A never ending sequence of times tables questions to be projected on to a whiteboard or screen.
How many two-scoop ice creams can you make from the given flavours?
Keep your Distance
Arranging numbers so that consecutive numbers don't end up together.
Sieve of Eratosthenes
A self checking, interactive version of the Sieve of Eratosthenes method of finding prime numbers.
How close can you get to the target by making a calculation out of the five numbers given?
Work out why subtracting a two digit number from its reverse gives a multiple of nine.
An unlimited supply of linear equations just waiting to be solved.
Broken Calculator (3 and 4)
How can you make use of a calculator if it only has two number buttons.
Each row, column and diagonal should produce the same sum.
Can you do the calculations before the answers appear?
Prison Cell Problem
A number patterns investigation involving prisoners and prison guards.
Rows and columns of dots that can be joined using straight lines to create shapes.
True or False?
Arrange the given statements in groups to show whether they are always true, sometimes true or false.
Can you make a kite shape from a single A4 size sheet of paper using only three folds?
Match the shapes to the names of the polygons.
A number properties investigation
A number properties problem
Twelve snails have a race based on the sum of two dice. This is the teachers' version of the race simulation.
Starter of the Day
A different lessn starter for each day of the year.
Jumbled words from a database of over 500 different mathematical words. Can you solve these anagrams?
Arrange some statements in order according to the probability of them happening.
Transum believes that this is the best way of developing a quick recall of times tables.
Choose your own numbers for your bingo card. The caller uses two dice and adds the numbers together.
If the last card put down equals the previous card put down to the nearest whole number then all players race to shout SNAP!
Flexible graph paper which can be projected onto a white board as an effective visual aid.
Just In Time
Every 10 seconds a new calculation appears on the screen: A dynamic visual aid.
A matchstick puzzle
In how many different ways can the numbers be arranged to give the same totals?
Know the properties of the fractions randomly produced by the two spinners.
The six button has dropped off! How could these calculations be done using this calculator?
Remember these mathematical words for their shape and movement.
Arrange the matches to form four squares instead of five.
A Show Of Hands
Produce a number of graphs and charts from a quick show of hands.
Practise calculating simple percentages in your head with this animated visual aid.
Random Student Generator
The Transum name selecting application helps teachers choose students in a completely random way.
A slowly revealed distance time graph aids understanding.
Represent binary numbers with a row of ligts which can be turned on or off.
Code Cracking Presentation
A slide presentation showing techniques for cracking simple codes and ciphers.
Human Scatter Graphs
Pupils move to positions in the room according to their data relative to the walls as axes.
A good introduction to distance-time graphs
The teacher has a set of six cards numbered 1 to 6. They are placed face down on the teachers desk so that the teacher can pick up one at random which students then have to fit onto a grid.
Generates number sequences as words
This system allows students to vote or choose a response to a question posed by a teacher.
This application will pick the bingo numbers for you and present each of the numbers as a mathematical ex
Students classify numbers randomly appearing on the screen by holding up cards
The traditional fraction wall diagram showing the relationship between simple fractions.
A simple visual aid which acts as a stopwatch recording the number of seconds that have passed.
This is a visual aid designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole class exposition.
3D Trigonometry Presentation
A slide presentation introducing using trigonometry (including Pythagoras' Theorem) to find lengths and angles on three dimensional shapes. The presentation begins with a puzzle presented as a poem!
Dividing in a Ratio
A slide presentation showing how to divide a quantity in a given ratio
Some advice, tips and tricks for a Maths exam presented in the form of a poem for a teacher to share with the class.