Quick Maths Menus are a set of leaflets that look like takeaway menus but have easily digestible maths activities. The leaflets have been designed for union learning reps to use and have space to add contact details.
This activity begins with an example of how to get from a start number to a given finish number using given operations such as +5 or x3. Students are then presented with a set of structured problems involving them selecting ways of getting from a start number to a finish number using other given operations.
Math facts name game! Each student wears a name tag on their shirt the whole day with a math problem on it (ex. Any one who addresses that student must call them Mr. This could be easily modified for different age groups with the appropriate math facts.
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A game aimed to encourage children to learn their times tables. Included are the board (ideally needs to be enlarged to rules and 3 sets of times tables cards as these are what I am working on at the moment.