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Climate Change KS2 Maths Activities
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Climate Change KS2 Maths Activities

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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.
GCSE Physics: The Solar System Lesson Powerpoint
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GCSE Physics: The Solar System Lesson Powerpoint

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Full Powerpoint presentation covering the GCSE Physics topic of the solar system! Explore the physics of space with this full lesson on our solar system and its aspects. Do you want a concise and picture filled presentation to teach your students about physics? Use this presentation to do just that and take your physics lessons outside of the classroom to space. 14 SLIDE POWERPOINT WITH LESSON OBJECTIVES AT THE BEGINNING AND COLOURFUL IMAGES ON EVERY SLIDE! Created for the AQA GCSE specification, but the concepts are suitable for any exam board involving physics at the Key Stage 4 (KS4)/High School level. Buy this lesson pack now to show your students the fun of physics! WHAT IS INCLUDED? 14 pages of content following the AQA GCSE syllabus of The solar system in single science physics. Covering the topics of… The structure of the solar system The Sun Moons Planets Dwarf planets Asteroids Comets The formation of the Sun Nuclear fusion Each slide has simple editable text and at least one image to visually explain the topic written about. WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED? Show the Powerpoint on the board at the front of the classroom, print the slides or share over the school’s online system. The lesson is provided as a single Powerpoint file that can be adapted by yourself to your needs. HOW CAN THEY BE USED? Once you have downloaded the lesson slides you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as… Use it for a complete lesson Group up students and have them discuss a topic each before presenting to the class Use the slides as a basis for students to complete further reading and fill in any gaps in their interests Use as extra work for higher ability students or as a revision resource Use as a recap at the end of the year, or in the lesson after teaching the topic Enjoy the topic and explore the physics behind it as a class or individually, there are endless possibilities for this set of slides. Explore our solar system with physics! Other Space Physics resources: GCSE Physics: Orbital Motion Lesson Powerpoint GCSE Physics: The Life Cycle of a Star Lesson Powerpoint
Factors and Multiples KS3 Maths Activities - Bees
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Factors and Multiples KS3 Maths Activities - Bees

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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!
GCSE Physics: Resistors Lesson Powerpoint
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GCSE Physics: Resistors Lesson Powerpoint

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Full Powerpoint presentation covering the GCSE Physics topic of resistors! Explore the physics of electricity with this full lesson. Do you want a concise and picture filled presentation to teach your students about physics? Use this presentation to do just that and take your physics lessons outside of the classroom to circuits. 8 SLIDE POWERPOINT WITH LESSON OBJECTIVES AT THE BEGINNING AND COLOURFUL IMAGES OR EQUATIONS ON EVERY SLIDE! Created for the AQA GCSE specification, but the concepts are suitable for any exam board involving physics at the Key Stage 4 (KS4)/High School level. Buy this lesson pack now to show your students the fun of physics! WHAT IS INCLUDED? 8 pages of content following the AQA GCSE syllabus of Resistors in single science physics. Covering the topics of… Fixed and variable resistors Ohmic and non-ohmic conductors Filament lamps Diodes Thermistors Light Dependent Resistors (LDRs) Each slide has simple editable text and at least one image or equation to visually explain the topic written about. WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED? Show the Powerpoint on the board at the front of the classroom, print the slides or share over the school’s online system. The lesson is provided as a single Powerpoint file that can be adapted by yourself to your needs. HOW CAN THEY BE USED? Once you have downloaded the lesson slides you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as… Use it for a complete lesson Group up students and have them discuss a topic each before presenting to the class Use the slides as a basis for students to complete further reading and fill in any gaps in their interests Use as extra work for higher ability students or as a revision resource Use as a recap at the end of the year, or in the lesson after teaching the topic Enjoy the topic and explore the physics behind it as a class or individually, there are endless possibilities for this set of slides. Explore electricity and circuits with physics!
GCSE Physics: Mains Electricity Lesson Powerpoint
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GCSE Physics: Mains Electricity Lesson Powerpoint

