Average Rating4.48
(based on 994 reviews)

804k+Views

#### Perimeters of compound shapes with missing lengths

(23)
Various shapes (all but one rectilinear). All have missing lengths which need to be found. Two are in mixed units. Answers given in text box. (Delete before printing!)

#### Reflection and rotation symmetry

(11)
9 examples of each to show on whiteboard. Pupils write down (on personal whiteboard?) how many lines of symmetry/order of rotational symmetry. Then reveal answer on IWB. Rotations are 'animated'. Revision/plenary exercise?

#### Make 2-D shapes from missing coordinates

(71)
Find the coordinates that creates the required shape - some of the problems have more than one answer. Others (assuming you use integer values and stay on the grid) do not. Various triangles, square, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium. Final page to identify given shapes - named, congruent, enlargement.

#### Increase by 20% VAT QQT cards

(2)
16 percentage increase problems based on 20% VAT. Originally designed as Quiz-quiz-trade cards. QQT - Everyone has a card. Form pairs. Person A asks Person B what the price of an item is after VAT increase. If Person B unsure, then Person A uses the coaching hints to help guide Person to the correct answer. The Person B repeats process on Person A. (The Quiz-Quiz part.) Now the pair exchange cards and go off to find new victims ;) (The Trade part). [25/1/16. Grammar corrected!]

#### Multiplying and dividing by powers of ten

(4)
Two main slides showing visually place value adjustment when multiplying/dividing by 10, 100, 1000. Plus puzzle starter. You may just want to use the two main slides in a PowerPoint of your own!

#### Mixed questions on area of basic shapes

(11)
Areas of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms and trapezia. Fairly straight-forward questions on area (or using area to find missing sides). Multichoice - so can be used with flash cards.

#### Fractions - dividing explained

(8)
Dividing fraction by whole number and vice versa; divide v=fraction by fraction. Slide towards end to discuss results so far to try to elicit &quot;invert and multiply&quot; rule. Two examples with diagrams for each.

#### Types of data - discrete vs continuous

(61)
Qualitative vs quantitative, discrete vs continuous. 1. Cards to sort into two groups - may think of any way to split. 2. Flipchart to structure lesson with links to short videos etc. 3. PowerPoint quiz - identify whether discrete or continuous.