If you have 12 students in a class say, put the numbers 1 to 12 on pieces of paper and place them into ballons. Ask the class questions, the first to get it right with the correct working gets to burst a ballon and collect a number. Each number represents a prize which can be collected at the end.
Great for plenary, revision, end of term activity.
A task where the students need to use all the triangle constructions and perpendicular bisectors to plot a route around London.
Map needs to be printed in A4 so it’s the correct size.
[Resource taken from TES – bwellbrook]
Use mathematical modelling to solve the problem.
Link to powerpoint containing visual proof.
1. Go through the 6 most difficult questions before giving the papers back
2. Give papers back for students to look through
3. In pairs, student to answer the next 10 most difficult questions.
4. Share/discuss answers with group
5. Group to complete the test again in class and for prep
Excel Spreadsheet with a variety of probability games:
- Roulette (with scorecard)
- 3 Dice Four in a row
- 3 Dice target
- Decimal Multiply and Divide
A treasure hunt on graphical simultaneous equations
Students have to enlarge the shapes and the result will spell a word.