In this clip from The Odd Squad, Agent Oona explains how 3D shapes are different from 2D shapes with her ‘go back in time wooshinator’. What are some objects that are shaped like a sphere? What are some objects that are shaped like cubes?

The Odd Squad must solve the pattern puzzle to open the door. Can you complete the pattern? Write your own shape pattern and get a friend to complete or continue your pattern. What kinds of patterns are there other than repeating patterns? Try creating a growing pattern.

The Odd Squad agents make a venn diagram of games that can be played indoors and outdoors to find a game the band members both like. With a partner; each make a list of 8 games you like playing or activities you like to do for fun, then compare your lists and write out the data in a venn diagram. How many games did you both put on your list? How many games were on one list only?

The Odd Squad have to solve a word problem to unlock the door. Which keywords do they listen for to change the word problem into an equation? What are some other operations other than addition and subtraction? Write three of your own addition word problems and get a friend to solve them

The Odd Squad have to find a pumpkin that has a temperature of 20 degrees celsius. What do they use to measure temperature? What is another unit of measurement for temperature? When might we need to measure the temperature of something?

The Odd Squad agents have to collect 4 litres of water but they only have one litre containers. How do they collect the 4 litres with the smaller containers? What are some other units of measurement? What are some other things that are measured by litres? How many 2 litre containers would they need to collect 4 litres of water? How many 500 mL containers would they need to collect 4 litres of water? If they had one 8 litre container, how much would they need to fill it to collect 4 litres of wat

Titch teaches Ted about fractions by having him quarter a cheese and tomato sandwich to share between four people.

The Odd Squad agents make a Venn diagram with three circles to figure out which animal can swim, fly and walk on land.

The Odd Squad agents have to make a rectangle using squares. They discover two squares can make a rectangle. Putting shapes together with no gaps to make a new shape is called tessellation. What are some other shapes which can tessellate? Can you see any tessellating shapes in or around your classroom? Design a tiled floor for a bathroom or swimming pool with interesting tessellating shapes - don't forget to use a ruler!

Find out a fascinating fact about weeds and learn to measure how much soil you would need for a garden bed

The Odd Squad get closer to solving a mystery when they notice a pattern in the objects being stolen. In the pattern, the shapes increase by one side each term. What shape do you predict will come after the six sided shape? What do we call a shape with 8 sides? What do we call a shape with 10 sides? Start your own growing pattern with numbers or shapes and get a friend to continue it.

The Odd Squad must solve the number pattern to unlock the door. It is not a repeating pattern but a growing pattern. What is a growing pattern? Can you make a growing pattern using shapes? Can you make a growing pattern using numbers? Make a growing pattern and get a friend to continue the pattern.

The Odd Squad have to calm down the monster by yodelling while Omar solves a word problem to open the locked door. What key words did Omar listen for to figure out how to solve the problem? Write three word problems that use multiplication for a friend and see if they can solve them using numerical equations.

Omar makes a table of the agents' badge numbers and notices all the agents who have odd numbers get pulled into the void. How do you know if a number is odd or even? Roll a dice 20 times and record the numbers in a table, how many odd numbers did you roll? How many even numbers did you roll?

From hexagons in honeycombs to the Fibonacci sequence in pinecones, put your math glasses on and explore the natural world and see what patterns you can find in your environment.

The evil 'patternista' gives the 1983 Odd Squad a riddle to solve, they must guess the next term in a repeating pattern. Can you think of some examples of repeating patterns in the environment around you? Can you make a sound pattern like the patternista? The convert it into a number pattern?

The Odd Squad agents have to solve a word problem to unlock the van. Which keyword tells them it is a subtraction problem? What is an equation?

Clip taken from Numbers Count: Number Systems - Ep 1 of 10 This clip focuses on the Ancient Egyptian Number system it's origins

Which TV shows do primary school teachers turn to in the classroom? Explore the range of popular educational and entertaining series made for children, starting with the episodes viewed most by teachers.

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.

Whether you use maths to measure everyday objects or to explore infinity, let Eric Leclerc, Lily Serna and Marcus du Sautoy help you visualise mathematical concepts, apply them to real-life problems and even discover where numbers come from.

Teach your students all aspects of measurement, including how to compare the lengths and capacities of different objects, and understand proportions and ratios.

Introduce the concept of half, full and thirds with the help of EnhanceTV's fractions and decimal curated collection using everyday examples to simplify the maths.

Shapes are all around us so why not use this curated collection in the classroom to assist the juniors to learn all about the different 2D and 3D shapes in our world.

Help your class gain a better understanding of adding and subtracting numbers with this numeracy playlist featuring Count us in, Cyberchase, MathXplosion, Play School and The Number Crew.

Assist your students to identify the value of money while exploring the concept of using and exchanging money with the help of Charlie and Lola, Milly Molly, Numbers Count,Peppa Pig and Tich and Ted Do Maths.

Introduce numbers and teach your students counting with the help of Numtums, the Number Crew and Let's Kick Sum Maths in this numeracy collection.

Discover how a knowledge of numbers can make sense of your life, with practical videos demonstrating numeracy skills, careers in mathematics, and connections between numerals, creativity and the natural world.

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