Secondary Schools/Colleges/PRU's (Triple CD with approximately 850 Presentations)
The Version 13 Triple CD contains approximately 850 presentations with the Functional Maths and GCSE Boosters included. You can view information on any presentation by first choosing the Category from the left then clicking on the individual thumbnails to expand and read a narrative. There are 8 free presentations for all those that register via MY Account and there is more free stuff to try at the bottom of the Home Page.
Algebra: coordinates first quadrant, coordinates four quadrants, brackets and factorising 1 and 2, difference of two squares, divisibility tests, change of subject, expressions and terms, functions and rules, factors and multiples, function machines, graphical solution of equations, graphs of reallife situations, graphs of related functions (transformations), graphs (recognising), growth and decay, inequalities on a number line, inequalities (drawing), drawing straight line graphs, equation of a line, travel graphs, number patterns, linear sequences, nonlinear sequences, direct proportion, inverse proportion, order of operations, quadratic graphs drawing, quadratics 1 (expressions factorising), quadratics 2 (equations by factorisation), quadratics 3 (equations by completing the squares) quadratics 4 (equations by use of the common formula), quadratics 5 (solving problems), simple equations 1 and 2, simultaneous equations 1, simultaneous equations 2 (graphical solutions), substitution 1 (expressions), substitution 2 (equations), Trial and Improvement, Pascal’s Triangle.
Data Handling: averages mean, mode and median, averages from frequency tables, averages grouped data, averages moving, bar charts, barline graphs, conversion graphs, cumulative frequency curves, discrete and continuous data, frequency polygons, histograms, histograms with unequal class intervals, line graphs, normal distribution, quartiles and box plots, pictograms, pie charts, probability, or law, and law, questionnaires and surveys, relative frequency, standard deviation, simple random sampling, stratified random sampling, tree diagrams, probability race game, scatter graphs and lines of best fit, stem and leaf plots, tally charts, time, timetables, twoway tables and the calendar.
Number: counting and reading numbers to 10, counting and reading numbers to 20, counting, reading and ordering numbers to 100, prime numbers and the sieve of Eratosthenes, fractions 1 (recognising), fractions 2 (mixed and improper), fractions 3 (equivalent diagrams), fractions 4 (simplest form), fractions 5 (of quantities), fractions 6 (addition and subtraction), fractions 7 (multiplication), fractions 8 (division), laws of indices, multiplication tables and hundred squares, negative numbers, number bonds to 10, number bonds to 20, number bonds for 100, numbers odd and even, number line for fractions, decimals and percentages, percentages 1 (recognising), percentages 2 (grids with fractions and decimals), percentages 3 (calculating simple), percentages 4 (calculating), percentages 5 (from fractions), percentages 6 (change), percentages 7 (profit and loss), percentages 8 (reverse), place value 1, place value 2, ratio, decimal places, rounding, significant figures, interest (simple), interest (compound), standard form, rational and irrational numbers, ratio simple and simplifying, ratio sharing.
Shape and Space: angles types, angles on a line, angles at a point, angles in a triangle, angles with a protractor, angles bearings, angles polygons interior, angles polygons exterior, angles between parallel lines, bearings, circle parts, circle theorems and proofs, constructions, dimensions in formulae, Euler’s law, isometric drawing, perimeter of a rectangle, area of rectangle, area of a parallelogram, compound area, volume of a cuboid, compound volume, area of a triangle, area of a kite, area of a trapezium, circumference of a circle, area of a circle, surface area of a cylinder, volume of a cylinder, surface area of a prism, arc length, sector area, area of a segment, surface area of a cone, volume of a pyramid, volume of a cone, surface area of a sphere, volume of a sphere, plans and elevation, loci, Theorem of Pythagoras, similarity, similar triangles, symmetry plane and line, symmetry rotational, tessellations, transformations, reflections, translations, rotations, enlargements from a point, trigonometry, cosine rule, sine rule, vectors.
