/False, Can this be true questions, What is the same what is different, and Sometimes, always, never questions. I also love maths puzzles of all kinds. I encourage my students to draw diagrams whenever they can.

Secondary Mathematics Teacher in Berkshire, England. Educated to PhD level. I use mastery techniques in my teaching, such as variation theory , find the errors, True/False, Can this be true questions, What is the same what is different, and Sometimes, always, never questions. I also love maths puzzles of all kinds. I encourage my students to draw diagrams whenever they can.
Sharing in a ratio - difference given worksheet
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Sharing in a ratio - difference given worksheet

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Follows on from my sharing in a ratio worksheet. Notes and examples for students to read, explaining how to do this work. Worksheet and solutions. The worksheet consists of 2 A4 sheets of paper, laid out to guide students to use the bar model organising their work in a methodical way. 6 questions using the bar model which is provided for the students. 5 questions with errors to spot/correct. Extension question sharing 3 ways. Errors include using the wrong bar model and dividing by the wrong number. Also not giving money to the correct accuracy. e.g. £7.50 needs to be £7.50
Introduction to Iterative Sequences Worksheet
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Introduction to Iterative Sequences Worksheet

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A first lesson introducing the notation of iterative sequences. 4 activities describe the term to term rule in words from sequences notes to read write the iterative formula given the term to term rule in words Find the next 3 terms given the iterative formula and first term find the rule from the first 4 terms of a sequence and use it to find u_7 Solutions included Please leave feedback if you find this worksheet useful.
A Christmas card designed for KS3,
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A Christmas card designed for KS3,

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Christmas activity for KS3/ lower ability KS4 Students answer questions, plot points to make a design which is then reflected across a line. (x = 6) Join the points to create a Christmas tree. Tinsel is plotted from a table of values (x2) Baubles are added to decorate at given coordinates.
Solving Inequalities
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Solving Inequalities

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A worksheet made for use with a year 8 class as DIRT following a test. Brief explanation of the meanings of the symbols and representations on number lines. 4 match the representation with the symbol questions (too many answers) 16 show that questions solving inequalities. Students are able to build confidence in their work as they know what the answer should be, Encourages students to do the working because we already know the answer! Starts simple then builds up to 3 step problems - no brackets.
Numeracy Lessons x12
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Numeracy Lessons x12

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12 Numeracy lessons for LA KS3. Practice with times tables, negative numbers x 10, x 100 number bonds to 20 and 100. adding and subtracting 9 from a number. multiplying decimals, fractions simplifying adding and subtracting. simplifying ratios. Revision of sequences, plotting coordinates, straight line graphs, transformations
Maths Literacy Wordsearch 2
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Maths Literacy Wordsearch 2

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A wordsearch with the answer to maths questions in it. Aimed at KS3/KS4 names of shapes, properties of 2D shapes, transformations bearings and more. Some wrong spellings included. Now with solution
Maths Literacy Wordsearch
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Maths Literacy Wordsearch

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A wordsearch designed for KS3 or KS4. The answers are maths words which can be found in the wordsearch. some incorrect spellings included. Enjoy!
Sharing in a ratio worksheet
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Sharing in a ratio worksheet

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Power point and accompanying worksheet (with solutions) Notes and examples for students to read, explaining how to do this work. For use as a first lesson sharing in a ratio or revision. The worksheet consists of 2 A4 sheets of paper, laid out to guide students to use the bar model organising their work in a methodical way. 9 questions using the bar model which is provided for the students. The 2nd page is partially completed work which needs to be finished, some errors have been included so that students need to check the work so far not just complete it. Errors include using the wrong bar model and dividing by the wrong number.
Sharing in a ratio - one part given
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Sharing in a ratio - one part given

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Follows on from my sharing in a ratio worksheet. Notes and a worksheet (with solutions) for sharing in the ratio using the bar model. Bar models are provided for the students to encourage them to lay their work out in a methodical and tidy way. 1 sheet of straight forward questions. 1 sheet of questions where students find the error in someone else’s work.
Maths Literacy Word Search  No 3
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Maths Literacy Word Search No 3

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A word search to encourage students to think of the correct terminology in Mathematics. (Solution included) Could be set as a homework, or used in the classroom. Aimed at KS3 (I made it for my year 8s) Topics include names of shapes from properties. transformations bearings and angles. mathematical words in algebra - term, coefficient, constant Enjoy!
Code Breaker with Shapes
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Code Breaker with Shapes

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A code breaker made of shapes. Students will need to think about 2D shapes and their properties in order to find the order and type of shapes in the code. Aimed at KS3
Completing the square home learning - 3 lessons
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Completing the square home learning - 3 lessons

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3 complete lessons on completing the square with carefully put together notes using manipulatives. Designed from a mastery perspective, the work is chunked into small bites to allow students to access this tricky topic. Monic quadratics only. Students should be familiar with expanding and factorising double brackets before attempting this work. Students are encouraged to mark their work with the solutions suppplied and reflect on their work at the end of each lesson. There is a 4th activity which connects the different forms of quadratic graphs.
Number Puzzles x8
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Number Puzzles x8

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8 Number puzzles 4 KS3, 4 KS5 answer the maths questions and cross off the answers from the number square until you have 3 or 4 remaining numbers. Arrange these numbers to make a sum or find the prime decomposition of their product (KS4) I’ve used some of these with my students and they love them. They did the workings on white boards. Enjoy!
3D shapes Code Breaker
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3D shapes Code Breaker

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A 3D shapes code breaker Use the clues to decide which shapes are in the code and what order they are in. pictures of shapes included to help students visualise them. Aimed at KS3
Code Breaker
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Code Breaker

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A code breaker designed to get students thinking mathematically. Students will need to find a way to lay out their work so that they can use the clues to whittle down the possible answers until they have eliminated all but one possibility. Aimed at KS4 or UA KS3 (if you are feeling brave)
Code Breaker
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Code Breaker

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Code breaker with 4 digits. Use the clues to break the code. Students will need to think logically and lay their work out in such a way that they can put the different clues together to break the code. Suitable for KS3/KS4
Maths Number Crossword Puzzle
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Maths Number Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword style puzzle with numbers and solution. Work out the answers and fit them into the crossword. Suitable for KS4 questions on exact value trig (but could get it from Calc) Bearings Density Pressure Speed distance time Standard form translations converting units truncation substitution into a quadratic sequence. Enjoy!
Easter Sequences Activity
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Easter Sequences Activity

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A fun Easter resource based on the Easter bunny and his friends. (do you recognise the names referenced) They leave a chocolate egg in some holes in a golf course they jump from hole to hole in sequences. Students are asked to work out the first 6 terms, nth term (linear sequences) and how many eggs are in each hole. The twist is naughty Baldrick bunny moves some of the eggs. covers Linear sequences, nth term, is a term in a sequence, find a term in a sequence. Enjoy!