KS2 - 'Maths on Target' by Stephen Pearce New Curriculum 2014 We are currently writing new material for the curriculum changes to come into effect September 2014. These new books will follow our very successful Maths on Target series written by Stephen Pearce and will be called 'Target Your Maths.' Sample pages will be available soon. We hope to have these books available for purchase by September 2014. Georgia Mathematics Educator Forum: Grades K-5 - Number Talks and other Multi Grade Resources Number Talks Webinar: Resources from Number Talks webinar: Building Fact Fluency: Connecting Number Talks and Purposeful Practice (documents linked to fluency discussion chat) "Ten" Frames for larger numbers: (Thanks, LC-B!) Flash Maths Top rated maths activities Mean from Frequency Tables Compound Interest Calculator Rotational Symmetry Compound Circle Problems Special Types of Numbers
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Larry Green Below are Mathematical Applets. Enjoy! Intermediate and College Algebra Functions Conics Sequences and Series Logs and Exponents Linear Programming Lecture Notes For Lake Tahoe Community College Math Courses (Not Interactive, but informative) Catalog of Mathematics Applications Found in Non-Mathematics Courses Catch of the Day - The Maths Zone - June 30, 2010 The Maths Zone website brings together and organizes a variety of free resources located on the Internet which can be used for teaching mathematics. The Maths Zone groups together resources from numerous sites in sections sorted by age level and topic to form a repository of interactive games and other activities for teaching math skills to learners aged 5-16. Content intended for young learners (KS1/2, ages 5-11) is grouped by the following topics: counting and number sense, number facts, calculating, shapes, measuring, handling data, and using and applying math. For older students (KS3/4, ages 11-16), content is categorized as tools, number sense, addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, algebra, geometry, and data handling.
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