The Resources within this shop are all designed for the teaching of Mathematics for those in the age range 5 - 18 years old. Most resources consist of a PowerPoint lesson followed by a worksheet for the students.
With over twenty eight years of experience, the powerpoint/worksheets within the shop have been used successfully by myself and colleagues over that time. As a previous Assistant head, head of curriculum and with over 30 years of experience, the department has yearly been judged as adding substantial value to students grades.

Linear Sequences: Finding the nth term

Lesson 1: Continuing a sequence
This lesson looks at students being able to continue a sequence from a given rule, or obtaining a pattern from the numbers already given in the sequence. Through worked examples students get their first insight to the work Mathematics → Algebra | Price: $3

Probability Tree Diagrams

This is a one lesson power point which shows students how to successfully draw a tree diagram for two events occurring. Each example then demonstrates how the tree diagram can be used to work out the various probabilities. The power point ends with a numb Mathematics → Statistics | Price: $2

Pie Charts

This lesson looks at revising Pie charts. It is a combination of worked examples and four worked through questions. The last two slides can be printed so that students can attempt the questions set before the teacher reveals the answers. Mathematics → Statistics | Price: $1.20

Pythagoras' Theorem

This is three PowerPoints in one
Lesson1: Introduces students to the knowledge of Pythagoras' Theorem. Through worked examples students will firstly learn how to calculate the Hypotenuse side.
Lesson2: Looks at finding one of the smaller sides.
Les Mathematics → Geometry | Price: $3

Fraction of a quantity

This is a PowerPoint lesson with several worked examples which show students how to work out the fraction of a quantity. Mathematics → Numbers | Price: $1

Transformations: Reflections

The Power point helps the teacher demonstrate how a shape such as a triangle or rectangle can be reflected in a given line. Following the Power point are six questions which can be printed for students to attempt in class or for homework.
Mathematics → Geometry | Price: $2

Transformations: Rotations

The Power point helps the teacher demonstrate how a shape such as a triangle or rectangle can be rotated by a given angle with the use of tracing paper. Following the Power point are four papers which can be printed for students to attempt in class or for Mathematics → Geometry | Price: $2