Time to get the party started by counting from sixteen to twenty.
Are you ready for the big dance number? Numberblock Twenty struts his stuff and dances the Two Tens Tango.
A puzzle solving champion shows us how we can make the same sized cube using eleven different cube nets. What other 3D shapes can you make using nets? Do any other shapes have eleven different nets?
Meet a mathematician who is also an origami expert and learn how to make a cube out of folded paper. You will need six square pieces of origami paper for each cube. Try it for yourself then do some research and see what other modular origami creations you can learn to make.
Who needs maths in "real life"? Everybody does! Check out our numeracy quiz with some practical puzzles and number knowledge this National Numeracy and Literacy Week.
Introduce basic counting and addition with Numberblocks. Develop knowledge of angles, describe routes and recognise fractions with MathXplosion. Consolidate students’ understanding of percentages and apply it to food waste in Ecomaths. And orientate your class to map scales and rotating shapes with Look Kool.
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