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Make maths masters, out of your students. "Feedback is the breakfast of champions" - Ken Blanchard, so please leave a review
Representing Data - Dual and Compound Bar Charts Lesson
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Representing Data - Dual and Compound Bar Charts Lesson

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This lesson focuses on reading and drawing dual/comparative and compound/composite bar charts. This resource consists of differentiated lessons, worksheets and print offs. The lessons are a set of 3 differentiations of the same lesson in PowerPoints form as well as a mixed version to allow you to differentiate on the fly. The worksheets are a set of 3 differentiations with some overlap in both PDF and PowerPoint form for easy editting. There is also an undifferentiated exit card for assessment purposes. This is a PDF. Finally there is a variety of print offs that can be used as lesson aids. This includes blank and labelled axes for a variety of questions in the lesson. Please read the preview before purchasing to see if this lesson is appropriate for you. This lesson is based on the Pearson Key Stage 3 Maths Progress scheme of work but is appropriate the curriculum over.
Positive and Negative Numbers - Ordering
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Positive and Negative Numbers - Ordering

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Ordering and a basic introduction to arithmetic with negative integers and decimals numbers. Including ordering, difference between positive and negatives, finding halfway between negative and positive numbers and simple arithmetic e.g. what is 3 less than -8. This pack includes RAG question sheets (just the questions, intended for answers to be written elsewhere), worksheets (questions with spaces to write the answers) and answer sheets.
Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes consolidation
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Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes consolidation

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Differentiated questions on area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms and compound shapes. Also some examples of trapeziums though approached as a compound shape. This includes questions on the following: Area and perimeter of rectangles Area and perimeter of triangles Area and perimeter of compound shapes Finding missing sides given area or perimeter of rectangles and triangles Finding missing sides and then area and perimeter of compound shapes Area and perimeter of parallelograms Finding missing lengths of parallelograms and non-right angle triangles Area and perimeter of worded questions Quantity/Cost area and perimeter worded questions Area of trapeziums Area and perimeter of compound shapes including use of negative space and internal perimeters Problem solving and reasoning questions. Some questions from other sources so all rights to their creators
Positive and Negative Numbers - Adding
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Positive and Negative Numbers - Adding

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Adding with negative integers. Including simple arithmetic, finding the total of a list of numbers and magic squares. This pack includes RAG question sheets (just the questions, intended for answers to be written elsewhere), worksheets (questions with spaces to write the answers) and answer sheets.
Fortnite Bearings Fun
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Fortnite Bearings Fun

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If you haven’t heard your students talking about Fortnite then where have you been? 45 million people play the shooter game Fortnite and I can’t stop the kids I teach from talking about it. This activity incorporates lots of different concepts: Ratios/Scales Bearings Speed, distance, time Pythagoras Area problem solving Edit and remove questions as you want. If you print at 100% the scale will be 1.5cm to 250m Otherwise you might have to give it a measure if you print to fit Also: The locations from the bearings are locations required for one of the challenges this season to get them even more engaged. Half my class have taken the work home to finish so they can gain in game rewards EDIT: This is a little out of date now as the map is updated every week but I’m sure students will appreciate the thought all the same
Linear Sequences Revision Worksheets
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Linear Sequences Revision Worksheets

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A series of RAG worksheet on linear sequences. (Mainly arithmetic) Red - spotting rules, continuing sequences, spotting patterns Amber - missing terms, generating sequences from nth terms, finding the nth term Green - generating sequences from nth terms, problem solving (real life) Stretch and Challenge Purple - reasoning if terms are in a sequences, fractional sequences, Blue - always sometimes never, formula, pattern sequences Accompanying answers and powerpoint with starter and plenary introducing quadratic sequences. The final question on the blue worksheet can be found here https://nrich.maths.org/11008
Negative Arithmetic - Addition Easter Colouring Basic
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Negative Arithmetic - Addition Easter Colouring Basic

