This shop is slowly being filled with my favourite lesson plans. I love it when I find a resource that gives a complete lesson without the need for any extras or tweaking so that's what I'm aiming to also give when I add a new resource on here.

This shop is slowly being filled with my favourite lesson plans. I love it when I find a resource that gives a complete lesson without the need for any extras or tweaking so that's what I'm aiming to also give when I add a new resource on here.

Complete lesson on substituting into formulae. Teaching slides introducing the concept of a Formula followed by plenty of examples and practice questions ranging from substituting into the formula for the area of a rectangle up to substituting into E=mc^2.
18 slides as follows:
Two different starters recapping substituting into expressions.
Title slide with learning objective.
Teaching slide to aid explaining the difference between an equation and a formula.
Slide going over some basic formula students already know.
Teaching slide: area of a rectangle formula.
Teaching slide: area of a triangle formula.
Practice questions slide with answers.
Teaching slide: speed formula.
Teaching slide: power formula.
Practice questions slide with answers.
Teaching slide: area of a trapezium formula.
Teaching slide: volume of a pyramid formula.
Practice questions slide with answers.
Teaching slide: Einstein's formula.
Practice questions slide with answers.
Choice of two plenaries to round off the lesson.

Two complete lessons introducing solving equations then covering solving one and two step linear equations. Plenty of differentiated questions, starters, plenaries and extra mini-whiteboard questions to test fluency.
There are teaching slides for you to talk through sample questions followed by plenty of progressively more tricky questions.
Comprising:
Starter - inverse function machines to recap inverse operations
Key words - variable, term, expression and equation slide
Illustrated explanation of keeping an equation balanced by doing the same to both sides
Teaching slide - solving one step equations involving + & -
Practice questions - slide of practice qu’s solving one step equations + & -
Teaching slide - solving one step equations involving x & /
Practice questions - slide of practice qu’s solving one step equations x & /
Practice questions - slide of practice qu’s solving one step equations mix of all 4 operations
Teaching slide - solving two step equations
Practice questions - slide of practice qu’s solving two step equations
Teaching slide - solving two step equations (harder)
Practice questions - slide of practice qu’s solving two step equations (harder)
Choice of two plenaries
Thirteen mini whiteboard questions and answers.
Any feedback welcome - thanks!

This pack contains 5 different maths activities based around a wildlife park. Each activity is centered around a different area of mathematics and a different aspect of the park. The pack is designed to give the pupils an insight into the running of a wildlife park and an understanding of the vital role mathematics plays in its operation.
The pack is ideal for a series of maths lessons that you want to tie in with a visit to a zoo/conservation park or simply practicing maths skills in a real-life context. The whole pack would take around 3 or 4 hours to complete.
Task 1: map scales, compass directions, distance and area (level 3) - based around a map of WIllow Wildlife Park.
Task 2: money operations (level 3) - based around the park gift shop.
Task 3: designing and costing a new bear enclosure (level 2/3).
Task 4: time (level 3/4) - based around a volunteer’s working day at the park.
Task 5: pie chart, percentages (level 4/5) - based around the annual report of the park detailing income sources.
All question answers included.
This pack has been repeatedly used successfully with a whole yr7 year group before a wildlife park visit. It would also be suitable for primary year 6 children.
I hope your students enjoy the activities as much as ours have.
Feedback warmly welcome.

This PowerPoint is intended to provide the structure and material to teach a whole lesson on Function Machines and Inverse Operations. The lesson includes the following parts:
starter to introduce inverse operations,
activity using function machines beginning with the input,
introduction to reversing a function machine to find the input beginning with the output,
exercises practicing this skill,
using function machines and inverse operations to solve problems exercise,
plenary.

This is a full lesson covering Scale Drawing. It takes the student through understanding the concept of scale and proportion, using scales to producing scale drawings.
The lesson comprises:
Engaging starter to stimulate ideas around the topic.
Two teaching slides on proportion and understanding how to read a scale expressed as a ratio.
Three illustrated slides showing how to use the scale to find dimensions.
Two slides of differentiated practice questions (with answers!)
Two extra slides of mixed questions (with answers).
Two further slides around creating own scale drawings.
One project slide on producing a scale drawing of the school grounds.
Plenary drawing out the main learning points.
16 slides in total
This lesson could be squeezed into one hour or delved into more fully over two lessons, particularly if the students are producing their own scale drawings.
Feedback welcome.
Thanks
Jamie

PowerPoint presentation containing everything to teach the topic 'Finding the midpoint of a Line Segment'.
Choice of two starter exercises to ensure students have the background knowledge needed for the lesson.
Animated teaching slide.
Key Point slide with the key learning point.
Practice questions and extension.
Plenary question at the end and additional mini whiteboard questions if required.
NC level 5 GCSE grade E.

A two page worksheet to practice and reinforce learning on Nets of Cuboids.
Questions progressively advanced from identifying nets and how they fold together to drawing nets of cuboids.
Answers included.
Feedback welcome - thanks
Jamie

A complete lesson to clearly teach students how to find the surface area of a cuboid.
Lesson includes:
Starter, animated teaching slides, differentiated practice questions for students to try, extension questions for the more able (surface area of pyramid and prism) and plenary question to aid assessing learning.
Feedback warmly welcomed.
Thanks
Jamie

A complete 2 part lesson to introduce students to plotting the graphs of equations. PowerPoint is animated with answers appearing on the screen.
Lesson one has:
Starter activity plotting co-ordinates
Introduces the students to lines parallel to the axes on the co-ordinate grid.
Differentiated activity drawing and naming lines parallel to the x and y axis.
Plenary
Lesson two has:
A starter using co-ordinates in all four quadrants.
Main teaching point; plotting an equation by first creating co-ordinate pairs from the equation.
Differentiated activity giving the students four equations to plot by themselves.
Plenary
Both lessons are aimed at students working at GCSE level 4.

