TES Maths Resource of the Day: January 2017

Each day I select one of my favourite free maths resources that have been uploaded and shared by the generous and incredibly talented users of the TES Maths website and tweet it out via @TESmaths. I call this feature Resource of the Day (ROTD).

Here are my January selections. Just click on the resource description to download it.

And of course, all the resources selected are completely free. You just need to register on the TES website to download them.  And as ever, a huge thank you to all the teachers who share resources. You make TES what it is  :-)

1st January: Matching Cubic Graphs with their Equations is great for A Level & the new GCSE
2nd January: This unstructured problem solving activity is ideal for the new Higher Tier GCSE
3rd January: Quite simply the best Golden Ratio resource I’ve ever seen
4th January: 73 slides of every type of quadratic equations practice you could imagine
5th January: 4 Quick Questions is perfect for the start of your lesson, and there are 200 of them!
6th January: This multi-stage problem solving activity is perfect for the demands of the new GCSE
7th January: From straight lines, through to quadratics and cubics, it is all covered here
8th January: I got a bit addicted to Grid Sums in 2016. A lovely, rich activity
9th January: This Pythagoras and Trigonometry question generator is simply superb 
10th January: Going for Gold is a series of 10 lessons full of problem solving tasks
11th January: This epic collection of homeworks for all year groups is just incredible
12th January: These revision booklets for the new GCSE are a Godsend for students & teachers
13th January: I’m a fan of low-stakes mini assessments, and this set is ideal
14th January: Two lovely real world setting that make use of ratio
15th January: Some cracking Expanding Brackets differentiated worksheets, with answers!
16th January: My students and I are more than a little addicted to Area Maze problems
17th January: This GCSE Intervention Pack is superb in its coverage and quality!
18th January: A really well presented resource on exponential graphs and their inverse
19th January: A challenging, engaging activity about different forms of straight line graphs 
20th January: An introduction to exponential growth and decay with real world applications 
21st January: “Facial Functions” is a fun way to quickly assess students’ knowledge of shapes of graphs
22nd January: A fantastic codebreaker using the various laws of indices 
23rd January: Dr Frost is back with an epic surds collection. Some flipping tough questions here! 
24th January: A wonderful visual sequences activity, building up to quadratics
25th January: This is ideal for Edexcel S1 revision, but could be adapted for AQA & OCR 
26th January: A rich, challenging, engaging activity on straight line graphs
27th January: A lovely set of low stakes mini assessments on a variety of topics
28th January: An excellent way to add some richness to place value calculations
29th January: An excellent teaching aid for helping students get comfortable with bearings
30th January: A superb “tick or trash” activity on adding and subtracting fractions
31st January: A lovely plan for a data lesson, investigating population size v Olympic success

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2 thoughts on “TES Maths Resource of the Day: January 2017

  1. Hi Craig,

    Thanks for such a useful range of resources – that’s really valuable. I will probably be dipping into this list over the months ahead.

    I wonder whether your readers might be interested in the new GCSE maths revision guide I’ve published at https://www.rsleducational.co.uk/blog/blog/47-powerful-gcse-maths-revision-tips-to-try-now .

    I’ve tried to make it more comprehensive and actionable than anything that’s out there already: the idea is to give students a range of approaches which might work if others haven’t, as well as introducing some ideas (some of which will be new for many students) about how to approach the lead up to exams and the tests themselves.

    Many thanks,


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