Each lesson contains a file for the lesson and a linked review session. The notes cover both parts and give objectives, key issues etc. Each line in the table represents a ‘page’ in the flash file.

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Theme – titles may be different in review fileLessonReviewNotes
The Frogs Puzzle
Simple formulae
A frog number puzzle
 Problems1
See blog article
for much more
Problems1rNotes
Max Box Investigation
Painted Cube Problem
 Problems2Problems2rTo follow
Line Segment Problem
Counters Problem
Problems3Problems3r 
The tangram
Square shapes
Inside a square
Problems4Problems4rNotes
The pieces of the tangram
Pinboard shapes
3-D shapes
Problems5Problems5rNotes

Algebra Starters

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Algebra Y6&Y7 (Notes here)Algebra Y8&Y9 (Notes here)
Counting on
Evaluating a term
Matching expressions
Matching functions
Matching graphs 1
Matching graphs 2
Pyramid numbers
Seeing Sequences
Simple equations
Co-ordinates and straight lines
Equation hexagons
Equations of lines
Making and solving equations
Points on straight lines
Solving equations and substitution
Straight line graphs 1: O and X
Straight line graphs 2: O and X
More to follow

Fraction, Decimal, Percentage and Ratio Starters

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Fraction, Decimal, Percentage and Ratio Y6&Y7 (Notes here)Fraction, Decimal, Percentage and Ratio Y8&Y9 (Notes here)
Decimals to a fraction
Equivalent fractions
Equivalent ratios
Finding percentages
Find the fraction
Fractions and percentages
Fractions of a quantity
Making one
Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10
Assorted number questions
Assorted number questions: 0 and X
Decimal division
Decimal multiplication
Decimal multiplication squares
Decimal and number multiplication
Fractions, decimals and percentages
Fractions of a quantity
Improper fractions
Mental arithmetic (decimals)
Multiplying decimals
Ordering fractions
Ordering fractions and decimals
Ordering fractions and percentages
Ordering harder fractions
Percentage calcuations
Rounding
More to follow

Geometry Starters

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Geometry Y6&Y7 (Notes here)Geometry Y8&Y9 (Notes here)
Angles in a triangle
Areas and perimeters of rectangles
Co-ordinate practice
Co-ordinate quadrilaterals
Find the centre
Making dice
Mirror writing
Reflection
Rotation
Rotation challenge
Translation
Triangle types
Area of triangles
Areas of quadrilaterals
Congruent shapes
Co-ordinate practice
Co-ordinates and midpoints
Missing angles
More to follow

Measure and Miscellaneous Starters

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Measures Y6&Y7 (Notes here)Measures Y8&Y9 (Notes here)
Know your units
The right unit
Converting metric quantities
Know your units
Letter code hexagons
Vocabulary hexagons
Vocabulary hexagon anagrams
More to follow

Number Starters

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Number Y6&Y7 (Notes here)Number Y8&Y9 (Notes here)
Adding and subtracting numbers and decimals
Code cracking
Combining numbers
Consecutive sums
Countdown
Directed numbers
Doubles and halves
Evaluating expressions
Factors of numbers
Missing operations
Multiplication by powers of 10
Multiplications and divisions
Number complements
Properties of numbers
Prime sums
Rounding numbers
Simple multiplication and division
Square Digits
Squares and square roots
The number 34
Times table practice
Add and subtract directed numbers
Addition and subtraction
Dart scores
Directed numbers: O and X
Magic squares
Mental arithmetic (integers)
Multiplication squares
Number darts
Number pairs
Powers of ten
Properties of numbers
Simple powers of 10
Squares and cubes
Squares, cubes and their roots
Sums of squares
Wall numbers
More to follow

Statistics and Probability Starters

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Statistics Y6&Y7 (Notes here)Statistics Y8&Y9 (Notes here)
Bar chart and statistics
Finding means
Finding probabilities
Reading a bar chart
The mean
Finding statistics
Testing numbers
More to follow

Here are flash files for 12 lessons for KS3 Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Each lesson contains a file for the lesson and a linked review session. The notes cover both parts and give objectives, key issues etc. Each line in the table represents a ‘page’ in the flash file.

