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: This could be used in form time or as a starter to help understand key maths vocab
2nd February: Trick GCSE trigonometry topics covered by questions and full worked solutions
3rd February: Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10 is covered beautifully by this resource
4th February: A fun introduction to different types of averages using… bricks!
5th February: Differentiated worksheet on changing the subject of a formulae, together with answers
6th February: These Speed Addition and Subtraction sheets get lessons off to a flyer!
7th February: A sound knowledge of area of shapes is needed to help landscape this garden
8th February: My Y11s are a bit ropey with the quadratic formulae. I’m giving them this!
9th February: A really solid lesson on expanding double brackets
10th February: A fun game of Snap involving diagrams, fractions, decimals and percentages
11th February: One of TES’ top authors has put together a lovely lesson on tally charts
12th February: These factors, multiples and primes loop cards could be used as lovely card sort
13th February: I love speed dating tasks for fun revision, and this trigonometry one is excellent
14th February: A simple, but very effective, worksheet on negative enlargement scale factors
15th February: A nice set of ratio and percentage worded problems
16th February: I can see me getting a bit obsessed with these Grid Sum puzzles. Loads of potential!
17th February: A really well structured version of the classic “Probability with M&Ms” activity
18th February: Many of my students struggle drawing axes. This lovely resource might just help!
19th February: One of the best “Golden Ratio” activities I have ever seen!
20th February: Can you help Batman with his HCF and LCM dilemma? Lovely stuff!
21st February: A simple, engaging addition & subtraction game. Ideal for lower attaining students
22nd February: A bundle of top quality Tarsia jigsaw files for Core 3
23rd February: Investigate how completing the square relates to quadratic graphs
24th February: Functions are on the new GCSE. This resource is an excellent introduction!
25th February: Upper and Lower bounds, including new inequality notation for the new GCSE
26th February: A lovely resource to introduce students to the 4 transformations
27th February: Introduce students to the beauty of a Venn Diagram via the X-Men! 🙂
28th February: A differentiated and functional lesson on scale drawing
29th February: The Frog Project is a lovely, rich investigation using adding fractions