# gcse maths revision

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Five engineering challenges for kids – with wooden clothespins, binder clips, and craft sticks! It’s a simple STEM activity that kids of all ages will love. Move over, expensive building sets! These simple materials were a huge hit with my boys. The first time we got them out, Owen (almost 7) spent well over an […]

Great Factoring Trinomials Practice for my Algebra students!

Zombies & Graphing Lines sounds like fun! My 8th Grade Math & Algebra students would love this activity!

Math = Love: Translating Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities Interactive…

After my immensely popular tweet of these pictures: I figured I should blog about what we did for function notation in my class. We made this slider for our notebooks. The files can be found here. They are 3/page and 6/page with dotted lines where you need to cut. You will need to download into word for the files to be formatted correctly. We glued the top and bottom of the pink one down, so that the brown can slide. (Side note: 9th graders might need instruction and assistance with cutting…

Printable battleship template and grid to play in the car on road trips. Also includes instructions for how to play road trip battleship.

Slope Interactive Notebook Page, an education post from the blog Mrs. E Teaches Math, written by Mrs. E Teaches Math on Bloglovin’

Algebra 1 word wall for linear equations. With references for slope, y-intercept, x-intercept, origin, grid, graph, table and x and y axis, this word wall is a great addition to your Algebra 1 classroom.

Cup Stacking Mean, Median, Mode, and Range... includes a FREE recording sheet! by Craziness in Fifth

Bring collaboration and competition to your classroom by putting your students to the task of completing challenges to unlock puzzles!

Monopoly is a game familiar to everyone around the world but this version has teachers super excited. This version uses Math strategies to take you around the board. This game is aimed at 7+ years…

In this quick and easy game, students compete against one another to form the highest decimal number using playing cards. This game challenges students to think critically about the place value of digits in decimal numbers and how each digit's placement impacts the total value of the number. Come visit us at Games4Gains.com to learn how to play!

My students will love this Christmas activity! Graphing lines and catching elves sounds like Algebra Holiday fun!

Our Powers Poster is part of our Maths Range. The clear and eye-catching A1 poster presents learners with an overview of how to recognise Powers and their formulas. The poster explains in detail about multiplying, dividing, powers of powers and roots. As well as explaining the different terms of Powers, the poster also provides examples of the sums to test learner’s knowledge on the tricky topic.