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Maths resources to inspire and encourage students to see the fun and adventure possible in maths

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Maths resources to inspire and encourage students to see the fun and adventure possible in maths

Individual images of five symbols and events of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee each with a question to challenge your students with percentages and celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation!
Explore the Jubilee celebrations with maths questions surrounding 5 symbols and events held.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 PLATINUM JUBILEE MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving percentages at the Key Stage 3 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Find the weight of the sceptre from the orb’s weight
Find the number of cupcakes left after a street party
Find the percentage of her life that the Queen has been in power
Find the number of people wearing bearskin hats
Find the percentage of diamonds on the crown
All using percentages
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and its traditions with maths!
Check out other related KS3 resources:
Powers and Roots KS3 Maths Activities - Royalty
Pie Charts KS3 Maths Activities - Royal Court
Other Jubilee themed resources for other ages:
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee KS2 Maths Activities - Percentages
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee KS4 Maths Activities - Decimals

Individual images of five symbols and events of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee each with a question to challenge your students with percentages and celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation!
Explore the Jubilee celebrations with maths questions surrounding 5 symbols and events held.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 PLATINUM JUBILEE MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving percentages at the Key Stage 2 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Find the weight of the orb from the spectre’s weight
Find the number of cupcakes left after a street party
Find the percentage of her life that the Queen has been in power
Find the number of people wearing bearskin hats
Find the percentage of diamonds on the crown
All using percentages
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and its traditions with maths!
Check out other related KS2 resources:
Square and Cube Numbers KS2 Maths Activities - Royalty
Pie Charts KS2 Maths Activities - Royal Court
For a fun workbook covering the entirety of KS2, check out:
Carnival Calculations KS2 Maths Workbook
Other Jubilee themed resources for other ages:
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee KS3 Maths Activities - Percentages
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee KS4 Maths Activities - Decimals

Individual images of five symbols of the Christmas celebrations each with a question to challenge your students on Christmas themed maths!
Explore the festive celebrations with maths questions surrounding 5 symbols of the holiday season.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving various topics at the Key Stage 1 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Use multiplication to work out how many cards were sent
Give directions to find your way around the Christmas market
Read a data table to find how many people voted for the next carol song
Order the number of presents you may receive by size
Draw the line of symmetry on a Christmas tree
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore the jolly season and its traditions with maths!
Merry Mathsmas!

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Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with 15 maths activities with answers surrounding royalty all at a Key Stage 3 level. Including questions on percentages, powers and roots, and pie charts.

Individual images of five symbols and events of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee each with a question to challenge your students with decimals and celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation!
Explore the Jubilee celebrations with maths questions surrounding 5 symbols and events held.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 PLATINUM JUBILEE MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving percentages at the Key Stage 4 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Find the weight of the sceptre from the orb’s weight
Find the number of cupcakes left after a street party
Find the percentage of her life that the Queen has been in power and convert it to a decimal
Find the number of people wearing bearskin hats
Find the percentage of diamonds on the crown and convert it to a decimal
All using decimals and percentages
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and its traditions with maths!
Check out other related KS4 resources:
Indices KS4 Maths Activities - Royalty
Pie Charts KS4 Maths Activities - Royal Court
Other Jubilee themed resources for other ages:
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee KS2 Maths Activities - Percentages
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee KS3 Maths Activities - Percentages

Bundle

Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with 15 maths activities with answers surrounding royalty all at a Key Stage 4 level. Including questions on decimals, indices, and pie charts.

Individual images of five different events occurring in November each with a question to challenge your students on pie charts!
Explore the Anti-bullying Week, World Kindness Day, Road Safety Week, Remembrance Day and Children in Need with maths questions surrounding those events.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 NOVEMBER EVENT MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving various topics at the Key Stage 3 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With true or false questions questions asking you to…
Find the common difference of a sequence of acts of kindness
Find the highest common factor (HCF) of the traffic light timing
Find the area and number of poppies in a field
Find the probability of not being Pudsey’s favourite colour
Reflect stars on a coordinate grid axis
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore the important days in November with maths!

Individual images of five different Easter eggs each with a question to challenge your students on coordinates and enjoy an egg hunt with maths!
Explore the Easter holiday with maths questions surrounding 5 eggs hidden by the Easter bunny.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 EASTER MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving coordinates at the Key Stage 3 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Mark the hiding spot of a spotty egg
Mark the hiding spot of a wavy egg
Mark the hiding spot of a stripy egg
Mark the hiding spot of a stripy egg
Mark the hiding spot of a checkered egg
All using coordinates
Each question image comes with a coordinate grid showing the answer, as well as a blank grid and one grid with all the eggs filled in.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore Easter festivities with maths!

