# Monica's Maths

I discovered that the more I integrate Maths with non scientific subjects, the more lovable it gets! You can expect worksheets, task sheets, lesson outlines and projects.

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I discovered that the more I integrate Maths with non scientific subjects, the more lovable it gets! You can expect worksheets, task sheets, lesson outlines and projects.

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#### Area mensuration-painting a house activity

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This should be used at the end of area and perimeter. It is an activity that revises all concepts. It would be better to do it in groups of 4 to 5. Have mixed ability groups. You could end it by asking students to design a dream house with specified area! Enjoy and do leave a review! Monica

#### Activity to Introduce Algebra

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Here is a simple activity that you can use to introduce Algebra. It is complete with some problems. Love, Monica

#### Exponents and Simplification

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A combined assessment for Exponents and Simplification. Love, Monica

#### Like Terms_Integration with language

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At the end of this worksheet a student would be able to: Comprehend Like terms with ease. Connect it to real life around. Develop the skills of self check and reflection of work. Features: The worksheet is differentiated. It integrates language with Maths. It works best for middle school of any curricula. Use it after you have introduced like terms. The aspect of self-check is to move students towards independent learning. Self check gives correction work a break. Hope you and your class likes it! Do leave a review and feedback if you use it. What is good and what is missing? How did the students fare in it? Thanks Monica **

#### Integration of Drama in Maths

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I took a story from Real LIfe Open Court textbook and converted it to classroom task. This is how I went about it: Divide students into groups. Each group to turn the story to a script. Perform the play based on the script with Maths questions ate the end of it. The play was judged by the drama teacher’s students. The audience was asked the Maths questions at the end of it. The objective was to have a class that was integrated and also involve another teacher for the same. It went great! The drama students got to lead for once. Please review the resource and let me know if your students liked it. Monica

#### Self Assessment-Change of subject

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Change of subject in a formula can be quite tricky. Here is a self assessment for the same, complete with answers. Love, Monica

#### A simple card game

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Here is an algebra game to revise Coefficient, Variable and Power Like and unlike terms Algebraic expressions It is a simple card game. You will need to print the cards sheet and use it as indicated. As I do always for games and activities, it ends with a small worksheet for students to ensure that they have learnt the topic well. Hope you enjoy! Please leave a review. Love, Monica

#### Pre Algebra Self check assessment

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Teacher’s note A lot of students are afraid of algebra. Whenever I introduce algebra as a language and tell them that all we are doing is a change of language, I find them open and accepting to it. Then throughout the lesson I keep reminding them about the change of language. And voila! They get it. The aspect of self-check is to move students towards independent learning and give the teacher’s correction work a break. Hope you and your class likes it! Do leave a review and feedback if you use it. What is good and what is missing? How did the students fare in it? Thanks Monica

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Frayer’s model is quite well known. What I like about it is the way it makes students think about non-examples! Here I have adapted it further by simplifying the language. I have also added colour scheme to it in order to make it more appealing to the art loving students. You can change the colour code or ask the students to decide their own colour scheme. Hope you and your class likes it! Do leave a review and feedback if you use it. What is good and what is missing? How did the students fare in it? Thanks Monica

#### Indices_Algebra worksheet

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This is a revision worksheet for Indices. It can also be used as an assessment. Do make a note of all the types of errors students make in this. I expect them to be a lot around negative powers. Do leave a review and feedback if you use it. What is good and what is missing? How did the students fare in it? Thanks Monica

#### Binomial Expansion_Self Study lesson

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It would be very easy to teach. But at times, let the students learn themselves. Here is a sheet through which you can have students learn about Multiplication of Binomials on their own. You can do this individually or in pairs. The tasks are divided into steps. Integrating skills with Maths is my passion. Here is a lesson the uses “self directed learning” for students to learn BInomial Expansion using a method known as FOIL. This is a complete lesson that can be printed and handed to students, with questions for reflection in the end. Love, Monica

#### Collaborative work-Expand brackets

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Let the students work collaboratively for this worksheet. Step in only - if they call you! Hope you enjoy. Love, Monica

#### Self Assessment_Writing Equations

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Teacher’s note This way of solving equations is what I learnt when I was working with IGCSE students. Converting word problems to equations is a universal headache among students! But if we go step by step, baby steps, then the pattern becomes clear. You can use the answer for self-check or correct the work yourself. The aspect of self-check is to move students towards independent learning and give the teacher’s correction work a break. Hope you and your class likes it! Do leave a review and feedback if you use it. What is good and what is missing? How did the students fare in it? Thanks Monica