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Full Powerpoint presentation covering the GCSE Physics topic of mains electricity! Explore the physics of electricity with this full lesson. Do you want a concise and picture filled presentation to teach your students about physics? Use this presentation to do just that and take your physics lessons outside of the classroom to circuits. 10 SLIDE POWERPOINT WITH LESSON OBJECTIVES AT THE BEGINNING AND IMAGES OR EQUATIONS ON EVERY SLIDE! Created for the AQA GCSE specification, but the concepts are suitable for any exam board involving physics at the Key Stage 4 (KS4)/High School level. Buy this lesson pack now to show your students the fun of physics! WHAT IS INCLUDED? 10 pages of content following the AQA GCSE syllabus of Mains Electricity in single science physics. Covering the topics of… Direct current Alternating current Mains electricity supply Household electricity Wires in a plug Features of a plug Earthing Each slide has simple editable text and at least one image or equation to visually explain the topic written about. WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED? Show the Powerpoint on the board at the front of the classroom, print the slides or share over the school’s online system. The lesson is provided as a single Powerpoint file that can be adapted by yourself to your needs. HOW CAN THEY BE USED? Once you have downloaded the lesson slides you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as… Use it for a complete lesson Group up students and have them discuss a topic each before presenting to the class Use the slides as a basis for students to complete further reading and fill in any gaps in their interests Use as extra work for higher ability students or as a revision resource Use as a recap at the end of the year, or in the lesson after teaching the topic Enjoy the topic and explore the physics behind it as a class or individually, there are endless possibilities for this set of slides. Explore electricity with physics!
Solving Equations KS2 Maths Activities - Ghosts
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Solving Equations KS2 Maths Activities - Ghosts

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Individual images of five ghosts each with a question to challenge your students on solving equations to find one unknown! Explore the magic of maths with questions surrounding ghosts and the haunted house they call home. 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 GHOST MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER! Created for any exam board, testing maths involving solving equations 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 five questions asking you to find out the number of ghosts haunting a haunted house by solving one equations to find one unknown. 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 ghosts, fantasy, hauntings and the world of the dead with maths!
November Events KS4 Maths Activities - Remembrance, Anti-bullying, Road Safety
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November Events KS4 Maths Activities - Remembrance, Anti-bullying, Road Safety

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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 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 true or false questions questions asking you to… Find the term rule of the sequence of acts of kindness Find the highest common factor (HCF) of the traffic light timing Find the area and number of poppies in field Find the probability of Pudsey’s two favourite colours Reflect the star in a line on a coordinate grid 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!
GCSE Physics: The Life Cycle of a Star Lesson Powerpoint
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GCSE Physics: The Life Cycle of a Star Lesson Powerpoint

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Full Powerpoint presentation covering the GCSE Physics topic of the life cycle of a star! Explore the physics of space with this full lesson on a star’s life depending on its size. Do you want a concise and picture filled presentation to teach your students about physics? Use this presentation to do just that and take your physics lessons outside of the classroom to space. 15 SLIDE POWERPOINT WITH LESSON OBJECTIVES AT THE BEGINNING AND COLOURFUL IMAGES ON EVERY SLIDE! Created for the AQA GCSE specification, but the concepts are suitable for any exam board involving physics at the Key Stage 4 (KS4)/High School level. Buy this lesson pack now to show your students the fun of physics! WHAT IS INCLUDED? 15 pages of content following the AQA GCSE syllabus of The Life Cycle of a Star in single science physics. Covering the topics of… The life cycle dependent on size Nebula Protostar Main sequence star Red giant Whte dwarf Supernova Fusion reactions Each slide has simple editable text and at least one image to visually explain the topic written about. WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED? Show the Powerpoint on the board at the front of the classroom, print the slides or share over the school’s online system. The lesson is provided as a single Powerpoint file that can be adapted by yourself to your needs. HOW CAN THEY BE USED? Once you have downloaded the lesson slides you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as… Use it for a complete lesson Group up students and have them discuss a topic each before presenting to the class Use the slides as a basis for students to complete further reading and fill in any gaps in their interests Use as extra work for higher ability students or as a revision resource Use as a recap at the end of the year, or in the lesson after teaching the topic Enjoy the topic and explore the physics behind it as a class or individually, there are endless possibilities for this set of slides. Explore the stars and beyond with physics! Other Space Physics resources: GCSE Physics: Orbital Motion Lesson Powerpoint GCSE Physics: The Solar System Lesson Powerpoint
GCSE Physics: Series and Parallel Circuits Lesson Powerpoint
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GCSE Physics: Series and Parallel Circuits Lesson Powerpoint