If you use Chrome as your browser then these interactive files might not work (you are instead asked if you want to Keep or Discard the files), then Discard and go to the link here and follow the instructions to enable the relevant plugin. Mac and Windows instructions are both there: scroll down. You only have to do this once. You will need relevant permission to do this on the computer.

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Teacher Notes are not yet in place

Theme – titles may be different in review fileLessonReviewNotes     TO BE ADDED LATER
Fractions of a square
Making fractions
Equivalent fractions
F1F1rF1
Dice fractions on a line
Your own dice fractions
Dice fractions of a number
Comparing two dice fractions
F2F2rF2
Equivalent fractions and the fraction wall
Combining fractions
F3F3rF3
Converting decimals to fractions 1
Converting decimals to fractions 2
F4F4rF4
Starting from fractions
Starting from decimals
Starting from percentages
Fractions of a quantity
Percentages of a quantity
F5F5r F5
The fraction wall
Fractions in rectangles
Converting fractions to decimals
 F6F6rF6
Addition and subtraction of fractions
Fractions in rectangles
 F7F7r F7
Looking at numbers
Converting fractions to decimals
Fractions of a number
 F8F8r F8
The equivalence of fractions, decimals and percentages
Calculating percentages
 F9F9r F9
The lowest common denominator
Adding and subtracting fractions
Multiplying fractions
Dividing a whole number by a fraction
Dividing fractions
 F10F10r F10
Percentage calculations
Percentage scales
Money questions
 F11F11r F11
Fractions and recurring decimals
Recurring decimals to fractions
 F12F12r F12

Here are flash files for 9 lessons for KS3 Ratio and Proportion

Each lesson contains a file for the lesson and a linked review session. The notes cover both parts and give objectives, key issues etc. Each line in the table represents a ‘page’ in the flash file.

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Teacher Notes for all Ratio and Proportion files.

Theme – titles may be different in review fileLessonReviewNotes
Proportions
Recipes and mixtures
Simple proportion problems
Ratio1Ratio1rR&P1
Simple sharing and ratio
More sharing and ratio
Ratio and proportion
Simplifying ratio
Ratio2Ratio2r R&P2 
Direct proportion graphs
Comparing graphs
Ratio3Ratio3r R&P3 
Converting units
The unitary method
Three part ratios
Ratio4 Ratio4r  R&P4 
Reading scales
Finding distances
Bearings
Ratio5Ratio5rR&P5 
Ratios and proportion
Ratios and proportion in a rectangle
Ratio questions
Ratio6Ratio6r  R&P6
Direct proportion
Making your own paint
Ratio7Ratio7r  R&P7
The hectare
The size of units
Converting between different units
Areas of rectangles
Currency conversions
Ratio8Ratio8r R&P8 
Maps and scales
Scale drawing
Scale factors and areas
 Ratio9Ratio9r R&P9 

Here are flash files for 11 lessons for KS3 probability

ProbabilityInteractives

Each lesson contains a file for the lesson and a linked review session. The notes cover both parts and give objectives, key issues etc. Each line in the table represents a ‘page’ in the flash file.

If you use Chrome as your browser then these interactive files might not work (you are instead asked if you want to Keep or Discard the files), then Discard and go to the link here and follow the instructions to enable the relevant plugin. Mac and Windows instructions are both there: scroll down. You only have to do this once. You will need relevant permission to do this on the computer.

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Teacher Notes for all Probability files.

