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 April 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 April: “Inequalities Match-Up” links together inequalities with their graphs
2nd April: “Going for Gold” is ideal for practising unstructured, big mark GCSE questions
3rd April: Spice up bearings by using them to plot constellations!
4th April: A simple, engaging fractions of an amount mini treasure hunt
5th April: Practise calculating squares, cubes and roots with this decoder puzzle
6th April: An excellent Moments revision sheet for students studying the Mechanics 1 module
7th April: A complete lesson on negative numbers from one of my favourite uploaders
8th April: A well made version of the classic Higher or Lower probability game
9th April: A GCSE Revision Carousel activity for Higher Tier covering loads of topics
10th April: Using speed, distance and time to understand galactic scales!
11th April: Group work problem solving activities that are ideal for Years 7 and 8
12th April: I love these Core 1 and Core 2 Revision Treasure Hunts
13th April: Superb activity to expose misconceptions with loci and constructions
14th April: A jam-packed, differentiated lesson on adding & subtracting fractions
15th April: Practise substitution and play snakes and ladders at the same time!
16th April: The Maths Vegas revision format is one of my all time favourites
17th April: “Which relationship?” tests trigonometry and Pythagoras skills to the limit
18th April: Challenging surface area questions that test many areas of maths
19th April: An incredible maths timeline wall display
20th April: What is the probability of life in the Milky Way? Use this to investigate!
21st April: A complete, differentiated lesson on dividing and sharing in a ratio
22nd April: Complete lesson (& homework!) on further indices laws designed for new GCSE
23rd April: This “Top 20 GCSE Maths Skills” has been rolled out to all our Year 11s
24th April: An amazing set of maths investigations and puzzle aimed at younger students
25th April: An algebraic substitution lesson full of ideas!
26th April: My very own “Dotty Thinking” activity gets a box plot remix!
27th April: “Table Learning Games” are ideal for consolidating basic number skills in a fun way
28th April: Fraction Talk is designed to promote positive discussion between students
29th April: “Tick or Trash?” returns! This time it is negative numbers
30th April: A wonderful constructing triangles treasure hunt