KS3/4 resource. This can be used to test the understanding of basic area but develops further calculations including circles. It can be particularly effective when used under timed conditions where pupils have to score as many points as possible, the pupils choosing which questions they want to attempt.
Thanks for this worksheet, really useful revision. I just noticed on the first trapezium that 4cm looks like it relates to the sloping side, not the perpendicular height?
Posted on 24th November 2020
Hi Emily. I've got others that I can adapt as well. I have found them really good when trying to engage lazy but bright boys. You will be on the go marking questions within say a 10 - 20 minute interval - but it is well worth it.
Posted on 19th March 2018
brilliant resource, exactly what i needed for recap work for KS3
Posted on 12th March 2018
I teach Mathematics to ESOL teens (15-18 yrs old) with very limited and zero English. I will develop my own material, vocabulary exercises, before I use your resource. They don't seem to have problems with maths, but struggle to understand and learn specialist vocabulary and instructions.
Posted on 9th March 2018
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