This great maths site has an amazing collection of maths self-marking problem solving questions. Search by age level or topic. This covers both Primary and Secondary levels. Topics include numbers, geometry, algebra, data analysis, probability and more.
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A great resource for showing children angles inside a triangle. Move the corners to see how the angles change for different types of triangles.
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This site is an amazing geometry playground for maths students and teachers. Select points on your screen and connect them up to provide the properties you what. This resource uses HTML5 and works wonderfully across a range of computers, browsers and tablets.
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A beautifully made flash resource which explores polyhedrons 3D shapes. See their properties, nets and rotate the shape.
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Can giants exist? This question for middle and high school has students use volume and surface area to determine if giants can exist. This is for geometry.
Inquiry based projects can have great results.
A great new resource from the creator of 'A Maths Dictionary for Kids'. Download and print beautifully designed and wonderfully useful maths posters on a good range of topics. Your classroom walls will never be the same again.
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This is a great set of flash maths resources for your whiteboard. Topics include an interactive number square, fraction bars and a set of algebra scales.
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Use your knowledge of coordinates and shape transformation to keep on par with this transformation golf whiteboard reasource.
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A fun maths angles game where you must find the attacking ninja at the correct degrees before he attacks you. There are three levels of difficulty.
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A simple geometry whiteboard flash resource with a virtual ruler, protractor and more. Show your class how to measure lines and angles.
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