Complete lesson with worksheets about simplifying fractions. Worksheets also have answers. Also check out my other lessons and let me know what you think?
Complete lesson on missing angles using trigonometry. It builds of a previous lesson on Missing Sides that you can find. Hope you find it useful. Let me know your thoughts Cheers
Completed Lesson created with an introduction to reading timetables, then 10 different timetables (5 train and 5 bus) with attached questions to place around the classroom. Answers in the PPT. Pretty much print and deliver the lesson (I hope) Let me know what you think
Here are 6 lessons in order with differentiated activities on linear sequences. This sequence of lessons takes learners on the journey of discovering the nth term of sequences. Let me know what you think
Complete lesson with activities. Fraction grid attached and used in the lesson to show which fractions are equivalent Please let me know what you think
Here is a sequence of 6 lessons that takes student through metric units, conversion to imperial units, speed distance time, mass density and volume. Also there is a review lesson to revise everything over the topic. Please let me know what you think.
Complete lesson to introduce trigonometry and finding the missing sides. Hopefully you will find it of use. Please let me know what you think?
Grade G to E revision booklets. Great mix of revision questions of these grades. Lower set years 11's love them. Really could also be used at KS3
Level 4/5 lesson on fraction. Introduction to fractions and going over what they mean and comparing different fractions using fraction grid. Great resources along with it. Check out my other lessons Please let me know what you think?
Full lesson on the Sine Rule. Please let me know what you think? Feel free to check out my other trig lessons uploaded. Hope they help you Cheers
Complete lesson with all resources for frequency polygons Everything needed - let me know what you think? Check out me other lessons
Lesson on currency exchange and conversion. After the high level of currency exchange questions in the GCSE and a half term of travelling I put this together. Please let me know what you think?