This resource combines all of the following skills......
Factors, multiples and primes
and negative numbers with temperature all in the same task.
Developed for Y7-9 , Could be used with low ability KS4.
Great as end of term activity (easy to use just print off sheets!) Involves a bit of coloring which kids love at the end of term. Great introduction to group work as well at the start of the year to test basic skills.
Lesson on creating/colouring in MANDALAS.
A little bit of religion and art thrown in there - makes a great cross curricular activity.
Two tasks for easy differentiation and worksheets attached.
Great End of term activity (mandala are used for meditation so calms pupils!)
This is a complete data handling project .
The powerpoint goes through each graph or calculation bit by bit. Then asks the pupils to apply to the set of data,
At each task there is a challenge.
Stem and Leaf
Mean from grouped table
Worksheets have been made for lower ability that they just have to fill in (all numbered according to task)
Can be used from KS3 - KS4
Using as a final project (estimated to last 4/5 lesson with presentation.
Great end of term activity that still involves a lot of maths, all in one power-point.
Masterclass flipchart created for Maths non-calculator GCSE
Due to the increase in algebra on this these new specification tests the flipcharts focuses on algebra.
All topics covered have examples and answers. (Make you planning easier!!)
Expanding (single, double, squared)
Factorising (Powers, single, double, squared)
Quadratic Simultaneous equations
Solving linear equations
Solving quadratics by factorising
Solving quadratics by completing the square
Fractions complete revision with examples and answers
Simplifying and equivalence
Fractions of amounts
Fractions to decimal conversion
Adding and subtracting fractions
Dividing and multiplying fractions.
Great for activity for student independence, great revision for students for non-calculator exams
Quadratic bundle containing:
Factorising quadratics and solving
Plotting quadratic graphs
Quadratic onesie (including formula, completing the square and factorising)
Solving all types of quadratics
Great resource for GCSE Classes as revision and master classes.
Contains great activities for Christmas and end of term.
12 days of Christmas puzzle with answers
Mini murder mystery
5 different Christmas coordinates
Who wants to be a millionaire quiz
Santa reindeer task with answers
3 Christmas problem solving activities
Christmas planning sorted !
Topic covered in the following bundle:
Algebra- Substitution, Expanding, forming and solving equations.
Shape and Space - Volume, Surface Area, Cones/Spheres/Hemi-Spheres
Probability Trees and Expected Probability
Animated CONSTRUCTIONS PP
Cosine and Sine Rule
Angles in polygons
Most Resources come with answers making revision session and masterclasses very easy by having something for everyone.
Harry Potter Themed Proportion lesson linked with potions.
Pupils encouraged to be creative and come up with there own recipe for their own potions (sheets supplied for this). Then find how much of each ingredient for a recipe for 20 lots etc.
Lots of support and scaffolding for this lesson. All worksheet provided to print off for SEN or low ability students lesson plans attached also for more info.
3 super 9 grid resources these are differentiated questions across and down - great revision , review or even cover work !
Three topics covered
Percentages (FDP conversions)
Answers included for easy checking
Worksheet - covering all solving quadratic equations questions.
Factorising and solving,
Factorsing with a coefficient,
Factorsing x^2 -81 etc.
Completing the square and solving
Rearranging to equal zero and solving,
Applying to area and perimeter questions,
Extension drawing quadratic equations.
Great for year 11 higher revision or cover work.
Lesson Focus- Cosine Rule with previous knowledge of the sine rule
Great lesson to cover this topic with incorporating previous knowledge from students ( used for mid-high ability year 11 students. )
This lesson includes a starter on different triangle e.g Pythagoras, Trig and Sine rule.
Contains a revision poster with example for students to fill in throughout the lesson (highlighting when to use either the cosine of sine rule)
Worksheet attached is for a task relating to when to use sine rule and when to use cosine rule.
Finally as a plenary student are given 4 questions ( sine rule missing length and angle, cosine rule missing length and angle) in a random order and have to decide which formula to use.
All answers are supplied on the powerpoint :)