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# KS3 and 4 resources to develop good mathematical habits of mind

Have you been inspired by the Roadshow activities?

Want to become a more curious, resourceful, resilient and collaborative mathematician?

We've collected together some of our favourite problems to help you along the way.

### Being Curious - Secondary Students

### Being Resilient - Secondary Students

### Being Resourceful - Secondary Students

### Being Collaborative - Secondary Students

If you've enjoyed working on these problems, you may like to take a look at Wild Maths, where you'll be encouraged to be a creative mathematician.

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Have you been inspired by the Roadshow activities?

Want to become a more curious, resourceful, resilient and collaborative mathematician?

We've collected together some of our favourite problems to help you along the way.

Age 11 to 16

Challenge Level

Here are some problems that we hope will appeal to curious and inquisitive students. Take a look, we think you'll get hooked on them!

Age 11 to 14

Challenge Level

Here are some problems that require you to be resilient. We hope you'll stick with them and feel a sense of achievement at the end!

Age 11 to 14

Challenge Level

Here are some problems that require careful consideration. Immerse yourself in them - we think they are worth the effort!

Age 11 to 14

Challenge Level

Here are some problems that are ideal for working on with others. Find a friend, share ideas, and see if two heads really are better than one!

If you've enjoyed working on these problems, you may like to take a look at Wild Maths, where you'll be encouraged to be a creative mathematician.