Theme – titles may be different in review fileLessonReviewNotes
Impossible, unlikely, likely and certain
Your own probabilities
A card game for probabilities
Higher or lower game
P1P1rProb1
Probability and digit cards
Probability and words
Probability and dice
P2P2rProb2
Digit cards
Balloons
Throwing discs
P3 P3rProb3
Two coins
Two dice 1
Two dice 2
Two dice questions
 P4P4rProb4
Football goals
The dice and coin experiment
The difference between two dice
P5P5rProb5
Dominoes
An unfair spinner
P6P6rProb6
Probability statements
Tins of fruit
P7P7rProb7
Choosing a rule
Which spinner?
Design your own spinner
P8P8r Prob8
Probability notation
Counters 1
Counters 2
P9 P9rProb9
Throwing coins 1
Throwing coins 2
Spinners
 P10P10rProb10
Designing an experiment
Buffon’s needle
Experimental probability
P11 P11rProb11

Here are flash files for 19 lessons for KS3 statistics

Each lesson contains a file for the lesson and a linked review session. The notes cover both parts and give objectives, key issues etc. Each line in the table represents a ‘page’ in the flash file.

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Theme – titles may be different in review file LessonReviewNotes
Finding the mode
Calculating the mean
Pocket money and the mean
S1S1r 
Finding the median
Calculating the range
Pie charts
S2S2r 
Travel to school – your ideas
Travel to school – your data collection sheet
Your data collection sheet
S3S3r 
Bar charts for comparison
Bar chart for grouped discrete data
Bar-line graphs for discrete variables
Pie charts
S4S4r
Interpreting bar charts for comparison
Interpreting bar chart for grouped discrete data
Interpreting bar-line graphs for discrete variables
Interpreting pie charts
S5S5r 
Comparing statistics for two dice
The UK population (2001 census)
S6S6r 
Data collection
Data presentation
Data interpretation
S7S7r 
Throwing a dice 1
Throwing a dice 2
S8S8r 
Discrete and continuous data 1
Discrete and continuous data 2
Grouping discrete data
Two way tables
S9S9r 
Mean, median or mode?
Stem-and-leaf diagrams
The mean, median, mode and range
S10S10r 
Pie charts for categorical data
Compound bar charts
Drawing a scatter graph
S11S11r 
Grouping continuous data
Line graphs comparing temperatures
The cooling cup of tea
S12S12r 
Bar charts and statistics
Bar charts and line graphs
 S13S13r 
Comparing data in tables
Population pyramids
S14S14r 
Making conjectures
Sample sizes
Designing a data collection sheet
S15S15r 
Class intervals
Frequency diagrams
Time series
Representing data
S16S16r 
Two way tables
Scatter graphs
Correlation
S17S17r 
Mean, median and mode
Choosing the most appropriate average
Problem solving
S18S18r 
Correlation
National averages
Comparing data
 S19 S19r 

To follow: The gallery below shows first screen for each of the lesson and review files, with each review file following the appropriate lesson file.

Here are flash files for 7 lessons for KS3 transformation of shapes

Each lesson contains a file for the lesson and a linked review session. The notes cover both parts and give objectives, key issues etc. Each line in the table represents a ‘page’ in the flash file.

If you use Chrome as your browser then these interactive files might not work (you are instead asked if you want to Keep or Discard the files), then Discard and go to the link here and follow the instructions to enable the relevant plugin. Mac and Windows instructions are both there: scroll down. You only have to do this once. You will need relevant permission to do this on the computer.

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Theme – titles may be different in review file LessonReviewNotes
Symmetrical and non-symmetrical shapes
Reflecting a point
Making quadrilaterals
Two mirrors
T1T1r 
Rotational symmetry
Finding out about rotations
Rotations of 90 degrees
T2T2r
Filling a triangle
Translated triangles and different grids
Translated shapes and different grids
T3T3r 
Combinations of transformationsT4T4r 
Combinations of transformationsT5T5r 
The spider’s web
Enlargement
More enlargements
T6T6r 
Combining two transformations
Finding transformations 1
Finding transformations 2
T7T7r 

To follow: The gallery below shows first screen for each of the lesson and review files, with each review file following the appropriate lesson file.