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Make maths masters, out of your students. "Feedback is the breakfast of champions" - Ken Blanchard, so please leave a review

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Make maths masters, out of your students.
"Feedback is the breakfast of champions" - Ken Blanchard, so please leave a review

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.

Bundle

This growing bundle is a series of lessons on algebraic expressions. The bundle currently/will include:
Introduction to Algebra
Collecting Like Terms 1 (variables power of 1)
Collecting Like Terms 2 (variables power other than 1)
Collecting Like Terms 3 (variables multiplied together)
Multiplying Variables
Dividing Variables
Expanding Brackets 1 (variable inside bracket)
Expanding Brackets 2 (variable outside bracket)
Substitution
Writing Expressions
Using Formula
Writing Formula

This is a fun and engaging way to practice multiplying indices (or exponents). This resource is a colour by numbers type activity which shading the square containing the answer the same pattern as suggested by the question.
This comes with 3 different pattern worksheets - Rewriting in single index form with the same base, with different bases and a mixture of the two.

By substituting values into an equation we can determine what x values a solution lies between by whether the result is positive or negative. The worksheet contains a variety of questions to practice this.
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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

In this worksheet, students are to identify and classify different triangles by colouring equilaterals one colour, isosceles another and scalene another.

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

Matching congruent triangles in order to find an unknown word. Answer includes which rule is used including ASA, SAS, SSA, SSS AND RHS. In one question students are also required to use angles in a triangle to find a missing angle.

This worksheet includes three differentiated alternatives.
Each worksheet has 4 different graphs requiring you to find the equations of the given graph as well finding corresponding parallel and perpendicular lines.

This coloring worksheet is perfect for practicing the use of indices / exponents / powers and coefficients.
The four different levels are as follows:
Flower – Coefficients and powers are positive integers
Sun – Coefficients are positive integers and powers are positive and negative integers
Acorn – Coefficients and powers are positive and negative integers (with some fraction and decimal coefficients thrown in).
Snowflake – Coefficients and powers are positive and negative fractions and integers. (with some expressions containing multiple variables).

For University we have to write a weekly reflection and write the TS strand next to it to show evidence and aid in report writing. Obviously most of this is individual to my course, but you can easily alter the university and holiday weeks. My main aim was just to save people time typing the whole thing out like I did.
The cover image is a preview of what mine looks like. You can cut and paste a tick into each section ✔

Students are to use Pythagoras’ Theorem to find the answers to real-life and problem solving questions using these differentiated worksheets.
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PowerPoint and Slides lesson involving sharing amounts in a ratio when given a part of the ratio or the difference.
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Bundle

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 bundle includes the following resources:
Negative Arithmetic - Addition Easter Colouring in FOUR differentiations
Basic
Intermediate
Advanced
Expert
Please take a look at these individual resources before purchasing

Different types of numbers is often a topic overlooked and some just presume students remember these things. This is a quick and cheerful reminder of the topic.
This resource is a colour by numbers type activity which involves deciding what type of number is in the square 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 Halloween cards)

PowerPoint and Slides lesson involving using variables with coefficients and indices / powers / exponents laws.
Please see preview before purchase.

PowerPoint and Slides lesson involving 3D solids, annotating lines e.g. AB, identifying, constructing and visualising nets.
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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 expert version involved reverse fractions of amounts e.g. 14 is 2/7 of…
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.

Different types of numbers is often a topic overlooked and some just presume students remember these things. This is a quick and cheerful reminder of the topic.
This resource is a colour by numbers type activity which involves deciding what type of number is in the square 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)

Two different activities allowing students to practice classifying numbers. One requires students to place numbers in the correct category (Real, rational, integer, whole and natural. Also includes versions with irrational and complex). One is an interactive foldable requiring split pins to define the different types of classifications.
Come in ready to print PDF and PowerPoints that can be edited (Juan Mikes font required to easily edit).
Please read the preview before purchasing.