A fantastic statistics project based on passengers of the Titanic, that works with small groups, individual students & large classes.
The data has been differentiated to suit all levels of ability/attainment.
Zip file includes an excel spreadsheet containing the real data for over 2000 passengers of the Titanic (including links to the lifeboats giving some real interesting information!), a booklet containing frequency tables and graphs for groups that need more support and teachers notes to support with delivering the activity.
A beautiful display for your Maths classroom, using the lovable cartoon theme of Alice in Wonderland. This display has many maths themed riddles and problems for students to ponder and solve.* “Curiouser and curiouser…”*
A bundle of five great displays for any Maths Classroom - displaying important information with a beautiful, clear layout.
Includes key basic concepts, keywords, growth mindset and problem solving.
Bundle includes a TWO FREE RESOURCES!
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A Keyword Wall which covers all the necessary key language needed throughout the GCSE Maths syllabus. Each topic (Number, Algebra, Shape & Space, Probability, Data) has it’s own font. Great for a large space or pick and choose the words you want on a smaller board!
With all the words being separate to the brick wall background this display lends to being fully customisable for topics you are currently teaching, or specific words you wish students to be focusing on at that specific time - just use blue tack instead of glue/staples!
A display focusing on keywords used for each Mathematical operation.
Each operation is designed for the keywords to be in the shape of the operation itself.
Display is in black and white so colours can be altered by printing on to different coloured paper.
A classroom display highlighting the basic key concepts of numbers that are ‘hidden’.
I have found this display useful as a point of reference when teaching fractions, indices, decimals and algebra.A classroom display highlighting the basic key concepts of numbers that are ‘hidden’.
I have found this display useful as a point of reference when teaching fractions, indices, decimals and algebra.