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### Ways of Showing

The problems in this feature give you chance to consider different ways of showing (or representing) your thinking.

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### Can you play strategically?

These games will encourage you to play strategically. Can you think ahead and modify your tactics as you go along?

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### Number Sense and Place Value

This lower primary feature focuses on number sense and place value.

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### Maths Explorers

Are you a maths detective? Choose a task and use your mathematical skills to solve the problem.

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### Is there a better way?

This feature includes tasks which have multiple routes to the solution. We hope this will make you curious about finding different approaches!

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### Playing with Coins and Mathematical Sudokus

In this feature for Primary students, we challenge you to solve our Mathdokus, mathematical versions of the well-known Sudoku.

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### What is the Question?

The tasks in this feature are all about practising times tables, but with a difference...

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### Thinking Differently

You'll need to think a little differently to have a go at the challenges in this feature. Don't be afraid to have a go and try something out!

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### Mathematical Wizardry

The tasks in this feature all contain tricks that use maths, not magic, to make them work!

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### Getting to know your quadrilaterals

The problems and games in this feature for Primary students will challenge you to visualise quadrilaterals.

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### Reasoning

These activities will give you chance to use mathematical reasoning in different ways.

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### New to You?

We hope the new ideas and situations in these activities will make you curious to know more.

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### From Playing to Explaining

The tasks in this feature encourage you to play and explore, then think deeply about the mathematical ideas underneath.

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### Trial and Improvement

The tasks in this lower primary feature lend themselves to being solved by trial and improvement.

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### Playing with Cuisenaire

The activities in this feature all make use of Cuisenaire rods. We hope you enjoy being playful with the rods as they help you uncover and connect some important mathematical ideas.

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### The National Young Mathematicians' Award

These tasks are great preparation for the Young Mathematicians' Award.

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### Matching Pairs

The matching pairs games in this feature give you the chance to compare amounts represented in different ways.

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### Digging into Geometry

Dig deeply into geometrical ideas by having a go at the tasks in this Primary student feature.

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### Recording

Have a go at these activities and don't be afraid to record in whatever way you like.

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### Jump into Geometry

These lower primary tasks all involve geometry - describing and sorting shapes, turning (or angles) and pattern.

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### Working Systematically

Having an order or pattern to the way you work will really help with these activities.

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### And Another ...

This tasks each give you a chance to transfer your thinking from one example, to another, to another ...

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### Digging into Number

The tasks in this Primary student feature give you the chance to dig deeply into maths, particularly number and calculation.

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### Getting Better at Group Work

Have a go at these lower primary activities to improve your group-working skills.

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### Puzzling with Paper

This feature challenges you to create different shapes by folding A-sized paper. Grab some paper and get folding!

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### Becoming a Better Mathematician

In this feature we have brought together groups of linked tasks, which will help you develop the five key ingredients that make successful mathematicians.

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### Number Patterns

Explore these lower primary activities which focus on making, recognising and continuing number patterns.

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### Open Spaces

In this feature, we give you some starting points for mathematical investigation. What can you discover?

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### Take a fresh look

These problems invite you to look again at ideas you may think you know inside-out.

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### Which Way?

The tasks in this feature encourage you to make a deliberate choice about the way you solve a calculation.

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### Play to Win

Can you find a winning strategy for each of the games in this feature? Do you notice anything that is the same about the games?

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### Shape Your Proof

In this feature for Primary students, we offer geometrical tasks which give you the chance to notice patterns, make conjectures and create convincing mathematical arguments.

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### Shape your Thinking

These activities will encourage you to think flexibly about shape, position and movement (geometry).

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### Olympic Maths

To celebrate the 2016 Olympic Games, why not have a go at these maths and sport challenges?

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### Interactivities to Make You Inquisitive

These activities all have interactive elements to arouse your curiosity!

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### Balancing

The activities in this feature for primary students will help you deepen your understanding of what it means when we say that two amounts are equal.

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### Mathematical Habits of Mind

These activities will help you to be curious, thoughtful, collaborative and determined.

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### Perusing Patterns

The tasks in this feature for Primary students will give you the chance to identify, copy and extend patterns, as well as to create your own, which will help you think mathematically.

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### Delving into Data

The tasks in this feature for primary students give you the chance to interrogate data as well as come up with your own questions to investigate.

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### Cubes

The activities in this feature all use interlocking cubes to help you think mathematically.

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### Happy Birthday NRICH!

To celebrate NRICH's 20th birthday, we have brought together some tasks from NRICH which you might not have come across before. We might call them 'hidden gems'!

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### I Like to Prove it!

The tasks in this feature give you the chance to identify patterns, make conjectures and then create mathematical arguments that will convince even a mathematician!

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### Diving into Factors and Multiples

The activities in this Primary feature will help you get more of a 'feel' for numbers, in particular for factors and multiples.

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### Learning From Other People's Starting Points

In this feature, you can see how some children started each task, but this isn't because we want to give away the solutions!

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### Play to Win

This feature brings together some strategy games from the Play to Win pathway on Wild Maths.

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### Olympic Maths

Celebrate the 2016 Olympics by having a go at these sports and maths challenges for upper primary students.

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### Mathematical Habits of Mind

These activities will help you to be curious, thoughtful, collaborative and determined.

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### Happy Birthday NRICH!

To celebrate NRICH's 20th birthday, we have brought together some tasks from NRICH which you might not have come across before. We might call them 'hidden gems'!

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### Learning From Other People's Starting Points

In this feature, you can see how some children started each task. This isn't because we want to give away the solutions!

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### Number Sense and Place Value

This upper primary feature focuses on developing your sense of number and getting to grips with place value.

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### Number Facts

This feature gathers together activities which will help you get better at knowing and using number facts.

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### Codebreakers

Can you crack the code, solve the puzzle and think like a mathematician? Have a go at one of our puzzles and send us your solution.

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### What's Algebra All About?

Try these activities to find out more about what it means to be thinking algebraically.

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### I wonder ...?

Have you ever started a mathematics task and then stopped and wondered about something in it? We think these tasks might make you do this.

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### Reasoning

Have a go at these activities which will give you chance to reason in different ways and for different purposes.

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### Trial and Improvement

The tasks in this upper primary feature lend themselves to being solved by trial and improvement.

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### Recording

These upper primary activities have been chosen to give you chance to record in whatever way you like.

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### Generalising and Proof

This feature will help you build up to generalising and, ultimately, proving.

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### Working Systematically

Working in a systematic way is a very useful skill. Have a go at these activities.

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### The National Young Mathematicians' Award

This feature brings together tricky tasks which have been created for the Young Mathematicians' Award. Be prepared to get stuck in!

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### Getting Better at Group Work

Have a go at these upper primary activities to improve your group-working skills.

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### Jump into Geometry

These upper primary tasks all involve geometry - describing, constructing, reflecting, rotating or translating shapes along with angles.

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### Number Patterns

This collection of upper primary activities focus on making, recognising, continuing and explaining number patterns.

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### Puzzling with Paper

This feature brings together tasks which focus on paper folding. Have a go!

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### Strategy Games

Playing these upper primary strategy games will help improve your logical thinking skills.

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### Open Spaces

This feature brings together some resources from the Open Spaces pathway on Wild Maths.