Www.taw.org.uk/lic/itp/itps/NumberFacts_1_4.swf. Time Quiz. Time Games. National curriculum. Maths Worksheets. Dera.ioe.ac.uk/778/1/735bbb0036bed2dcdb32de11c7435b55.pdf. Www.taw.org.uk/lic/itp/index.html. Furbles ’03 Original | ptolemy.co.uk. Sorting Games. Venn Diagram. Mathematics & Numeracy, Units of work & cross curricular links for ks1 & ks2. Hindu and Sikh families often decorate their homes with Rangoli patterns during festivals such as Divali. Some patterns are pictorial whereas others are based on geometrical patterns.
For celebrations the patterns may be made on the door-step from ground rice, lentils, split peas, seeds and perfumed red powder. In this way every one coming into the house would pass over the pattern and have good luck. After a design has been drawn on dotted paper it can be used as a basis for collage work, block printing, embroidery or batik work. Another type of Rangoli pattern is called mendhi. Mendhi is a mixture of henna, lemon juice and water which is used by women to decorate their hands and feet with Rangoli patterns during festivals and at weddings.
Henna painting is also used frequently by Muslim women during the festival of Eid and at weddings. Rangoli patterns help to develop pupils' concepts of symmetry, reflection and tessellation as well as recognition and properties of 2-dimensional shapes. Symmetry. Symmetry. Definition of Symmetry. Interactive Whiteboard Resources: Maths, Key Stage 2. Symmetry A good tutorial with audio to help pupils learn the names of different polygons and how to draw lines of symmetry on some of them. Celebrity Shapes Find out about shapes both 2D and 3D and then try your hand at the quiz. Sorting Shapes on a Venn Diagram Sort a variety of 2D shapes on a Venn diagram. Sort by one or two conditions. Castle shapes Identify 2d and 3d shapes and their properties in the context of a castle. Reflections A teaching resource which demonstrates symmetrical patterns. Axial Symmetry A simple demonstration of what axial symmetry is. Symmetry A tutorial explaining rotational symmetry and line symmetry.
Rotational Symmetry An excellent teaching tool to demonstrate rotational symmetry in 2D shapes. Position and Turning A fantastic interactive resource for demonstrating right angles, clockwise and anti-clockwise, compass directions and turns. Polygon Playground Solid Figures A tutorial explaining the properties of some 3D shapes.
Tessellations Symmetry Game Billy Bug Dino Dig Volume. Maths: Measures, Shape & Space: Pattern & Symmetry. Tessellation. Tangram. Count On. Tangrams - Introduction. Logic Game - Tangrams. Maths interactive Tangram games and Tessellations. Tangrams – Geometry and More. Math Games for Kids . Cyberchase. My First Tangrams - A Wood Tangram Puzzle Game for Kids - Lite version for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the iTunes App Store. Untitled. Tessellation Artist. Mathematics and Art come together! First - just play with it! Draw on it. Try the different tools and see what happens.
Tiling Directions You can control the spacing of the tiles by altering the two tiling directions. Try tiling in one direction only: Now tile in two directions: Now try differemt numbers, pressing "Re-Tile" after each change to see the effect. Polygons You can draw regular polygons using the polygon tool. Nudge and Undo After adding a shape, you can "Nudge" it into place, or adjust its size. What Can You Make? You can make all kinds of interesting patterns! Totally Tessellated. As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all.
Teachers - For your passion in guiding students on their quest. Partners - For your unwavering support and evangelism. Parents - For supporting the use of technology not only as an instrument of learning, but as a means of creating knowledge. We encourage everyone to continue to “Think, Create and Collaborate,” unleashing the power of technology to teach, share, and inspire. Best wishes, The Oracle Education Foundation. Tessellation Creator. Tessellate! Tessellation Town -- tessellations at Math Cats. Tessellations - M. C. Escher and how to make your own Escher style art. Cool Math 4 Kids - Tessellations. What are tessellations? Basically, a tessellation is a way to tile a floor (that goes on forever) with shapes so that there is no overlapping and no gaps. Remember the last puzzle you put together?
Well, that was a tessellation! The shapes were just really weird. We usually add a few more rules to make things interesting! RULE #1: The tessellation must tile a floor (that goes on forever) with no overlapping or gaps. What can we tessellate using these rules? Triangles? Notice what happens at each vertex! The interior angle of each equilateral triangle is 60 degrees..... 60 + 60 + 60 + 60 + 60 + 60 = 360 degrees Squares? What happens at each vertex? 90 + 90 + 90 + 90 = 360 degrees again! So, we need to use regular polygons that add up to 360 degrees. Will pentagons work? The interior angle of a pentagon is 108 degrees. . . 108 + 108 + 108 = 324 degrees . . . Hexagons? 120 + 120 + 120 = 360 degrees Yep! Heptagons? No way!! Octagons? They'll overlap too. It breaks the vertex rule! ClassTools.net: Create interactive flash tools / games for education.
