• Year 9 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. Problem solving, reasoning and communicating mathematical ideas are covered across all the strands of Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, Statistics and Probability.
• Encrypted Messages
This is a PowerPoint designed for a one-off lesson on encryption. It features 3 encrypted messages. The first is a verse from Lewis Carroll's "The Hunting of the Snark", the second is an encrypted message that has 3 parts - the message itself, a hidden number inside the verse both of which then point to a planet in the solar system. The last is a 3 x 3 (9 letter) square where all the letters stand for a number. In each of the cases clues are given for students to decode the messages. Teachers should read the PowerPoint first as all the answers are contained in subsequent slides.
• Miscellaneous Worksheets
This resource was sent to us by Barry Bellamy, a retired NZ teacher. There are sheets on Angles, Area, Algebra - collecting like terms, Circle Geometry, Decimal arithmetic, Factorising, Fraction Arithmetic, Percentages, Solving Equations, Statistics (mean, median, mode, range), Substitution, Solving Quadratics, Standard Form, Transformations (enlargement, reflection, rotation).
• Year 12 and 13 Supplementary Sheets
A 200 page workbook that can be combined into topic workbooks or used as supplementary work. Topics include: Expressions and Formula, Relations and Functions, Equations, Quadratics, Polynomials, Exponential Functions, Logarithms, Mid points, Parabolas, Circles, Ellipses, Hyperbolas, Conics, Sequences and Series, Binomial, Statistics, Trig Functions and Trig Identities. Answers are not provided.
• Graphs and Grids
Ever needed 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. You will also find expanding circle templates, hexagonal and octagonal grids, 3 x 3 boxes for magic squares, fraction strips, fraction circles and squares, thermometers, protractors that can be printed onto clear plastic, number lines for integer arithmetic and 15 cm rulers that can be printed onto card.