# MATEMÀTIQUES EN ANGLÈS

En aquesta pàgina podreu trobar un bon recurs per treballar les mates en anglès, especialment útil aper als Centres que fan CLIL:
http://www.teachingideas.co.uk/maths/contents02problems.htm

• How Many Squares on a Chessboard? – A simple investigation which requires a methodical approach if the correct answer is to be attained.
• Understanding Word Problems – Use your comprehension time to discuss strategies for understanding word problems!
• Lunar Theme Park – A problem solving activity, in which children have to design their own theme park. Instructions and resouces included. Contributed by Jeremy Harris.
• Solving Problems – Numbers – A set of three differentiated worksheets, based around solving problems with numbers. Contributed by Mary-Anne Crook.
• Solving Problems – Money – A set of three differentiated worksheets, based around solving problems with money. Contributed by Mary-Anne Crook.
• Solving Problems – Measures – A set of three differentiated worksheets, based around solving problems with measures. Contributed by Mary-Anne Crook.
• Solving Problems – Time – A set of three differentiated worksheets, based around solving problems with time. Contributed by Mary-Anne Crook.
• Writing Number Sentences – A set of three differentiated worksheets, requiring children to write problems based around given sums. Contributed by Mary-Anne Crook.
• Inverse Problems – A PDF by Kate Beaumont, dealing with how to check answers by usng the inverse.
• Inverse Problems 2 – A PDF by Kate Beaumont, dealing with how to check answers by usng the inverse.
• Word Problems – A set of word problems (in PDF), which provide children with further practice at answering these types of Maths questions.
• Word Problems – A set of word problems (PDF) involving different functions, and testing the children’s ablility to identify what functions are needed to answer word problems. Contributed by James Gore.
• Word Problems – A set of worksheets (PDF), containing a variety of different word problems. Contributed by a visitor:
• Teaching Problems – Some advice and tips for teaching problem solving to children.
• Word Problem Labels – Word problems based on perimeter, area, time and distance, which are set out on address labels so the children can stick them in their books. Red is higher ability, Blue core, Green lower and Yellow for those with SEN. There are extra blank sheets for you to add your own, or put the learning objective. Contributed by Carol Vincent.
• Magic Squares – Can you children complete these magic squares? Contributed by Lisa Daniels.
• Magic Squares – A collection of PDFs, which prompt children to look carefully at the properties of magic squares. Contributed by Jim Landers.
• Number Challenge – An investigation (in PDF) requiring children to use numbers in a variety of ways to find other numbers. Contributed by Gary Walkington.
• Bingo Investigation – Maths investigation based around a short play (scripts and information is included).
• Toffee Tin Investigation – A challenging Maths investigation, originally designed use for Year 6. Contributed by David Hatchett.
• Problem Solving Recording / Analysis Grid – An excellent way to record working out when doing word problems. Contributed by David Hatchett.
• KS2 Blank Word Problems Grid – A blank grid (PDF) for teachers to record word problems on and for the children to then record their working out and answers on.
• Maxi-Sum – A challenging activity which requires you to find the greatest total from numbers in a grid. Contributed by David King.
• Heapersix – Will your pupils be able to make their own number puzzles like these ones? Contributed by David King.
• Backterfront – An interesting investigation which involves reversing and multiplying numbers. Contributed by David King.
• Aeroplane Numbers – Try to make these number problems using numbers arranged in the shape of planes! Contributed by David King.
• BackAdd – Try these interesting addition and subtraction challenges. Contributed by David King.
• One Spare – Work out the answers to each sum and then see which digit is the ‘One Spare’. Contributed by David King.