Ictopus. Home Ictopus resource archive What is ictopus? Ictopus (ICT online primary user support) was a support service for primary education which ran from 2007 - 2012. Tabs above and buttons to the right give access to all the ictopus resources which include:Sharing Good Practice (SGP) – a magazine for teachers about using ICT effectively in primary education which was published fortnightly. lessons2go – lesson plans for the use of ICT across the primary key stages and curriculum – indexed for key stages, subjects or year groups.Some of these resources involve links to the old MAPE website www.mape.org.uk.
The Tall Ship – a collection of primary source documents relating to the Glenlee – a tall ship built at the end of the nineteenth century. Titanic – a resource collection to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic (5th April 2012) including databases of the passengers and crew with notes and teaching ideas. Activities – educational activities for children. Puzzles and Tests (Archimedes Laboratory Project) Primary Resources, Primary Activities, Worksheets, Lesson Plans for KS1 & KS2 - TES Resources. Early Years & Key Stage One (KS1) Maths Teaching Resources & Printables.
Shape, Space and Measures DCSF ‘Numbers and Patterns’ Maths/Numeracy display banners (Ref: SB2363) Colourful banners for your ‘Maths’ or ‘Numeracy’ displays. Mathematics display banner (Ref: SB31) A colourful banner for your classroom ‘Mathematics’ display. Maths/Numeracy display banners (Ref: SB6701) Colourful banners for your ‘Maths’ or ‘Numeracy’ display board. Maths/Numeracy display banners - black and white (Ref: SB5513) Simple printable Maths/Numeracy banners that your class can colour or paint themselves. Maths topic display headings posters (Ref: SB4280) A set of printable posters with headings for the most common maths themes. Editable Maths/Numeracy topic book covers (Ref: SB6420) Printable book covers for topics within Numeracy to stick to your pupils’ books or folders.
Editable Maths/Numeracy topic book covers - black and white (Ref: SB6421) Printable book covers for topics within Numeracy to stick to your pupils’ books or folders. Woodlands Maths Zone - Fun interactive maths games. Edutaining Kids: Reviews of Children's Computer Games and Toys. Your Paintings - Your School. Math Games. Practice addition and subtraction skills in this fun puzzle game. Select from adding, subtracting or both and choose between a range of 10, 20 or 100. Find the matching cards. Count up the Easter Eggs shown and find the card that shows the same number. Count up the blocks shown in each square. Drag the correct number from the bottom onto the top of the same number of blocks. Practice counting skills in this fun online game. Find the matching cards.
Practice addition skills with sums up to 100 in this fun puzzle game. It's color by number! Complete the pattern. Look at each picture math equation. Match the analog clocks with the correct time to make an Easter picture. Practice addition, subtraction, and multiplication in this math version of Pacman.
Practice addition skills by matching the correct answer to each question. Look at each picture math equation. Practice multiplication skills with factors up to 12 in this fun puzzle game. Connect the dots in order to make a Winter picture. Help Mr. Free learning games - Sumdog. Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles. Kent ICT | Kent Trust Web provided by Kent County Council.
Primary Resources, Primary Activities, Worksheets, Lesson Plans for KS1 & KS2 - TES Resources. Ambleside C.E. Primary School. This webpage contains an archive of old but popular learning activities developed some years ago and they are no longer maintained. Teaching tools, tests, games and much more... At Ambleside we involve children in all parts of the process of designing and creating content for our website. Many of these games have been designed by, or with children. . PROGRAMS MADE BY PUPILS: (Made as independent or group work in Numeracy Hour) Problems? The Fractotron - Pupils in Year 6 made this game to practise their fractions after creating the formulae to generate the numbers on a spreadsheet! Your Number's up! Your Number's up - EASY VERSION! FUNCTION MACHINES - Powerful number problems program. THE TABLE TREES - Practice your tables with this great activity designed by Tarn & Alex in Year 4 CALLUM'S ADDITION PYRAMID - Can you open the Mummy's Tomb?
Strategy Documents Home Page. The National Strategies - Schools. Since the National Strategies website closed in June 2011, a number of popular teaching resources have been updated and adapted to allow users to access them through the National Archives. A snapshot of NS Online the National Strategies website has also been archived by the National Archives Please be aware that the features previously available on the National Strategies site will not be available on the archived versions. For example, the personalised functions, external links, search boxes and navigation will not work.
Users will need to navigate via the National Archive’s menu rather than using the search facility displayed on the archived pages. Also, the facility to log into or complete e-learning modules is no longer available. If you're looking for useful teaching resources, you may also like to visit our TES page. Another useful site for teaching resources is Teachfind . National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics - NCETM. Teacher Guide. NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving. We provide engaging problems, linked to the curriculum, with support for teachers in the classroom. This is what a typical teacher's home page looks like. Mouse over the boxed areas for further explanation. We suggest that you find the teacher home that suits you best and go there regularly for updates: This is the button that gets you to this teacher guide. It's also a surefire way to load the teacher home buttons into the header.
This button gets you to the home page for secondary teachers (shown here). The STEM link gets you to our extensive collection of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics resources. The AskNRICH link gets you to a lively mathematics forum where students can ask for help from our trained mentors. Latest The last few features appear in the latest carousel. Collections A tree of resources from the NRICH archives giving you access to the best of our permanent collection.
Trending Past Features.