# Math resources sites

Crafty Math: Angle paper-folding logical reasoning proof project... Unit 5: Origami Geometry - mathscafe.net. Key Concept: Form Related Concepts: Measurement, Space Global Context: Personal and cultural expression Statement of Inquiry: Creativity is enhanced through an understanding of form and unique use of space.

Factual Concept Questions: What is an angle? Conceptual Concept Questions: How do angles in various triangles and quadrilaterals relate to each other? Origami in lessons - Artful Maths. Solve My Maths. Kangaroo Maths. Free Maths Teaching Resources on Mr Barton Maths. TES Top 10 Resources: Transformations.

The following collection of resources have been assembled by the TES Maths Panel.

They can be downloaded for free by registering on the TES website. Transformations are probably one of the most visual topics in maths. From the simple ideas of moving objects, to the more abstract of rotating 3D shapes, the whole topic benefits from using a variety of methods to help students really understand what is going on. There are few topics that offer so many exciting possibilities. Here are my top 10 resources on transformations found on TES Connect to help you “transform” your lessons. Top 10 resources: 1. Age range: 11-16 Format: Word document and Publisher file A set of four activities each focusing on one of the transformations. 2. Age range: 11-16 Format: PowerPoint presentation This resource on transformations helps consolidate learning. 3. Age range: 11-16 Format: PDF, Word document and JPG A selection of six activities on the different transformations to engage students. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Summative Assessment Tasks. Variation Theory – Intelligent, varied maths practice from Craig Barton @mrbartonmaths. Math and science done right. Organized by Grade. Lin Foster. Number and Algebra Colin Foster, Nelson Thornes, 2003, ISBN 0748786686 "Colin Foster has probably done what many teachers or Maths departments wish had been done a long while ago.

" Karen Hancock, Association of Teachers of Mathematics – click here to read the entire review. "I was pleasantly surprised at the number of ideas (old and new). " Peter Ransom (2005) Times Educational Supplement: Teacher, 7 January Shape and Space Colin Foster, Nelson Thornes, 2003, ISBN 0748786694 "These books are just what their titles suggest they should be. Data Handling, Numeracy and ICT Colin Foster, Nelson Thornes, 2003, ISBN 0748786708 "With only a little preparation these ideas can be incorporated or attached to a scheme of work to reinforce and vary the approach ...

Minimally Different – Intelligently varied questions for Maths Teachers. SuperStickers. Fractions, Decimals and Percentages - Short Problems. Mean Sequence Age 11 to 14 Short Challenge Level: Weekly Problem 38 - 2009 This sequence is given by the mean of the previous two terms.

What is the fifth term in the sequence? Ordering Fractions Weekly Problem 46 - 2014 Which of these fractions has greatest value? Jacob's Flock How many sheep are in Jacob's flock? Farthest Fraction Which of these fractions is the largest? Tommy's Tankard Weekly Problem 4 - 2017 Tommy's tankard holds 480ml when it is one quarter empty. Multiplication Magic Square Weekly Problem 32 - 2015 Can you work out the missing numbers in this multiplication magic square? Smashing Time. Ordering Fractions. Fractions Worksheets. How much is Shaded?

(Circles) Fractions in this worksheet are represented as circles divided into sectors. The task is to work out what fraction of each circle has been shaded.answers How far along each line are the arrows? Each fraction on this worksheet is shown using an arrow above a point on a straight line.answers. Maths display resources, bunting and Ideas. Math = Love: Bulletin Board Ideas. I've spent many a hour browsing pinterest and blogs for new ideas for decorating my high school math classroom.

This summer, I'm taking some time to categorize some of my own resources so they are more accessible to readers. This page is meant to house pictures of the bulletin boards I have created over the past few years. Most (not all) are math-y, but I think they can be easily adapted to your own classroom. I've also created a page on my blog to house all of the posters I have created. Resourceaholic. Last weekend I recorded a podcast with Craig Barton to celebrate my 100th gems post.

I love the way @boss_maths described it: "So informative and entertaining, listening to this felt uncannily like listening to TMS as a cricket fan"! You can listen here and see what you think. The conversations we had in the podcast made me realise how much happens in a year. In this post I look back at 2018 and list some of my personal highlights, and look ahead to what's coming up in 2019. The start of 2018 saw the publication of Craig's book How I Wish I'd Taught Maths. Thankfully, opportunities for maths teachers to take control of their own professional development have continued to grow. In 2018 I attended three of La Salle's national maths conferences and loved every minute. If you missed these presentations then you might be able to catch me presenting them again next year. In addition to the La Salle conferences, I was fortunate to attend a number of excellent events in 2018.

Solve My Maths. Free Maths Teaching Resources. Classroom display ideas - Artful Maths.