The Logo Game 1

The Logo Game 1

I am a secondary school maths teacher and I use this resource as a brain teasing game to wake students up and get their brains working. Work out the logo - with answers. KS3 KS4 KS5 - All secondary years.
ChloeHarper10
The Logo Game 3

The Logo Game 3

I am a secondary school maths teacher and I use this resource as a brain teasing game to wake students up and get their brains working. Work out the logo - with answers. KS3 KS4 KS5 - All secondary years.
ChloeHarper10
Start of year classroom introduction. 'There is no talent'

Start of year classroom introduction. 'There is no talent'

A presentation I like to use when i'm introducing myself to a class at the beginning of the year. The powerpoint focuses on three people Andrew Wiles Matthew Syed Conor McGregor. In summary, I focus on how there is no such thing as talent and that hard work is what gets results in mathematics (or anything in life really). I refer to the three people using the side notes in the powerpoint provided. Please feel free to download, share and express improvements that could be made for the presentation. Thanks Cookie.
ecooke04
Computing and Maths

Computing and Maths

iCompute's contribution to the Hour of Code 2016. A cross curricular lesson and the resources needed to teach it for Key Stage 2 pupils.
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Thanksgiving No Prep Common Core Math (kindergarten)

Thanksgiving No Prep Common Core Math (kindergarten)

Thanksgiving No Prep Common Core Math is a packet of 10 different math worksheets featuring a Thanksgiving theme for the month of November. You can use one worksheet per day as a warm up to your daily classroom lesson. This packet is designed to meet the level of a kindergarten student who is becoming familiar with the common core standards for kindergarten. The common core standards that are covered: K.CC.1 (Counting and Cardinality) K.CC.2 K.CC.3 K.MD.2 (Measurement and Data) K.MD.3 K.G.2 (Geometry) Check out Quick Common Core Math Bundle - The Complete Set (Kindergarten) which includes this booklet and 11 others and comes with a 10% discount. All graphics are original and created by myself. Thanks for stopping by my store, Yvonne Crawford Total Pages 15 Answer Key N/A Teaching Duration N/A
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Maths Zone - Mathematical Reasoning for ages 9+ years

Maths Zone - Mathematical Reasoning for ages 9+ years

The Maths Zone series is designed to add some fun to the traditional strands of the mathematics curriculum by presenting challenging activities and humorous problems to students in a meaningful context. The worksheets are a mix of traditional algorithms and puzzle sheets and are completely original in nature, offering the novelty of a new approach. Classroom teachers and remedial teachers will find this book to be a valuable mathematical resource. Activities can be used as early finisher tasks, whole class lessons, practice and consolidation tasks or as small group challenges. All activities are linked to relevant mathematics outcomes. Mathematical Reasoning contains sections covering logical reasoning, equations, Venn diagrams and other problem solving strategies. Also included are challenging games and activities that explore a variety of mathematical concepts that are based on versions of popular everyday games such as Dominoes, Bingo and calculator activities. This is a Photocopy Master ebook (56 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Edward Connor
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Sudoku

Sudoku

These resources introduce Sudoku to children through simple colour Sudoku puzzles. This activity can be developed as a challenge to create their own colour Sudoku grids. The children can use resources such as coloured cubes or pegs to try out different permutations while they get themselves started. This download also has resources to progress and build upon the Sudoku Colour resource. Instead of using colours to complete the grid, children use just 3 numbers to create a 3x3 Sudoku grid. The grids then become more complex up to a 9 3X3 grid which also has the solutions! There are blank grids for the children to create their own puzzles. Great fun. The resources in this teaching resource are generated by and copyright Best Primary Teaching Resources. Any images used were generated using graphics resources from Microsoft Office and are used with permission under the terms of the product licence. For more quality time saving teaching resources visit our shop at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/bestprimaryteachingresources
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Logic & problem-solving saves wise man

Logic & problem-solving saves wise man

An evil Emperor kidnapped the wisest man in the kingdom and said he was to be put to death. His family pleaded for his life, so the Emperor decided to have some evil fun and give the wise man a chance. The wise man is given 12 pills; 11 are poison and one is safe. The pills are identical except the safe one has a slightly differently weight. He is also given a balance on which he can weigh them. He can only make 3 weighings then he has to take one of the pills. Designed for G&T years 9/10 this calls on all their logic and problem-solving skills. Ideally placed for collaborative working, where trial-and-error tests their ability to be wrong and yet try again. From a teaching perspective this is a real, practical, maths task, where the use of props such as Smarties or Tic-Tacs makes it more realistic than the static pencil and paper - or if you have access to some sort of ‘pod’, like those inside Kinder eggs, it’s very simple to make one slightly heavier than the rest to really bring it to life. We Solve Problems is a charity, founded by three PhD mathematicians, whose aim is to promote the use of advanced mathematics within secondary schools. We want to encourage creative mathematical thinking, to develop a skill within pupils for presenting their results clearly and coherently, as well as promoting personal problem-solving skills. Visit us at wesolveproblems.org.uk. We would very much appreciate it if you could take time to follow us, and hopefully review this resource as well, as this helps others to find us. Thank you.
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