SMILE Mathematics Books

SMILE (Secondary Mathematics Individualised Learning Experiment) was initially developed as a series of practical activities for secondary school students by practising teachers in the 1970's.

These mathematics books are intended to be not only a source of ideas but to be a flexible resource that can be adapted to different circumstances and ability groups. They cover Key Stages Two, Three and Four.

Each of these books is a standalone resource full of ideas and suggestions, many of which have been collected or trialled by practising teachers.



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SMILE mathematics network 4 - 7

The 2001 SMILE Network reflects the Mathematics National Curriculum 2000 and the Key Stage 3 Framework for Teaching Mathematics.

The Network is intended to assist teachers in planning and recording a scheme of work for each student according to their mathematical needs.

The Network can be used as a...

Real data: statistics projects for Key Stage 3

This resource from SMILE Mathematics consists of six themed handling data projects. Each project has teacher guidance giving possible hypothesis within the theme and also potential outcomes at different mathematical levels for each project under the headings: planning and collecting, processing and representing,...

Discussing data: interactive CD ROM and activity book pack

The "Discussing Data" pack is made up of an interactive CD-ROM and accompanying activity book. The activities in both have been specifically designed to be used for whole class teaching at Key Stage 3 to develop students' data handling skills, particularly analysing and interpreting data, through discussion. The...

Bridging units from SMILE mathematics

This resource from SMILE Mathematics provides materials for two units of work that can be used in Key Stage Two and Key Stage Three. They provide an opportunity for curriculum continuity for students transferring from primary to secondary school, although they can be used as standalone units in each phase. Each...