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#### Inverse Proportion

A lesson covering the methods to discover equations linking 2 variables in inverse proportion (including square, cube and root).
Included are - starter activity, worked examples for pupils, worksheet, worksheet answers, homework task and review which links to physics.

#### Direct Proportion

A lesson covering the methods to discover equations linking 2 variables in direct proportion (including square, cube and root).
Included are - starter activity, worked examples for pupils, worksheet, worksheet answers, homework task and review which extends to inverse proportion.
Note - the homework task is a bit of a trick question for those pupils who research the building's actual height.
Updated 2nd March

#### Parallel and Perpendicular Graph Equations

Finding the equations of parallel and perpendicular graphs passing though given points.
Includes:- Starter, examples for pupils, differentiated worksheet, worksheet answers, homework task and extension plenary.

#### Calculating Angles 1 - About a point and on a line

Calculating angles around a point and on a line. Includes some vertically opposite angles and forming equations.
Includes:- Starter, probing questions, examples for pupils, differentiated worksheet, worksheet answers, homework task and extension plenary.

#### Circle Equations

A lesson on the equation of a circle centred at (0,0).
From initial discovery to solving, graphically, simultaneous equations with a circle and a straight line.
Included are:
Starter - Tacking misconceptions around substitution with negatives and squared terms
Exploration - testing out coordinates and discovering the link with Pythagoras' Theorem
Examples - models for pupils from basic drawing to finding solutions to simultaneous equations
Worksheet - solutions provided with problem solving elements and key intervention points addressed
Extension plenary/ summary - links to inequality regions, area and solution in terms of pi
Homework - pupils to master understanding by demonstrating a "no solutions case"

#### Calculating Angles 2 - Triangles

Lesson covering angles in a triangle, special types of triangle and forming equations to solve problem.
Included: Lesson presentation with link to last lesson, starter, examples for pupils, differentiated worksheets, worksheet answers, home thinking task and plenary extension.

#### Easter Egg Maths (From Primary to Higher GCSE!)

The ideal Easter mathematics resource for pupils in Primary, Key Stage 3 and studying for Foundation or Higher GCSE. One printable resource can be used with any of the ten differentiated worksheets allowing you to use it with every one of your classes or set different topics within the same lesson.
Choose from:
1) Measuring length
2) Time calculations
3) Continuing sequences
4) Area and perimeter of rectangle, triangles, parallelograms and trapezia (including reverse problems)
5) Order of operations (BIDMAS)
6) Percentages of amounts
7) Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple
8) Solving linear equations
9) Area and perimeter of Circles and Sectors (including reverse problems)
10) Quadratic equations – solving by factorisation and completing the square
Pupils use their answers to hunt for numbered eggs which, in turn, reveal letters that form a final phrase once they've rearranged it to crack the code.

#### Equivalent Fractions - Differentiated Mastery Worksheets

This pack tackles equivalent fractions and their uses; with hints, tips and scaffolds provided.
Pupils improve fluency using practice questions which rely on good knowledge of common multiples.
Understanding is deepened through justification, application and problem solving sections allowing them to master this topic.
This is a differentiated set of 3 worksheets using a RAG system where no support is given for green with increasing hints and scaffolds for amber and red versions.

#### Order of Operations (BIDMAS) Differentiated Mastery Worksheets

This pack tackles the order of operations (BIDMAS) with hints, tips and scaffolds provided.
Pupils improve fluency using practice questions which rely on good knowledge of the order of operations.
Understanding is deepened through justification, application and problem solving sections allowing them to master this topic.
This is a differentiated set of 3 worksheets using a RAG system where no support is given for green with increasing hints and scaffolds for amber and red versions.

#### Inequality Graphs 1

Shading the regions described by linear inequalities. Horizontal and vertical lines, diagonal and enclosed regions of 3 or 4 boundaries
Includes:- Starter, examples for pupils, differentiated worksheet, worksheet answers, homework task and extension plenary.