Measures: Acre v Hectare, capacity (scales), cubic centimetre, cubic metre, compound measures 1 (speed/distance/time), compound measures 2 (density), errors 1 (in measurement), errors 2 (calculations in measurement), measures (imperial conversions), metric 1 (measures estimating), metric 2 (unit prefixes), metric 3 (distance), metric 4 (mass), metric 5 (capacity), metric 6 (metric/ imperial conversions: distance), metric 7 (metric/imperial conversions: mass), metric 8 (metric/imperial conversions: capacity), (money, telling the time (simple), time 12 hour clock, time 24 hour clock, times am and pm, weight/mass (scales)
Enrichment: 7 bridges of Konigsberg, 12 Days of Christmas, birthday problem, chessboard activities, curve stitching, Gauss's story, golden ratio, fibonacci sequence, magic squares, national lottery, international paper sizes, perfect numbers and mersenne primes, polyominoes, tangrams, tower of Hanoi, measuring the Earth (Eratosthenes), sudoku, googol, googolplex, Hardy’s taxi number, Fermat’s two square theorem, Fermat’s last theorem, irrationality of root 2, infinity of primes.
Advanced/Higher Level: Algebraic Division, Binomial Expansion, Circle (Equation of ), Circles (tangents lnes and chords), Convergent and Divergent Series, Differentiation 1 (Finding the Rule), Differentiation 2 (Stationary Points), Differentiation 3 (Stationary Points: Applications), Differentiation 4 (Fractional and Negative Indices), Factor Theorem, Geometric Progressions, Graph of y = a^x, Graphs of Related Functions (Transformations), Indices and Logarithms, Integration 1 (Indefinite), Integration 2 (Definite), Integration 3 (Definite Areas), Integration 4 (Volumes of Revolution), Line Lengths and Midpoints, MidOrdinate Rule, Quadratic Discriminant, Quadratic Equations (Completing the Square), Radians, Arcs and Sectors, Rational and Irrational Numbers, Remainder Theorem, Sequences and Series 1, Sequences and Series 2 (Arithmetic), Straight Lines, Gradients and Points, Trapezium Rule, Trigonometric Ratios for Special Angles, Trigonometry 1: Cosine Rule, Trigonometry 2: Sine Rule, Trigonometry 3: Angles Greater Than 90 degrees, Trigonometry 4: Graph Collection.
Functional Mathematics (Themed): All 30 presentations as listed
Functional Mathematics (GCSEType Questions): All 9 presentations/43 questions as listed
Puzzle Corner: All 42 presentations (82 Puzzles) as listed
Investigations: All 36 presentations as listed
Mental Maths 5000: The 53 presentations as described
Festive Maths: The 60 presentations as described
LEVEL BOOSTERS LEVEL 3  6 : 50 presentations as described under the Category Menu.
LEVEL BOOSTERS LEVEL 4  7 : 50 presentations as described under the Category Menu.
LEVEL BOOSTERS LEVEL 5  8 : 50 presentations as described under the Category Menu.
GCSE BOOSTERS Grades G  D : 50 presentations as described under the Category Menu.
GCSE BOOSTERS Grades F  C : 50 presentations as described under the Category Menu.
GCSE BOOSTERS Grades E  B : 50 presentations as described under the Category Menu.
Plese note that the 150 GCSE BOOSTERS contain the same (1200 questions) as per the LEVEL Boosters. Levels have been replaced by equivalent grades and the cartoon characters have been removed. They are still completely appropriate for GCSE revision.
See BUY CD/Secondary Schools and Colleges to view prices or select the order form button from the main tool Bar.
Primary/Middle Schools
This is a reduced content CD but still contains over 400 presentations (including the Bonus SAT Boostes at Level 4  7 for the more able students). Please note that there is an option available for both primary and middle schools to purchase the full resource (See order form buttion). You can view information on any presentation by first choosing the Category from the left then clicking on the individual thumbnails to expand and read a narrative. There are 8 free presentations for all those that register via MY Account and there is more free stuff to try at the bottom of the Home Page. Presentations indicated in red are new for Version 6. The Key Stage 1 Category is incuded in the list below.
Number:
counting and reading numbers to 10, counting and reading numbers to 20, counting, reading and ordering numbers to 100, prime numbers and the sieve of Eratosthenes, fractions 1 (recognising), fractions 2 (mixed and improper), fractions 3 (equivalent diagrams), fractions 4 (simplest form), fractions 5 (of quantities), fractions 6 (addition and subtraction), fractions 7 (multiplication), fractions 8 (division), multiplication tables and hundred squares, negative numbers, number bonds to 10, number bonds to 20, number bonds for 100, numbers odd and even, number line for fractions, decimals and percentages, percentages 1 (recognising), percentages 2 (grids with fractions and decimals), percentages 3 (calculating simple), percentages 4 (calculating), percentages 5 (from fractions), percentages 6 (change), percentages 7 (profit and loss), percentages 8 (reverse), place value, ratio, decimal places, rounding, significant figures, ratio simple and simplifying, ratio sharing.
