Handy Homework Booklets - TES Maths ROTW
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What is it?
Sit yourself down for this one, as it is truly excellent. A kind teacher has decided to share an entire year’s worth of homework, covering Year 7 to Year 11. And the homeworks themselves really are of top quality. Each homework consists of 20 questions that fit conveniently onto a single page. They cover essential skills, such as adding fractions, rearranging equations, naming parts of a circle, and so on. Also included is a tracking sheet, as well as space for both a mark out of 20 and an effort mark.
How can it be used?
No prizes for suggesting
that one way of using this resource would be for homework (I have learned a lot in these last 11 years of teaching!). But there are lots of other ways. Because the resource has been written in Word, it is easily editable, meaning you can copy and paste individual questions to use on your own worksheets, or for support/extension work, or to project up on the board during a lesson. Collections like this always lend themselves well to that unrelenting bane of a maths teacher’s life – cover work. If a colleague rings in sick last minute and there is no work set, then you can do a lot worse than running off a few copies of one of these homeworks. Tremendous stuff.
Thanks so much for sharing
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