Individual images each with a diagram and a description to challenge your students in a variety of topics and raise the increasingly important topic of climate change!
Inspire your students to be change makers from a young age, with events such as COP27 and other environmentally focused events, there is no better time than now to encourage awareness and exploration through maths.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 CLIMATE CHANGE MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH A DIAGRAM AND WRITTEN QUESTION!
Created for any exam board, testing a variety of topics at the Key Stage 3 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, with a description of the question and a diagram that symbolises it.
With questions asking you to…
Calculate the area of the Arctic ice
Find the range of polar bears
Use Pythagoras’ theorem to calculate the sea level
Round the temperature to one decimal place
Solve the algebraic equation to find the amount of CO2
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions are provided as PNG image files.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Climate change is a major issue that can be even discussed through maths.

Individual images each with a diagram and a description to challenge your students in a variety of topics and raise the increasingly important topic of climate change!
Inspire your students to be change makers from a young age, with events such as COP27 and other environmentally focused events, there is no better time than now to encourage awareness and exploration through maths.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 CLIMATE CHANGE MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH A DIAGRAM AND WRITTEN QUESTION!
Created for any exam board, testing a variety of topics at the Key Stage 2 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, with a description of the question and a diagram that symbolises it.
With questions asking you to…
Calculate the area of the Arctic ice
Find the range of polar bears
Convert the units of the sea level
Round the temperature to a whole number
Solve the equation to find the amount of CO2
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions are provided as PNG image files.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Climate change is a major issue that can be even discussed through maths.

Individual images of five symbols of Halloween each with a question to challenge your students on various topics!
Explore the Halloween celebrations with maths questions surrounding 5 symbols of the season.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 HALLOWEEN MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving various topics at the Key Stage 3 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Find the scale factor of vampire transformations
Find the mean average of ghost scares
Find the time spent by a witch on her broomstick
Find the area taken up in a graveyard
Simplify the algebra of a skeleton and zombie party
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore Halloween and its traditions with maths!

Bundle

Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with 15 maths activities with answers surrounding royalty all at a Key Stage 2 level. Including questions on percentages, square and cube numbers, and pie charts.

Individual images of five different members of a royal court each with a question to challenge your students on pie charts!
Explore the monarchy with maths questions surrounding the king and queen’s royal court.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 ROYAL COURT MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving pie charts at the Key Stage 2 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With true or false questions questions asking you to…
Find who spends the most time in court
Find who spends the second least time in court
Find the combined fraction of the knight, jester and queen’s time
Find the number of days spent by the knight
Find the percentage of days spent by the knight
All by using and reading pie charts
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore monarchies, kingdoms and a royal court with maths!

Explore the world through maths using these fun activities that explore the maths of famous landmarks every student wants to visit.
Work out the surface area of Rome’s Colosseum, calculate the volume of London’s Big Ben, explore gravity and mechanics with the world’s tallest waterfall (Angel Falls), work out the circumference of the Sydney Opera House and integrate San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.

Individual images of five different events occurring in November each with a question to challenge your students on pie charts!
Explore the Anti-bullying Week, World Kindness Day, Road Safety Week, Remembrance Day and Children in Need with maths questions surrounding those events.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 NOVEMBER EVENT MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving various topics at the Key Stage 2 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With true or false questions questions asking you to…
Find the next values in the sequence of acts of kindness
Find the common factor of the traffic light timing
Find the area of the poppy field
Find the probability of Pudsey’s favourite colour
Find the symmetry of a star
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore the important days in November with maths!

An explanation sheet, worksheet and answers to help your students learn and solidify their knowledge on the equation of a straight line!
Do your students just need a clear explanation they can look back on and go through in their own time or before the lesson even for flipped learning? An easy introduction into the next topic can keep those higher achieving students focused while the rest of the class continues to consolidate their learning.
These all inclusive yet simplistic topic packs can do just that.
EXPLANATION OF THE EQUATION OF A STRAIGHT LINE WITH EXAMPLES AND 25 QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS!
Created for any exam board, explaining the idea of the equation of a straight line to any one who wants to learn.
Buy this topic pack now to give your students the solid foundation they need for their future in Maths!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
One page going over the process of defining and plotting the equation of a straight line into them, with examples and extensions to show the method in action. Colours are used in th explanation to increase the clarity, give reminders and split up the working, but it is also possible to use it in black and white.
A worksheet containing 25 questions in total, including:
Drawing graphs from equations (10 questions)
Finding the gradient and intercept of a line (3 questions)
Finding the line that connects two points (6 questions)
Giving the equation of a parallel line (3 questions)
Giving the equation of a perpendicular line (3 questions)
With advanced questions that can be used to extend the more comfortable students.
An answer sheet which shows each question and the corresponding answer.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Print the sheets, share over the school’s online system or even show up on the board and go through as a class.
All resources are provided as PDFs.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the pack you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use to teach the equation of a straight line for the first time as a whole lesson
Set as homework to follow up on your teaching
Set as homework before the taught lesson to experience flipped learning
Give to higher ability students to introduce a new topic before the rest of the class OR to lower ability students who need more questions and examples
Use as a different explanation for students who are struggling to understand and need another point of view
Use as a revision pack before exams
Once you have the whole pack you can use it however you want, either all at once or use the questions and explanation separately.
This resource explains a topic that every student needs to master so can utilised whenever and however to enhance your teaching and provide more resources to your students.
Give your students the opportunity to achieve their Maths dreams and learn at their own pace.

