Students can discover more about Carl Friedrich Gauss in a fun and interactive way. Zero preparation for the teacher! Gauss is considered to be a master of mathematics, revolutionizing number theory. He also contributed to physical sciences. Students respond to open-ended questions in this nicely presented resource.
Straight line graphs worksheet and answers for GCSE maths. The idea behind this is that there is no teacher preparation required!
Students find who kidnapped Santa! Complete a range of two step equations. Complete with sheet and answer key to solving the problem!
Designed to help learners differentiate between positive and negative numbers
Make maths fun with these Year 2 (KS1) addition and subtraction word problem challenge cards! Illustrated by lovely large images to help your children relate maths problems to real-life scenarios.
Negative numbers, includes a game (including printable playing cards). Slides include practical applications for negative numbers including overdrafts and a worksheet based on the same.
Cut the triangles out, and the students fit them back together to create the larger triangle. A great differentiated resource that is certain to engage your students and cement their knowledge of positive and negative numbers.
Students can discover more about famous mathematicians in a fun and interactive way. Zero preparation for the teacher! From Ada Lovelace to Willard Gibbs there are many famous mathematicians. But how many do your students know? Students respond to open-ended questions in this nicely presented resource. Two suggestions for delivery: Give all of the students the same mathematician. Maximum 10 minutes for each. Who can go through the set fastest? Give different groups different mathematicians. Then present.