Number Activities for Students Aged 11-13

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A selection of resources, published by BEAM, for teachers of Key Stage Three mathematics. They include challenging problems and puzzles, open-ended investigations and cross-curricular activities to practise and consolidate students' mathematical understanding of proprties of number.

*Find my number - using properties to identify a number

*Grid pattern - patterns on a different grids using multiples of five

*How many answers? - calculator challenge

*Multiples - game identifying multiples of numbers generated by a ten sided dice

*Next to - using factors

*Number bonds - investigation to find how many bonds give an answer less than ten

*Number jigsaw - jigsaw of 100 grid with missing numbers

*Patterns - completing sequences including some with decimals

*Prime, square or triangular - using properties to make three digit numbers

*Tables - tables facts and properties

*Taslin's house - finding a number from clues

*Think of a number - investigating a chain calculation

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