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 February 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 February: A fantastic interactive teaching aid for all aspects of bearings

2nd February: “Make the Totals” is a simple, engaging activity to practise addition and multiplication

3rd February: An absolutely superb non-calculator GCSE revision activity

4th February: A fantastic “tick or trash” activity on adding and subtracting fractions

5th February: A wonderful, rich data lesson about population size and the Olympics

6th February: A superb introduction to Venn Diagrams, using a clear, visual method

7th February: Frosty is back, this time with complete coverage of Indices for GCSE

8th February: A lovely GCSE Starter activity, covering a wide range of topics

9th February: Can you use Estimation to work out how much water the Great Pyramid can hold?

10th February: A lovely use of the New York Subway to study graph theory

11th February: This “Gradients and Distance” Game is quirky, challenging and engaging

12th February: Uses skills such as volume and properties of circles in an engaging, real world context

13th February: A fun activity to practice finding the midpoint between two coordinates

14th February: “Fairground Probability” makes use of sample space diagrams and tree diagrams

15th February: A really nice puzzle involving ordering negative numbers

16th February: A complete, really well structured lesson on standard form

17th February: A top-quality, complete lesson on ratio and scale drawing

18th February: A complete lesson on the basics of laws of indices, complete with lots of activities

19th February: Students must match up sketches, factorised form & the minimum point of quadratics

20th February: I adore this prime factor decomposition logical problem

21st February: A lovely activity to practice very basic multiplication

22nd February: A really useful collection of tricky straight li9ne graphs questions for the new GCSE

23rd February: This football pitches activity is ideal for scale drawings, perimeter & converting units

24th February: A simple, but effective codebreaker on adding and subtracting negative numbers

25th February: A superb GCSE intervention pack on sequences, functions and graphs

26th February: A complete lesson on Iteration for the new maths GCSE

27th February: A superb lesson and worksheet for introducing prime numbers

28th February: This varied collection of 11 Lock Problems is simply superb