Booklets
If you need specific information on a particular mathematical topic then you will find it here.Most of the booklets are 50 pages or more of concentrated explanations and exercises to practise. Visit this section often as it will be continually updated with booklets being revised and added to each month.

Year 9 Mathematics Exams
This booklet contains a sample Year 9 course outline as well as exams and practice exams for Year 9 and each of Terms 1, 2, 3 and 4. At the back of the booklet are some coordinate geometry worksheets for those students that dare to finish early. In Year 9 there are 3 strands in the curriculum, each separated into topics. Mathematical processes such as problem solving, reasoning and communicating mathematical ideas are covered across all the strands.
Number and Algebra
Numeracy strategies for solving number problems without a calculator.
Developing an understanding of numbers, confidence in calculating and the ability to estimate and approximate.
Recognising algebra patterns, thinking abstractly and communicating mathematical relationships.
Measurement and Geometry
Developing knowledge and understanding of measurement systems with and without the use of measuring instruments.
Developing spatial awareness and using models as aids to solving practical geometry problems.
Statistics and Probability
Collecting, organising, analysing, presenting and interpreting data.
Finding the probability of everyday events. 
NCEA Level 2 Mathematics
This booklet contains over 170 pages of work for the main Level 2 Achievement Standards. Each chapter starts off with a revision summary of all the main points in the standard. There are then 2 practise assessments that can test whether you are ready for the exernal examinations. Fully worked answers are included in the back section. Note that this book was written for the Achievement Standards that were replaced in 2012. However the general content is unchanged for most of the new standards therefore this book is a valuable resource for ALL Year 12 students. 
Graphs, Grids and Other Useful Templates
Ever needed some graph or log paper with different sized grids, a ready made set of axes for drawing lines, parabolas, hyperbolas or trigonometry graphs or some isometric lines or grids for drawing shapes? This 56 page booklet is the one for you. It contains all the essential maths graph axes and grids in one handy file. Thanks to Peter Sumpter of Villa Maria College and James Hurring of Hutt Valley High School for their suggestions and contributions to this booklet. After many requests and suggestions from teachers this resource was updated in April and then again in July 2012 to include many more different sized isometric lines and even has a page of 10 mm lines that can be used for exam answer booklets. You will also find expanding circle templates, hexagonal and octagonal grids and a set of nine 3 x 3 boxes for magic squares. The most recent additions include fraction strips, fraction circles and squares, thermometers, protractors that can be printed onto clear plastic, number lines for help with integer arithmetic and 15 cm rulers that can be printed onto card. 
Numeracy Booklet (1)  Arithmetic
This booklet contains nearly 80 worksheets for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. All the answers are also supplied. The sheets can be used for exclusive numeracy and arithmetic sessions, to start off a maths lesson or given as supplementary sheets or homework. 
Numeracy Booklet (2)  Decimals, Fractions and Percentages
This is part 2 of the Numeracy Booklet. It contains 60 more worksheets along with the answers to topics such as Coordinates, Decimals, Fractions, and Percentages and Time. As with the first booklet they can be used to start lessons, especially if the topic has been recently taught or they could be used as homework sheets to help reinforce past work.
Note also that there are excellent videos that can be viewed on Decimals, Fractions and Percentages. If you need extra help then click on one of the orange links below and watch the video on that topic. 
Numeracy Booklet (3)  Beginner Arithmetic Drills
This booklet contains 740 pages of arithmetic drills for the beginner mathematician. There are addition and subtraction squares, 1 and 2 digit arithmetic and an introduction to equations and include multiplication and division. They are ideal for the first 4 years of mathematics classes. All the answers are provided. 
Numeracy Booklet (4) More Arithmetic Drills
This booklet contains 240 pages of BEDMAS questions. They are ideal as random starters to a lesson or use them in class for more practise. Students must know what to do when confronted with an expression or equation that contains addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. What happens when brackets or exponents are involved? There is a definite order that these have to be processed in. By the end of these pages your students will have no doubt what that order is. 
Mathematics in the Workplace
This booklet contains nearly 600 pages of work for adult numeracy. It was sent to us by a keen supporter of Maths Centre. While some of the money pages use UK money of pounds and pence they only cover a very small proportion of pages and can easily be adapted to NZ dollars. The booklet covers number, handling data, measurement, shape and space with specific reference to these concepts in the workplace, visiting an office, being with the family or shopping in the supermarket. There are various job and everyday life situations that involve money, time and general measurement. We use mathematics every day and each unit of work will help you realise how important it is to be aware of mathematics. 
Integers
This booklet covers the topic of Integers  what is an integer, ordering of integers, adding and subtracting integers and integer multiplication and division. All the work is placed into context with many real life examples of how we use integers and integer arithmetic in calculating temperatures, business surpluses and deficits, bank account balances and golf scores. 
National Standards Years 1 and 2
These excellent pages support the New Zealand Mathematics Curriculum, the New Zealand Mathematics Standards and the New Zealand Numeracy Programme. After 1 year at school, students should be achieving at Level 1 of the Curriculum. Year 1 of the Mathematics Curriculum is focused mainly on number and the manipulation of small numbers. Students should be able to count to 10 and add, subtract and multiply numbers with totals up to 10. They should also be able to recognise shapes and compare lengths areas and capacities. Finally, they should be able to follow or give directions forward, back, turn left and turn right.
After 2 years at school students will still be achieving at Level 1 however they should be able to count and manipulate numbers to 100. They should be able to continue number patterns based on ones, twos, fives and tens. They should also be able to compare different measures, complete simple transformations and represent simple statistical data in categories.
Test your child or students using these sheets. Then for a complete learning sequence download Mighty Maths Beginner Mathematician for 46 year olds and Mighty Maths Developing Mathematician for 57 year olds. The books are available below. You can be confident that you are covering all the right work when you use Mighty Maths.