This series of books, published weekly in association with The Times and presented by Marcus du Sautoy, approaches the subject of mathematics in a completely new, fresh and reader-friendly way.
This archive is designed as a resource for enriching your math courses and nurturing your interest and talent in mathematics! Each Math Fun Fact is a math puzzle or short article that contains a cool mathematics idea. You'll can learn about the mathematics of things like card shuffling to poker to computer vision to fractals to music, just to name a few.
To get started, read the Assessment Guide. Each task includes a task worksheet and teachers guide (containing all the required materials) and a presentation for projection (optional for most tasks). **The level suitabilities are provided to give teachers an idea of the pupils for whom the task is suitable.
KS3 Problems A+ Click Superb site with a wide range of categorised and levelled problems - Click here NRICH produce a monthly colour poster which can be downloaded for free from the link below, you can also buy them in a larger format, please note the PowerPoint which can be downloaded from here with all the posters on - Click here
12/01/07 : First new excel worksheet added for KS 3 and GCSE. The worksheet explores pie charts with randomised surveys and a hide value option to create quizzes. More click here .
WP Engine - Finely Tuned WordPress Sorry, we couldn't find the domain you're looking for. Did you just signup?
The Isaac Newton Institute celebrates its 20th birthday this year, having opened in July 1992. To join in the celebrations we bring you a selection of articles exploring some of the research programmes that have been held there.
Not sure what sort of activities you are looking for? Try this month's publication for our latest ideas on a theme, or have a look at our favourite starter problems .
Skip to main content TES the largest network of teachers in the world