I'm a Teacher of Maths and have spent ages preparing resources for my classes which suit my needs. Hopefully, what I have for sale is exactly what you need to be able to hand straight out to your class and let them get on with it. With marking in mind, all of my packages include a slide with the answers on it so your students can self / peer assess their work before leaving the lesson.

I'm a Teacher of Maths and have spent ages preparing resources for my classes which suit my needs. Hopefully, what I have for sale is exactly what you need to be able to hand straight out to your class and let them get on with it. With marking in mind, all of my packages include a slide with the answers on it so your students can self / peer assess their work before leaving the lesson.

This pack consists of a double sided A4 worksheet with 12 negative enlargement questions on a graph axis for students to practice just like in some exam questions. There is also an accompanying PowerPoint which has all the negative enlargement questions on it, two per slide, followed by the answers which will allow your students to peer / self assess. The images on the PowerPoint can be copied into the various different interactive whiteboard packages if required.
Resources like this take ages to prepare. Using this will save a lot of prep time!

This is a bundle of three of my sets of worksheets. All include PowerPoints which include answers so that pupils can peer / self assess their answers. Each of these packs bought separately is £2 (minimum price allowed). Buy all three together and save.

This is a worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint Slides which include the questions and the answers. The task is for the pupil to describe the transformation (in this case rotation). The pupil needs to identify the centre of rotation, the amount and direction of rotation.
These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a G.C.S.E. paper.
The worksheet is two sides of A4 and contains 12 questions.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet followed by the answers to the questions on the worksheet. Two questions per page including the answers so students can self or peer assess. The images from the PowerPoint slides can be copied and pasted into most of the various interactive whiteboard files for use in a different presentation media.

This is a worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint which include the questions and the answers. The task is for the pupil to describe the transformation (in this case enlargement). The pupil needs to identify the centre of enlargement and the scale factor.
These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a G.C.S.E. paper.
The worksheet is two sides of A4 and contains 12 questions.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet followed by the answers to the questions on the worksheet. Two questions per page including the answers so students can self or peer assess. The images from the PowerPoint slides can be copied and pasted into most of the various interactive whiteboard files for use in a different presentation media.

12 question worksheet which covers finding the length of a side of a right angled triangle on a graph. The questions then move on to asking for the distance between two points on a graph before finally a couple of questions asking for the distance between two coordinates on a graph. There is room on the worksheet for the students to plot the points on a graph and draw the right angled triangle if they need to.
There is a PowerPoint presentation included which has all the questions on it as well as an answer slide to facilitate self / peer assessment.

This is a worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint include the questions and the answers. The task is for the pupil to enlarge the shapes by the given scale factor. The questions are all of the type “enlarge A by scale factor “x” about the point (x,y)”.
These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a G.C.S.E. paper.
The worksheet is two sides of A4 and contains 12 questions.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet followed by the answers to the questions on the worksheet. Two questions per slide including the answers so students can self or peer assess. The images from the PowerPoint slides can be copied and pasted into most of the various interactive whiteboard files for use in a different presentation media.

This is a worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint include the questions and the answers. The task is for the pupil to identify the transformation (in this case negative enlargement). The pupil needs to identify the centre of enlargement and the negative scale factor.
These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a G.C.S.E. paper.
The worksheet is two sides of A4 and contains 12 questions.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet followed by the answers to the questions on the worksheet. Two questions per page including the answers so students can self or peer assess. The images from the PowerPoint slides can be copied and pasted into most of the various interactive whiteboard files for use in a different presentation media.

This is a worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint Slides which include the questions and the answers. The task is for the pupil to identify the lines of reflection and name them using the appropriate name, e.g. reflection through the line x+-4.
These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a G.C.S.E. paper.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet. Two questions per page including the answers so students can self or peer assess. The images from the PowerPoint slides can be copied and pasted into most of the various interactive whiteboard files for use in a different presentation media.

A bundle of all my reflections on a an axis. GCSE style questions which require students to either draw the reflection through a line or to identify the line of reflection.
Each worksheet comes with a PowerPoint slide which shows the questions and answers. Ideal for self or peer assessment.

This is a worksheet and answer sheet in which the student can practice drawing reflections through a line which is described in the question on a graph axis. These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a GCSE paper. Example - Reflect the shape through the line y=-2.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet. Two questions per page including the answers so students can self or peer assess.

This is a worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint include the questions and the answers. The task is for the pupil to identify the transformation (in this case translations). The pupil needs to identify the vector of the translation.
These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a G.C.S.E. paper.
The worksheet is two sides of A4 and contains 12 questions.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet followed by the answers to the questions on the worksheet. Two questions per slide including the answers so students can self or peer assess. The images from the PowerPoint slides can be copied and pasted into most of the various interactive whiteboard files for use in a different presentation media.

A worksheet with answer sheet of reflections through a mixture of horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines of reflection. This worksheet works well as either a homework sheet, or a revision sheet alongside my other two similar worksheets which focus just on either horizontal and vertical lines and another which is just reflections through diagonal lines.
The worksheet is in lanscape when printed onto A4 to make it easy to just fold in half and glue into an exercise book.
Also included is a copy of the worksheet on a PowerPoint presentation. This also includes a slide with the answers on it to facilitate peer / self assessment.

A worksheet with answers and an accompanying PowerPoint presentation with the worksheet and the answers to show on the interactive board or screen. An ideal resource for students to use to practice accurately drawing reflections. Can be used with KS2 or KS3 pupils on its own or can be used with KS4 as a revision lead into reflections on a graph axis when teaching transformations.

This is a worksheet and answer sheet in which the student can practice drawing reflections through a line which is described in the question on a graph axis. These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a GCSE paper. Example - Reflect the shape through the line y=-2.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet. Two questions per page including the answers so students can self or peer assess.

This is a worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint which includes both the questions and answers. The task is for the pupil to rotate the shapes by the given amount, in a direction about a centre of rotation. The questions are all of the type “rotate shape A 90o clockwise about the point (2,-3)”.
These are similar to the questions which might be asked on a G.C.S.E. paper.
The worksheet is two sides of A4 and contains 12 questions.
Also included is a PowerPoint with the same questions as on the worksheet followed by the answers to the questions on the worksheet. Two questions per slide including the answers so students can self or peer assess. The images from the PowerPoint slides can be copied and pasted into most of the various interactive whiteboard files for use in a different presentation media.

A worksheet which students can use to draw reflections through diagonal lines. The pack contains the worksheet and an answer sheet as a pdf as well as a PowerPoint slide with the question sheet and the answers. This is a great resource for use in KS2 / KS3 for students to practice drawing reflections through diagonal lines.