Pie Chart Resources
Introductory lesson plan for pie charts including pie chart blanks with 24, 30, 36, 40, and 50 spokes (pdf file). … Read More
Introductory lesson plan for pie charts including pie chart blanks with 24, 30, 36, 40, and 50 spokes (pdf file). … Read More
Sites that offer isometric, square, circular geoboard paper (ie grid/dotty/spotty) include the brilliant nRich site and the excellent Illuminations site. … Read More
Updated May 2018 Trigonometry: use in finding heights These excellent materials were designed at Leeds Metropolitan University and are excellent for seeing … Read More
What do you and pupils see when you look at this image without the prompts? This image is about Factors … Read More
Here’s a bargain set of books on fractals that I no longer need. Just £12.90 for the lot including postage. … Read More
Very useful 53 page booklet in same format as Year 1 to Year 6 booklets available for primary teachers. Links … Read More
Eight practical, evidence-based recommendations to improve outcomes in mathematics for 7 – 14 year olds. An excellent report that is … Read More
I’ve learnt a lot about mathematics and its history around the world from these books. Of these six books there … Read More
This helps with understanding how place value works as the figures move and the decimal point stays still when multiplying … Read More
Click 3 cards to make a true statement. There are always several answers! Note that this and others below require … Read More
A super activity where pupils can decide how to find the centre of a triangle: then you may have to … Read More
All published by ATM costing £50+ (£40+ for members). Recommend all of them, available individually from ATM at their shop. I … Read More
Really useful 33 page guide in 7 sections offers A level, GCSE Higher and Foundation problem solving techniques as well … Read More
Two useful reports that show interconnections between mathematics and science. A good read for all science and mathematics teachers. The … Read More
Excellent resource from the Freudenthal Institute in the Netherlands, that can be used in a variety of ways. It uses … Read More
Ratio and proportion – a key activity: links fractions, direct proportion, straight line graphs, map scales, currency and unit conversions, … Read More
Fold or draw out the tangram parts from a one unit square. A popular activity. Create objects using all 7 … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Here are plenty of activities, many of them interactive, to use on pi day, (March 14) – Tuesday in 2017. … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Materials from the full recommendations from the 3 independent review groups are available: For poster see here. For pamphlet here. For … Read More
Ideal for use on an IWB or for use by pupils either at school or at home – but unfortunately … Read More
Articles on Maths from The Conversation – topical articles usually related to use of mathematics in our everyday life. Articles on … Read More
Update April 2017 Listen to or Download the More or Less 10 minute podcast on this story. Lego’s Next Fan-Designed … Read More
An ideal activity for January, early February for KS2/3: adapted, with permission, from Activity Maths (Level 5): The Bird Box. … Read More
Flipchart for Supporting Subject Knowledge Enhancement or TSST colleagues. Pdf file with similar content. Research Report available (including summaries etc). … Read More
The only file you need to show any fraction properly on an ActivInspire flipchart. Drag this flipchart page and adapt … Read More
Ideas for problem solving and mathematical reasoning using 2017 including: what is the smallest number that cannot be made with … Read More
Spiremaths Interactives Our own Spiremaths Interactives on Probability are great for KS3, though they cannot be used on iPads or iPhones. Nrich … Read More
This simple idea works well and helps pupils with Reasoning skills. Lesson Notes (pdf file) Coloured Grids flipchart PowerPoint (1 … Read More
Update April 2017: Sean Hartford emphasises, again, what OfSTED really looks at. Update February 2017: Materials from the full recommendations from the … Read More
Equals Online – Mathematics and Special Educational Needs. Hadn’t realised until the MA sent a tweet around that this excellent … Read More
Although produced a while back both these reports contain useful information for specialist and non-specialist teachers of mathematics at all … Read More
These collections of lessons provide ready-made high quality lessons for the new mathematics curriculum even thought they were created some … Read More
If you like the Improving Learning in Mathematics materials then these are for you – some of the same team … Read More
If you like the Improving Learning in Mathematics materials then these are for you – some of the same team … Read More
An ideal way to look at solving 26 ‘real’ type of problems after you have looked at simpler examples such … Read More
Collection of Applying Mathematical Processes Practical Explorations. Good activities to follow the Bowland Assessment activities and Nuffield Practicals and to … Read More
Collection of 11 Applying Mathematical Processes lessons that let pupils follow through investigations. Good activities to follow the Bowland Assessment … Read More
Each of the 12 KS3 Resources contains 4 or 5 independent (sets of) lessons based around a common theme (the Activities). … Read More
Ada Lovelace the first computer programmer has the second Tuesday in October as ‘Ada Lovelace Day‘, which has been celebrated since … Read More
Something for the holidays. Note that the Guardian currently doesn’t allow free access to its crosswords on mobiles. Source Mobile … Read More
Interesting, informative and entertaining programme on data that introduced me to William Farr, Claude Shannon and Donald Davies, but did … Read More
Click below for direct links to: Conference information Report: A framework of core content for ITT Report: Developing behaviour management content … Read More
Basically an 8 page report (June 2016) building on ACME’s work in this area since 2010. The ACME report on … Read More
This report based on PISA 2012 results looks at how pupils might improve their ability to think quantitatively and solve real-life, … Read More
The Compass, Ruler and Protractor flash file can be used live (but work cannot be saved). Unfortunately as a flash … Read More
There are a wealth of free materials that can be used to support this topic. Here are my favourites. The … Read More
Primary teachers should do less marking in mathematics! See: OfSTED myth busters Nick Gibb at ATL conference (April 2016) Marking … Read More
Here are plenty of activities to use on pi day (March 14) – Monday in 2016. See also the earlier … Read More
Examples of the bar method, mostly for secondary level here. Makes use of the excellent Thinking Blocks Modelling Tool. (I’m … Read More
This is an ideal pi day activity (March 14) to involve the whole school. Who can draw the perfect freehand … Read More
Stoke-on-Trent Mathematics Excellence Partnership Great to be there at the launch of this ambitious and important partnership and to know … Read More
Charles and Ray Eames produced 5 excellent maths videos as well as other videos that are still useful today. Eratosthenes … Read More
Published early February 2016, updated in March 2016, contains helpful guidance of ‘working at the expected standard’. Collect KS1 from here. Collect … Read More
GeoDraw – Jamtec (Stoke) Ltd, any Geoboard, real or virtual, or dotty paper can be used to support the understanding … Read More
These are the only 15 known so far, the last discovered in 2015. Explanation here. Picture source. The Guardian’s account. Account … Read More
Great fun making Sine wave from spaghetti. This GeoGebraTube file, diagram below, shows movement around unit circle as well as motion … Read More
Saw these in a classroom the other day. There are 50 with more added occasionally. Links follow here. Contain a … Read More
This helps with understanding how place value works as the figures move and the decimal point stays still when multiplying … Read More
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