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Student Surveyfree25 April 2017
This page is dedicated to a collaborative project involving a worldwide student (and teacher) survey. Below you will find a questionnaire that will take 15-20 minutes for students to complete. Teachers... more
Dividing Fractionsfree24 April 2017
Divisions are just a different way of doing multiplications: can be written as the multiplication . You can do exactly the same with fractions, so if you know how to multiply fractions you will be able... more
Parking Rotations13 April 2017
'Park the car!'Reverse parking is one of the hardest things you have to do when driving a car. Here’s your chance to hone your skills in this area so that you’ll pass your driving test with flying... more
Volume of Pyramidfree13 April 2017
If you discover rules and formula for yourself then you’ll understand that mathematics is real and not abstract. If you take ownership of these formulae then they should have more meaning to you, and... more
Volume of Pyramid TN13 April 2017
Teacher NotesThis is a lovely practical activity to help students visualise and derive the formula for the volume of a pyramid. By constructing square based pyramids (10cm by 10cm) with height 5cm then... more
Activitiesfree13 April 2017
Age 10+ Time 1-2 hrs: This activity is about understanding the properties of quadrilaterals. A far deeper understanding is gained if we can use them to construct the shapes themselves. This is a real... more
Constructing Quadrilateralsfree27 March 2017
Construct quadrilaterals using dynamic geometryIn the following practical activity, you will use your knowledge of the properties of quadrilaterals to construct your own shapes on a computer. You will... more
Roll 'em4 January 2017
Roll it. Is that what you expected? Roll again, and again, ...Probability is a fairly new mathematical concept. For a long time gamblers were scared to analyse games of chance with mathematics because... more
Guess My Colourfree4 January 2017
Guess the colour. Take a cube. Are you right?You really can’t play enough probability games! How good are you at guessing? Does it involve any skill or it down to luck? If you get some extra information... more