Issue #93 - MathsLinks Newsletter - resources for maths teachers
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Interactive nets for investigating, this worksheet includes a question for each net to quiz student.  See also Mystery Nets.

From Gibberagong Environmental Education Centre, Get up, Go Outside are activites that get you up and outside to learn.

This page is for the Maths activities and includes activities on angles, fraction wall, capacity, equivalent fractions and regular & irregular shapes.

The pandemic has thrust the exponential curve onto the podium for "society's favourite graph." See exponential growth in action through this game, which shows the effect of vaccines and quarantine on the spread of disease. The game uses networks (Year 12 Standard) to visualise the connections between people. 

A guide for teachers, giving overview of easy, medium and hard work in 70 minutes.

Create a hyperbola on a piece of paper by folding a circle and a dot.

This page has base ten blocks worksheets that teach basic addition, subtraction, number sense and place value using visual representations of quantity as PDF printables with answer keys.

Can folding a piece of paper 45 times get you to the moon? By seeing what happens when folding just one piece of paper, we see the unbelievable potential of exponential growth.
The mathematical genius of JS Bach. 

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