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### Fraction Activities for Students Aged 9-11

A selection of resources published by BEAM, for teachers of primary mathematics. They include challenging problems, investigations and puzzles to practise and consolidate students' understanding of fractions. *Fraction patterns - drawing diagrams of equivalent fractions *Decimal jigsaw - ten by ten grid in the form...

### Algebra Games

These activities, from the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) publication ‘What kind of game is algebra?...

### Calculation Activities for Students Aged 11-13

A selection of resources published by BEAM for teachers of Key Stage Three mathematics. It includes challenging problems and puzzles, open-ended investigations and resources to practise and consolidate students' mathematical understanding. The activities and their mathematical content are: *Digits problem - looking...

### Number Activities for Students Aged 11-13

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...

### Big Schools' Birdwatch Survey

This resource provides recording sheets for spotting different kinds of birds, supporting children to identify and count the number of different birds that they see. Containing pictures of commonly seen garden birds, they are differentiated for different year groups and/or abilities within a class. Welsh language...

### Digestive System Experiment

This short film clip follows primary school teacher, Danny, as he demonstrates a practical experiment which recreates the digestion process in the classroom. Using household items such as paper cups, orange juice and a pair of tights, this demonstration enables children to visualise the process of digestion in an...

### Flying dragon

This activity provides pupils with the opportunity to explore the overlap between art and engineering. Pupils can work individually or as part of a team to design and build a moving model of a flying dragon. Pupils will learn what a crank is and how they work, how to measure the forces of a crank and how to build...

### CD racer

This activity provides pupils with the opportunity to learn about speed and acceleration. Pupils can work as part of a team or individually to design and build a moveable object out of everyday items, which they will showcase in a final race session. Through this activity, pupils will learn about the impact of...

### Lighthouse challenge

This video explains a short STEM activity, which provides pupils with the opportunity to develop their teamwork skills and their understanding of materials and structures by building a simple lighthouse. Pupils will be able to apply their design, making and evaluation skills as well as their understanding of...

### Mechanical hand

This activity provides pupils with the opportunity to learn how to make their own mechanical hand using everyday materials to help prevent the spread of germs. The video provides step by step instructions on how to make your mechanical hand as well as offering further information around the physics of the...