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.
Dijkstra’s Algorithm The way I would run this is to talk through the motivation for the algorithm from the presentation, and give the terminology worksheet to be filled in (answer in the presentation). We’d then work through the brute force worksheet. I might then run through the example, then give them the simple graph to fill in. Than we would work through TaskGraph1 for the graphs. Then I might get them to either code, or come up with graphs for them to solve in small groups or in pairs. Included: TPT presentation Labels to fill in worksheets to give structure for the students to fill in answers TaskGraph1 3 graphs to run Dijkstras on. AnswerGraph1 and 2 -answers for the graphs Brute force worksheet and brute force worksheet answers
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.
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.
Students love to be extended. Here students are introduced to factorials through real life concepts, and are introduced to permutations. Want more out of your students? You need to ask more.
Students often ask: what is the point? Factors and factor trees are in fact both interesting and important. Use this resource to help explain why and to spark interest in those who previously have expressed no interest in maths! The first part of this lesson answer that question through a presentation (and gives them a worksheet to complete). They then calculate those factors with a step by step presentation (with a worksheet to complete).
Mini project where students are using fidget spinners to calculate probability! Fantastic lesson that can be used as part of mathematics or science. Spin the sinner - where will it land?
Mega bundle of revision sheets. Ready to go, questions and answer key provided. Saved many teachers hours of preparation time!
Direct and inverse proportion worksheet with answers.
Students find who kidnapped Mavis! Complete a range of two step equations. Complete with sheet and answer key to solving the problem!
A variety of Christmas addition and subtraction resources
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.