Grade 4 ADDITION & SUBTRACTION 4 DIGITS
Grade 5 SYMMETRY
Grade 6 CAPACITY & VOLUME
Grade 7 SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME
Grade 8 2D GEOMETRY
Grade 9 AREA & PERIMETER
Grade 10 EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY
Grade 11 TRIG EQUATIONS AND IDENTITIES
Grade 12 GRAPHS, EQUATIONS, TABLES – […]
You can download the template here and cut it out or make it on card. Try the puzzle yourself.
Either make a square with 5 pieces or make a square with 6 pieces.
If you don’t have a […]
GAMES FOR A GROUP OR CLASS OF ANY SIZE
See the Home Learning Guide to find the best game for your group. All the games are played in a similar way but with variations of scoring systems.
When you turn this star around it looks exactly the same in 5 different positions so we say it has ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY of order 5.
Is it possible to draw a 6-pointed star in the same way […]
What do you notice? Why does this happen? Will it […]
Another TARGET game for any number of players. You want to win? So THINK MATHEMATICALLY and ESTIMATE the likely answers. When you multiply H hundreds by T tens what do you want the product of the digits H×T to be? A bit less than 10 perhaps?
You will need a set of 10 cards […]
A game for any number of players. You want to win by getting the total close to 100, so THINK MATHEMATICALLY! Concentrate on the digits in the tens column. What do you want them to add up to?
Another TARGET game for any number of players or for the whole class as a lesson starter. You want to win so THINK MATHEMATICALLY. To get near to the target of 1000 you must get the hundreds digit multiplied by the single digit number close to 10. So for those 2 digits […]
Another TARGET game for any number of players or for the whole class as a lesson starter. You want to win so THINK MATHEMATICALLY. To get near to the target of 100 you must get
roughly 100×2-digit number = 4-digit number.
Think what that means for the tens digit in the 2 digit number and […]
A tetrahedron (plural tetrahedra) is a solid with four triangular faces. How many different tetrahedra can you make using the four different types of triangle shown in the diagram if you have an unlimited number of each type?
Type R are right angled isosceles triangles with sides a, a and b units.