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Where on Earth am I? Activity

by David, 2 March 2016 | 0 comments

A picture of the wold, with a triangle on the surface.

Learn about latitude, and find out where exactly on the Earth you are!

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Sierpinski counters Activity

by David, 24 February 2016 | 0 comments

A sierpinski triaingle.

Follow a few simple rules, and an amazing Sierpinski pattern will appear.

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Card sums Activity

by David, 18 February 2016 | 0 comments

Card with a plus sign on back

Practice your sums with this fun card game.

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Infinite photos Activity

by David, 17 February 2016 | 0 comments

pictres of pictures of pictures.

Take a photo of a photo of a photo. It’s an infinite photo-ception!

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Sliding block puzzle Activity

by David, 10 February 2016 | 0 comments

Several drawings of rectangels insode the frame.

Grab some dominos and Blu-tack, then make a puzzling sliding block puzzle!

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Racetrack Activity

by David, 27 January 2016 | 0 comments

A point is indicared far fro mthe current point.

See how fast you can whip around the racetrack in this maths game!

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When life gives you lemons… Activity

by David, 18 January 2016 | 1 comments

Written by Mike McRae Make some lemonade this summer, using this easy recipe!

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Make a piece of shortbread Activity

by David, 13 January 2016 | 0 comments

A sieve with flour in it.

Feel like a biscuit? This recipe will make exactly one tasty piece of shortbread.

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Guess Who’s my number? Game

by David, 28 December 2015 | 0 comments

Someone is flipping down the number 16.

Turn an old copy of Guess Who into a game with a mathematical twist!

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Kirigami steers solar panels News

by David, 15 December 2015 | 1 comments

A solar panel cut into a lattice shape.

When you’re installing solar panels, it’s important to point them at the Sun. But the Sun isn’t always in the same place – it moves across the sky over the course of a day. If you can aim the panels towards the Sun as it moves, they can produce up to 40 per cent more power…

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