Algebra:
Coordinates (First Quadrant), Coordinates (4 Quadrants), factors and multiples, Function Machines, Functions and Rules, Number Patterns, order of operations, simple equations 1, simple equations 2, Pascal’s Triangle, Sequences (Linear).
Shape and Space:
Angles 1 (Types), Angles 2 (On a Line), Angles 3 (At a Point), Angles 4 (in a Triangle), Angles 5 (Protractor Using), Angles 6 (Bearings), Angles 7 Polygons (Interior), Angles 8 (Polygons Exterior), Angles 9 (Between Parallels), Angles 9a (Eratosthenes: Earth Measure), Circle (Parts), Constructions (Geometric),Isometric Drawing, Loci, Mensuration: Rectangle (Perimeter + Compound), Rectangle (Area + Compound), Cuboid (Volume + Compound), Parallelogram (Area), Shapes (Polygons), Symmetry lines of, Symmetry Rotational, Symmetry Planes of, Planes and Elevations, Quadrilateral (Properties of), Triangle (Area), Kite (Area), Trapezium (Area), Circle (Circumference), Circle (Area), Tessellations, transformations, reflections, translations, rotations,
Data Handling:
Averages 1 (Mean, Mode, Median and Range), Bar Charts, Bar Line Graphs, Conversion Graphs, Discrete and Continuous Data, Histograms 1 (Discrete Data) Histograms 2, (Continuous Data), Pie Charts Interpreting, Pie Charts Drawing, Probability Line, Probability Race Game, Time, Timetables and the Calendar, Scatter Graphs and Line of Best Fit, Line Graphs, Pictograms, Questionnaires and Surveys, Tally Charts, TwoWay Tables.
Measures:
Acre v Hectare, capacity, cubic centimetre, cubic metre, measures (imperial conversions), metric 1 (measures estimating), metric 2 (unit prefixes), metric 3 (distance), metric 4 (mass), metric 5 (capacity), metric 6 (metric/ imperial conversions: distance), metric 7 (metric/imperial conversions: mass), metric 8 (metric/imperial conversions: capacity), money, telling the time (simple), time 12 hour clock, time 24 hour clock, times am and pm, weight, compound measures 1 (speed/distance/time), compound measures 2 (density)
Enrichment:
7 bridges of Konigsberg, 12 Days of Christmas, birthday problem, chessboard activities, curve stitching, Gauss's story, golden ratio, Fibonacci Sequence, magic squares, national lottery, international paper sizes, perfect numbers and mersenne primes, polyominoes, tangrams, tower of Hanoi, measuring the Earth (Eratosthenes), sudoku, googol, googolplex, Hardy’s taxi number, Fermat’s two square theorem, Fermat’s last theorem,
Functional Mathematics: All 34 presentations as listed
Puzzle Corner: All 30 presentations(36 puzzles) as listed
Investigations: All 30 presentations as listed
Mental Maths 5000: The 53 presentations as described
Festive Maths: Approximately 30 selected presenttations
SAT Booster 1 (Level 3 to 6) 800 questions
Take a mathematical Odyssey (with friends), via the 800 Interactive SAT Booster questions (50 presentations). No stone is left unturned in the quest to secure a level 4/5 for all your students. Level 6 questions are available as extension material for the most able. Designed to be used by students independently of the teacher if need be. Perfect for SAT preparation and ideal for VLE licence holders. Parents love this!
SAT Booster 1 (Level 4 to 7) 800 questions The content of some of these files will stretch even the most able of students/teachers. (For example: Angles 9A, Tower of Hanoi, and Magic Squares)
Should you wish to purchase the complete CD with all files, in order to extend your very able students who are capable of working independently with minimum/no teacher guidance, then the option is available to you.
See BUY CD/Primary Schools to view prices or selct the order form button from the main tool bar.
