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 August 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 November: Designed for primary, these Number & Place Value assessments provide key practice
2nd November: Balancing Numbers is a simple, but very effective way of consolidating mental arithmetic
3rd November: A detailed look at calculating nth term of a quadratic sequence for the new GCSE
4th November: Can your students work out which of the following deals are the “best buys”?
5th November: Designed for the AQA Level 2 in Further Maths, a lovely lesson on turning points
6th November: A very impressive simplifying surds matching activity
7th November: This Index Law Treasure Hunt is perfect for a quick recap of the basics
8th November: A quick-fire quiz on identifying significant figures
9th November: A useful Pythagoras card sort to cover the basics
10th November: Some original Indices questions, ideal for Core 1 or as a GCSE extension activity
11th November: I like this! A folder structure for organising your resources for the new Maths GCSE
12th November: A lovely set of activities for investigating the circle theorems using GeoGebra
13th November: Designed for primary, this practical recording measurements activity is ideal for Y7/8
14th November: A great lesson linking HCF and LCM to prime factor decomposition
15th November: If your students need plenty of practice on the cosine rule, this is ideal!
16th November: A complete lesson on the basics of plotting straight lines from tables
17th November: A workbook and complete set of PowerPoints on all aspects of surds for GCSE or A Level
18th November: A really nice set of mini assessments, designed for Year 8, on a variety of topics
19th November: An outstanding set of positive mindset posters for mathematics
20th November: “Commenting on Election Data” is a useful look at statistics in action in the real world
21st November: “Going Viral” is a nice activity to introduce exponential growth at GCSE
22nd November: “Rent to Own” is one of a series of excellent financial literacy resources
23rd November: Can students find the relationship between these sets of five co-ordinates?
24th November: A simple, but effective, worksheet on area and perimeter of compound shapes
25th November: A really nice introduction to recurrence relations, a topic new to GCSE Maths
26th November: A bundle of really nice scatter diagram activities and discussion points
27th November: This statistical terms Tarsia is ideal to check students understand key GCSE vocabulary
28th November: A really interesting activity where students produce a Vitruvian Man just like Da Vinci!
29th November: Uses a holiday review website to look at the suitability of different averages
30th November: A super worksheet on the volume of pyramids & cones, which is self-marking