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Simply Surds9 December 2015
Play with these curious, irrational numbers and discover the key relationships between them!The aim of this activity is to explore working with these numbers known as surds (square roots of numbers).... more
Travel Graphs TN29 November 2015
The practical part of this activity can be completed as a first introductory lesson for distance-time graphs. No prior knowledge is required since the motion sensors provide the scaffolding and feedback... more
Activitiesfree29 November 2015
Age 13+ Time: 1.5-2 hrs. The practical part of this activity can be completed as a first introductory lesson for distance-time graphs. No prior knowledge is required since the motion sensors provide the... more
Prime Picturesfree27 October 2015
'Decode these pictures and unravel the power of prime numbers' - Page under construction and review -Our number system is so jam packed full of patterns and mysteries that we could easily spend a lifetime... more
Area and Perimeter of 2D shapes7 October 2015
A great puzzle to help you practice working out areas and perimetersThis task is all about the application of formulae for the area and perimeter of 2D shapes. How well do you know yours? The task is... more
Giant congruent triangles23 September 2015
Constructing large scale triangles with playground chalk and looking for congruence!This activity is all about constructing triangles and finding out what details completely define a triangle to make... more
Adding & Subtracting Negatives22 September 2015
'Adding and subtracting negative numbers made easy with this series of games and activities.’It's a hot day. You are lounging by the pool. You reach for your drink and take a sip. Yuk! Lukewarm!... more
Nature's Symmetry28 August 2015
Our survival as human beings has relied on our ability to recognise symmetry. In the past, seeing a symmetrical object in the distance probably meant that there was something to eat, or something that... more
Equation Reflections15 August 2015
The big step up from primary school to secondary school reflections is in understanding that where you choose to place the mirror line is essential in determining the position of the reflected image -... more