Issue #89 - MathsLinks Newsletter - resources for maths teachers
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Learning from home resources:
Maths at Home and Topic Help.
Virtual manipulatives for Geometry, Algebra, Number, Fractions and Probability and Data. Lots of great activities. Easy to use. 

Mathematics resources for secondary teachers and students. Resources include topic slides, dynamic worked examples, interactive tasks and video tutorials 

An interactive drawing dot grid for drawing lines and shapes. 

This activity encourages students to see the link between the variables m and c in y = mx + c by comparing sets of lines. They'll be asked to provide lines that are parallel to other lines, and lines that go through a given y intercept. 

Resources for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Investigate the stadiums of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for capacity and compare this with your local area. 

A statistics investigation of two chosen teams competing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Analyse the timing statistics for an event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

This is a practical demonstration of how a galton board creates a normal distribution. Nice and short. Mentions binomial theorem and probability but only briefly. 

[Curiosity Show] Deane shows you a series of shapes - there is a logic and order to it, but can you guess what that is before he reveals the secret? 

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