17th September 2010 at 01:00

Resource of the week

A murder mystery can be a great way of teaching maths: the pupils love it, it promotes team and individual skills, and lots of maths gets done without the pupils realising it. This one gives children clues to work out which of 32 suspects committed the dastardly deed. It was originally uploaded by maths126 and can be found at

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