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We are two teachers, mum and daughter, with over 60 years of experience between us. In our shop you will find both Maths and English resources to help teachers and students alike.
We work with enthusiasm and hope that this comes through in our resources.

In this activity students must use the map scale to find the distance between different cities both in kilometres and in miles.
They will need ruler and protractor in order to find the bearing of a city from another one.
The second document includes the answers,
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Some exercises to review probability with Year 9. It includes a brief summary at the beginning about:
Adding probabilities: Mutually exclusive events: P (A or B) = P (A) + P(B).
Multiplying probabilities: Independent events: P (A and B) = P (A) x P (B)
It includes the answer key!
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It includes 45 different equations of straight lines. The activity is quite complete as it includes: finding the gradient, the y-intercept, parallel and perpendicular lines, lines parallel to the x-axis and lines parallel to the y-axis.
I have included the answer key!
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A complete summary to review Polygons with Year 8.
It includes:
Definition of polygons.
Types of polygons according to their sides and vertices
It also includes handy facts to know about polygons such as the formulas to calculate both the exterior and the interior angles.
Tessalation: what it is and the three regular polygons that tessalate.
I hope you find it useful.

This resource contains 7 ratio activity. Some are questions and some others are word problems.
The second document includes the answers.
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This worksheet has been designed for your Year 7 students to practice forming and solving one-variable equations.
They are given a statement and they must form the equation in terms of x and solve it to find the unknown number.
The worksheet contains 26 different equations ; at the end of the document all the equations are solved including the working out.

A comprehensive explanation of correct use of all punctuation marks, including apostrophes, inverted commas, dots and dashes. You’ll never have doubts again!

26 exercises of simple simultaneous equations with 2 and 3 unknowns.
It includes the answer key.
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This worksheet will help your students to consolidate their knowledge about Areas of triangles and parallelograms.
It includes a brief revision of the formulas of squares, parallelograms and triangles before the related exercises:
1. Squares: find the side given the area.
2. Parallelograms: find the missing measurement given one measurement and the area.
3. Triangles: Find the missing measurement given one measurement and the area.
It also includes the Answer Key

Woksheet to practise conversions between imperial and metric units of mass of length.
It includes:
Summary with equivalences.
Worked example.
23 questions.
Answer key.
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These exercises are perfect to revise with your KS3 students:
- Circumference of a Circle
- Area of a circle.
- Radius and diameter given the area or the circumference.
You can find the answers at the end of the document.
I hope you find it useful!

Activity to practise calculating distances (given a scale in miles) and bearings. Suitable for students in KS3 and KS4.
It includes:
- Map of England.
-24 questions.
- Full answer key.
Your students will need protractor and ruler to work them out.
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This worksheet contains 10 exercises to practise straight line graphs and curved graphs.
It is a complete revision where students will have to:
Complete tables.
Draw graphs.
Use their graphs to find information.
Draw and use conversion graphs.
Given a graph, calculate the gradient, the y-intercept, the equation of the line…
Given an equation find the equation of the line parallel or perpendicular to it that passes through a given point.
Use their graphs to solve equations.
Solve simultaneous equations by drawing the graphs.
Identify which equation represents each graph.
It also includes all the answers to the exercises.
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This is a progression test with 8 different exercises of chapters:
Areas of triangles and Parallelograms
Formulas
Reflections, Translations and Rotations
Linear Equations
Straight Line Graphs
Curved Graphs
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This is a worksheet with 26 exercises a to z to practise unit conversions between ounces, pounds and stones.
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This is a worksheet with 26 exercises a to z to practise unit conversions between inches, feet, yards and miles. With answer key!
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Here is a complete activity about Income tax.
Firstly you will find a problem solved step by step identifying each piece of information separately and dealing with it in coordinated colours.
Secondly there are three complete exercises for you students to do:
- Income Tax.
- Sale Reductions.
- Finding the original quantity.

This document includes five complete probability exercises to help your year 8 students to revise and consolidate their probability basic knowledge.
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A complete explanation of Adverbial, Adjectival and Noun clauses and their links with clear examples, followed by exercises with solutions. Pitfalls are pointed out.
Useful for English language students from 10 years old and upwards.
Good as a reference.