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: “Running Track” combines ratio, percentages, compound measures and more!
2nd July: “Will they meet?” is my romantic maths activity about transformations
3rd July: “Lunar Theme Park” combines mathematical know-how with business acumen!
4th July: “Project Office” is one of the best design-a-room style activities I have seen
5th July: “Average Student” is a fun, wide-ranging series of data lessons
6th July: “Plan a Holiday” is perfectly times with summer just around the corner!
7th July: “Misleading Data Activity” puts a lovely twist on data representation
8th July: “The Lottery” gets students thinking about probability and combinations
9th July: “Positive Differences” is one of my all time favourite activities
10th July: “Crest Pick Up and Run Project Ideas” is a wealth of inspiration!
11th July: Substitution codebreaker and anagram challenge!
12th July: A really well structured expanding double brackets activity
13th July: A lovely carousel activity on area and perimeter of sectors
14th July: Angle Pile-Up tests all the basic angle facts
15th July: A simply amazing set of differentiated homeworks for the new GCSE
16th July: Practise substitution and speed, distance time with this SUVAT resource
17th July: A very challenging area and perimeter worksheet, complete with answers!
18th July: A lovely, visual way of teaching adding & subtracting negative numbers
19th July: Complete coverage of multiplying and dividing algebraic fractions
20th July: The ability to understand bearings is needed to survive the apocalypse!
21st July: A lovely prime factorisation coded challenge
22nd July: Collect a Joke time! Here it is Pythagoras and Trigonometry
23rd July: 20 past GCSE questions on everything about circles you could ever imagine!
24th July: Get this lovely Core 3 Revision Clock saved for next year!
25th July: A wide range of questions (and answers!) on completing the square
26th July: A wonderful Taboo game on inequalities on number lines
27th July: A comprehensive lesson and fractional and negative indices
28th July: Lovely coverage of solving linear equations using the balance method
29th July: “The Gold Rush” helps revise both surds and indices in a fun way
30th July: Get this lovely Statistics 1 revision resource banked for next year!
31st July: A well structured worksheet on logs, together with answers!