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Who has stolen the World Cup? Maths 'Whodunnit' differentiated 2 ways with answers.

Who has stolen the World Cup? Maths 'Whodunnit' differentiated 2 ways with answers.

Contained in this resource is a maths 'Whodunnit' activity. This resource involves pupils in finding out which one of the eight former World Cup winning captains has stolen the World Cup Trophy, by working out maths clues and eliminating the suspects. This activity could be collaborative or individual and is guaranteed good fun! This has been differentiated two ways and contains questions on direction using 8 points of the compass, basic calculation and the working out missing angles in a triangle. There are also some much more challenging BIDMAS type questions in the Higher Ability version. If you liked this resource there are two other ones available for download...Who stole Christmas, and Who stole Rudolph's Red Nose Whodunnits! If you've downloaded this resource please rate it and provide feedback - all views welcomed. Thanks
rich4ruth
Calculating Missing Angles in a circle - 3 levels of challenge and answers

Calculating Missing Angles in a circle - 3 levels of challenge and answers

Calculate the missing angles in a circle. Sets of questions differentiated three ways. This resource contains three separate worksheets with the answers already worked out for you. This resource requires the children to calculate angles from two angles around a circle and including having right angles and 1 angle worked out for you.
rich4ruth
Compass Directions Display

Compass Directions Display

A bright and attractive display to be placed around the classroom at relevant points. The compasses include the relevant degrees to strengthen children's knowledge of angles.
lukepadley
The ITP Standards

The ITP Standards

Follow this link to find the old curriculum ITP files. They are now on Google. Still relevant for the current curriculum. Please check out my others resources.
andrewchown
Shapes

Shapes

Topics related to shapes with full lesson plans, resources and creative lessons on Angles in Polygons, Area of triangle and compound shapes and angles.
Edustem1
Angles vocabulary KS 1 and KS 2

Angles vocabulary KS 1 and KS 2

Hi all, Here is a set of vocabulary for angles. There's a range for all ages so you can simply download and use the ones that you want and discard the others. If there's anything missing that you want you can simply add an extra page and and type away! These resources are free but take a long time to create so please review it for me! Cheers, Emlo.
EmloResources
Geometry app with Augmented Reality

Geometry app with Augmented Reality

An innovative and exciting way of learning geometry through visualization and interaction. CleverBooks app that is easily launched on a tablet or mobile phone (based on Android or Apple) through a collection of flash cards/ printouts. The program features 3D models with Augmented Reality for main geometric shapes. Children can directly interact with the shapes and this aims to improve their spatial visualization. What can be learned with the geometry app: View geometric 2D and 3D shapes from all angles Voiceover for all the shapes and interactions made by kids See sides of 3D shapes unfold into 2D shapes (decomposition is visualized!) Check main properties of 3D shapes Find out about different variations of 2D shapes Learn and understand fractions Compare and identify objects in the environment with geometric shapes using Augmented Reality Develop spatial imagination by observing 3D and flat models Learn properties of geometric 2D and 3D shapes and fractions Interactive knowledge test Age group: 7-11 y.o. Language: English Learning Outcomes: Cognitive Development Learning geometry Development of visualization skills, imagination Understanding of abstract objects applied on geometry Critical Thinking Engagement and Usability Creative Development Life Skills New technology acquisition Academic Relevance
cleverbooksireland
Maths Year 4 KS2: To identify parallel and perpendicular lines

Maths Year 4 KS2: To identify parallel and perpendicular lines

Smart Notebook screens and activities to support children identify parallel and perpendicular lines (also included horizontal and vertical lines). There are shapes that children can annotate to show the different types of lines. "Next steps" starter activity included so that children can revisit/ embed their understanding.
julfa786
Online Triangle Solver

Online Triangle Solver

TrianCal - Open in Google Chrome. (Triangles online calculator developed by Jesus S.) I propose this free online calculator triangles without advertising to help students with geometry, does not perform the duties, because their calculations formulas are not displayed. It is designed in a didactic way to check and view the realized duties. TrianCal is online calculator triangles that works with any combination of values including sides, heights, angles, the area, perimeter or type of any triangle, calculating it with the minimum possible value (typically three). Other functions: - Draw the triangle (s) with GeoGebra. - Set the range of values in each element. - Chande name of vertex - The type of angle. - The type of triangle by its angles and sides. - Selection of language (English or Spanish). - Select the angle type [degrees (°), radians, degrees, minutes and seconds (° ' ") or degrees and minutes (° ')]. - Number of decimal places shown in the results (0-15). - You can use the arrow keys and the Tab key to navigate through the settings. - Drop-down menu to select the values comfortably. - Create a link (URL) to the current triangle. - An icon mail to communicate with the author. NOTE: You must use the Google Chrome browser to display correctly TrianCal. Examples of possible combinations: - The area, perimeter and other data (side, height or angle), if the outside equilateral triangle would not need the third data. - 2 angles and other data (if the value of the other data is not put aside the value of "a" at the time of drawing the triangle is 10).
jsdcorreo