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#### Collective Memory - Types of Quadrilaterals - Game

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A Collective Memory activity on types and properties of quadrilaterals. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory - Polygons

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A Collective Memory activity on Polygons. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Sequences - Collective Memory - Worksheet

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This word document worksheet activity helps with concentration and memory skills. Helps students remember facts such as these. A collective memory activity that conveys to pupils the importance of sequences, patterns and rules, as well as encouraging team work and communication. Suitable for KS3 and KS4 students.
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#### Collective Memory - FDP Bubbles

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A Collective Memory activity on Fraction, Decimals and Percentages. This one contains missing answers. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory - Metric & Imperial Measures

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A Collective Memory activity on Metric and Imperial Measures for KS3. Good activity for group work. This one contains missing answers. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory - Angle Facts - Game

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A Collective Memory activity on Angle Facts. This one contains missing answers. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory - Telling the Time - KS3

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A Collective Memory activity on Telling the Time. Ideal to be used on the IWB or printed out as worksheets for KS3 students. This one contains missing answers. Thanks to Emily Grogan for this one! For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory Simplifying Algebra

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A collective memory activity on Simplifying Algebra. Has two parts, Collecting Like Terms and Expanding Single Brackets. There are mistakes and ommisions in this one.
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#### Collective Memory - Trigonometry and Pythagoras

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A Collective Memory activity on Trigonometry and Pythagoras. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Sequences Collective Memory Matchsticks

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Pupils work in groups of 3/4. They take it in turns to come out and view the image for 10 seconds. They return to their group each time and try to reproduce the image. The emphasis should be on strategies used and looking for links on the diagram eg did you realise what the colours represented? How could this have helped you reproduce more of the image?
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#### Collective Memory - Probability

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The idea is Mr Barton's, but this is my probability contribution. Show for 30 seconds, they then get down what they can remember. Show a few times until they think they&'ve finished then check their against yours. Simples!
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#### Collective Memory - Circles and Sectors

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Show it for 20 seconds then they have to remember it exactly. I put the picture of me on there so they would concentrate on their reproduction rather than staring around the room, but feel free to change it to a picture of your choice!
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#### Collective Memory - Number Facts

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Inspired by mrbarton - includes odd, even, squares, square roots, cubes, cube roots, primes, multiples and factors.
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#### Averages Collective Memory

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A collective memory activity on the different types of averages. With a question for each group to complete as well.
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#### Collective Memory - Transformations - Game

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A Collective Memory activity on Transformations. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory - Transformations - Game

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A Collective Memory activity on Transformations part 2. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory - Common Errors

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A Collective Memory activity on common errors in maths exams. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Collective Memory - Probability and Averages

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A Collective Memory activity on Probability and Averages. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm
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#### Exam Formulae Collective Memory

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A collective memory resource designed to help pupils remember the required formulae for the GCSE Mathematics 9-1 exam (or at least some of them). The first slide is designed for Foundation pupils, the second for Higher (as it includes Sine and Cosine Rule).
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#### Collective Memory - Angle Facts - game

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A Collective Memory activity on Angle Facts. For more information and ideas about how to use this resource, and links to my full index of Collective Memory resources, please visit http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/collectivememory.htm