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# GCSE Maths Revision

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Daydream Education's Maths and Numeracy Posters are great learning and teaching tools. The engaging and attention grabbing Maths charts are guaranteed to improve understanding and help brighten school hallways and classrooms.

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Learn how to read a ruler and what the fraction markings mean. Plus, learn how to use a metric ruler and the decimal to metric conversions.

You may not explicitly teach the 12 facts to your students, as many curriculums specify that students are fluent with facts to 10x10. However, solving 12's facts can be used to teach a very important

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Monday, September 9, 2013 Today students learned how to use rounding to estimate numbers. We learned how to use the Rounding Hill (click to download) to help us round numbers. Steps for Rounding Hill: 1. Put the number you are rounding to in the box in the middle. Let's say we are rounding 684 to the nearest ten. That would go in the box in the middle. 2. Then we put the two nearest ten in the boxes to the right and left. In this case we would put 680 and 690 (see picture). 3. Underline the…

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I have been busy creating resources for my class and TPT. One topic that has been hard for my students in the past is geometry. There is SOOOOO much vocabulary that students have to understand about the attribute of lines and angles before they can then use those attributes to classify polygons. Heck, who am I kidding...I still had 4th graders who could not identify the basic regular polygons, much less classify quadrilaterals by the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines…

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Using FractionsYou need to be able to:1. Cancel fractions down. 2. Change improper (top-heavy, e.g. 3/2) fractions into mixed numbers (e.g. 1 ½) and vice-versa. 3. Multiply and divide fractions. 4. Add and subtract fractions. 5. Find fractions of quantities. 6. Use ratio. Your calculator should have a fraction button which does all of the above easily - learn how to use it properly! However, now there is a non-calculator exam paper you also need to be able to do all of the above by hand. We…

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Number resources for teaching and learning mathematics. Fun and visual maths resources