More Alevel resources from last week's Year 12 lessons:

Mixed Simultaneous Equations Crack the Code

Graphical Inequalities and Regions Fill in the Blanks
Some new Fill in the Blanks Alevel resources used over the last week or so:

Solving Systems of Inequalities

Set Notation for Inequalities
Really useful practice for my Year 12 Further Mathematicians.
In today's Year 12 lesson we looked at hidden quadratics using this fill in the blanks resource, as well as trying a couple of activities from Underground Maths.
Some resources I made for today's Maths lessons:

Year 8 needed some additional practice of rounding to one significant figure

After some practice of simplifying surds without a calculator, Year 9 got stuck into some more challenging questions
More new Alevel resources used with Year 12 today, introducing them to the discriminant after a quick proof of the quadratic formula!
In Year 12 Maths today, we were sketching quadratics and finding equations from graphs using these new resources. Answers corrected after the students spotted a couple of mistakes!
I've decided to start making a few new resources for my Year 12 class this year, so as I'm starting with quadratics, I've made a couple of fill in the blanks to revise GCSE stuff. I've set up a new Alevel section on the website, with the aim of adding resources as I go this year.
With Year 11, I'm starting next term with a recap of laws of indices and standard form before some work on upper and lower bounds. Going to be using this Algebraic Laws of Indices practice grid with them next week...
Starting to prepare a few new resources for next term as back to school gets closer. This best buys fill in the blanks is for Year 8, so they can practice value for money problems without the context.
Another practice strip today, this one has some harder probability questions for independent events. Made this one ready for next term with Year 11...
I missed uploading yesterday as it was GCSE results day, but today I've added a practice strip for solving monic quadratics by factorising when the equation needs rearranging.
Here's a Crack the Code for solving monic quadratics by factorising. Enjoy!
New Resource! For today, it's some fluency practice for Calculating with Map Scales. I have no recollection of using this in the classroom, so be warned it could be riddled with errors! Hopefully not...