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The Chase  gameshow activity.
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The Chase gameshow activity.

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Based on the template that 'darlingtonthomas' created to emulate 'The Chase' gameshow. Each pupil/team is a Pixar character - click on the character to move them to the next step. Updated to include some questions. Click on the green arrow to proceed.
STEM Lesson - Building a bridge
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STEM Lesson - Building a bridge

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A STEM lesson where pupils can learn about three different types of bridges. Pupils will then construct a bridge using a template trying to create the longest and strongest bridges. You will need small weights for the test such as plastic multi-link cubes.
Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High Attainment
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Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set IGCSE Year 10. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 4
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Maths Vegas Revision Bundle 4

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My collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This pack contains eleven revision activities covering: - Low/Mid/High Year 10 (Edexcel GCSE) - Low/Mid/High Year 11 (Edexcel GCSE) - Mid/High Year 10 (CIE IGCSE) - Mid/High Year 11 (CIE IGCSE) - Some contain 'Famous Mathematician' bonus rounds which really get them flustered. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Year 7 High Attainment (4)
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Maths Vegas - Year 7 High Attainment (4)

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set Year 7. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas Revision Game - Samples
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Maths Vegas Revision Game - Samples

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. These have been a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. Here are two examples: - A high Year 9 class (Edexcel GCSE) - An AS-Level class (CIE) You can find more here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-pack-1-11174126 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-pack-2-11188983 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-pack-3-11174150 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-pack-4-11188986 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-pack-5-11174164 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-mega-revision-packs-1-5-11188991 Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Number base investigation
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Number base investigation

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Challenge and stretch your pupils with this challenge revolving around number bases. Pupils will learn about what number bases are and have to draw on their knowledge of forming and solving quadratics in order to overcome a mathematical problem.
Maths Vegas - Year 7 High Attainment
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Maths Vegas - Year 7 High Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set Year 7, Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - Primary
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Maths Vegas - Primary

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at Year 5-6. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High / Year 11 Mid-Attainment
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Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High / Year 11 Mid-Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set IGCSE Year 10 or mid-set Year 11. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.
Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High Attainment
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Maths Vegas - IGCSE Year 10 High Attainment

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From my collection of Maths Vegas games I have made over the past few years. I have found these to be a tremendous method of engaging the pupils in revision lessons. The pupils really look forward to these lessons and see them as a treat. A great way to trick them into learning and completing good collaborative work. See some FREE examples: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-vegas-revision-game-samples-11188999 This activity is aimed at high-set IGCSE Year 10. Instructions: Print off some money (Google) or buy some Monopoly money (eBay) to use. Arrange pupils in groups and give each group £50. Pupils bet between £1-20 on each topic (before seeing the question) - I find the best way is to instruct the pupils to place their bets on separate whiteboards at the front. Pupils will double their money with a correct answer or lose it for a wrong answer. Variations: - Pupils can bet as much as they like on the last question. - Pupils can play a 'joker' once so their bet in tripled.