Two complete lessons covering drawing nets of cuboids and finding their surface area.
The accompanying worksheet is perfect for a homework task on drawing nets of cuboids.
These lessons are great taught together as the learning of the first lesson on drawing nets is nicely built upon and reinforced by the second lesson on surface area.

PowerPoint presentation primarily aiming to give students practice plotting quadratic equations. The lesson however also encourages the students to first think how the next equation they are plotting differs from the first and then predict how its shape will differ on the graph. The lesson therefore also introduces graph transformations. Included are screen prints of the resulting graphs the students will plot.
The lesson is also duplicated using cubic equations for the more able students.

A worksheet for students to practice using scales. Students have to measure the pictures and then use the scale to find the real-life object’s size. Calculator required! Answers provided.

A complete lesson on solving equations when there are unknowns on both sides of the equals sign. Suitable for KS3 higher ability and GCSE intermediate to higher ability.
Lesson includes:
Starter to recap solving linear equations with only one unknown
Title screen with the lesson objective
Visual, animated slides to enable students to develop the thinking process needed to solve equations with unknowns on both sides
Example slide for the teacher to explain the process more abstractly
8 practice questions of increasing difficulty for the students to try with answers
Example slide for the teacher to talk through where the answers are negative or fractional
A further 8 practice questions of increasing difficulty for the students to try with answers
Choice of two plenaries so student's can step back and think about what they have learnt

A useful PowerPoint lesson plan to start the new term. Great for motivating KS3 students for the term of maths lessons. This lesson demonstartes how useful maths is in life and in careers.
What is maths?
How has maths affected my life?
Why learn maths?
What makes a good mathematician?

This is a fantastic resource created to be used regularly as a starter to really boost students' confidence in their numeracy skills. The resource is created in excel to provide randomly generated questions for the old level 3 and 4 topics on the numeracy curriculum. There are 13 sets of 10 progressively more difficult questions. As the questions are randomly generated, the resource can be used over and over again and the answers can be revealed through the toggle buttons. There's also a record sheet at the start that can be used to keep track of progress.
Topics include:
Level 3
Money - calculating change
Ordering whole numbers
Addition
Subtraction
Addition & subtraction across zero
Division
Fractions - making a whole
Adding & subtracting fractions
Level 4
Short multiplication
Rounding to 10, 100, 1000
Multiplying & dividing by 10, 100, 1000
Short division
Equivalent fractions

A great** infinite** resource - perfect to use as a starter warm-up activity.
A new randomly generated puzzle is created each time for pupils to try and solve. The puzzle is a fantastic way to get pupils practicing using their numeracy skills.
Press the button to reveal the answers one at a time - ideal to provide clues for students who need a little help.
I hope your students enjoy this starter as much as mine do.
Any feedback welcome.
Thanks!

A wonderful tool to aid dealing with disputes between pupils.
I created this resource to solve an ongoing problem between two students who were antagonising each other where there was no clear culprit or victim.
The resource consists of a a fill in sheet to give to the students and then a poster to aid talking as you mediate between the students.
The students learn:
* To express their feelings to each other
* Empathise
* Problem solve together
* Independently resolve conflicts
The children also quickly learn, if used each time a problem arises, that they’d rather not miss their break time sat talking issues through and so they begin to avoid creating the problems in the first place. Works great for making the attention craving children who stir up trouble to stop and think!

This is a infinite resource created to be used regularly as a starter to really boost students' confidence in their numeracy skills. The resource is created in excel to provide randomly generated questions for almost every topic on the numeracy curriculum. There are 37 sets of 10 progressively more difficult questions, covering topics from (old) level 3 to level 8. As the questions are randomly generated, the resource can be used over and over again and the answers can be revealed through the toggle buttons. There's also a record sheet at the start that can be used to keep track of progress.
Topics include:
Level 3
Money - calculating change
Ordering whole numbers
Addition
Subtraction
Addition & subtraction across zero
Division
Fractions - making a whole
Adding & subtracting fractions
Level 4
Short multiplication
Rounding to 10, 100, 1000
Multiplying & dividing by 10, 100, 1000
Short division
Equivalent fractions
Level 5
Adding & subtracting decimals
Long multiplication
Multiplying & dividing decimals by 10,100,1000
Multiplying decimals
Dividing decimals
Long division
Simplifying fractions
Mixed → Improper fractions
Improper → Mixed fractions
Fractions of amounts
Adding & subtracting directed numbers
Multiplying directed numbers
Dividing directed numbers
Simplifying ratios
Order of operations
Squares, cubes & roots
Level 6
Percentage of an amount
Decimal → percentage → fraction
Fraction → percentage → decimal
Adding fractions
Rounding to decimal places
Sharing in a ratio
Percentage increase and decrease
Multiplying fractions
Dividing fractions
Rounding to significant figures
Level 8
Standard form → Regular number
Regular number → Standard form

A complete lesson to teach students how to solve equations that involve brackets and then extend on to forming equations with brackets. This lesson would be suitable for students of intermediate to higher level at GCSE or higher ability at KS3.
The lesson includes:
Starter recapping multiplying out brackets
Title screen with level and lesson objective
Teaching slide for teacher to demonstrate solving equations involving brackets
9 practice questions of increasing difficultly with answers
Teaching slide to demonstrate solving equations with brackets and two unknowns
Further 9 practice questions, increasing difficulty with answers
4 slides to teach and practice forming your own equations, based on shapes with equal areas and worded questions
Plenary for the students to get creative and come up with their own question