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These are my contributions to the wonderful world of maths resources! They are all free. Check out my blog to see hundreds of resource recommendations for Key Stage 3, 4 and 5.

These are my contributions to the wonderful world of maths resources! They are all free. Check out my blog to see hundreds of resource recommendations for Key Stage 3, 4 and 5.

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These are my contributions to the wonderful world of maths resources! They are all free. Check out my blog to see hundreds of resource recommendations for Key Stage 3, 4 and 5.

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Created for the new GCSE specification but also suitable for AS level and iGCSE, this activity requires students to identify errors in quadratic inequality solutions. It is designed to highlight and tackle common misconceptions.
See resourceaholic.com for more ideas and resources for teaching this topic.

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This is an Edexcel C1 revision activity based on the idea shared by Mel in this post: http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/10/18/keeping-time/.
Each student is given 12 questions (on A4) and a clock face (on A3). Students write their workings and answers in each section of the clock. Every 5 minutes or so students should be moving on to the next question/section. If all goes to plan they complete all 12 questions in a one hour lesson.
This revision activity allows students to practise working under timed conditions and keeps them on task and engaged throughout the revision lesson.
I have made two versions, both with answers.
In the first version, the questions are taken from old practice papers and are fairly straightforward. Some of my students got through these questions in 30 - 40 minutes.
In the second version, the questions are much more challenging. These questions are taken from IYGB papers from the brilliant website madasmaths.com.

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A collection of volume and surface area GCSE questions, with answers. Mostly Edexcel.

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Designed for the new GCSE specification, this worksheet allows students to practise sketching circles and finding equations of tangents.
For more resources and guidance for teaching new GCSE topics, see http://www.resourceaholic.com/p/new-gcse-support.html.

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This worksheet has been made for the new GCSE specification. Students are given four graphs and are required to find the gradient using a tangent at various points. This worksheet is designed to allow students to practise the skill before moving onto application. Answers are included.
See my blog post www.resourceaholic.com/2015/08/graphs.html for support and resources for teaching this new GCSE topic.

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This is a worksheet on perpendicular lines, with solutions included. It is intended for GCSE but might be useful in C1 too.

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A collection of volume and surface area GCSE questions, with answers. Mostly Edexcel.

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In this activity, designed for the new GCSE specification, students compare simple quadratic sequences to others to work out the nth term. Answers are included.
For more information and resources for the new GCSE, see my blog resourceaholic.com.

A mixed set of questions for Higher GCSE percentages practice/revision. Covers percentage change, reverse percentage problems and compound interest. Questions were drawn from a variety of sources.

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These revision cards cover most C1 and C2 topics and can be used as an individual or class activity.
Individuals can ask friends/relatives to test them using these cards.
For use in class, hand out one laminated card per pupil. They circulate round the class, pairing up to ask and answer their questions, then swapping cards and pairing up with someone else. It's a nice active revision lesson.
Please do let me know if I&'ve made any errors on these cards.
C3, S1 and S2 cards are also available.

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This is a Pret homework for fractional and negative indices. In Pret homeworks, pupils practise, recall, extend and think. These homeworks are typically followed in class with spelling or memory tests and discussions about research findings. For an editable version of this homework and Pret homeworks for many more topics, see http://prethomework.weebly.com/.

A card sort activity for algebra basics. Sort the identities into two groups: true or false. Useful for assessing understanding and misconceptions.

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This is an Edexcel C1 revision activity based on the idea shared by Mel in this post: http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/10/18/keeping-time/.
Each student is given 12 questions (on A4) and a clock face (on A3). Students write their workings and answers in each section of the clock. Every 5 minutes or so students should be moving on to the next question/section. If all goes to plan they complete all 12 questions in a one hour lesson.
This revision activity allows students to practise working under timed conditions and keeps them on task and engaged throughout the revision lesson.
I have made two versions, both with answers.
In the first version, the questions are taken from old practice papers and are fairly straightforward. Some of my students got through these questions in 30 - 40 minutes.
In the second version, the questions are much more challenging. These questions are taken from IYGB papers from the brilliant website madasmaths.com.

