Secondary Mathematics Classroom Resources

This collection of resources, produced by the Association of Teachers of Mathematics, are design to support the teaching and learning of mathematics in secondary school. The activities are a mixture of problem-solving tasks, open-ended tasks, games and puzzles designed to develop students' understanding and application of mathematics.

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Cuboids and Surface Area

This activity is from the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) publication ‘Learning and Teaching Without a Textbook’Cuboids and surface area starts by suggesting two students sit back to back. One builds a 3D shape using multi-link cubes and describes the shape to their partner. The partner has...
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Algebra Games

These activities, from the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) publication ‘What kind of game is algebra?’ are designed to introduce students to new and sometimes quite difficult concepts in ways that are fun and thought provoking. The games encourage students to work collaboratively as they seek solutions....
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8 Days a Week

This activity is taken from the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) publication ‘8 Days a Week’. The resource consists of eight questions, one for each day of the week and one extra. The questions explore odd numbers, sequences, prime numbers, fractions, multiplication and division. The problems make ideal...
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Mathematical Journeys

These three activities are taken from the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) publication ‘Mathematical Journeys’.Arithmagons begins by exploring triangular arithmagons. Students are encouraged to produce a strategy for solving the arithmagons rather than rely upon trial and error. Students are also...
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