5 Maths Gems #55

This is my 55th update from the globe of Maths EduTwitter. If you’re non a tweeter, or if you’re wondering whether you’ve missed anything, here’s a summary of around of the latest resources for teaching maths.

1. Daily Problems
White Rose Maths Hub (@WRMathsHub) volition live on publishing daily GCSE problems on Twitter inwards the stitch to this year’s exams. The files are available through TES.

White Rose Maths Hub has too made a fantastic collection of Reasoning as well as Problem Solving Questions designed for Key Stage ane as well as 2.

2. GCSE Revision Cards

Thanks to Maria Howard ‏(@MrsHsNumeracy) for creating this dainty laid upwards of GCSE revision cards so students tin quiz each other.

3. Problem Solving PowerPoint
Thanks to Emma Bell (@EJmaths) for her operate on AQA’s Problem Solving PowerPoint. She has organised the questions past times topic as well as tier therefore directly it’s much easier to detect problems that are relevant to the topic you’re teaching. She has too added the answers to brand this a actually user-friendly document.

4. Quibans 
If yous learn Core Maths as well as therefore yous mightiness live on interested inwards these Quibans tasks from Mark Dawes (@mdawesmdawes). Quibans are ‘questions inspired past times a tidings story’. Mark’s posts include suggestions of the form of questions yous could explore.

5. New Websites

I’ve seen a duet of novel (free!) maths websites this week.

Darren Carter (@MrCarterMaths) has launched MrCarterMaths.com. This website displays sets of questions past times topic. It is good formatted as well as slowly to use.

Thanks to ‏@SaintAidansMath for making me aware of pentaed.com which is a revision website for students working towards a C. Again, I actually similar the uncluttered, user-friendly format of this website. Each page displays 5 GCSE questions – click on each enquiry to break the answer. Follow @pentaeducation for updates.

I’ve had a busy get-go calendar week of the summertime term what alongside mock examine marking, reports, a Parents Evening as well as lesson observations. It seems similar ages since the Easter holidays!

Did yous pick out grip of my recent postal service almost A degree revision resources?

If you’re looking for ideas for GCSE revision lessons as well as therefore my postal service Higher GCSE Revision volition help, every bit volition Craig Barton’s 2016 TES Maths GCSE Revision Collection.

Finally, I’ll learn out yous alongside ii puzzles that yous mightiness enjoy. The get-go was Alex Bellos’ (@alexbellos#MondayPuzzle in The Guardian. Can yous fill upwards inwards this grid alongside the numbers ane to 16?

The minute puzzle is a Yohaku. The illustration below mightiness operate good every bit a lesson starter. Here yous accept to fill upwards inwards the cells to learn the products inwards each row as well as column and the amount of the iv cells must live on 31. Check the Twitter account @YohakuPuzzle for to a greater extent than challenging puzzles.

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