# Onitmaths Shop

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I love resources that ensure all pupils are able to access & feel confident within lessons. It makes me sad when a pupil feels stressed because they don't get it. I love hearing a pupil say "I am on it miss". All resources for main part of lessons are differentiated to 3 if not 4 levels of progress. Starters are mixed ability so that I can get pupils to feel confident in areas they struggle on. Any queries please email me; shacostello@gmail.com

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I love resources that ensure all pupils are able to access & feel confident within lessons. It makes me sad when a pupil feels stressed because they don't get it. I love hearing a pupil say "I am on it miss". All resources for main part of lessons are differentiated to 3 if not 4 levels of progress. Starters are mixed ability so that I can get pupils to feel confident in areas they struggle on. Any queries please email me; shacostello@gmail.com

#### GCSE 9 - 1; Exam Warm Up (Mixed GCSE Skills)

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Resource; 6 lesson starters (Exam Warm Ups) – all based on the same skills. Differentiated – foundation, developing and secure. Contains; 1. 6 sets of questions. 2.Improvement of key skills in the exam, these were areas that my pupils fell down on in the most recent exam. Pupils tend to show progress by lesson five and feel confident with these skills. 3. 6 sets of solutions. 4. Instructions (very simple, one line here) Display on the board. Let pupils complete in their books. Each lesson 15 minutes earning essential marks in the exam. 5. Instructions given for a smooth start. 6 Topics covered- Foundation; Mode, fractional solving equations, FDP, Area of Triangle/Circle. Developing; Range, Median, solving equations with a bracket, adding/subtracting fractions, algebra and perimeter of shape. Secure: Mean, solving with unknowns on both sides, adding/subtracting mixed number fractions, surface area of cube, cuboid and cylinder. Printing Tip: This resource has been designed to display on board or print on A4. If you wish to print select ‘shrink’ or ‘print to fit page’ (or fit to page option on your print settings) in order for it to print correctly on A4. File Type; PDF Idea behind task; To develop exam skills around different strands of the curriculum. To address gaps in student’s knowledge in preparation for the exam. Ensure pupils are not losing key marks that come up on every exam. Check the preview! If you do download my resource, please do rate and review my resources. I really appreciate reviews and feedback, I aim to develop constantly and love to ensure my resources are up to date and differentiated to all ability levels but please do try to be constructive!  @ onitmaths

#### Reverse problems volume of a cylinder

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I wanted pupils to solve problems from the onset on volume of a cylinder so we did 3 MWB problems on 'normal' find the volume of a cylinder then I gave them this to do. Red is the easy one and they work down the page in pairs to aim to get to green in each section. Hope it is useful.

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Pupils choose which colour they feel confident attempting. If they are really confident they should choose green, the secure option, if they are struggling they should choose the red or amber option (foundation – basic assessment of skill, amber is a little bit harder). Pupils show the questions, working out and answers that they have attempted in their class book. Pupils self assess or peer assess at the end of each activity to show themselves how much progress they have made. Answers provided. Terms of use; Please use only by the customer paying for the resource. Printing tip; Print - fit to page or fill entire page so they only print on A4. I have also included a second copy with a label of printing because my lovely reviewer gave me a valuable tip about cost of ink so I have changed the background to white to make it cheaper.

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#### FDP - New Curriculum style worded problems homework

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Resource; FDP – Worded Problem homework. Based on questions from the SAMs, New Specimen papers from EDEXCEL. WAGOLL (What A Good One Looks Like) Sheet – same as a prompt sheet, I have started given pupils a WAGOLL sheet with each homework to show them “What a good one looks like”. This way the know my expectation for homework. Solutions Contains; 1. 7 worded problems. You are probably thinking why so little? Well, because my pupils find worded problems really difficult so I am trying to get quality homework rather than quantity homework. I do see a huge difference in the quality I am receiving and I am happy with that. Based on new style questions from the Pearson Edexcel exams. 2. WAGOLL Sheet – same as a prompt sheet, I have started given pupils a WAGOLL sheet with each homework to show them “What a good one looks like”. This way the know my expectation for homework. 3. 7 solutions provided. Printing Tip: This resource has been designed to print on A4. If you wish to print select ‘shrink’ or ‘print to fit page’ (or fit to page option on your print settings) in order for it to print correctly on A4. File Type; PDF worded problems. PDF - scanned in for solutions and WAGOLL sheet. Idea behind task; To develop pupil’s skills at answering worded problems/functional skills. To ensure pupils try the worded problem questions in the exam and don’t just leave them blank. To encourage pupils to use the WAGOLL sheet to help them access questions they are not sure on. To improve the quality of homework being handed in. Check the preview! If you do purchase my resource, please do rate and review my resources. I really appreciate reviews and feedback, I aim to develop constantly and love to ensure my resources are up to date and differentiated to all ability levels but please do try to be constructive!  @ onitmaths@gmail.com Terms of use; Please use only by the customer buying the resource.

