## Problems

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 |
Lesson |
Review |
Notes |

The Frogs Puzzle Simple formulae A frog number puzzle |
Problems1 See blog article for much more |
Problems1r | Notes |

Max Box Investigation Painted Cube Problem |
Problems2 | Problems2r | To follow |

Line Segment Problem Counters Problem |
Problems3 | Problems3r | |

The tangram Square shapes Inside a square |
Problems4 | Problems4r | Notes |

The pieces of the tangram Pinboard shapes 3-D shapes |
Problems5 | Problems5r | Notes |

## Starters

### Algebra Starters

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### Fraction, Decimal, Percentage and Ratio Starters

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### Geometry Starters

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### 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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### 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 |

## Fractions etc

### 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.

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Teacher Notes are not yet in place

Theme – titles may be different in review file |
Lesson |
Review |
Notes
TO BE ADDED LATER |

Fractions of a square Making fractions Equivalent fractions |
F1 | F1r | F1 |

Dice fractions on a line Your own dice fractions Dice fractions of a number Comparing two dice fractions |
F2 | F2r | F2 |

Equivalent fractions and the fraction wall Combining fractions |
F3 | F3r | F3 |

Converting decimals to fractions 1 Converting decimals to fractions 2 |
F4 | F4r | F4 |

Starting from fractions Starting from decimals Starting from percentages Fractions of a quantity Percentages of a quantity |
F5 | F5r | F5 |

The fraction wall Fractions in rectangles Converting fractions to decimals |
F6 | F6r | F6 |

Addition and subtraction of fractions Fractions in rectangles |
F7 | F7r | F7 |

Looking at numbers Converting fractions to decimals Fractions of a number |
F8 | F8r | F8 |

The equivalence of fractions, decimals and percentages Calculating percentages |
F9 | F9r | F9 |

The lowest common denominator Adding and subtracting fractions Multiplying fractions Dividing a whole number by a fraction Dividing fractions |
F10 | F10r | F10 |

Percentage calculations Percentage scales Money questions |
F11 | F11r | F11 |

Fractions and recurring decimals Recurring decimals to fractions |
F12 | F12r | F12 |

## Number

### 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 file |
Lesson |
Review |
Notes |

Proportions Recipes and mixtures Simple proportion problems |
Ratio1 | Ratio1r | R&P1 |

Simple sharing and ratio More sharing and ratio Ratio and proportion Simplifying ratio |
Ratio2 | Ratio2r | R&P2 |

Direct proportion graphs Comparing graphs |
Ratio3 | Ratio3r | R&P3 |

Converting units The unitary method Three part ratios |
Ratio4 | Ratio4r | R&P4 |

Reading scales Finding distances Bearings |
Ratio5 | Ratio5r | R&P5 |

Ratios and proportion Ratios and proportion in a rectangle Ratio questions |
Ratio6 | Ratio6r | R&P6 |

Direct proportion Making your own paint |
Ratio7 | Ratio7r | R&P7 |

The hectare The size of units Converting between different units Areas of rectangles Currency conversions |
Ratio8 | Ratio8r | R&P8 |

Maps and scales Scale drawing Scale factors and areas |
Ratio9 | Ratio9r | R&P9 |

## Probability

### Here are flash files for 11 lessons for KS3 probability

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Teacher Notes for all Probability files.

Theme – titles may be different in review file |
Lesson |
Review |
Notes |

Impossible, unlikely, likely and certain Your own probabilities A card game for probabilities Higher or lower game |
P1 | P1r | Prob1 |

Probability and digit cards Probability and words Probability and dice |
P2 | P2r | Prob2 |

Digit cards Balloons Throwing discs |
P3 | P3r | Prob3 |

Two coins Two dice 1 Two dice 2 Two dice questions |
P4 | P4r | Prob4 |

Football goals The dice and coin experiment The difference between two dice |
P5 | P5r | Prob5 |

Dominoes An unfair spinner |
P6 | P6r | Prob6 |

Probability statements Tins of fruit |
P7 | P7r | Prob7 |

Choosing a rule Which spinner? Design your own spinner |
P8 | P8r | Prob8 |

Probability notation Counters 1 Counters 2 |
P9 | P9r | Prob9 |

Throwing coins 1 Throwing coins 2 Spinners |
P10 | P10r | Prob10 |

Designing an experiment Buffon’s needle Experimental probability |
P11 | P11r | Prob11 |

## Statistics

### Here are flash files for 19 lessons for KS3 statistics

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Theme – titles may be different in review file |
Lesson |
Review |
Notes |

Finding the mode Calculating the mean Pocket money and the mean |
S1 | S1r | |

Finding the median Calculating the range Pie charts |
S2 | S2r | |

Travel to school – your ideas Travel to school – your data collection sheet Your data collection sheet |
S3 | S3r | |

Bar charts for comparison Bar chart for grouped discrete data Bar-line graphs for discrete variables Pie charts |
S4 | S4r | |

Interpreting bar charts for comparison Interpreting bar chart for grouped discrete data Interpreting bar-line graphs for discrete variables Interpreting pie charts |
S5 | S5r | |

Comparing statistics for two dice The UK population (2001 census) |
S6 | S6r | |

Data collection Data presentation Data interpretation |
S7 | S7r | |

Throwing a dice 1 Throwing a dice 2 |
S8 | S8r | |

Discrete and continuous data 1 Discrete and continuous data 2 Grouping discrete data Two way tables |
S9 | S9r | |

Mean, median or mode? Stem-and-leaf diagrams The mean, median, mode and range |
S10 | S10r | |

Pie charts for categorical data Compound bar charts Drawing a scatter graph |
S11 | S11r | |

Grouping continuous data Line graphs comparing temperatures The cooling cup of tea |
S12 | S12r | |

Bar charts and statistics Bar charts and line graphs |
S13 | S13r | |

Comparing data in tables Population pyramids |
S14 | S14r | |

Making conjectures Sample sizes Designing a data collection sheet |
S15 | S15r | |

Class intervals Frequency diagrams Time series Representing data |
S16 | S16r | |

Two way tables Scatter graphs Correlation |
S17 | S17r | |

Mean, median and mode Choosing the most appropriate average Problem solving |
S18 | S18r | |

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.

## Transformations

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

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Theme – titles may be different in review file |
Lesson |
Review |
Notes |

Symmetrical and non-symmetrical shapes Reflecting a point Making quadrilaterals Two mirrors |
T1 | T1r | |

Rotational symmetry Finding out about rotations Rotations of 90 degrees |
T2 | T2r | |

Filling a triangle Translated triangles and different grids Translated shapes and different grids |
T3 | T3r | |

Combinations of transformations | T4 | T4r | |

Combinations of transformations | T5 | T5r | |

The spider’s web Enlargement More enlargements |
T6 | T6r | |

Combining two transformations Finding transformations 1 Finding transformations 2 |
T7 | T7r |

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.