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Full Powerpoint presentation covering the GCSE Physics topic of series and parallel circuits! Explore the physics of electricity with this full lesson. Do you want a concise and picture filled presentation to teach your students about physics? Use this presentation to do just that and take your physics lessons outside of the classroom to circuits. 11 SLIDE POWERPOINT WITH LESSON OBJECTIVES AT THE BEGINNING AND IMAGES OR EQUATIONS ON EVERY SLIDE! Created for the AQA GCSE specification, but the concepts are suitable for any exam board involving physics at the Key Stage 4 (KS4)/High School level. Buy this lesson pack now to show your students the fun of physics! WHAT IS INCLUDED? 11 pages of content following the AQA GCSE syllabus of Series and Parallel Circuits in single science physics. Covering the topics of… Series circuits Current in series Potential difference in series Resistance in series Parallel circuits Current in parallel Potential difference in parallel Resistance in parallel Each slide has simple editable text and at least one image or equation to visually explain the topic written about. WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED? Show the Powerpoint on the board at the front of the classroom, print the slides or share over the school’s online system. The lesson is provided as a single Powerpoint file that can be adapted by yourself to your needs. HOW CAN THEY BE USED? Once you have downloaded the lesson slides you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as… Use it for a complete lesson Group up students and have them discuss a topic each before presenting to the class Use the slides as a basis for students to complete further reading and fill in any gaps in their interests Use as extra work for higher ability students or as a revision resource Use as a recap at the end of the year, or in the lesson after teaching the topic Enjoy the topic and explore the physics behind it as a class or individually, there are endless possibilities for this set of slides. Explore electricity and circuits with physics!
GCSE Physics: Static Electricity Lesson Powerpoint
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GCSE Physics: Static Electricity Lesson Powerpoint

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Full Powerpoint presentation covering the GCSE Physics topic of static electricity! Explore the physics of static electricity with this full lesson. Do you want a concise and picture filled presentation to teach your students about physics? Use this presentation to do just that and take your physics lessons outside of the classroom to circuits. 11 SLIDE POWERPOINT WITH LESSON OBJECTIVES AT THE BEGINNING AND IMAGES OR EQUATIONS ON EVERY SLIDE! Created for the AQA GCSE specification, but the concepts are suitable for any exam board involving physics at the Key Stage 4 (KS4)/High School level. Buy this lesson pack now to show your students the fun of physics! WHAT IS INCLUDED? 11 pages of content following the AQA GCSE syllabus of Static Electricity in single science physics. Covering the topics of… Electrical charges Charged atoms Static electricity Charging by friction Example of a polythene rod and duster Electric fields Uniform fields Creating sparks Each slide has simple editable text and at least one image or equation to visually explain the topic written about. WHAT PREPARATION IS REQUIRED? Show the Powerpoint on the board at the front of the classroom, print the slides or share over the school’s online system. The lesson is provided as a single Powerpoint file that can be adapted by yourself to your needs. HOW CAN THEY BE USED? Once you have downloaded the lesson slides you can use it time and time again in varying scenarios such as… Use it for a complete lesson Group up students and have them discuss a topic each before presenting to the class Use the slides as a basis for students to complete further reading and fill in any gaps in their interests Use as extra work for higher ability students or as a revision resource Use as a recap at the end of the year, or in the lesson after teaching the topic Enjoy the topic and explore the physics behind it as a class or individually, there are endless possibilities for this set of slides. Explore electricity with physics!
November Events KS3 Maths Activities - Remembrance, Anti-bullying, Road Safety
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November Events KS3 Maths Activities - Remembrance, Anti-bullying, Road Safety

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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!
Factorising Explanation Sheet, Worksheet and Answers
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Factorising Explanation Sheet, Worksheet and Answers

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An explanation sheet, worksheet and answers to help your students learn and solidify their knowledge on factorisation! 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 FACTORISATION WITH EXAMPLES AND 38 QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS! Created for any exam board, explaining the idea of factorisation 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? Three pages going over the process of expanding brackets and factorising into them, with examples and extensions to show the method in action. Colours are used in the 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 8 questions on expanding brackets and 30 on factorising, with 5 of those being advanced, so 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 factorisation 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. Other resource packs of the same format can be found here… Equation of a Straight Line Explanation Sheet, Worksheet and Answers Solving of Simultaneous Equations Explanation Sheet, Worksheet and Answers
St Patrick's Day KS2 Maths Activities - Missing Number Algebra
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St Patrick's Day KS2 Maths Activities - Missing Number Algebra

