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Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by Bob Bridges, Feb 24, 2005.
In which case, at the risk of repeating myself...
Sorry, did I sound bossy then?
Here are some from my list:
my favourite: fraction frenzy the most fun I've ever had with a class of middling ability y7s, the DH came in to see if we having a riot!
BTW - they completed it once!
The cipher challenge:
For all your year 7,8 and 9 needs. Extra lessons or lessons they can catch up on if they are away.
A variety of resources on this site. The Year 7 and Year 8 Interactive resources are simply fantastic to test understanding of a finished topic.
i'd say www.mrmaths.com at least for requesting past papers, model solutions are also very good
Just found that 1000problems has relocated itself here...
Here's a good site for sharing worksheets:
Another good site is Teacher resource exchange:
Search for Santa's Reindeer for a good Christmas logic puzzle (kept a top set year 9 occupied for a whole lesson!)
I've got a few other good links listed on
Just a message to any Maths teachers who have been using my website 1000problems.com ...
I missed the re-registration date this year, and a rogue buyer now owns this domain name... Accordingly, please use the IP address http://18.104.22.168, instead. Or follow the link from the CountOn.org site. I will be registering the site as 1000problems.org asap, but the IP address will stay the same.
Sorry about this!
I'm a scientist who is curently fast tracking our top set yr 9 towards this years GCSE Stats exam (6 weeks of lessons where the science time is used for Maths as well as the Maths time).
Does anyone have any interesting sites for Sampling, data handling, questionaires etc.
probably census at school would be best.
I'll have a look at school to see if there is anything else.
bb I agree with your comment about keeping links together. Lets keep this near the top so people can post good websites on here
I think that we should copy any that go astray
This is the one from Miss_C_Drink
A good starter activity for IWB or projector
Posted by Oscar
"It is is a dynamic geometry freeware program, a powerful tool for making geometric constructions developed by the maths department at the University of Bayreuth in Germany http://geonext.uni-bayreuth.de
You can download an English version but the help is in German!! You also need to download a Java Runtime file unless you have the latest version already.
Wibble73! Thank you ever so much for finding 1000 problems - I've been going spare over the past few weeks trying to find nice starter problems.
Good idea to keep these websites on top of the list.
Here's an old favourite...
More of logic thing really but so what....
Posted by: oscars at 01 Jun 2005 22:52
Here's a link to a symmetry website. There are some rotational symmetry pages.
from daddyorchips 3/6/05:
here is an interesting link about prime numbers:
for the home page and access to other issues:
http://www.censusatschool.ntu.ac.uk/ may be useful for GCSE Stats
http://cyberschoolbus.un.org/infonation3/menu/advanced.asp - information about countries, same application
http://bubl.ac.uk/link/s/statisticseducation.htm - more Stats
http://www.mathclub.com/download/thankyou.html - download a Geoboard
http://www.walter-fendt.de/m14e/ - Java applets
http://www.picciotto.org/math-ed/index.html - lots of bits, some useful
http://www.internet4classrooms.com/teachertools.htm - some fun templates for things
http://www.smart-education.org/uk/ - for people with SMARTboards
http://www.mei.org.uk/ - the best A level syllabus and links to past papers
http://meikleriggs.org.uk/ - useful if you have STEP candidates
http://www.isinspect.org.uk/reports/index.htm - find a new school!
Denzil's link for
useful for MEI exam solutions also