## "Handmade" Maths Teaching Resources for Free!

File | Comments |
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Behaviour Agreement | Modify this behaviour agreement according to the conditions under which your class agrees to behave |

Bus Timetable | A couple of files to do with bus timetables |

Compound Interest | A collection of files to do with simple and compound interest. Includes info in young persons' bank accounts. |

...days to go | A large whiteboard display of how many days to go until the exam |

Exams Questions | A collection of levelled KS3 and GCSE exam questions |

KS3 Objectives | A marix of all the KS3 key objectives...you can record pupils' progress against each. |

Math Biography | Pupils describe their mathematical history...a literacy-based task |

Maths 'Comedy' | A collection of silly pictures and optical illusions. |

Math Journal | Pupils reflect on their learning...a literacy-based task or possible plenary questions |

Maths Trail | Some sample maths trails to give you ideas for your own |

Mindstretcher | Brainteasers1 |

Misc Excel | All sorts of Excel files! |

Misc PP | All sorts of PowerPoint files! |

Misc Word | All sorts of Word files! |

Presentation Skills | A few files to teach pupils the difference between a good presentation and a bad one |

Puzzle Sheet | A page of puzzles |

Random Pupil Selector | Let the computer pick a pupil at random |

Signs and Templates | Some .doc, .pub and .pdf files to help decorate the room, manage behaviour or facilitate learning |

Spend A Million | An idea for an enterprise activity |

Starters and Braingym | A collection of ideas, resources and activities for starters and braingym |

Student-friendly Level Descriptors | Level descriptors for KS3 |

Survey | A short survey for year 7s. When you're struggling. |

Volume of Canary Wharf | A lateral thinking exercise |

While you are teaching | A set of prompts to stick to your desk to guide you. Add your own. |

World President files | Convince pupils that there is a new President of the World and then use the files inside. [The premise is that Sheila Powers has dictated that all cars on her island must contain 3 digits that add to equal 10, e.g. 1 4 5. How many permutations are there? 0 is allowed.] |

I welcome all feedback so let me know!