Here's a self-checking, simple questions, as you get the answers correct the tree lights up.
Nothing fancy. Just needed something for a computer lab tomorrow.
Continuing with some design and construction activities for the end of term.
I think I just found the activity for the last period on the last day of the year.
A couple of end-of-term/year activities…
The end of term series of posts are some of the most popular on this site.
The end of term/year often brings lots of disruptions. So, as much as I like to keep teaching till the end, some days require something a little different. I like hands-on quasi-mathematical activities that allow every student to engage with and complete. And on Thursday, just before having one of those disrupted days, I found this…
Tomorrow is the last day of term… hurray! Here’s another end of term activity for use with your maths class.
The last week of term begins next week…
The end of year activity of choice this year, will be making Zombies!
Trying to motivate Year 10 after the School Certificate Exams are completed is tough. I like to use geometric design activities. Whilst they seem like “fun”, or at least non-taxing on the brain – they get the students following a procedure, using geometric instruments and can be lead to a good discussion about the Mathematics of design.
It’s been two terms since my last post on this blog, End of term activities. So, as I return to this blog at the end of the year, here are some more “last day” type activities.
For the last day of term, lessons may not follow a normal program, however they can still be engaging and mathematics related.
Simon Job — ninth year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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