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### Pirate Game

This Pirate themed game provides many opportunities for children to use their times tables knowledge. It includes three versions of the game which use different multiplication facts so can be used with children at different stages of learning. The arrangement of the numbers on all of the game boards has been...

### Christmas party planning

In this problem solving activity children choose and carry out a range of calculations in order to plan a Christmas event. The party has to suit a particular number of people and fit within a specific budget so they have to make decisions by looking at realistic pricing options such as: per-person, according to...

### Neighbours

This primary maths game children to use and apply calculation skills. Players use three dice and take it in turns to create a calculation that will allow them to cover a number on the game board. Different amounts of points are scored depending on which numbers are covered, which encourages children to carry out...

### A wave model of sound

These diagnostic questions and response activities (contained in the zip file) support students in being able to:

• Recognise that as a sound wave travels forward, the medium it travels through does not.
• Describe the movement of each ‘particle’ of a longitudinal (sound) wave as the wave moves...

### Waves on water and ropes

These diagnostic questions and response activities (contained in the zip file) support students in being able to:

• Recognise that as a transverse wave travels forward, the medium through which it travels does not.
• Describe the movement of each ‘particle’ of a transverse wave as the wave moves...

### Diet and Exercise

These diagnostic questions and response activities (contained in the zip file) support students in being able to:

• Explain what humans need in their diet and why.
• Identify short-term and long-term effects of exercise on the human body.
• Predict the possible outcomes of eating too much or...

### Moonsaics

This collection of five Moonsaics have been created by the National Schools' Observatory, they consist of five different images of the Moon, separated into multiple picture panels per image, much like a "giant jigsaw puzzle". Students are challenged to assemble the completed images, offering them the opportunity to...