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 is a summary of November. 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
09 November 2015 “diffuse the bomb” gets a make-over for 5 key Core 2 topics
10 November 2015 this 18 lesson numeracy catch-up programme, aimed at Year 7, is amazing!
11 November 2015 an amazing collection of the key Data Handling key points students need for GCSE
12 November 2015 practise times tables in a rich, strategic, fun way with Build and Army
13 November 2015 to pass through this maze students need to be adding fraction experts!
14 November 2015 a top quality, differentiated lesson on parallel and perpendicular lines
15 November 2015 I love jeopardy games on TES, and this one on indices is a particular classic
16 November 2015 revision of all the key aspects of Percentages needed for Higher GCSE
17 November 2015 a lovely set of worksheets on vectors, aimed specifically at Foundation GCSE
18 November 2015 a wonderful, complete, well-structured lesson on stratified sampling
19 November 2015 “transformation codebreakers” provides engaging practise of all 4 transformations
20 November 2015 this rich maths task investigates what happens when you average sets of numbers
21 November 2015 these number revision/practise cards are ideal for Grade C or Key Stage 3 students
22 November 2015 I’m obviously biased, but I love these Area and Perimeter Venn Diagrams
23 November 2015 a lovely lesson on fractions, decimals, reciprocals and rational numbers
24 November 2015 a simple, effective, brilliant probability puzzle
25 November 2015 this simplifying algebraic fractions card sort is challenging and engaging
26 November 2015 a well-planned lesson on standard form with plenty of variety
27 November 2015 a superb set of speed, distance, time resources
28 November 2015 the bomb is ticking, and only students’ knowledge of Core 1 can possibly save the day!
29 November 2015 this geometric progression problem could even be used for the new GCSE
30 November 2015 these shape revision/practise cards are ideal for Grade C or Key Stage 3 students