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Adding negatives can be quite difficult to understand and this worksheet is a great way to revisit the concept in a fun way This basic version contains numbers -10 to 10. Answer questions A, look at the colour chart to see which colour it is e.g. Blue. Find all the shapes with an A in them and colour them in blue. Each worksheet comes with three different egg choices, please read the preview before purchasing.
Averages and Range - Christmas Colouring
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Averages and Range - Christmas Colouring

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Practice finding averages of data lists using this fun Christmas/Winter themed colouring sheets. This pack contains three different worksheets of different levels. Robin - Find averages of a list of integers Candy Cane - Find averages of a list of integers, decimals and fractions Bauble - Find averages of a list of integers and decimals as well as finding missing values given the average.
Exact Trig Values - Easter Colouring
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Exact Trig Values - Easter Colouring

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Exact trigonometric values can be quite a laborious thing to practice, hopefully this will make it a little more interesting. This resource is a colour by numbers type activity which involved answering exact trig functions in order to derive the colours. This comes as both an A4 image and half a side of A4 (allowing students to fold and create their own Easter cards) Plus the question sheet comes as a separate sheet so you can use that year round
*Bundle* Tell The Time - Snap and Pairs *Bundle*
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*Bundle* Tell The Time - Snap and Pairs *Bundle*

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A series of playing card packs involving telling the time. These cards can be used as flash cards, matching, pairs, snaps etc. This is a bundle featuring the following individual resources: Tell The Time - Snap and Pairs - Basic Tell The Time - Snap and Pairs - Intermediate Tell the Time - Snap and Pairs - Hard Each pack contains a series of playing card style designed cards, in a variety of different time formats. There are 17 cards in each pack for each of the following formats: *Standard Clock Roman Numerals Clock Numberless Clock 12 hour digital 24 hour digital Words* Basic: The basic pack has times on the hour and half past the hour Intermediate: The intermediate pack has time on the hour and half past the hour as well as quarter to and quarter past Hard: The hard pack has time at five minute intervals with the worded cards using a variety of vernacular. e.g. Forty minutes past eight, Twenty minutes to nine, Twenty to nine Designed to Year 1-3 curriculum though I know year 10’s who can’t read a clock face so useful across the board
Tell The Time - Snap and Pairs - Hard
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Tell The Time - Snap and Pairs - Hard

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This pack contains a series of playing card style designed cards, in a variety of different time formats. This hard version contains time at 5 minutes intervals. There are 17 cards for each of the following formats: *Standard Clock Roman Numerals Clock Numberless Clock 12 hour digital 24 hour digital Words* Designed to Year 1-3 curriculum though I know year 10’s who can’t read a clock face so useful across the board
Representing Data - Two-Way Tables Lesson
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Representing Data - Two-Way Tables Lesson

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This resource consists of differentiated lessons, worksheets and print offs. The lessons are a set of 3 differentiations of the same lesson in PowerPoints form as well as a mixed version to allow you to differentiate on the fly. The worksheets are a set of 3 differentiations with some overlap in both PDF and PowerPoint form for easy editting. There is also an undifferentiated exit card for assessment purposes. This is a PDF. Finally there is a variety of print offs that can be used as lesson aids. This includes blank and labelled axes and tables for a variety of questions in the lesson. Please read the preview before purchasing to see if this lesson is appropriate for you. This lesson is based on the Pearson Key Stage 3 Maths Progress scheme of work but is appropriate the curriculum over.
Working With Fractions - Fractions of Amounts Easter Colouring Advanced
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Working With Fractions - Fractions of Amounts Easter Colouring Advanced

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Finding fractions of amounts can be quite an easy thing to forget and this worksheet is a great way to revisit the concept in a fun way This advanced version contains a variety of unit and non-unit fractions. Answer questions A, look at the colour chart to see which colour it is e.g. Blue. Find all the shapes with an A in them and colour them in blue. Each worksheet comes with three different egg choices, please read the preview before purchasing.