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  • "If money were no object what would you buy?" - the list of options is appalling, this resource needs to be taken down. "Plastic surgery" is hardly an appropriate option for primary age children, nor is a bengal tiger, poached and close to extinction. What sort of example does this sort of activity set young people?

    , May 19th
    • Good afternoon texasgirl,
      Thank you so much for getting in touch! It's lovely to hear from you :) This resource is in our KS3 maths section on the site therefore isn't intended for use with Primary age children. However. I will get our resource creation team to review the resource. Have a lovely afternoon :)

      , May 19th
Promote a growth mindset with these Student Led Practice Sheets (SLPS). These topic specific templates are designed for students to set themselves (or others) questions to answer according to their own self-assessment and motivation to challenge themselves. Alternatively, they are easy for a teacher to edit and set target questions according to the differentiated needs of the class.


    Student Led Practice Statistics Activity Sheet contains:
    • Scatter Graph.doc
    • Grouped Frequency Graph.doc
    • Line Graph.doc
    • Pictogram.doc
    • Pie Chart.doc

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