# Mrwhy1089's Shop

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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.

#### Volumes of cuboids and triangular prisms (self marking)

(8)
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 &quot;A triangular prism is half of a cuboid!&quot; Oh, and its written backwards so they don't get it too early.

#### Nets of cuboids and surface area (lesson and worksheet)

(12)
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.

#### Area and perimeter of compound shapes (matching activity)

(13)
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.

#### Factors and multiples (colour in)

(4)
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.

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

(1)
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)

#### sine and cosine rule basic practice (code breaker)

(1)
15 questions with answers at the bottom including some red herrings. The question &quot;what do you need to be able to use the sine rule?&quot; has the answer &quot;matching letters&quot; 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.