It’s December…it’s that time of year again…!
A collection of Mathematical Advent Calendars.
It’s that time of year again…!
December means Advent Calendars and Nrich have published two Advent Calendars, one for Primary and one for Secondary each containing twenty-four problem-solving activities, one for each day in the run-up to Christmas. The primary Calendar tasks focus on encouraging mathematical habits of mind and the Secondary tasks have been chosen to encourage mathematical creativity.
You can in fact find a whole collection of advent calendars on Nrich and clearly the year doesn’t matter! Note the different themes available – a Sudoku for each day perhaps? Or a tangram? Maybe you want to play a game?
Alex Pett created his advent calendar complete with history and problems for each day. Alex has provided a pdf version or use as a Google document. For an Activeinspire resource this version also has sound.
Alternatively how about this Christmas Revision Calendar form Access Maths?
And for an A Level Advent calendar, try this one from Mathsbank.
With Mathsbank you can display solutions step by step.
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Students try an alternative to chocolate – mathematical Advent caledars up to Advanced Level, and note the Primary calendar from Nrich if you have little siblings!
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Thanks to Colleen Young. Her blog posts are always so useful and helpful to teachers who are working hard every day. Here’s another brilliant resource to start using for December.