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The Chase Quiz Template
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The Chase Quiz Template

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Multiple choice quiz template in the style of The Chase. Completely blank and customisable so can be used across subjects. Slides included with correct answer highlights for option A, B and C, to be used as needed. Chase board also included to be used as desired, depending on how you plan to use the quiz in class. If you like this resource, I’d love if you could leave a review! Thanks :)
Multiple-choice Quiz Template - Kahoot Style
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Multiple-choice Quiz Template - Kahoot Style

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Multiple-choice quiz template, designed to be similar colours/shapes to kahoot, but made to be more easily accessible to a class without the need for Smartphones/iPads etc. 4 slides included, each animated to give a different answer as correct - these can be customised and used in any way needed.
Maths Vocabulary Wall Display Posters
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Maths Vocabulary Wall Display Posters

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Full set of 35 posters featuring Mathematical vocabulary across the KS3 and KS4 Mathematics syllabus. Multi-coloured pastel style - currently set to be printed on A4 but can be blown up to A3 or shrunk to A5 depending on preference.
GCSE Maths Formula Posters
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GCSE Maths Formula Posters

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GCSE Maths Formula Posters for classroom displays. Pastel multi-coloured style, currently set on A4 but can be blown up to A3 or shrunk down to A5 depending on what fits better.
Algebraic Proof - Random Q Generator
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Algebraic Proof - Random Q Generator

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Random Question Generator as a starter/plenary on the topic of Algebraic Proof. Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
Harry Potter Potions Proportions
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Harry Potter Potions Proportions

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**Fonts will adjust once downloaded and do all fit on slides/worksheets ** Harry Potter themed lesson, based around potions and proportional reasoning. Starter: Sorting Hat function machine, testing student multiplication skills and allowing them to begin thinking Mathematically. Main 1: Group activity, based around potion recipes, where students are required to use problem solving skills and proportional reasoning to solve the final 4 questions. Main 2: Differentiated worksheet - scaffolded worksheet includes some slightly less complicated questions, as well as further structure. Non-scaffolded worksheet with more difficult proportion questions. Extension: Extension problem solving cards for HA students who finish quickly. Plenary: Discussion based plenary on potion recipe change. This lesson was used with a high ability Y8 class, but can be adapted for other year groups. Students really enjoyed the lesson and theme - hopefully yours will too!
BREAKOUT - Christmas Maths Escape Room (KS3)
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BREAKOUT - Christmas Maths Escape Room (KS3)

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Resource used with mid ability Y9 class, as final lesson of the term. Christmas themed but can definitely be adapted and colours changed etc to use in class on non-Christmas lessons. Covers problems solving, pictorial algebra, code-breaking and arithmetic. Lesson lasted the complete hour - might be a little shorter if the class is higher ability. Included: - Presentation to display during lesson - Puzzle sheets and numbers - Plan with solutions and team combinations - Team sheets (I laminated and allowed students to write on with whiteboard pens) Rules: - Students split into 4 teams. - 7 'stations' around the classroom (in reality, just printed puzzles either on tables or stuck to walls), I stuck code sheets to walls/windows, but put actual puzzles on tables. - Students are to complete all 7 puzzles - they are given the order in which to complete on their team sheet (if there was another team already on a puzzle, I allowed students to complete another, providing they filled in the correct row on their sheet) - Each puzzle gives a ONE DIGIT ANSWER (stress this to students as prevents common mistakes) - Once students have completed all parts, they will have a 7 digit number. They then must find their 'magic number' hidden somewhere in the classroom (these are attached to bottom of team sheets doc) - Students divide their 7 digit number by their magic number to give their 4 digit combination. For this, I used lock boxes filled with sweets, but this can definitely be adapted to fit other situations. There are also online applications which allow combinations to be entered on the smart board or computer. Extra info: - For the magic numbers, I hid them in specific places, and gave students clues as to where they were hidden (eg. 'superman, batman and the flash are all types of these' and number was hidden in empty heroes box). - I only allowed students to find their magic numbers once I'd checked all of their answers were correct. If this was used with a higher ability set, this may not be necessary but worked well with middle set Y9. - Locations listed can obviously be changed depending on the classroom situation and where it is possible to position things.
Polygon Pile-Up
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Polygon Pile-Up

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Polygon Pile-Up activity - great as an individual piece of work, or as a group activity blown up onto A3. Students to work through using different angle facts to find missing angles.
Changing the Subject Ladder Worksheet
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Changing the Subject Ladder Worksheet

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Ladder style worksheet on Changing the Subject - differentiated by outcome. Students begin at the bottom of the worksheet, and work their way towards the top. Would work well as both a main activity or an extension where students can choose their own starting point. Included: PDF and doc of worksheet to allow for any editing needed.
Angles in Parallel Lines Lesson
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Angles in Parallel Lines Lesson

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Lesson on Angles in Parallel Lines Starter: Multiple choice starter for students to respond on whiteboard Main 1: Relay task to be completed in groups Main 2: Bronze/Silver/Gold worksheets (these contained screen grabs from other material but I cannot remember where so are not included for copyright reasons. These can easily be replaced with similar worksheets). Plenary: Quick-fire review questioning. Included: Full lesson plan, PPT with teaching materials and timers, relay activity sheets.
Dolphin Phonics Sound Cards Phases 2, 3 and 5
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Dolphin Phonics Sound Cards Phases 2, 3 and 5

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EYFS to KS1 Phonics sound cards, covering phases 2, 3 and 5. Can be used as flashcards for testing sounds knowledge, or used as posters around the classroom. Included with download is a completed PDF version ready to print, and a word document so the fonts and image sizes can be edited.
Mathematical Modeling - Random Q Generator
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Mathematical Modeling - Random Q Generator

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Random Question Generator as a starter to a lesson on mathematical modeling. Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
Area of Shapes - Random Q Generator
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Area of Shapes - Random Q Generator

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Random Question Generator as a starter/plenary on the topic of area of shapes (rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, trapeziums). Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
Probability - Random Q Generator
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Probability - Random Q Generator

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Random Question Generator as a starter/plenary on the topic of simple probability. Questions involving rolling dice, picking from a pack of cards, choosing letters from the alphabet and balls from a bag. Suitable for up to 32 students (questions can be deleted where necessary). Questions are of varying levels of difficulty and can therefore be assigned to different students to differentiate by ability. When started, the slides will loop continuously until the back arrow is pressed, which will stop on a random student’s name and question. This activity works really well as a lesson starter as it keeps all students on their toes, waiting for their name to appear!
Changing the Subject Exit Tickets
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Changing the Subject Exit Tickets

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Differentiated RAG Exit tickets on changing the subject of a formula. Students were able to pick their own level of difficulty, and were required to complete a ticket at the end of the lesson as their ‘ticket’ to leave. Included: PDF and published doc for editing if needed.
End of Term/Form Time Logo Quiz
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End of Term/Form Time Logo Quiz

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Logo quiz, great for end of term or form time. Quiz has 15 questions and answers, based on popular logos. Inlcluded in PDF format as well as PPT format so can be edited. If you use and enjoy this resource, I would love if you would leave a review. Thanks! :)
End of Term/Form Quiz - Famous Faces
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End of Term/Form Quiz - Famous Faces

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Famous Faces Quiz - great for end of term/form time. 15 questions, with answers given for all 15 questions after quiz is completed. Attached in both PDF and PPT form to allow for editing.