Individual images of five sports each with a question to challenge your students on the volume of 3D shapes that are used as apparatus in the sport!
Explore everyday life with maths questions surrounding 5 fun sports played by everyone.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Want to talk about your favourite sport? Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 SPORT THEMED MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving volumes at the Key Stage 4 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Work out the volume of a cone
Work out the volume of a cuboid
Work out the volume of a sphere
Work out the volume of a cylinder
Work out the volume of a triangular prism
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore sports with maths!

Workbook covering the entirety of KS2 Maths, including 18 topics and 20 pages of questions to complete!
Have you ever wanted to manage your own carnival or theme park? From the roller coaster to the food stall, use to maths to plan out and run the carnival. Even design the layout of the carnival on your map.
Explore the inner workings of a carnival/theme park with maths as your tool.
Do you want to challenge your students with project based learning?
Inspire your students to apply maths to a bigger scenario while practicing every skill required for their Key Stage 2 education.
18 KS2 MATHS TOPICS IN ONE ALL INCLUSIVE WORKBOOK WITH ANSWERS!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving areas at the Key Stage 2 level.
Buy this workbook now to encourage your students to explore maths through projects and life experiences!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
A workbook with 20 pages each covering a different KS2 maths topic and centered around a different part of the carnival. The workbook is provided in colour as well as in black and white, with the answers provided.
Topics including…
Numbers, Rounding and Estimating
Adding and Subtracting
Multiplying and Dividing
Problem Solving
Algebra
Fractions
Percentages
Ratios
Measurements
Time
2D Shapes, Nets, Symmetry and Transformations
Lines and Angles
Displaying Data
Probability
Money
Mean, Median, Mode and Range
Area and Volume
Coordinates
Each workbook is accompanied by a similar workbook that includes the questions and answers in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Print the full workbook for your students to work through, or print it one topic at a time. Even show the workbook on the board at the front of the classroom to work through as a class or share over the school’s online system.
The workbook and answers are provided as PDF files.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the workbook you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Set the workbook as individual work in class, at home or throughout the year
Use as a starter or closer to get your students focused and thinking about each topic
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the questions and work together to build a carnival
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based activity
You can even cut out and stick the carnival stalls in place on the map provided or on your own paper. Use this as an opportunity to let your students creativity go wild and celebrate them completing a topic in KS2.
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to create their own carnival, there are endless possibilities for this workbook of questions. Explore with maths!

Individual images of five bees each with a question to challenge your students on factors and multiples!
Bees are a vital part of the Earth and the environment we survive in. Whether it is for Earth Day or an average school day explore the magic of bees with maths questions surrounding pollination.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 BEE QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving factors and multiples at the Key Stage 3 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Find the common factors of three bees’ number of pollinated flowers
Find the highest common factor (HCF) of two bees’ number of pollinated flowers
Find the highest common factor (HCF) of three bees’ number of pollinated flowers
Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of two bees’ number of pollinated flowers
Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of three bees’ number of pollinated flowers
All using factors and multiples
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore Earth and its smallest creatures with maths!

Individual images of five symbols of Guy Fawkes Night each with a question to challenge your students on various topics!
Explore the fun of fireworks with maths questions surrounding the Gunpowder Plot.
Do you want a fun maths activity to challenge your students and get them thinking before you start teaching and get on the usual stuff?
Use these maths questions to do just that and take your maths lessons outside of the classroom.
5 BONFIRE NIGHT MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER!
Created for any exam board, testing maths involving various topics at the Key Stage 2 level.
Buy this activity pack now to show your students how maths can be applied to any situation!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
5 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available.
With questions asking you to…
Work out the percentage of the bonfire burned
Use prime numbers to help catch the conspirators of the Gunpowder Plot
Add fractions to make new fireworks
Plot the coordinates drawn in the sky by a sparkler
Multiply and round the mass of gunpowder Guy Fawkes was guarding
Each question image comes with a similar image that includes the question and the answer in red.
WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED?
Show the question on the board at the front of the classroom, print the desired question or share over the school’s online system.
All questions and answers are provided as PNG image files in the same format.
HOW CAN THEY BE USED?
Once you have downloaded the activity set you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as…
Use as a starter to get your students focused and thinking
Group up students and have them discuss the best way to answer the question
Use as extra work for higher ability students
Use as a fun maths based quiz
Work as a team, mark each other’s work or challenge your students to compete in a quiz, there are endless possibilities for this set of questions. Explore Bonfire Night with maths!