lesson ideas
There is no real plan to which topics are here, they are just things I have tried and found interesting. They are loosely linked to the national curriculum, even if it is only through the using and applying strand. I believe that these tasks will be useful in developing mathematical skills for all students.
I have not levelled the tasks. Many of them are accessible to students from around level 4 upwards and do not require much prior mathematical knowledge. I have tried most of them with students of all levels from years 713. Some of them (such as angles in polyhedra) are more mathematical and are only suitable for older students.
There are also these other resources I made in the past that may or may not be useful. They are powerpoints but are not designed to be used as a slideshow, rather as oneoff tasks:
If you have any suggestions for possible tasks, please let me know.
I have not levelled the tasks. Many of them are accessible to students from around level 4 upwards and do not require much prior mathematical knowledge. I have tried most of them with students of all levels from years 713. Some of them (such as angles in polyhedra) are more mathematical and are only suitable for older students.
 geometry

sequences
 games
 origami club (Michael Bennett)
 group symmetry
 pascal's triangle
 growth
 what's the question? (Doug Downs)
 little acorns (Steve Alcorn)
There are also these other resources I made in the past that may or may not be useful. They are powerpoints but are not designed to be used as a slideshow, rather as oneoff tasks:
 maximums and minimums (for AS differentiation)
 a month of starters
If you have any suggestions for possible tasks, please let me know.