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### Youth Hostel

In this Bowland assessment task, students are required to allocate dormitories at a Youth Hostel for a given number of boys, girls and adults given certain constraints. Suitable methods of displaying the information are to be designed, a systematic method employed in order to check that all the conditions have been...

### Yorkshire Pupil Survey

This Cre8ate maths set of survey activities cover estimation and measurement, and engagement is encouraged by introducing a competitive element,. E.g.: Are girls better at estimating than boys? Can boys jump higher than girls? There is scope to perform a variety of investigations on ratios, averages, ranges,...

### World Records

This Cre8ate maths topic gives opportunities to explore real data. Women's marathon involves constructing a statistical chart whilst ratio and percentage are used in Record differences. Logical thinking is needed in World record match.

### Working in Teams

This resource is designed help students to work effectively in teams in order to support the other activities within the collection. *Mission patches: students must design a mission patch for their team. *Problem-solving plan: a tool to help students identify, break-down problems and identify the resources and...

### Working for Efficiency

This Cre8ate maths topic looks at simplified versions of three different network problems that are encountered in practical logistical planning. Paper rounds offers the opportunity for reasoning and proof as the arguments needed to establish Euler's theorem are within their grasp. It also, along with Cable...

### Winning Medals: Does Engineering Design Make a Difference?

This resource aims to give students the opportunity to investigate the impact of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) on wheelchair sport. Students create a presentation that provides a justified answer to the ‘big question’, does engineering design make a difference to a wheelchair athlete's...

### Why Does That Work?

This activity is produced by the Maths Magic project. Why Does That Work? describes a simple trick using a domino. Students are asked to use algebra to explain why the trick works. The lesson plan links to Numeracy Strategy material Mind readers and What's the trick? assessing students’ progress in mathematics at...

### Which crisps are crispiest and what makes them un-crisp?

A CREST Bronze Award activity in which children investigate the conditions required to keep crisps fresh.

### What's the Question?

This activity is produced by the Maths Magic project. What’s the Question? provides an activity to act as stimuli for work on the geometry of straight lines and circles. The activity consists of two mathematical diagrams. Students are asked to generate questions that could be asked related to each diagram. The...