TES Maths ROTD: June 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 June 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 June: Using the balance method to solve linear equations
2nd June: A solving quadratics codebreaker activity
3rd June: A great hands-on describing transformations activity
4th June: A lovely Lion King Co-ordinate picture collection 
5th June: Ideal for quick-fire assessment of substituting numbers into expressions
6th June: A fun worksheet for consolidating FDP equivalence
7th June: A nice, differentiated worksheet on the midpoint of a line segment
8th June: A lovely twist on compound area / missing sides questions 
9th June: Consolidate factorising quadratics using a noughts and crosses game
10th June: A set of 5 Numeracy Quizzes, ideal for form time
11th June: Looking at equivalent fractions by paper folding
12th June: Solving Exchange Rates problem using the box method 
13th June: A lovely carousel activity on area and perimeter of sectors
14th June: Two top-quality arithmetic tests that could be used with Years 5 to 8
15th June: I really like the Generation Game format to spice up a lesson
16th June: Discover the relationship between perpendicular lines and then apply
17th June: A simple, but effective worksheet on sale price using percentages
18th June: A superb Angle Chase activity that uses all the key angle facts 
19th June: A clear, structured worksheet for finding the equation of a line
20th June: A classic standard form codebreaker task 
21st June: An excellent Takeaway homework on Sequences and Graphs 
22nd June: Tick or Trash time! This time we are simplifying surds 
23rd June: Students use Kepler’s 3rd law to see if a planet is habitable!
24th June: I love the Maths Vegas lesson format. This time it’s Pythag and Trig 
25th June: A great set of questions describing rotations, reflections & translations
26th June: An excellent angle facts codebreaker
27th June: A good quality set of questions on mean and median 
28th June: Practise measuring using non standard units with this Frozen inspired activity
29th June: A fun, imaginative way to check understanding of distance-time graphs 
30th June: A lesson, worksheet and answers on proportionality from tables 

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