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I like writing code to make fun maths resources. Automate to save time and effort!

I like writing code to make fun maths resources. Automate to save time and effort!
Bingo Generator for Multiplication and Division
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Bingo Generator for Multiplication and Division

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Randomly generates a games of bingo to practice multiplication, division or both. You can choose whether to include negatives, and set the size of the factors determining the multiplication. Use the Instruction tab to generate a new game. Use the Read Aloud tab to read the calls to students. Use the Bingo Calls tab to check answers. Recommended for Windows, not recommended for Mac, other OS’s not tested.
Ladder Starter Generator
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Ladder Starter Generator

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Randomly generates a ‘Ladder’ starter activity. Provides both a set of ‘clues’ and ‘answers’. Allows both clues and solutions to be copied to the clipboard by clicking a button. Tested on Windows only. Allow the use of macros to use this tool.
Expanding Double Brackets Lesson
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Expanding Double Brackets Lesson

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This lesson introduces students to expanding double brackets. The focus is on the area model and the grid method, using online manipulative algebra tiles to go from the former to the latter. The starter activity walks the students through an introduction to the grid method for multiplication from an area model, an idea that is then revisited in the lesson. The scaffolded worksheet provides student with an opportunity to practise, and includes questions using negative numbers. Open ended extension questions are given which can be displayed on the board.
Scatter Plot Workbook
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Scatter Plot Workbook

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Uses macros. Choose ‘enable macros’ to use this workbook. This workbook encourages students to analyse real-world data using scatter graphs and lines of best-fit. The workbook is based off of real world (publically available) WHO data on (average) boys and girls height (cm) versus age (months). Students are guided through noticing that an initially linear relationship falters. They are encouraged to comment on their findings and compare the results for boys and girls.
Christmas Maths- The n Days of Christmas
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Christmas Maths- The n Days of Christmas

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Christmas maths activity suitable for students of all secondary ages and above, though a-level students may be able to get the most out of it. Discover lots of maths hidden in the song ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’- from simply counting the number of presents on each day and in total, to geometic proofs of these numbers if there were n days of Christmas! A real “low floor high ceiling activity”