## Ready Made Lessons: Sequences

Activities where sequences are generated and next, 10th, 100th and nth terms are found. Animations...

Read MoreActivities where sequences are generated and next, 10th, 100th and nth terms are found. Animations...

Read MoreThe 4 digits of 2023 can be used to make numbers. You decide what to allow. Here we allow the four...

Read MoreKirstin Mulholland’s blog provides solid advice on how to improve pupils’ problem...

Read More2023 Version now available here. The 4 digits of 2022 can be used to make numbers. You decide what...

Read MoreThere are over 1150 Mathematical Activity Tiles available as above and all except the Mini...

Read MoreThese calendars were available as a single purchase as I am reducing my maths library. Page...

Read MoreSunday 21 March is Census day in England and Wales and continues the 10 year trend (except for...

Read MoreCensus Day in the UK is Sunday 21 March 2021. The image above provides 3 population pyramids for...

Read MoreLesson visual of PowerPoint/ActivInspire Find the circumference of a circle from polygons...

Read More2021 is proving to be a special year in more ways than one. Not only is 2021 a product of...

Read MoreWith Valentine’s Day on 14 February it’s topical to look at the mathematics of the...

Read MoreAn ideal activity for January, early February for KS2/3: adapted, with permission, from Activity...

Read MoreEverything you need for this activity including presentation media of problem and solutions,...

Read MoreA super activity where we can make the numbers from 1 to 27 using a few simple rules. Good for...

Read More2021 = 43 x 47, the product of consecutive primes. Last happened in 1763 (= 41 x 43) and next in...

Read More2021 is going to be an extra special year! extra special years: Previous before 2021: 1763Next...

Read More2021 is going to be a special year. In the last 100 years these have been the other special years:...

Read MoreBaby and adult skeletons drawn to the same height. See how a baby’s head is much bigger, in...

Read MoreLesson on scatter graphs inspired by Africa Counts, Claudia Zaslavsky’s excellent book on...

Read MoreAda Lovelace the first computer programmer is celebrated on the second Tuesday in October as...

Read MoreFind the inverse of a function given by two operations on a number (one multiply by, the other...

Read MoreInteractive excel activity that simulates four games of rolling two dice. Originally part of the...

Read MoreSuper activity from the original Standards Unit Improving Learning in Mathematics but now supplied...

Read MoreSuper activity from the original Standards Unit Improving Learning in Mathematics but now supplied...

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