My classes love these:
-I get relays printed in sets+laminated.
-Pupils work in pairs,run out to my desk,get Q1,attempt to solve it+use a whiteboard pen to write the answer on the card.
-They bring the answer to me.If it’s right, they get Q2. If not I might give them another shot.
They’re mainly number puzzles.Seasonal ones are perfect for keeping kids busy at the end of term.
If you’d like to use a Google Form version, or OneNote version, or Peardeck/PowerPoint version, or Desmos version of these relays then they’re kindly provided by @mrcraigmaths, @mrallanmaths, @misscarrollmath and @conyersmaths. Links to all of these are found in this document:
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Thank you for sharing! Thought I was just getting the Pi Day relay shown on Twitter but all the extras look fabulous too! Great mix of questions for Pi Day.
Thank you so much
This is brilliant, thank you
I plan to try this for the first day! It looks like perfect fun!
Fantastic. Using them in Japan with my returnee students. They love them and get very competitive.<br />
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