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Physical World Sequencesfree11 September 2021
Anything that can be measured can be analysed using sequences. In this activity you have 5 sets of cards: (1) 'Physical World' things that can be measured, (2) number relations, (3) equations, (4) graphs... more
Physical World Sequences TN11 September 2021
SOLUTIONS to the Physical World Sequences.When learning something new most techniques/methods/strategies can often be categorised into two broad pedagogical approaches, which can be used in isolation,... more
Activitiesfree5 July 2021
Age: 12 - 15 Time: 3 - 7 hours. The idea in this unit of work is to create a really engaging context for students to explore both experimental and theoretical probabilities in context. Students explore... more
Transforming Functions - The Stretchfree7 May 2021
'Explore a transformation to help Mr Greedy slim down his tummy'Mr Greedy liked to eat! In fact Mr Greedy loved to eat, and the more he ate the fatter he became.Source: Mr Greedy by Roger Hargreaves more
Transformations and Tesselationsfree22 March 2021
'Can you transform these shapes to make them tesselate? A jigsaw puzzle with a twist!' Tesselations can be wonderfully hypnotic! With some it can really quite intuitive to tell how the shapes fit togethr... more
Congruent halves and transfomationsfree22 March 2021
'Can you cut these shapes in 2 such that the two halves are congruent?' These problems are brilliant and have been around for ages. You need some real lateral thought to figure out how to divide the... more
2021 Puzzlefree6 January 2021
Be creative and find how many ways you can put together 2,0,2 & 1 to make different numbers.2021 is the year and this brings a new challenge. This activity is the 2021 puzzle. Using ALL the digits in... more
Factorising3 November 2020
Using only multiplication and addition find a link between the numbers in the original "expressions" (what is the difference between an "expression" a "formula" and an "equation"?) and the factorised... more
Human Transformationsfree23 October 2020
'Your body is an axis and your arms are the graph. It's time to "Feel the Function" and let your body illustrate the equation'This is a teacher lead activity. The first four slides are designed to be... more