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I design interactive PowerPpoint maths games and maths lessons using animations

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I design interactive PowerPpoint maths games and maths lessons using animations
How to construct the net of a Cube
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How to construct the net of a Cube

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Construction of square, All Circles are drawn with the same radius, Fold a net into a 3D or Solid, Cube Suitable for End of Term activity, Suitable for G&T (Gifted é Talented) Students.
Year 7 higher assessments  - New Curriculum
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Year 7 higher assessments - New Curriculum

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Start preparing your students from year 7 with these variety of questions, touching on all the strands in the new curriculum. Useful for end of term or end of year assessment. AO1: Recall and use knowledge of the prescribed content. Questions that test students’ memory of the content they learned in class. AO2: Select and apply mathematical methods in a range of contexts. Questions that present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct Maths. AO3: Interpret and analyse problems and generate strategies to solve them. Questions that present a problem and leave the student to solve it.
Math Catch Phrase
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Math Catch Phrase

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Enthuse your students with these interactive games. Cover wide range of math concepts in a competitive learning atmosphere. Very useful for recapping numerous topics from Number work, Algebra, Shapes & Space and Handling Data.
Maths Catch Phrase - Revision activity on different topics
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Maths Catch Phrase - Revision activity on different topics

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Please read the Answer sheet attached before the game. This interactive resource will be useful for KS4 students or students in high school as a revision activity. This is excellent for mini white board activity. It draws questions from different topics in maths ( complete the squre, circle theorem, similar shapes, histogram, negative fractional indices, angles, direct proportion, quadratics, standard form, surds etc) Easily adaptable Have Fun
Year 7 Foundation Assessment - New Curriculum
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Year 7 Foundation Assessment - New Curriculum

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Start preparing your less able students from year 7 with these varieties of questions, touching on all the strands in the new curriculum. Useful for end of term or end of year assessment. AO1: Recall and use knowledge of the prescribed content. Questions that test students’ memory of the content they learned in class. AO2: Select and apply mathematical methods in a range of contexts. Questions that present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct Maths. AO3: Interpret and analyse problems and generate strategies to solve them. Questions that present a problem and leave the student to solve it.
Year 8 higher Steps Assessment - New Curriculum
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Year 8 higher Steps Assessment - New Curriculum

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Consolidate and deepen the knowledge of your students from year 8 with these varieties of questions, touching on all the strands in the new curriculum. Useful for end of term or end of year assessment. AO1: Recall and use knowledge of the prescribed content. Questions that test students’ memory of the content they learned in class. AO2: Select and apply mathematical methods in a range of contexts. Questions that present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct Maths. AO3: Interpret and analyse problems and generate strategies to solve them. Questions that present a problem and leave the student to solve it.
Year 8 Foundation Steps Assessment - New Curriculum
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Year 8 Foundation Steps Assessment - New Curriculum

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Develop the confidence of your less able students from year 8 with these varieties of questions, touching on all the strands in the new curriculum. Useful for end of term or end of year assessment. AO1: Recall and use knowledge of the prescribed content. Questions that test students’ memory of the content they learned in class. AO2: Select and apply mathematical methods in a range of contexts. Questions that present a scenario and ask students to apply the correct Maths. AO3: Interpret and analyse problems and generate strategies to solve them. Questions that present a problem and leave the student to solve it.