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Transformations Pack: Students must reflect, rotate and translate different shapes to reveal the secret pictures! Pack contains: 1. Translations Mystery Picture Suitable for younger students just learning translations and vectors 2. Reflections
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360 ratings
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A set of angle construction activities based around space rockets. Students have to construct accurate versions of two different spaceships by using a protractor and ruler to draw all of the lines and angles correctly. The first space ship is a
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Similar Triangles Snap! A Matching Activity. In this activity there are 14 triangles and students must match them into pairs that are similar. Once they have matched them into pairs of similar triangles, they must then use the fact they are
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A set of four activities to introduce probability in words, fractions, decimals and percentages. Includes using the probability scale, designing spinners and a true or false activity: *Probability in Words* Students need to decide whether each of
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Pack contains: 1. Rational Exponents and Radicals Match Three! (Version 1)â€” Match the cards into groups of three that are equivalent. This version only includes unit fractions in the exponents. 2. Rational Exponents and Radicals Match Three!
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Inverse Functions: A set of mixed up functions which students must put into pairs of inverses. Requires students to simplify simple expressions and think about the order of operations. Students record answers in a table so it is easy to check if
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\$1.00
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Percentages of an Amount Mystery Activity! Use the clue cards to calculate the missing numbers in the grid. Example clues: The number in the top right is 50% of the number in the bottom left... The numbers in the bottom row add up to 35% of
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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\$1.50
86 ratings
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Rotation Symmetry: A collection of worksheets and activities on all rotation symmetry topics: Rotation about a central point Describing Rotations (direction, degree & centre) Rotation Symmetry Designs (Great Display Work) x 2 Rotation
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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\$4.00
84 ratings
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Congruent Triangles Snap! In this activity there are 14 triangles. Students must match them into pairs that are definitely congruent. Once they have matched them congruent triangles, they must then work out the missing sides and angles. As an
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81 ratings
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Transformations: Reflection, Rotation, Dilation & Translation Activities and Worksheets! This pack includes: *Draw that Alien! Reflection Symmetry Activities* You can preview this activity here. It contains a set of half drawn alien pictures
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105 ratings
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A set of reflection symmetry worksheets based around aliens. Students have to complete the alien pictures by reflecting the half drawn in the mirror line. Once students have completed the pictures, as an extension they can then design their own
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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\$2.50
88 ratings
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Equivalent Fractions Mega Bundle! An introductory lesson on equivalent fractions including worksheets, activities and games. Includes: equivalent fractions lesson plan, dominoes, matching activity, puzzle, maze, bingo and assessment exit slips.
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\$4.00
100 ratings
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Factoring Quadratics - Match the Factors to the Quadratics! Students must match pairs of factors from the first table so that they multiply to make the quadratics in the second table. In reality, the only way to do this is to factor the quadratics
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\$1.50
60 ratings
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Two Way Tables: Interpreting & Completing Three different activities to help students learn how to complete and read and two way tables. 1. Two Way Tables: Logic Puzzles Two puzzles where students must use the clues to work out the missing
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59 ratings
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Pemdas: A set of five pemdas activities, including a code breaker, matching activity, maze, puzzles and a quiz to help students master the order of operations. Pack Includes: Pemdas Puzzles These puzzles require students to use pemdas to figure out
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67 ratings
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Arithmetic Sequences: Four fun activities and teacher tools to help students develop and practise the ability to find the nth term of an arithmetic sequence. Includes: *Nth Term Matching Activity* Students must match each sequences to its 10th term
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45 ratings
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This pack includes: *Negative Exponents Match Three! (Version 1)* Match the cards into groups of three that are equivalent. This first version only includes integer exponents; *Negative Exponents Match Three! (Version 2)* Harderâ€”Match the cards
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50 ratings
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Creating Dilations with Positive, Negative & Fractional Scale Factors: 1. Three worksheets that give students plenty of chance to practise dilating shapes by positive, negative and fractional scale factors from a point given. 2. Two
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36 ratings
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Circle Theorems Code Breaker Puzzle Students practise using the main circle theorems with this code breaker puzzle. Each problem they solve spells out a word in a secret message!. Uses the following circle theorems: 1. Angle inscribed on a
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\$1.50
41 ratings
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Students have to work out where different combinations of vectors will take them around the grid. They can then match them to the answers at the bottom of the sheet. I found it helped my students to understand the difference between a and -a and
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26 ratings
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently in my 5th year of teaching, 2 years in the UK and 3 years in the Middle East. I've taught the British and American examination systems.

MY TEACHING STYLE

"Memory is the residue of thought" - D Willingham. Students learn what they practise and think about deeply. Finding thought-provoking and novel ways of practising is my aim.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Degree in Psychology & Cognitive Neuroscience. Diploma in Mathematics. Post-Graduate Certificate in Education (Maths).