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Transforming Functions - The Stretchfree8 March 2019
'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
2019 Puzzlefree1 January 2019
Be creative and find how many ways you can put together 2,0,1 & 9 to make different numbers.2019 is the year and this brings a new challenge. This activity is the 2019 puzzle. Using ALL the digits in... more
Dancing Vectorsfree4 December 2018
'Explore and practise the concept of position vectors through dancing!'Moves you never knew you had! Dancing Vectors introduces the idea of vectors as units of movement using the analogy of a dance routine!... more
Travel Graphsfree24 November 2018
Using travel graphs to describe positionHow can you describe your position? What happens when you move?Can you describe this movement?This is a really fun practical activity that will get you to do just... more
Equations of Linesfree31 October 2018
How do you define a line? It's important to differentiate the flight path of one plane, boat, missile etc. from another, if you don't, they may collide. Sketch 10 straight lines quickly on a piece of... more
Sine Cosine: Triangle, Circle, Wave!2 September 2018
If you haven't been on a Ferris Wheel yet, you've probably seen one. Close your eyes, picture yourself 90m off the ground, level with the main axel of the Singapore Flyer, the world's largest Ferris Wheel... more
Human Transformationsfree23 August 2018
'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
Inequality Pacmanfree23 August 2018
If you want to describe a point you use coordinates (2,5), for lines you use functions: y=-3x+2, but what about whole "regions"?One way is to use "inequalities". An "inequal" function is one in which... more