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 July 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 July: An interactive differentiated worksheet generator for expanding brackets
2nd July: A lovely set of PowerPoints on how to read and write bearings
3rd July: A nice way to visualise the famous grains of rice on a chessboard
4th July: A colourful clear way of working with fractions that make a whole
5th July: A collection of questions for regular practice on changing the subject
6th July: I love the OCR check in tests – this is on polygon properties
7th July: A Help Sheet and consolidation questions on constructions
8th July: A lovely set of questions on angles in polygons – not your usual ones!
9th July: A great exploration into the equation of a circle for GCSE
10th July: “Find someone who” is a lovely way to consolidate speed, distance, time
11th July: One for us Stats teachers: visualise confidence intervals on Excel
12th July: Ever wanted a formula for solving cubic equations? Here you go
13th July: A nice crossword puzzle on order of operations
14th July: A fun starter activity that is ideal for revising number properties
15th July: It’s amazing the range of questions you can ask on the 4 times table!
16th July: Shadows are made from a 3D shape. What is the 3D shape?
17th July: A short investigation into a puzzling percentages problem
18th July: A lovely collection of misleading graphs to provoke discussion
19th July: Assess students’ rounding skills all in one go!
20th July: Fraction picture, problem, calculation, solution match-up activity
21st July: A comprehensive Pythagoras revision activity
22nd July: A game of Snap with a negative numbers twist!
23rd July: Coordinate geometry and Pythagoras are needed for this aviation problem
24th July: My favourite spider activity now covers basic calculus!
25th July: A structured investigation into graphical transformations
26th July: A comprehensive lesson on place value
27th July: Use bar modelling for fractions of an amount
28th July: A gentle introduction to solving equations, complete with answers
29th July: A great review of area and circumference with plenty of variety in the Qs
30th July: A really nice expression match-up activity
31st July: A graphical way to see the purpose of expanding & factorising quadratics