I am Assistant Head of Mathematics at a Grammar School in Berkshire. I have been teaching maths for over 5 years and am trying to make my life easier by cataloguing all the various resources I have used with my classes. I do not believe in re-inventing the wheel and therefore if you like any of my resources, please feel free to use them.

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This may be a bit young for your students however we are getting quite a lot of use from secondary schools. It’s free, has no ads and we have recently built in several new teacher features (reporting, class sign up etc). Have a look and if you want to know more please let me know. If you like it a link would be fantastic as I really like your blog.

Comment by Richard Taylor — May 29, 2008 @ 10:19 am |

Hi Richard

Thanks for the link – it looks quite good for lesson starters for Y7 or lower ability sets. Getting pupils to learn their times tables can be quite difficult sometimes, and this could really help.

I will link to it for sure.

Glad you like my site.

Comment by Maths Chick — May 29, 2008 @ 4:52 pm |

I’ve poked around a bit on your site, and I’m fairly impressed with what I see. If you have a minute, I’m interested in your take on Investigations Math. We’re dealing with it in my school district, and I’m looking for as many comments on it as I can find. Thanks!

Comment by Tesh — November 14, 2008 @ 8:57 pm |

Thanks for the help!

This is useful!

Comment by Simon Rorke — November 30, 2008 @ 10:32 am |

By the way, I’m a PGCE, just towards the end of my first placement. I want a tie to wear that has something like a Mandelbrot or other mathsy design.

Know of anywhere that does geeky but nice stuff?

Comment by Simon Rorke — November 30, 2008 @ 10:56 am |

Good stuff.

I have used the volume resources and they were brilliant.

I have also created a website and I hope you may find it useful also.

Regards

Ash

http://www.themistryroom.co.uk

Comment by Ash Mistry — December 2, 2008 @ 9:05 pm |

Do you have any S1 solomon paper?

I have a resit tomorrow and wanted a soloman practice exam, i have the answer schemes but none of the actual question papers.

Anything would be appreciated,

Thanks!

Comment by Shreeya — January 18, 2009 @ 1:38 pm |

http://drmorgan.wordpress.com/2008/05/09/s1-treasure-chest/

I found this link. Hope it helps.

Comment by Maths Chick — January 18, 2009 @ 3:08 pm |

Thanks a lot!! Obviously I’m rubbish at looking for things.

This really helped!

🙂

Comment by Shreeya — January 18, 2009 @ 4:39 pm |

What a great idea!! Have you looked at Teachers TV? I did by accident and it’s got some good

15 min maths programs with resources.

Comment by NickiP — March 2, 2009 @ 5:52 pm |

Thanks so much – I will go and have a look now 🙂

Comment by Maths Chick — March 5, 2009 @ 5:40 pm |

I was just reading your blog and thought you may be interested in checking out a new math resource that my nonprofit organization, Facing the Future, has just released.

Real World Math: Engaging Students through Global Issues is a supplementary math text that puts math in an interesting context that relates to students’ lives. The teacher’s guide and corresponding student workbook contain 15 lessons that engage students in learning foundational algebra and geometry through real-world data on global issues such as climate change, population, and financial literacy.

Each lesson in the teacher’s guide includes:

• A complete lesson plan including an activity based ‘hook’ to engage students

• Masters for student lesson handouts

• Masters for practice worksheets

All lessons were inspired, researched, designed, reviewed, and pilot tested by educators in the field.

You can read more about this resource and download sample lessons on our website. If you would like to receive a review a complementary copy of the teacher’s guide, please send me your mailing address.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions about this resource or our organization in general.

Comment by Alicia — April 27, 2009 @ 11:12 pm |

Hi

Have you used Qwizdom at all? Is handheld devices for students to zap answers tothe IWB. I have a whole bunch of quizzes for it!

Comment by Zeb Friedman — September 22, 2009 @ 8:37 pm |

Stumbled across you site this afternoon. Looked at a few things. It’s great, thank you for your hard work. I like sharing things.

Comment by Andrew Turner — November 29, 2009 @ 3:00 pm |

Hi Maths Chick

Please have a look at my maths comedy videos – i’ve done ones on set theory, a circle theorem and the quadratic formula.

I hope you like them.

Jon

Comment by Maths Bloke — February 23, 2010 @ 2:15 pm |