#### Sharing in a Ratio - Bar Model

Using bar models to solve ratio problems taken from GCSE papers.
Questions are provided in 3 versions
1) With bars pre-drawn for students
2) The questions on their own with no scaffold
3) Answers with demonstration of how to use the bars

#### Ordering Decimals - Differentiated Mastery Worksheets

A pack of differentiated worksheets tackling ordering decimals.
Pupils improve fluency using practice questions which rely on good knowledge of place value.
Understanding is deepened through justification, application and problem solving sections allowing them to master this topic.
This is a RAG pack where no support is given for green with increasing hints and scaffolds for amber and red versions.

#### Easter Maths Activities For All ages (PLUS 2 Bundled resources - Willy Wonka and Pi investigations)

The ideal Easter mathematics resource for pupils in Primary, Key Stage 3 and studying for Foundation or Higher GCSE. One printable resource can be used with any of the ten differentiated worksheets allowing you to use it with every one of your classes or set different topics within the same lesson. PLUS BUNDLED WILLY WONKA MATHS AND PI ACTIVITIES!
Choose from:
1) Measuring length
2) Time calculations
3) Continuing sequences
4) Area and perimeter of rectangle, triangles, parallelograms and trapezia (including reverse problems)
5) Order of operations (BIDMAS)
6) Percentages of amounts
7) Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple
8) Solving linear equations
9) Area and perimeter of Circles and Sectors (including reverse problems)
10) Quadratic equations – solving by factorisation and completing the square
Pupils use their answers to hunt for numbered eggs which, in turn, reveal letters that form a final phrase once they’ve rearranged it to crack the code.

#### Percentages of Amounts - Differentiated Mastery Worksheets

This pack tackles non-calculator percentages of amounts; with hints, tips and scaffolds provided.
Pupils improve fluency using practice questions which rely on competent techniques for finding 50%, 10% and 1%.
Understanding is deepened through justification, application and problem solving sections allowing them to master this topic.
This is a differentiated set of 3 worksheets using a RAG system where no support is given for green with increasing hints and scaffolds for amber and red versions.

#### Multiplying Decimals - Differentiated Mastery Worksheets

This pack tackles multiplication of decimals; with hints, tips and scaffolds provided.
Pupils improve fluency using practice questions which rely on competent long division of 2 and 3 digit numbers.
Understanding is deepened through justification, application and problem solving sections allowing them to master this topic.
This is a differentiated set of 3 worksheets using a RAG system where no support is given for green with increasing hints and scaffolds for amber and red versions.

#### Pi Day Activities Session

Take a mathematical problem solving journey (with a creative twist) through the stone, bronze and iron ages, through ancient Greece and China right up to the computer age in our quest to understand pi.
There is a presentation taking the pupils through the history of pi and introducing the tasks with video, animation and demonstrations.
6 Activities are included with the session which can last from an hour to a full afternoon and are designed to be accessed by mixed ability key stage 3 groups.
Pupils will use skills such as representing and discussing statistics, written calculation methods, problem solving, creativity and memorisation techniques. There are some dingbats to finish up. Enjoy!

#### Error Intervals - Differentiated Mastery Worksheets

This pack tackles error intervals for rounding (INCLUDING TRUNCATION) with hints, tips and scaffolds provided.
Pupils improve fluency using practice questions which rely on competent rounding to decimal places and significant figures.
Understanding is deepened through justification, application and problem solving sections allowing them to master this topic.
This is a differentiated set of 3 worksheets using a RAG system where no support is given for green with increasing hints and scaffolds for amber and red versions.

#### Inequality Graphs 2 - Describing Regions

Describing the regions described by linear inequalities. Horizontal and vertical lines, diagonal and enclosed regions of 3 or 4 boundaries
Includes:- Starter, examples for pupils, differentiated worksheet, worksheet answers, homework task and extension plenary.

#### 2D Shapes Naming Tarsia Puzzle

Match pictures to 2-d shapes in a parallelogram tarsia puzzle.
Includes types of triangle, regular and irregular shapes
Triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, heptagons, octagons etc

#### Powers and Roots - Differentiated Mastery Worksheets

This pack tackles powers and roots with hints, tips and scaffolds provided.
Pupils improve fluency using practice questions which rely on good knowledge of square and cube numbers.
Understanding is deepened through justification, application and problem solving sections allowing them to master this topic.
This is a differentiated set of 3 worksheets using a RAG system where no support is given for green with increasing hints and scaffolds for amber and red versions.