I've had Make bingo for trig exact with radians on my To Do list for a while.
I reckon Maths Bingo is a great starter, ender or in-betweener…
Here are some resources for the new year…
This week, my Year 8s have been looking at inequality signs, graphing inequalities and solving simple (one-step) inequalities. Today, after solving inequalities, we played a simple game. A simple, obvious game, that really doesn’t warrant a blog post.
I’ve been meaning to try ClassTools.net for a while. With ClassTools.net you can make interactive Flash games, from a range of templates, then save and share them.
I wanted to play a multiplication bingo type game with a class the other day, so I grabbed two 10 sided dice (apparently you don’t need to call a single dice a “die” anymore) out of the cupboard. Then I thought… hey I have a projector and a laptop.
The last week of term begins next week…
Building an Angle Wheel is a great way to consolidate an introduction to angles for Year 7.
Another game, this time for the most basic “technology” in the maths classroom – the calculator.
I’m trying to build up a collection of maths games for lesson fillers, reward and skills practise.
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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