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On the 20th August #mathschat we discussed a hybrid question, a morphing of several questions – our favourite lessons, topics, rich tasks or investigations.

There were so many suggestions that it was impossible to keep up, I tried to add them to my favourites as they appeared. I was hoping to capture these ideas, and this blog is my collections of some of those recommendations.

A number of people recommended nrich.maths.org as a resources. For example this exercise generator for A-level mathematics from Jo @mathsjem.

Useful A level revision resource for core, stats and further maths… ‪
http://nrich.maths.org/mathmoApp ‬‬ ‪#mathschat‬‬ (via ‪@colmanweb‬‬)

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Mark McCourt @EmathsUK proposed…

‪#mathschat‬‬ Absolutely anything at all from Red and Blue box
(best maths resources ever made?)
Click here to visit the site

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The National STEM centre were also noted for their Graded Assessment in Mathematics (GAIM) resources

Mrs Godwin ‪@Godwin_Maths‬, and others liked codes and puzzles in their lessons.

‪@BetterMaths
‬‬ code breaking lessons and treasure hunts are fab every few weeks to keep the kids interested and keep maths fun ‪#mathschat‬‬

There were a number of recommendations for The Mathematics Apprentice (TMA). You can find out about the resource created by @gareth_metcalfe‬ on his blog TMA how to guide.

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Or try out one of the activities, the MI5 task.

The popcorn picker with this video starter below runs into 3 acts (as the name suggested) from Mr Meyer is a well used problem which Dawn @mrsdenyer then uses to develop cones and volumes. (Click the image to visit the site)

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It is also worth noting:
http://map.mathshell.org.uk/materials/index.php
http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org/applying-mathematical-processes/three-dice
http://www.murderousmaths.co.uk/games/1089.htm