'Maths Trumps' is a unique educational variant of the much-loved classic trump card games that have been played and enjoyed around the world for decades. Brilliant and educative fun for all ages!
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A selection of FREE interactive resources for teaching maths, including the popular QuickQuestion Interface family of products which are designed to be used on the interactive whiteboard to generate random questions for use in class.
Free online Lesson Planner and Marketplace for Educational Resources.
Graph functions, plot tables of data, evaluate equations, explore transformations, and much more – for free!
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Numenko is a fantastic game for helping children improve their number skills.
Wonderwhizkids is an e-Learning portal for K11 and K12 Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics aligned with International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placements standards. Each topic/sub-topic feature summary, Conceptmap, Worksheet, Q&As, key terms as well as practice papers.
Castle Trumps are the fun & easy way to learn all about castles and British medieval history - for school and general education. The perfect companion to our Maths Trumps!
ICT for Education is owned by ICT Media Ltd. It is an independent brand which helps teachers and others responsible for UK schools to get the most out of technology - in the classroom, the staffroom, the front and back office, in and out of school, during term time and during the holidays.
Ideas and resource recommendations for teaching mathematics. A really nice site with lots to explore.
An excellent equation editor which I used extensively when writing 'Teach Further Maths'. Easier to use than the Microsoft equation editor in my opinion. Also, more versatile. After 30 days, the free trial reverts to 'Mathtype Lite', which is still tremendously useful and functional.
Brilliant free graphing software by Ivan Johansen. I used it extensively during my writing of 'Teach Further Maths' and found it very easy to use. It also performs some very useful graph-related calculations. Highly recommended.
Excellent video tutorials for both GCSE and 'A' Level Maths. A first rate site.
A veritable feast of maths teaching ideas and resources. Another tremendous site.
"Innovative and Inspiring MATH" - a database approach to teaching (and recording progress of) mathematics for grades 3 - 10 - developed by a math teacher for schools that require flexibility in course contents and design.
Education consultant who specialises in using technology within primary subjects.
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Ever growing interactive resources and clear explanations for high school maths topics. There are some very interesting and useful ideas to be found here. I'd recommend a visit.
A comprehensive selection of STEM resources to browse, use and recommend. Well worth a look.
Practise your times tables and other primary maths skills here.
I wish I'd known about this great resource when I was writing 'Teach Further Maths'. It not only solves the equations, but shows the steps involved too. Furthermore, it will integrate functions, manipulate matrices and more. Impressive.
Some excellent teaching resources can be found here. Some are free. Others are paid resources.
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Video solutions, A level & GCSE, interactive skills practise, interactive explore teachers and student pages.
ExamTime is a free online learning platform with Mind Maps, Quizzes, Notes & more tools designed to improve learning. Easily add maths symbols and equations online with ExamTime.
Quality PowerPoint Presentations for GCSE Maths, many of which are free. Recommended.
StudyGeek.org is a free homework resource which provides maths help, in particular, because they are a team of inspired mathematicians!
Full of maths resources and videos linked with popular culture - for example, the Mr Men!
Follow the story as it unfolds in this series of linked sections, like the chapters of a book. Read the human stories behind the innovations, and how they made - and sometimes destroyed - the men and women who devoted their lives to the Story of Mathematics.
You won't believe this! Curves of real people (e.g. Arnold Schwarzenegger) , as well as cartoon characters (e.g. Charlie Brown) , including their equations! Incredible.
Free e-books and guides on Mathematics. Some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.
Maths educational activities & games. A new site with some very nice ideas, which are updated regularly. Certainly worth a look.
A multiplication-based logic puzzle. Good for times tables practice.
Challenging and engaging investigations for K-12 students and math educators.
Lots of good teaching tools here. I like the equations balance - very useful.
Disposable paper rulers. What a great idea!
Self explanatory - very useful.
Plenty of interactive resources and games to discover here. Well worth a visit.
Tutors from School enables parents and carers to find and book a local teacher or teaching assistant to tutor their child.
A comprehensive set of free worksheets that are specifically tailored as practice for SATs. Very useful.
A veritable paradise of interactive simulations for Maths, Physics, Chemistry,...!
Lots of really interesting maths facts and resources to be found here. Well worth a look around.