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► Fun maths resources ► #GoForItApp & #KnowMyNameApp ⓘ The educators list of topics: goo.gl/SU7tXR ✎ Please rate & comment!
BODMAS / Order of operations Worksheet incl. Negative numbers & Fractions with Answers
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BODMAS / Order of operations Worksheet incl. Negative numbers & Fractions with Answers

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I love search and shades worksheets. The students are able to self-check by looking for the answer in the grid. Then, they shade the areas to create a design. I use this one to practise the order of operations. It consists of 20 questions at different levels of difficulty. Besides BODMAS, your students will have to know some basic facts about adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with negative integers and fractions. This is a great resource for students in KS3. Colouring is required and you will need a selection of 2 colours including black. . . 👉 Want a deeper dive? Check my Instagram account: @theeducatorslist Or the list of topics
Writing a ratio in the form 1:n / #GoForItStarter
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Writing a ratio in the form 1:n / #GoForItStarter

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This resource is suitable to use with #GoForItApp. Using this app you can transform classic questions into a fun, whole class activity. ▸ Upload the worksheet to #GoForItApp available here to be able to display the questions on your whiteboard. ▸ When going through the questions, use a class register together with your activity to increase student participation. ▸ If you find that you want to amend the starter, you can do it using the PowerPoint version - it’s a really easy process - you can find more information in Helpful Tips ▸ You can upload more than one starter based on a current lesson or a series of previous lessons. A variety of topics will increase students’ fluency. More starters you can find here
Algebraic notation / #GoForItStarter
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Algebraic notation / #GoForItStarter

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This resource is suitable to use with my app, GoForIt. Using the app you can transform classic questions into a fun, whole class activity. Here is a way how maths teachers use #GoForItApp for fun and interactive starters: ▸ Upload the worksheet to #GoForItApp here to be able to display the questions on your white board. ▸ When going through the questions, use a class register together with your activity to increase student participation. Students will be more attentive to answering the question if their name is displayed. ▸ If you find that you want to amend the starter, you can do it using the PowerPoint version - it’s a really easy process - you can find more information in Helpful Tips. ▸ You can upload more than one starter activity based on a current lesson or a series of previous lessons. A variety of topics will increase students’ fluency.
Maths Words Game with Answers & Interactive Feedback
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Maths Words Game with Answers & Interactive Feedback

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This is a whole class activity which is based on maths vocabulary. Perfect to do in small groups (2-4 pupils per group). The worksheet consists 22 questions including words such as integers, digits, radius, perimeter, square numbers etc. Interactive Feedback available here. . . ⓘ To be able to add changes, please make a copy of the Google Sheet. ⓘ Any problems? I’m happy to help - please add your comment directly on Google Sheet.
Rotation Worksheet with answers
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Rotation Worksheet with answers

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This fun worksheet consists of 24 questions where students can practise and improve their rotation skills. Students are also required fully describe transformations. Two questions include the line of reflection.
Similarity Worksheet / Higher level with Answers / Compatible with #GoForItApp
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Similarity Worksheet / Higher level with Answers / Compatible with #GoForItApp

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The worksheet covers similar shapes. It includes questions on polygons, 3D shapes, angles, and problem solving questions. Perfect to practice calculations with fractions, decimals and surds as well as basic calculator skills. . . Do you want to take your activities to the next level? This resource is suitable to use with #GoForItApp. Using this app you can transform classic questions into a fun, whole class activity. ▸ Upload the worksheet to #GoForItApp available here to be able to display the questions on your whiteboard. ▸ When going through the questions, use a class register together with your activity to increase student participation. ▸ If you find that you want to amend the starter, you can do it using the PowerPoint version - it’s a really easy process - you can find more information in Helpful Tips ▸ You can upload more than one starter based on a current lesson or a series of previous lessons. A variety of topics will increase students’ fluency. More starters you can find here
Feedback Stickers to Print (This is good work because.../To make it even better, next time...)
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Feedback Stickers to Print (This is good work because.../To make it even better, next time...)

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Good resource that can be used for classroom management and encouragement, as well as to make the skills you are developing in a lesson explicit to students. There are 21 small stickers to a page with two starting points for your feedback comment: “This is good work because…” and "To make it even better, next time…" Please print on L7160 address labels sheets (63.5 x 38.1 mm).
BODMAS / Order of Operations Worksheet with Answers / Search & Shade
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BODMAS / Order of Operations Worksheet with Answers / Search & Shade

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I made this worksheet to review a working knowledge of order of operations/ BODMAS. It is one of my favorites! It consists of 20 questions at different levels of difficulty. This is a great resource for students in KS3. Colouring is required and you will need a selection of 4 colours including black. The activity should take around 15-20 minutes to complete. . . 👉 Want a deeper dive? Check my Instagram account: @theeducatorslist Or the list of topics
Algebra Match up Worksheet with Answers
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Algebra Match up Worksheet with Answers

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This is a fun worksheet to use as a starter, plenary or to support a revision lesson. It consists of 20 questions where students can practise essential algebra skills. The topics covered: algebraic notation, simplification, expanding brackets, factorisation and solving 2-step equations including brackets.
Algebra Rules Matching Cards with Answers (2 versions)
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Algebra Rules Matching Cards with Answers (2 versions)

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This is a quick way to assess your students’ knowledge and understanding of algebra notation and its’ rules. There are two versions available: no-colour and colour cards. Colour can help to match the cards, however they can be sorted in more than one way. Great opportunity for a discussion! ⓘ For more ideas, visit @theeducatorslist or my list of topics
Feedback Stickers Health Education
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Feedback Stickers Health Education

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Good resource that can be used for classroom management and encouragement, as well as to make the skills you are developing in a lesson explicit to students. There are 21 small stickers to a page with two starting points for your feedback comment: “This is good work because…” and "To make it even better, next time…" Please print on L7160 address labels sheets (63.5 x 38.1 mm).
Punctuation Marks Stickers (Avery L7651) / English / SEN students
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Punctuation Marks Stickers (Avery L7651) / English / SEN students

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Here are some stickers to help your students use different punctuation marks in their writing. They can be used by students in their exercise books to increase the correct use of punctuation and have some fun! Really helpful for SEN students. Please print on L7651 address labels sheets; 65 stickers per A4 sheet.
Midpoint Worksheet with Answers
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Midpoint Worksheet with Answers

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This fun worksheet consists of 15 questions where students can practise and improve their skills to find a midpoint of a line. Please leave a review to let me know what you think, or how my resources could improve. Many thanks.