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Worksheet of the Week - Loopy Areas (Kite and Rhombus)

by Ian Fisher

Posted on September 16, 2019 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Loopy Areas (Kite and Rhombus) (M16.112)

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Loopy Areas (Kite and Rhombus)

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Worksheet Description

Cut out the cards and place them around the classroom or just use as a worksheet. Start at any card. Find the area of the kite or rhombus. This answer will lead to the next card. Stop when you have completed one circuit!

This worksheet is aimed at students in Year 8. It will also be appropriate for students in other Year Groups, of a similar ability level. It covers the topic Geometry and measures.

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Worksheet of the Week - Secret Code- Four Times Table

by Ian Fisher

Posted on September 16, 2019 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Secret Code: Four Times Table (Ma478)

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Secret Code: Four Times Table

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Worksheet Description

Complete the four times table, then match the answers to the letters to reveal a hidden statement. There are Secret Code sheets for the other times tables (search Secret Code).

This worksheet is aimed at students in Year 3. It will also be appropriate for students in other Year Groups, of a similar ability level. It covers the topic Number - multiplication and division.

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Worksheet of the Week - Compass Points and Bearings

by Ian Fisher

Posted on September 9, 2019 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Compass Points and Bearings (M17.387)

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Compass Points and Bearings

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Worksheet Description

A sheet that helps pupils understand the link between the points on a compass and bearings. It then moves on to finding the amount of turn between compass points.

This worksheet is aimed at students in Year 7. It will also be appropriate for students in other Year Groups, of a similar ability level. It covers the topic Geometry and measures.

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Worksheet of the Week - Arrays (Multiplication and Division Fact Families)

by Ian Fisher

Posted on September 9, 2019 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Arrays (Multiplication and Division Fact Families) (Ma804)

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Arrays (Multiplication and Division Fact Families)

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Worksheet Description

Sets of array cards are used to find the multiplication and division fact families that belong to them. Pupils should spin the sheet through ninety degrees to help find these relationships.

This worksheet is aimed at students in Year 4. It will also be appropriate for students in other Year Groups, of a similar ability level. It covers the topic Number - multiplication and division.

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Worksheet of the Week - Rabbit Rave

by Ian Fisher

Posted on July 8, 2019 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Rabbit Rave (M15.435)

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Rabbit Rave

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Worksheet Description

Investigating the Fibonacci sequence. For further work on Fibonacci use M15.436, M15.437 and M15.438.

This worksheet is aimed at students in Year 9. It will also be appropriate for students in other Year Groups, of a similar ability level. It covers the topic Algebra.

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