RT @chilledmaths @DrHelenDrury Well now that you mention it. Here's one I prepared earlier 😆 arkcurriculumplus.or…
About 2 weeks ago from Inspiring Maths's Twitter via Twitter for Android
RT @mashupmath You can download all of our free weekly math challenges on our website: mashupmath.com/weekl… #edchat pic.twitter.com/g38D…
RT @OCR_Maths Here’s today's #OCRmathsPuzzle! 🍏 🍎🍏 🍎
I have a bag of apples.
I use 50% of the apples for apple pies.
I then use 1/3 of the remaining apples in a fruit salad.
There are 12 apples left.
How many apples were originally in the bag?
#teacher #resource #fractions #percentages
About 2 weeks ago from Inspiring Maths's Twitter via Twitter Web App
@pwharris @louiseseeley 75 x 24
3/4 of 24 = 18
so 75 x 24 is 100 times bigger so 1800
@AccomplishEdu @LSE_MathsHub My group are exploring this after the holidays.
@AccomplishEdu @LSE_MathsHub Love the penguins 🐧
RT @AccomplishEdu Penguins definitely got the thumbs up all round from todays TAs attending my workgroup .@LSE_MathsHub pic.twitter.com/4cSC…
Great working with Fernwood Primary yesterday considering how to integrate Numicon into their maths lessons. Lots of great mathematical talk. pic.twitter.com/2fFk…
RT @LaSalleEd Have you come across More-Same-Less grids?
Given the centre, vary the conditions of the problem to satisfy the column and row heading. e.g. the cell above might be '8 pens cost $4.80'.
@MrMattock and @ashtonC94 created a site with more examples over at more-same-less.co.uk pic.twitter.com/sL2J…
About 3 weeks ago from Inspiring Maths's Twitter via Twitter for Android
@pwharris 24 x 36 = 2 x 12 x 3 x 12 = 6 x 144
= 600 + 240 + 24