# Maths Games

# Why play Maths Games?

- Skill or no skill? A Game for 2 or 3 players
- Printable Grids for Games and Puzzles
- Fraction of a Number Free Printable Maths Dominoes
- Game – Prime Number Recognition
- A maths game using areas of rectangles
- Understanding Plans and Elevations
- Death by Fractions – a game for 2 or 3 players
- Getting used to negative numbers Part I – a simple game
- Where can I find good Maths ideas?
- Factorising Race
- Cancelling Fractions. A game for 2-4 players.

# Maths Posts not about games

- Cube Nett Without Glue
- Part 2 – More Revision and Practice, changing the subject of an equation
- Points of view (changing the subject of an equation)
- Neat Trick for remembering the sines and cosines of 0,30,45,60 and 90
- Free Printable Lined Paper
- Free Printable Axes for drawing graphs
- Not SOH CAH TOA
- Shape Factory
- Do you know your Circle Theorems? (Printable Poster)
- Some Quadratics to Factorise or to multiply out
- Recommending mathsbot.com
- Prime Numbers Under 20
- Cross Sums
- Error Intervals
- Worksheets for changing the subject of a formula
- Parallel lines activity
- How to Factorise a Number (Or Check that is Prime) using a CASIO fx-83GT PLUS calculator
- Understanding Mean and Median
- Miss B Launches GCSE Revision Passport
- Review – Maths Genie Website
- Teaching a Teenager to Tell the Time
- Recommended Resources from JustMaths
- Currency Problems using Cross Sums
- Stratified sampling using cross sums
- Proof that Year 4 students LOVE large numbers!
- How many rectangles can you see?
- Getting to grips with the new GCSE
- Adding Fractions by Drawing Pictures
- New GCSEs – a link to some specimen papers and worked answers
- Best Compass Ever for Maths
- AQA Further Mathematics Level 2
- Pythagoras and Dyscalculia
- How to display the 18x table on a CASIO fx-83GT PLUS
- 20 Questions a day
- KS1 games
- Year 10 revision homework
- Resources for 3D Pythagoras and Trigonometry
- How to generate a random number under 1000 on a CASIO fx-83GT PLUS
- Working with angles in Polygons
- Mental Maths – how to square any number between 11 and 19
- Straight Line Graphs – a short revision video
- Squared Paper (free printable)
- Some maths practice questions on standard form and simultaneous equations
- IGCSE or GCSE Maths for Home Schooled Students?
- Dyscalculia and Dyslexia
- Measuring Angles
- The power of practice
- A very elegant piece of algebra
- Substitution into a formula (calculator method)
- Pythagoras questions to try at home
- Trial and Improvement for George
- Nth term rule – a more challenging sequence
- Subtraction Confusion – a very simple solution
- Chinese Multiplication, or how to multiply together VERY large numbers!
- How to use your calculator to understand Standard Form.
- Once Upon a Time there were three squares
- Nth term – finding algebraic rules for number sequences
- Problem Solving Skills – How much is a tin of tomatoes?
- Isosceles Triangle Numbers
- Isometric Drawing
- Recommended calculator CASIO fx-83GT PLUS
- Why do children give 10p too much change?
- The 90 times table.
- Maths with spaghetti
- Homework Sheets
- The upside down subtraction bug
- Problem Solving in Maths Lessons
- Trying to buy a calculator

# Maths Posts

- Cube Nett Without Glue
- Skill or no skill? A Game for 2 or 3 players
- Part 2 – More Revision and Practice, changing the subject of an equation
- Points of view (changing the subject of an equation)
- Printable Grids for Games and Puzzles
- Neat Trick for remembering the sines and cosines of 0,30,45,60 and 90
- Free Printable Lined Paper
- Free Printable Axes for drawing graphs
- Not SOH CAH TOA
- Shape Factory

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# Recent Posts

- Cube Nett Without Glue
- Skill or no skill? A Game for 2 or 3 players
- Part 2 – More Revision and Practice, changing the subject of an equation
- Points of view (changing the subject of an equation)
- Printable Grids for Games and Puzzles
- Neat Trick for remembering the sines and cosines of 0,30,45,60 and 90
- Free Printable Lined Paper
- Free Printable Axes for drawing graphs
- Not SOH CAH TOA
- Shape Factory

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