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Table of Contents - Math Open Reference

Table of Contents - Math Open Reference

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Swedish Maths Teaching Resources Where applicable, use the links to download Swedish versions of resources. Maths Resources in Swedish Shapes display banner (Ref: SB3725) Colourful printable banner for your (2D) ‘Shapes’ display. 3D shape posters (Ref: SB1199) A set of 7 A4-sized printable posters featuring common 3D shapes. Values to 6 bingo (Ref: SB7990) A set of bingo boards and matching cards with values from 1 to 6 represented in different ways. Children turn over a card and match it to the corresponding value on their board.

Topmarks Search A fantastic free resource to support maths and science at Key Stages 3 and 4. There are wonderful interactive activities and study notes. Pupils can download the resources for offline use. Tarsia With this software you will easily be able to create, print out, save and exchange customised jigsaws, domino activities and a variety of rectangular card sort activities. The activities created using this software can be presented in printable form, ready to cut out. Formulator Tarsia known earlier as Formulator Jigsaw is an editor designed for Teachers of Mathematics creating the activities in a form of jigsaws or dominos etc for later use in a class.

Why Walking Helps Us Think In Vogue’s 1969 Christmas issue, Vladimir Nabokov offered some advice for teaching James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: “Instead of perpetuating the pretentious nonsense of Homeric, chromatic, and visceral chapter headings, instructors should prepare maps of Dublin with Bloom’s and Stephen’s intertwining itineraries clearly traced.” He drew a charming one himself. Several decades later, a Boston College English professor named Joseph Nugent and his colleagues put together an annotated Google map that shadows Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom step by step. The Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, as well as students at the Georgia Institute of Technology, have similarly reconstructed the paths of the London amblers in “Mrs. Dalloway.”

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.' Maths Videos Here is a collection of hand-picked mathematical videos freely available on YouTube. If you are looking for a particular topic you may like to begin on out topics page where you can also find starters, visual aids and interactive resources.Please let us know if you find any interesting videos we should include in this list. A History of the Calendar A fast paced animation explaining the development of the modern calendar. [Time: 3:55] A Mathematical Fable It's not just the squares on the sides of right angles triangles that add up!

Google Groupes To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings, and then refresh this page. MoreEven more from Google Sign in Climate Change What is Climate Change? How should we respond to Climate Change? These questions are complex, not least because the responses available to us depend upon who is providing the answers and the particular perspective they take. The economist sees the economic challenges and opportunities of Climate Change; the scientist sees the need to describe and explain Climate Change; the policy-maker and social scientist see Climate Change as a social problem.

Pupils in Italy excel after using Finnish maths book Third graders in the Toscana town of Lucca will continue their studies of maths this autumn using the Finnish series of mathematics textbooks they used in a trial last year. Class maths performance beat out their peers after the trial year and teacher Patrizia Piccinini says that maths has now become the pupils’ favourite school subject. “Can you imagine? I had to ban the class from studying maths over the summer break, so I would have time to translate the book for the next school year. 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. The Maths Zone also includes a section that summarizes the key mathematics objectives for years 1-6. Presently, most of the content of The Maths Zone is aimed at younger kids, but appropriate material for older students is being added.

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