Multiple Intelligences Starters:
Make more of analogies to help remember mathematical concepts.
This activity requires students to memorise fifteen numbers in a three by five grid.
This is the Maths version of the traditional memory game. Memorise 10 mathematical facts then recall them as they disappear from view.
Memorise a picture made up of geometrical shapes
Work out which team played which from the information given.
Can you improve your ability to remember telephone numbers?
Can you solve this paradox by agreeing whether the statements are right or wrong?
March 14th is Pi Day. The third month and the 14th day relates to 3.14 which is pi to three significant figures. How many figures of pi can you memorise?
Can you draw 4 straight lines, without taking your pencil off the paper, which pass through all 9 roses?
Place a symbol between the four and the five to get a number greater than four and less than five.
A quick quiz about five items on a shopping list written 40 years ago.
Allow two trains to pass by using the limited amount of siding space.
Separate three rows of three animals using three squares.
What is the sum of the numbers missing from the given Sudoku puzzle?
Turn mathematical words into designs which will help you remember the meanings of the words.
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A very old game but one which involves mathematical based strategies. Take turns with the computer to remove items from the piles. You can remove as many items from the same row as you like. Whoever removes the last item is the winner.
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