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 Rescooped by Marijke Walters De Veerman from Mathematics Starters

Zeb Friedman’s excellent Grade that Question resources on the Suffolk Maths site will certainly help students become familiar with what is required at each level or grade and would make an ideal st...

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## Settlers

On Mathsbox.org.uk there are some very nice Settlers, activities which could be given to a class immediately they enter the room for a lesson, giving a clam and productive start to a lesson. (See a...

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## Here's the diagram...

What's the question? Seeing this well received resource, GCSE Question Prompts on TES recently reminded me that I have successfully used this idea myself before. For example for GCSE revision I hav...

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## Dan Meyer: Math class needs a makeover | Video on TED.com

TED Talks Today's math curriculum is teaching students to expect -- and excel at -- paint-by-numbers classwork, robbing kids of a skill more important than solving problems: formulating them.

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## Bingo!

Reblogged from Mathematics, Learning and Web 2.0: I first came across Mathsbox.org.uk when looking at some resources on TES (TES requires registration but all resources are free).

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## Algebra

Don Steward has posted this sum and product task (developed in the UK by Barbara Ball and Derek Ball which would be ideal for a starter. For example find three expressions such that the sum is 5d+5...

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## The Noon Day Project

Kids from around the world measuring the circumference of the Earth, using the same method as Eratosthenes.

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