Lesson presentation covering positive and negative numbers, a homework task and full lesson activities. The quality of these resources should be quite clear from the file previews…
Students often ask: what is the point? Factors and factor trees are in fact both interesting and important. Use this resource to help explain why and to spark interest in those who previously have expressed no interest in maths! The first part of this lesson answer that question through a presentation (and gives them a worksheet to complete). They then calculate those factors with a step by step presentation (with a worksheet to complete).
Various resources to support teaching negative numbers
Mega bundle of revision sheets. Ready to go, questions and answer key provided. Saved many teachers hours of preparation time!
Exponential growth and decay GCSE maths worksheet and revision. Contains full answers, great resource for use with your classes.
Students love to be extended. Here students are introduced to factorials through real life concepts, and are introduced to permutations. Want more out of your students? You need to ask more.
Direct and inverse proportion worksheet with answers.
Students find who kidnapped Santa! Complete a range of two step equations. Complete with sheet and answer key to solving the problem!
A full lesson to help students with long multiplication calculations. Includes: Lesson plan Worksheet Snakes and ladders game Snakes and ladders questions (75 provided)
Negative numbers, includes a game (including printable playing cards). Slides include practical applications for negative numbers including overdrafts and a worksheet based on the same.
Wordsearch and crossword for 2D shapes. Presented with editable Illustrator files for use within your school context
Mini project where students are using fidget spinners to calculate probability! Fantastic lesson that can be used as part of mathematics or science. Spin the sinner - where will it land?
Cut the triangles out, and the students fit them back together to create the larger triangle. A great differentiated resource that is certain to engage your students and cement their knowledge of positive and negative numbers.