This is a worksheet for C1 students studying indices. It covers simple exponential equations of the type where you make the bases the same and set the exponents equal to each other. Requires knowledge of index laws and factorising quadratics but not logs. Answers provided. May also be suitable as extension work at GCSE.

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This is a revision activity for Higher GCSE students (designed for GCSE 9 - 1). Students work through the questions on the sheet to revise facts and procedures for a range of topics.
This is based on an exercise designed by @Adam_SmithMaths - his non-calculator version is available on resourceaholic.com
If you find any errors please let me know.

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A collection of questions on the area under a graph taken from Edexcel Linked Pair GCSE papers. Mark schemes are included. Note that some question parts also include other topics.
Please see my website resourceaholic.com for more resources for this topic.

These S1 revision cards can be used as an individual or class activity. Individuals can ask friends/relatives to test them using these cards. For use in class, hand out one laminated card per pupil. They circulate round the class, pairing up to ask and answer their questions, then swapping cards and pairing up with someone else. It's a nice active revision lesson. Please do let me know if I&'ve made any errors on these cards.

This is a simple editable worksheet containing seven GCSE questions on density (including answers) taken from Edexcel Linked Pair papers. There's 29 marks worth of questions so this should take students 20 - 30 minutes to complete (useful for classwork or homework).

This is a speed Pret homework. In Pret homeworks, pupils practise, recall, extend and think. These homeworks are typically followed in class with spelling or memory tests and discussions about research findings. For an editable version of this homework and Pret homeworks for many more topics, see http://prethomework.weebly.com/.

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This is an Edexcel C3 revision activity based on the idea shared by Mel in this post: http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/10/18/keeping-time/.
Each student is given 12 questions (on A4) and a clock face (on A3). Students write their workings and answers in each section of the clock. Every 5 minutes or so students should be moving on to the next question/section. If all goes to plan they complete all 12 questions in a one hour lesson.
When I do this lesson I set a timer to sound every five minutes - every time the buzzer sounds I write an answer on the board.
This revision activity allows students to practise working under timed conditions and keeps them on task and engaged throughout the revision lesson.
These questions are fairly challenging so suitable for students working at a grade A. The questions are taken from IYGB papers from the brilliant website madasmaths.com. Answers are provided.

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This assessment tests basic pre-requisite maths skills on entry to A level. It's editable so if you like the format but don't like the questions, feel free to change them!
The idea is to give this 15 minute test in the first maths lesson of Year 12 in order to identify any students who need immediate intervention. The intervention sessions can then be tailored to specific skills eg a session on expanding brackets, and a separate session on solving equations.
This assessment is print-friendly (one side of A4) and quick to mark. Teachers can complete the mini-feedback sheet for each student and staple it to their assessment, with details of upcoming intervention sessions.

This is a Pret homework for mean, median, mode and range. In Pret homeworks, pupils practise, recall, extend and think. These homeworks are typically followed in class with spelling or memory tests and discussions about research findings. For an editable version of this homework and Pret homeworks for many more topics, see http://prethomework.weebly.com/

Based on an idea by Stuart Price (@sxpmaths), these 'Correct Answer Only' activities are for C1, C2, C3 and C4. They are designed for the Edexcel specification but use past OCR exam questions.
Students work on their own to complete 8 questions, then submit their final answers for marking. They simply get a tick or cross for each answer and then have to re-try anything they get wrong.
These typically take a good 30 - 45 minutes to complete and are cheap to print (one A4 sheet per student) so perfect for A level revision.

This is an Edexcel C2 revision activity based on the idea shared by Mel in this post: http://justmaths.co.uk/2015/10/18/keeping-time/.
Each student is given 12 questions (on A4) and a clock face (on A3). Students write their workings and answers in each section of the clock. Every 5 minutes or so students should be moving on to the next question/section. If all goes to plan they complete all 12 questions in a one hour lesson.
When I do this lesson I set a timer to sound every five minutes - every time the buzzer sounds I write an answer on the board.
This revision activity allows students to practise working under timed conditions and keeps them on task and engaged throughout the revision lesson.
The questions here are taken from IYGB papers from the brilliant website madasmaths.com. A bonus question is provided for early finishers. Answers are also provided.
For the full range of revision clocks for GCSE and A level, see this post: http://www.resourceaholic.com/2016/05/revisionclocks.html