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I like to use interesting visuals, activities and ideas to get the class to practice and maybe, enjoy the subject.

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I like to use interesting visuals, activities and ideas to get the class to practice and maybe, enjoy the subject.

One has the 12 times table where as the other two have multiple trails where you keep adding the same number.

All the answers are there so marking is easy.
Use as a homework.
Cut them up to use as a matchup activity.
Have now included one with diagonals removed so Pythagoras can be practiced too.

If you answer the question one way you get a silhouette of an animal, if you answer it the other way you get a different animal. What are the two animals on each sheet (you need two copies)
I have been advised the gerbil isn't very good. Maybe try the others.

Plot the coordinates on a -20 to 20 grid

Match the cards to create sets
Picture
List of edges, faces etc
Name
Net (extension sheet)
Presentation included for extra help

Two worksheets involving concrete examples of perimeters and areas

Match up the isometric drawing to the net and calculate the surface area. After four examples can you draw the nets from the cuboids left and calculate the surface area for each. Can we speed up the process.

Use the clues to locate the treasure (by rearranging the letters the questions give you)

Cut out and matchup the cards to show the picture, the mixed number and the improper fraction.

Can you work out the fraction of each colour on the flags. Some are easier than others.

Match the graphs to the expressions, factorisations and minimum points

Calculate the volumes of each of the shapes and check the answer is correct. Putting the letters in the order of the questions reveals a piece of advice
"A triangular prism is half of a cuboid!"
Oh, and its written backwards so they don't get it too early.

Powerpoint is exported from the Notebook file so formatting isn't as good, I converted it so the content can be seen but feel free to tidy it up. Two lessons can be combined into one as needed.

Set up a set of axis 0-40 in both x and y directions
Trace the lines to create a picture.
Start a new trail from each arrow.
Six characters from the Lion King. Answers are included to check.

15 questions with answers at the bottom including some red herrings.
The question "what do you need to be able to use the sine rule?"
has the answer
"matching letters"
when you put the correct letter to each question and read backwards. This just relates to the need for a matching side and angle when using sine rule as many of my pupils seem to think that one rule is for working out angles and the other for sides.

Calculate the missing sides using Pythagoras then use the information to crack the code.
pythagoras theorem is used in many real life situations especially in the construction and engineering professions where the accurate construction of a right angle is needed such as in the building of structures or the calculating of non traversable distances.

Each list of questions spells out a country.

Used as an introduction to the topic or a review of the topic. There are several descriptions to match to the pictures and four extra card to create their own.

I created this number line for my classroom and several people asked for it so I uploaded it here.
It is a mixture of popular culture, logos and pictures to represent the numbers from -19 to 20.
There is a plan to make it -50 to 50 if there is enough call for it.

Put the instructions into order so as to create five solved equations.