Lots of games to introduce important concepts of probability.

A simple animated presentation to demonstrate rotational symmetry to students. I have converted the notes to PowerPoint slides so you can download them, adapt them if needed, use them in revision lessons or perhaps give your students a set to take home with them to help them prepare for exams. Ordering Numbers, 4.

Forming and Solving Equations, 71.

Loci and Constructions, 89.

This PowerPoint lesson gives a clear demonstration of how to work out the nth term of linear sequences. Fractional and Negative Indices, 98. Ordering Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, 28. Spheres and Cones, 124. Solving Equations, 65. Area and Circumference of Circles, 39. Notes - Shape & Space - 2. Completing the Square, 110. Solving Equations by Iteration*, 118. SSM Level 6: Powerpoint lesson - To find the circumference and area of a circle- clear explanation and examples.

Changing the Subject of a Formula, 67.

Objective: To be able to Rotate a shape around a given point. happy with the topic. Powers and Square Roots, 7. through other students' explanations for any questions you got Trial and Improvement, 69. Maths, CorbettMaths, Negative Numbers, 5. to GCSE Maths for the 2017 exams. Tallys and Charts, 22.

Perimeter, Area and Volume, 18. blog for some of the links. Inequalities - Shading Regions, 103.

mr barton maths Teachers Students Jokes Puzzles Blog Podcast Twitter ondemand_video YouTube Pinterest Diagnostic Questions info About Almost 10 years after it started, the aim of this website remains the same: to get everybody enjoying their maths a bit more.

Upper and Lower Bounds, 100.

Functions: Inverse*, 113.

Free maths resources from me, Craig Barton. your work, Then try the Diagnostic Questions Quiz on the topic, trying to

Questions requiring pupils to read information from pie charts and bar charts. Drawing Quadratic Graphs, 75. Averages from Frequency Tables, 93. But if you do find this website useful and you donât mind clicking on the odd advert or two, you will help keep Mrs Barton in the style she has become accustomed to. a simple worksheet on enlargement using axes, co-ordinates and positive integer centres of enlargements, SSM Transformations Level 5

Four questions about averages that pupils might find more interesting than the usual ones from the textbook. Probability and Relative Frequency, 90. might use these resources: A big thank you to the wonderful KESH Solving Equations using the Balance Method.

Circle Theorem Proofs*, 129. Algebraic Substitution, 35. Some questions and answers which pupils must decide whether they are right or wrong. Product of Prime Factors, HCF and LCM, 55.
Frequency Polygons, 51.

Volume and Surface Area of a Cylinder, 82. Operations with Fractions, 30. More difficult Rearranging Formula, 106. I am also the TES Maths Adviser and the host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast. Match up the shapes with their area and perimeters. Reverse Percentages, 95. Velocity Time Graphs (area under and gradient of curve)*, 128. A lesson that introduces pi and explains how to use it to find the area and circumference of a circle. Addition and Subtraction, 11. Powers, Roots and BIDMAS, 26. I am the creator of mrbartonmaths.com & diagnosticquestions.com.
Using Place Value, 56.

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Similar Shapes (length scale factor), 83. A nice bingo game to add some spice to solving simple linear equations.

Quadratic Inequalities*, 116. Websites in the World, My Area of Compound Shapes, 44. Highlights some key misconceptions. Whether you are a teacher looking to plan a great series of lessons, or a student looking for some extra help with a topic, hopefully mrbartonmaths.com will have something for you. Volume of a Prism, 81. A collection of challenging but interesting starter questions. Venn Diagrams Introduction*, 94.

more gaps, When you have done all you can, look at the answers and mark Thank you.

Drawing Straight Line Graphs, 72. This is ideal for KS3 and KS4 students. Compound Measures, 84.

2D and 3D Shapes, 20. Collecting Like Terms, 14. Expand and Factorise Quadratics, 76. Maths Genie The following resources are ideal for your GCSE Maths Revision. The chances are there will be a few mistakes here and there, so if you spot any please email me & I will correct them. Algebraic Proof, 109.

Conversion Graphs, 16.

A worksheet requiring pupils to substitute a range of numbers into a range of expressions. Drawing Cubic and Reciprocal Graphs, 77. Metric and Imperial Measures, 19. explain each answer, When you have finished the Quiz, click Review Answers and read

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Equation of a Tangent*, 115.

The notes were supposed to be written in a pupil-friendly way, and different to notes students might find in textbooks or elsewhere on the internet. Direct and Inverse Proportion, 99. Change the numbers and expressions to alter difficulty. Averages and Range, 24. Simultaneous Equations, 102. piece of paper, and try as many of the questions as you can, Now return to the worksheet to see if you can fill in some

Sine, Cosine Rule and Area of Triangles, 123. Solving Simultaneous Equations Graphically, 74. Compound Interest and Depreciation, 63.

Stem and Leaf Diagrams, 54. Recurring Decimals, 96.

Expanding and Factorising, 64.

Multiplication and Division, 12. Area of a Sector and Length of an Arc, 125. London WC1R 4HQ. Similar Shapes (Area and Volume Scale Factor), 121. An introduction to writing expressions and collecting like terms via little stories.

Angles in Triangles and Quadrilaterals, 37. Suitable for KS3 and lower KS4 students. Polygons.Powerpoint. Using a Calculator, 33. Distance, Time Graphs, 78. Cumulative Frequency and Box Plots, 131. Collecting Like Terms, 34

Ideal for KS3 and KS4 students.

I am also the TES Maths Adviser and the host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast.

Circle Theorems, 119. Trigonometric and Exponential Graphs*, 112. Solving Quadratics by Factorisation, 101. Foundation and Higher Topics (more I am the creator of mrbartonmaths.com & diagnosticquestions.com. This website and its content is subject to our Terms and TES Maths Resources Collections, AQA

Fractions of an Amount, 6. Conditional Probability with Venn Diagrams*, Mr B's Good registered in England (Company No 02017289) with its registered office at 26 Red Lion

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Hope they are of use! Probability with Venn Diagrams*, 133.

Proportion Recipes, 31. Questions and examples are included for students to practice and discuss.