My aim is to help you
While I develop this site, I have decided to store my worksheets, revision booklets and other printable resources on the TES Website (tes.com). The TES website is a more robust site and is a place where thousands of other teachers from around the world share their work. There are, however, so many resources available on the TES Website, it can be difficult to find specific ones. For this reason I am providing the links below to take you to a page that will show my uploads, grouped by type.
My resources are categorised as follows (Remember that ALL THE RESOURCES ARE FREE):
These revision 'booklets' cover the full range of skills expected at GCSE for each topic. Each carefully selected compilation has fully-worked solutions which can either be used in class or can be e-mailed to students to go through at home. This can save a lot of valuable time in class.
These booklets are ideal to help students consolidate or revise a particular topic. The questions are either from actual past GCSE/IGCSE exams, or created in a similar style. They are designed to be printed at either A4 or A5 and have space for sudents to do their working as well as to write their final answers.
At the moment 40 topics have been uploaded and they are all FREE.
Click --> http://tes.com/exam-questions to browse the full list.
These are worksheets which are great for students who are revising a specific topic. The sheets contain a wide selection of exam-type questions which gradually increase in difficulty, with the last questions often having an extra twist.
Click --> http://tes.com/revision-sheets for the list of more than 30 Revision Sheets that are currently available.
MORE THAN 50 TOPICS AVAILABLE
A Treasure Hunt is a great activity which students love. They are ideal for revision, starters or plenaries and are a really great way for students to practise answering questions quickly while enjoying a break from traditional text books and worksheets.
These Treasure Hunt question cards have been prepared in two sizes. The large cards can be displayed around a classroom and used for a whole class activity; the smaller cards are good to use for group work or by individuals.
Unlike most Treasure Hunts, these have the added feature that the answers give an encrypted clue. Deciphering this clue reveals where the treasure is hidden!
Full instructions are given within the download
Click --> http://tes.com/treasure-hunts for a list of Treasure Hunts that are currently available.
Each available topic has four sets of 16 well-formatted loop cards with carefully selected questions. Students choose a set of cards and sort them into order by answering the questions. After checking their answers, they can repeat the activity with a different version of the cards and check that they have learnt from earlier mistakes.
The cards are designed to be used by individuals, pairs or small groups. One of my favourite uses is for two students to have different versions of the cards and race each other. They then check their answers, shuffle, swap packs and race again (quickest overall time wins!)
Cut out card size of each card is approx. 65 x 90 mm.
[CLICK HERE] to see the Loop Card sets that are currently available.
These posters were originally designed for my own classroom, but I am now delighted to be sharing them. They make great wall displays as well as being able to printed at A5 or smaller and given to students as revision aids. I have had these printed as large as A1 with the high quality being maintained.
[CLICK HERE] to see the posters that are currently available.
There is only one quiz available at the moment, but I will be preparing quite a few more.
These quizzes are self-running and are timed to last 15 minutes, but I have included a non-timed version if you want to slow things down a bit.
Each quiz has 20 questions (and answers) on a variety of topics from different parts of the curriculum and more. The quizzes are ideal to use to fill a gap in an unexpected Form Period, or even a planned one.
[CLICK HERE] to see the quiz which is currently available.
On this site at the moment there are fully-worked (hand-written) solutions to 64 of the past papers from the Edexcel IGCSE and I have created a prototype of my first interactive game, which I would love you to try.