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TES Maths ROTD: September 2016

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 September 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 September: Back 2 School: An amazing set of first week activities, with a fair bit of lovely maths in there :-) 
2nd September: Back 2 School: Diffy is the first lesson we give our new Year 7s – a Mr Barton favourite! 
3rd September: Back 2 School: These problem solving cards are ideal for early exposure to non routine problems
4th September: Back 2 School: These transition worksheets & answers are ideal for your new Maths A Level students 
5th September: Back 2 School: Give your new Year 11s these amazing Revision Booklets for the new Maths GCSE 
6th September: Back 2 School: This epic collection of puzzle sheets can help kick start a year of maths in style 
7th September: Back 2 School: See how rusty their algebra skills have become with this delightful crossnumber 
8th September: Back 2 School: Time for homework yet? Here is a year’s worth! 
9th September: Back 2 School: Introduce your new Year 12s to the delights of Core 1 with this activity
10th September: Back 2 School: GCSE Question of the Day contains 50 top-quality, non-routine problems
11th September: Back 2 School: A really simple but incredibly effective Number of the Day starter template 
12th September: A good set of loop cards for practising key angle facts
13th September: A complete guide to solving quadratic equations including problem solving 
14th September: This lovely codebreaker looks at angle properties of polygons 
15th September: Can students use their knowledge of angles on a parallel line to cross the maze? 
16th September: A really nice set of questions combining algebra and co-ordinates
17th September: “Corridor Bearings” takes everyone’s favourite topic on the move! 
18th September: A circle theorem match-up activity complete with interactive demonstrations 
19th September: Cover a vast amount of Higher GCSE all by looking at one box :-) 
20th September: A fantastic lesson for identifying quadrilateral properties and finding missing angles 
21st September: An engaging symmetry activity using company logos 
22nd September: A high quality worksheet covering inequalities on number lines 
23rd September: Top quality area and perimeter codebreakers, with a corny joke as a bonus! 
24th September: Cover all 4 fraction operations with my very own Build an Army :-)
25th September: This Equations Ladder activity allows students to progress at their own pace 
26th September: An impressive lesson to introduce students to surds
27th September: Top quality past Higher GCSE questions on perimeter, area and volume 
28th September: Practice matching percentages to decimals in this fun, interactive game
29th September: “Cost of Jewellery” contains 3 differentiated lessons on all aspects of area 
30th September: This treasure hunt is ideal for consolidating understanding of circle theorems 

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