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## Make a piece of shortbread Activity

by David, 13 January 2016 | 2 comments

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

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

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## Lolly half-life Activity

by David, 5 May 2015 | 0 comments

What is a half-life? grab a handful of lollies and find out!

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## Supermarket sweep Activity

by David, 24 February 2015 | 0 comments

Bored at the supermarket? This game will have your brain churning!

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## A game of Sprouts Game

by David, 10 February 2015 | 1 comments

Sprout some cute little plant networks in this mathematical drawing game.

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## Brainteaser: Fred’s weird teacher Brainteaser

by David, 18 September 2014 | 0 comments

Fred’s teacher has a weird way of marking tests. He gives five marks for a right answer, but subtracts one for a wrong one. Fred answered 20 questions on a test and got 70 marks. How many questions did Fred get right?

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## Clever counting keeps fusion firing News

by David, 14 August 2014 | 2 comments

The Australian National University recently renovated their fusion reactor. This magnetic marvel harnesses immense pressures and temperatures to replicate the reactions that power our Sun. And there’s a lot of maths that helps to keep the reactions going! A fusion donut Fusion reactors use hydrogen as fuel. Under intense heat and pressure, the electrons leave…

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## Prefix Quiz Quiz

by David, 29 July 2014 | 0 comments

Many words have secret numbers hidden within! Discover them with this pair of quizzes. You can download a printable PDF quiz here.

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## Spot the rice Activity

by Pat, 8 July 2014 | 0 comments

You may have heard a climate scientist talking about ‘parts per million’ or ppm. If you want to get a handle on what that means, and how much CO2 is in our atmosphere, you’ve come to the right place!