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I like to use interesting visuals, activities and ideas to get the class to practice and maybe, enjoy the subject.
Estimated mean of grouped discrete data (worksheet)
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Estimated mean of grouped discrete data (worksheet)

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I hope I am doing this right, I have taken this idea from jordyst and added a couple more countries to give the class a bit more variety on the practice section (and some bigger numbers) I hope I am crediting this correctly, if not please contact me to get it sorted.
Volumes of cuboids and triangular prisms (self marking)
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Volumes of cuboids and triangular prisms (self marking)

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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.
Estimating mean of grouped data (Codebreaker)
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Estimating mean of grouped data (Codebreaker)

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Calculate the mean of the set of tables and use that information to break the codes, then work out which is the odd one out. Please feel free to split it up so each pupil gets one question that reflects the amount of work they can do in a given time. (Rose is the odd one out as the others have bulbs)
Nth term and sequences (relay)
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Nth term and sequences (relay)

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Be the first team to answer all of the number sequence questions correctly. You cannot move onto the next card until you answer the previous one. Sorry but the answer sheet file has been lost, I will try to get one uploaded but they are not that difficult to work out.
Naming 2D shapes (wordsearch)
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Naming 2D shapes (wordsearch)

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Find the words in the grid Ones that might be difficult: quarter circle = QUADRANT second rectangle = OBLONG (made of two squares) arrow shape = ARROWHEAD
Missing angles (codebreaker)
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Missing angles (codebreaker)

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Use the diagrams to work out the code for each card. Work out which is the odd one out. They are all in London but 'Paddington' isn't on a Monopoly board Can be used as a class with pupils changing their card when they have finished or as a set of worksheets.
coordinates four quadrant (codebreaker)
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coordinates four quadrant (codebreaker)

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A simple activity to practice coordinates in four quadrants. Each coordinate gives a letter that in turn spells a word. What is the season connected with each of these words. Use as a starter activity, a worksheet to consolidate learning or a homework that marks itself.
Adding fractions (Codebreaker)
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Adding fractions (Codebreaker)

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For each of the cards: 1) Work out the answer to the fraction additions. 2) There will be several equivalent fractions and the corresponding letters will spell out a word. 3) What connects each of the words?
Equivalent Percentages, Decimals and fractions- (matching game/ Dobble game)
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Equivalent Percentages, Decimals and fractions- (matching game/ Dobble game)

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Images taken from MrBartonMaths: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/share?url=https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/matching-fractions-to-decimals-snap-game-6042741 Two ways to use the resource matching: cut all the little squares and get the group to match into sets of four. Four cards are missing, complete them to make the sets. Dobble: Each larger card (a set of four smaller squares) has one matching image (they may be different but have the same value) Let me know of any errors I missed
Simple percentages (powerpoint quiz)
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Simple percentages (powerpoint quiz)

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Ask members of the group to come to board and tap the correct answer, it will not move on until the correct answer is tapped but will indicate if that given answer is incorrect. I have used it a few times so I hope all works properly. Please tell me if there is an error. I have found an error, there are two 90s, I will get this fixed.
sine and cosine rule basic practice (code breaker)
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sine and cosine rule basic practice (code breaker)

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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.