### FMSP GCSE PROBLEM SOLVING RESOURCES ANSWERS

There are some intersting though-provoking problems at Open Middle. Problem Solving with Algebra. Shape, Space and Measure Answers. Problem Solving Strategies Lesson. I have only recently been shown Maths Problem Solving and it is awesome – there are links to problem solving resources for all areas of maths, as well as plenty of general problem solving too.

I give students some time to work independently, then time to discuss with their peers, then we go through it as a class. I’ve used them this year for two out of four lessons each week, then used Numeracy Ninjas as starters for the other two lessons. Problem Solving with Algebra. I may be a little biased because I love Edexcel, but these question packs are really useful. Problem Solving Strategies Worksheets.

It features ideas of strategies to use, clear steps to follow and plenty of opportunities for discussion. These problem solving starter packs are great to support students with problem solving skills. The booklets are collated Edexcel exam questions; you may well recognise them from elsewhere. Some of my favourite websites have plenty of other excellent resources to support you and your students in these assessment objectives.

Shape, Space and Measure Answers.

I may be a little biased because I love Edexcel, but these question packs are really useful. Problem Solving with Number.

## Gcse problem solving questions

Problem Solving Strategies Lesson. I may be a little biased because I love Edexcel, but these question packs are really useful.

Wolving sure you’ve seen it before, but if not, check it out now! Problem Solving with Algebra. When I first introduced the booklets, I encouraged my students to use scaffolds like those mentioned herethen gradually weaned them off the scaffolds.

# Problem Solving | PixiMaths

I have only recently been shown Maths Problem Solving and it is awesome – there are links to problem solving resources for all areas of maths, as well as plenty of general problem solving too. Problem Solving with Data Handling.

Problem Solving with Algebra. Problem Solving Strategies Worksheets. Problem Solving with Ratio and Proportion.

Problem Solving with Data Handling. The levels correspond very roughly to the new GCSE grades.

# Resourceaholic: Favourite Problems

The PixiMaths problem anssers booklets are aimed at “crossover” marks questions that will be on both higher and foundation so will be accessed by most students. I’ve used them this year for two out of four lessons each week, then used Numeracy Ninjas as starters for the other two lessons. Problem Solving with Number.

The UKMT has a mentoring scheme that provides fantastic problem solving resourcesall complete with answers. I give students some time to work independently, then time to discuss with their peers, then we go through it as a class.

I’ve used them this year for two out of four lessons each week, then used Numeracy Ninjas as starters for the other two lessons.

Problem Solving with Shape, Space and Measure. I have only recently been shown Maths Problem Solving and it is awesome – there resoueces links to problem solving resources for all areas of maths, as well as plenty of general problem solving too. Problem Solving with Ratio and Proportion. Nrich is where it’s at if your want to provide enrichment and problem solving in your lessons.

The levels correspond very roughly to the new GCSE grades. When I first introduced the fmmsp, I encouraged my students to use scaffolds like those pdoblem herethen gradually weaned them off the peoblem. The PixiMaths problem solving booklets are aimed at “crossover” marks questions that will be on both higher and foundation so will be accessed by most students. There are some intersting though-provoking problems at Open Middle.

Each booklet has 70 marks worth of questions and will probably last two lessons, including time to go through answers with your students. Some of my favourite websites have plenty of other excellent resources to support you and your students in these assessment objectives.

This brief lesson is designed to lead students into thinking about how to solve mathematical problems.