In how many different ways can you show the same number? DOWNLOAD HERE

What will happen if we double the number of naughty dogs? DOWNLOAD HERE

Can you work out how many toys are hidden in the box? DOWNLOAD HERE

Can you help Owl pack to go to his aunty's? DOWNLOAD HERE

How will we find out which bottles will hold the most lemonade for our outing to the parkDOWNLOAD HERE?

Using wellies to encourage positional languageDOWNLOAD HERE.

Children will love creating their own 'number book'DOWNLOAD HERE.

A variety of balances and objects to put in/on them will intrigue young childrenDOWNLOAD HERE.

Children put their hand into a bag and try to describe the shape they feel without lookingDOWNLOAD HERE.

This activity encourages children to guess what is inside your boxDOWNLOAD HERE.

Counting golden beans and beginning to match numerals to amounts. DOWNLOAD HERE

Children often enjoy rolling large dice so take a look at these challengesDownload.

Putting objects into a container in a certain length of time.DOWNLOAD HERE

Telling a story which poses a problem for children to solve.DOWNLOAD HERE

Creating long creatures from card, cubes etc.DOWNLOAD HERE

Here are ideas for using this well known rhyme as a counting game: who will win, the rain or the sun? Download

Children's picture making is a useful context for recognising and describing patterns and shapes. DOWNLOAD HERE

Our making caterpillars activity uses clay and dough to introduce measurement. DOWNLOAD HERE

Making prints and exploring the shapes that result. DOWNLOAD HERE

Using ribbons and strings to support small children's understanding of 2D shape. DOWNLOAD HERE

Learn about algorithms for solving optimisation problems in this article from Plus Magazine.

What happens to areas under the graph of $\frac{1}{x}$ when they are stretched?

What different ways can you find to calculate these integrals?

Can you find the gradient function of $\sin 3x$. How did you convince yourself?

Can you find the definite integral of a transformed function?

Can you work out the equation of the function from its graph?

By considering a point on a unit circle, can you use geometry to find the derivatives of $\sin x$ and $\cos x$?

How are $\sin x$, $\cos x$ and $\tan x$ related to each other? Can you make sense of the the 'slices'?

Can you prove an algebraic statement using geometric reasoning?

Can you match all the different trig functions to their graphs?

Can you sketch the graphs of these two reciprocal functions? What are the links between them?

What happens when you combine functions? Can you sketch the results?

Try this slightly more challenging version of Driplets and see if you can find a winning strategy.

This game follows on from Last Bead. Can you find a way to take the last drip or drips?

Take turns to remove a bead from the string. Can you find a way to play so that you will always win?

Can you fill in all the missing values and trig functions to make the tables complete?

Can you compose four functions to create the set of functions given?