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Individual images of five symbols of Ireland each with a question to challenge your students about solving equations to find the missing number and enjoy the celebration of St Patrick’s Day! Explore the Irish holiday with maths questions surrounding 5 symbols of Ireland. 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 ST PATRICK’S DAY MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER! Created for any exam board, testing maths involving solving equations 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 number of shamrocks in the grass Find the number the leprechauns at the party Find the number of Irish flags someone has Find the number of harps someone owns Find the number of pots of gold at the end of the rainbow All by solving equations to find the missing number 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 St Patrick’s Day festivities with maths!
Easter KS3 Maths Activities - Coordinates
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Easter KS3 Maths Activities - Coordinates

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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!
Flowers KS3 Maths Activities - Representing Data
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Flowers KS3 Maths Activities - Representing Data

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Individual images of five different flowers with a question to challenge your students on representing data and enjoy giving flowers with maths! Whether its for a mother figure in your life on Mother’s Day or a surprise gift to make someone’s day, giving flowers is a great gift and an even better maths question to attempt. 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 FLOWER THEMED MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER! Created for any exam board, testing maths involving representing data 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… Calculate the fraction of tulips sold Calculate the total number of flowers sold Find out how many roses and tulips were sold Find which day had the highest sales Draw a line of best fit Using pictograms, bar charts, scatter diagrams, line graphs and 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 flowers and Mother’s Day with maths!
Flowers KS2 Maths Activities - Tables, Graphs and Charts
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Flowers KS2 Maths Activities - Tables, Graphs and Charts

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Individual images of five different flowers with a question to challenge your students on representing data and enjoy giving flowers with maths! Whether its for a mother figure in your life on Mother’s Day or a surprise gift to make someone’s day, giving flowers is a great gift and an even better theme for maths questions. 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 FLOWER THEMED MATHS QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER! Created for any exam board, testing maths involving representing data 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 type of flowers sold most Find the type of flowers sold least Find out how many daffodils were sold Find which day had the lowest sales Find the number of daisies sold compared to the number of tulips Using pictograms, bar charts, line graphs and 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 flowers and Mother’s Day with maths!
Pie Charts KS2 Maths Activities - Royal Court
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Pie Charts KS2 Maths Activities - Royal Court

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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!
Angle Sum KS2 Maths Activities - Rainbow
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Angle Sum KS2 Maths Activities - Rainbow

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Individual images of the seven colours in a rainbow each with a question to challenge your students on the sum of angles! Rainbows are a magical part of the weather and a symbol of colour and happiness. Whether it is for Pride Month or an average school day explore the magic of rainbows with maths questions. 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. 7 RAINBOW QUESTIONS, EACH WITH AN IMAGE, WRITTEN QUESTION AND ANSWER! Created for any exam board, testing maths involving angles 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? 7 questions each with an image, a description of the question and an answer available. With questions asking you to… Find red angle to complete the rainbow’s arch Find orange angle to complete the rainbow’s arch Find yellow angle to complete the rainbow’s arch Find green angle to complete the rainbow’s arch Find blue angle to complete the rainbow’s arch Find indigo angle to complete the rainbow’s arch Find violet angle to complete the rainbow’s arch All using the sum of angles on a straight line 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 rainbows and our colourful world with maths!
Pie Charts KS3 Maths Activities - Royal Court
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Pie Charts KS3 Maths Activities - Royal Court

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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 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 who spends the most time in court Find the fraction of days spent by a knight Find the number of days spent by a queen Find the number of days spent by a minstrel Find the total number of days spent by everyone 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!
Halloween KS2 Maths Activities
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Halloween KS2 Maths Activities

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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 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… Use the size of a bat and the scale factor to find the size of a vampire Find the mean average of ghost scares Find the time spent by a witch on her broomstick Find out the number of gravestones in the graveyard Find the number of skeletons and zombies at a party using algebra 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!