I really like the **grids** from Jonathan Hall on MathsBot, try his updated **linear sequences grid**. Note Jonathan’s reference to Amanda Austin’s brilliant **Linear Sequences Fill In The Blanks** activity. Remember you can keep an eye on **new resources from Amanda Austin**, I see a fill in the blanks circle geometry activity for Year 12. For lots more fill in the blanks activities from a variety of sources see this **Fill in the blanks post**.

Talking of new resources, see **Miscellany #63** which includes examples of sites with clear ‘What’s new?’ type sections or are easily searched for recent additions and/or have a subscription to a newsletter. Looking at the **latest resources from Andy Lutwyche** on TES I see **Casey continues to be very careless** with her Level 2 Further Maths!

On **Maths Sandpit** from **@Ms_Kmp**, **A-level Exam misconceptions 2022**, a presentation about her thoughts on the Edexcel A-Level Maths papers, from the perspective of reviewing students’ papers.

DrFrostMaths is such a goto website and an excellent example of a website which is easy to navigate, perhaps try the **Question Explorer**. A brilliant feature (well one of the many brilliant features) of Dr Frost Maths is the extensive collection of **key skills** for UK KS2 to KS5 (ages 8-18), practice as many examples as you want, and perhaps watch a video on this key skill.

Note this latest work – diagrams for Key Skills are now done using Desmos.

From **Mark Willis**, try his **Video site**, a comprehensive set of Maths questions ordered according to topic and level with video solutions from KS3 to A-Level FM with interactive GeoGebra apps. Also available are IGCSE quizlets.

From Tom Sherrington, a post providing links to his **Five Ways To series** including one-page summaries produced by **David Goodwin**.