Christmas 2015

Festive Venn Diagrams OUP

Festive Venn Diagrams – Oxford University Press

All links and resources here have been checked – December 2015.
Note the Christmas Venn Diagrams from Oxford University Press – perfect for the new GCSE courses!

If you like the idea of an advent calendar, Nrich have a whole collection or use a TES resource to make your own version. This very well presented PowerPoint advent calendar could easily be adapted for your students; another is available here, complete with work sheets for students and teachers’ notes; clear instructions are given for adapting the calendar for your own classes.

View the updated original post for a collection of Christmas resources and activities

Mathematics, Learning and Technology

Christmas resources – all links have been checked / updated. (December 2015)

Advent calendar Alex Pett Advent calendar by Alex Pett.

We’ll start with Alex Pett’s very beautiful advent calendar complete with history and problems for each day (and turn the sound on!). It is an ActivInspire resource but Alex has also provided a pdf version or use as aGoogle document.

nrich advent Nrich Advent Calendar – Secondary

On the subject of advent calendars Nrich have 2015 calendars for both primary and secondary which link to Nrich problems. You can in fact find a whole collection of advent calendars on Nrich and clearly the year doesn’t matter! Note the different themes available – a Sudoku for each day perhaps? Or a tangram? Maybe you want to play a game? 

Nrich 2013 Advent Calendar Nrich 2013 Advent Calendar

The 2013 Nrich calendar for secondary (11-18) has an activity with a video behind each door.


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