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#### Volume of Prism Thoughts and Crosses

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Learners play in pairs. Learners choose who goes first. Learners both answer the question. If learner 1 picks and gets it right they win. If they get it wrong and learner 2 is able to explain their answer then learner 2 wins the square. First person to connect four wins. This is a good way of promoting independence among learners and getting them to explain how they have got to their answer. Moves from basic prisms to compound prisms.

#### Exam Warm Up - Algebra starter

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Resource; 5 lesson starters – all based on the same skills. 11 marks to earn in the exam. Contains; 1. 5 sets of questions. 2.Improvement of key skills in the exam, these were areas that my pupils fell down on in the most recent exam. Pupils tend to show progress by lesson five and feel confident with these skills. 3. Instructions (very simple, one line here) Display on the board. Let pupils complete in their books. Each lesson 15 minutes earning 11 marks in the exam. 4. Solutions for each slide. 5. Printable version – white version. Printing Tip: This resource has been designed to display on board or print on A4. If you wish to print select ‘shrink’ or ‘print to fit page’ (or fit to page option on your print settings) in order for it to print correctly on A4. File Type; PDF Idea behind task; To develop exam skills around algebra section. Ensure pupils are not losing key marks that come up on every exam. Check the preview! If you do download my resource, please do rate and review my resources. I really appreciate reviews and feedback, I aim to develop constantly and love to ensure my resources are up to date and differentiated to all ability levels but please do try to be constructive!  @ onitmaths

#### Area _ Volume of trapezium Thoughts and Crosses

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Area of trapezium moving from basic to problem solving and then moving to volume of trapezium. Kids are in pairs and play against each other to get connect four. I make all learners write their full workings into their books. Learners enjoy the activity and it is great for discussion of where they got their answer from.

#### GCSE 9 - 1 New specification: Mind the gap quiz (wk 1) - calculator skills foundation paper 3.

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Mind the gap resource - based on the new 9 - 1 GCSE. Based on EDEXCEL style paper questions, I have produced a mini whiteboard quiz/paper quiz as a starter for lessons to get pupils earning those easy marks throughout the paper. A focus on 1 - 2 mark questions that our pupils are making errors on. Each quiz has a questions slide and then the answers are provided also. I tend to get pupils to mark their questions at the end of each slide to ensure they can see they are making progress. I often use at the start of a revision session or during drop down days to get pupils engaged by having a competition board and the winner is the pupil who scores the most points - earning themselves a prize. I find that pupils need repetition - perfect practice, makes perfect. So I have produced 6 mind the gaps, same skills addressed in each one with different figures. This builds confidence with my pupils as they can see the progress they have made from the start of the week to the end of the week. Based around paper 3; foundation skills - calculator. Terms of use; Please use only by the customer paying for the resource.

#### GCSE 9 - 1 New specification; Mind the gap quiz (wk 3) - non calculator for foundation!

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GCSE 9 - 1 New specification; Mind the gap quiz (non calculator) for foundation! Mind the gap resource - based on the new 9 - 1 GCSE. Based on EDEXCEL style paper questions, I have produced a mini whiteboard quiz/paper quiz as a starter for lessons to get pupils earning those easy marks throughout the paper. A focus on 1 - 2 mark questions that our pupils are making errors on. Each quiz has a questions slide and then the answers are provided also. I tend to get pupils to mark their questions at the end of each slide to ensure they can see they are making progress. I often use at the start of a revision session or during drop down days to get pupils engaged by having a competition board and the winner is the pupil who scores the most points - earning themselves a prize. I find that pupils need repetition - perfect practice, makes perfect. So I have produced 5 mind the gaps, same skills addressed in each one with different figures. This builds confidence with my pupils as they can see the progress they have made from the start of the week to the end of the week. Based around paper 1; foundation skills - non calculator. Terms of use; Please use only by the customer paying for the resource.

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