Get students to work out their answer in depth…
Resources:Tape- different colours and marker pensWhat to do:To show students the variety of ways Maths is involved in our everyday interactions, dealings and learning, do the following…Create an Angle Door…
I can hear the teachers now as they tell
Resources:NothingWhat to do:Teacher can present a series of statements on the board or read them out loud. The idea is for students to associate the clues to a relevant topic/keyword from the lesson.e.g:
Resources:Whatever you need to make an interactive display!What to do:@MissBsResources @ASTSupportAali and @FKritson are asking you to join in on this competition;We would like to see your most creative Numeracy across the curriculum displays/ideas/initiatives!Post them on the Padlet below… (Information
Download the resources for this from here.
What to do:
Using the template write your own definitions along with an abbreviation (make a note of which abbreviations you’ve used so as not to repeat them.
Resources:Random items, items from a charity shop, car boot sale etc.What to do:Assign roles; you will need:Auctioneer– this person will sell the items to the crowd of buyers (may need to be the teacher)Buyers – these students have to buy the
Resources: 1 x A5 colour copy of Dartboard. Click HERE for editable word doc and HERE for PowerPointRevision equipment/materials eg. highlighters, flash cards, revision notes, a sheet of paper to keep their score/note of activities completed. Here is a GCSE PE version by @meesh_121 What
Resources:Paper/Glue/Scissors/ColoursWhat to do:Why not give pop up bar graphs a go in your lessons. (Doesn’t just have to be a Maths lesson!)Turn a bar graph into an interactive, physical tool for your students to evaluate and discuss.
Image created by @PrimaryIdeas based on the idea by @bucharesttutor
Create your own calculator race sheet…What to do:This activity allows students to become comfortable with using a calculator- scientific/non-scientific. Students should
Resources:Scrabble Tiles?What to do:Ask students to make keywords/terms/ideas/topics link together using scrabble tiles. Great way to involve numeracy and literacy as a quick starter. Or as a revision tool to stick up as a display?Students can each make one word and then
The Literacy Plasters post was so successful- that Maths Plasters have now been developed!Resources:Download template created by Kev Lister– editable version here– and a completed version here
*UPDATE* A massive range of topic specific REVISION Maths Plasters have been created by @Robewilliams79 here. Including
Resources:Drama Dollars- Click HERE
How It Works:
Students will be given a certain amount of dollars at the start of a practical task and will have to buy:
use of lighting
buy access to a