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Worksheet of the Week - Changing Averages

by Ian Fisher

Posted on November 12, 2018 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Changing Averages (M11.43)

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Changing Averages

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Worksheet Description

Thought provoking worksheet where pupils have to find different data sets that give specific averages. Also look at M11.44.

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 Statistics.

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Worksheet of the Week - Differences (Numbers to 10)

by Ian Fisher

Posted on November 12, 2018 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Differences (Numbers to 10) (M17.278)

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Differences (Numbers to 10)

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Worksheet Description

Playing games is a great distraction from doing maths..or is it? This is a simple game finding two numbers that have a difference of 0-6 by rolling dice.

This worksheet is aimed at students in Year 1. It will also be appropriate for students in other Year Groups, of a similar ability level. It covers the topic Number - addition and subtraction.

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Worksheet of the Week - Isometric Bearings

by Ian Fisher

Posted on November 5, 2018 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Isometric Bearings (Ma1507)

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Isometric Bearings

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Worksheet Description

Simple routes around isometric paper. As there are a limited number of angles available it is a good introduction to bearings.

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 - Discovery Wheel (Multiplication and Division)

by Ian Fisher

Posted on November 5, 2018 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Discovery Wheel (Multiplication and Division) (M16.57)

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Discovery Wheel (Multiplication and Division)

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Worksheet Description

Answer the multiplications and divisions to find a letter. Put the letters together to discover a mathematical word. Great for multiplication and division reinforcement.

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 - Addition Pyramids (Starting Algebra)

by Ian Fisher

Posted on October 29, 2018 at 12:05


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Here is this week's 10ticks Worksheet of the Week; Addition Pyramids (Starting Algebra) (M16.255)

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Addition Pyramids (Starting Algebra)

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Worksheet Description

This worksheet looks at number pyramids, and finding generalisations for different pyramid sizes. We do this by using polygon shapes, rather than numbers, to see how many of each polygon appear in the top block.

This worksheet is aimed at students in Year 6. 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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