# Maths

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We thought it would be helpful for maths teachers if we identified our favourite "rich tasks" from the NRICH collection. These resources have been chosen because they are ideal for developing subject content knowledge as well as mathematical thinking and problem-solving (process) skills. The documents give links to the different topics in the curriculum. We know they are transferable and useful to all teachers, whatever curriculum they follow.

Investigation

## Math Worksheets | Printable Math Worksheets for Various Math Topics

Number

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## Posterazor- Help making your classroom displays stunning

Edward De Bono ‘s “Six Hat Thinking” gives a structured approach to teaching pupils how to think effectively and in a balanced way. It’s ideal for learning that requires higher-order thinking processes such as analysing and evaluating that are towards the top end of Bloom ‘s Taxonomy. This week my year 7 class are bringing in a questionnaire they did for homework. The lesson is based on working in pairs to effectively evaluate each other’s questionnaires and to suggest improvements. The plenary will be about pupils reviewing the suggestions they have received and formulating a plan that they will then use to improve their questionnaire. The following resource is the scaffolding I’m providing to guide their evaluation and planning.

## Starters Of The Day

Have today's starter of the day as your default homepage. Copy the URL below then select Tools > Internet Options (Internet Explorer) then paste the URL into the homepage field. Starter Of The Day is often mentioned on the Times Educational Supplement website. Feedback

Measures

## Marathon Man Bearings

Image via Wikipedia In 2009, comedian Eddie Izzard ran 43 marathons in 51 days around the UK. He endured blisters, losing a toenail and damaging an ankle ligament. He also had daily ice baths which, in his own words, were “to stop your legs inflating to the size of an elephant”! After running over 1100 miles he returned to Trafalgar Square on 15th September 2010.
Assessment

Elevator Pitch Using . Maths activities in different places around the . location, maths topic, map. Activities explained in in Google Maps.