My post on Knowledge Organisers begins with some comments on an organiser from William Emeny, realising the original link to that organiser is broken as sadly, Great Maths Teaching ideas is no longer available, I have uploaded the file I discussed to the post.
Looking ahead to return to school for UK schools, from Pixi Maths see the A Level baseline assessment. This very useful set of resources includes solutions as well as the baseline test, a question-level analysis and also an intervention booklet and solutions.
Staying with the Transition from GCSE to A Level, this post, GCSE to A Level Transition includes a resource collection for students starting A Level Maths, and supporting their Year 12 work.
Looking at blog statistics, I see regular searches for the still really useful Tarsia software, which I first wrote about back in 2010; there are many resources available, Craig Barton has a section of his website devoted to Tarsia – note all the ideas here for using Tarsia in the classroom and TES Resources host an extensive collection of Tarsia Puzzles.
Remember you have a choice of resources you can produce from a table, illustrated here is an extract from a Domino activity on logs.
Another post popular this week is on GeoBoard activities, the post includes various online GeoBoards and some great c; classroom activities.
I have recently updated the Summer Maths 2023 post to include the following ideas and resources:
From ATM, see the Summer Solvers series, For Twitter users these are tagged #summersolvers. Each day in August, at 10 am, ATM are posting a problem from their archives for a range of age groups, we have problems to work on for KS2 to KS5 (UK ages 6 – 18).
For August 4th we have Number Spirals, from 30 Years On, a collection of classic mathematical ideas and activities. Note that you can look inside the book and the pdf includes 2 problems, Fractional Triangle and Number Spirals.