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Visit this site: http://www.active-maths.co.uk/worksheets/

Author:David Womersley, Active Maths Limited
Description: Formerly known as the Worksheet Factory, you can create worksheets online for an annual subscription fee: click on the "change" button and watch the numbers, angles, shapes or equations change; click on the "print" button to print a pupil worksheet and an answer sheet. Select a variety, calculations, fractions, measuring lengths and angles, Venn diagrams, telling time, place value, and equations. Algebra worksheets provide investigations of the number of lines joining dots round a circle, the number of rebounds on a frictionless snooker table, how far a spring will stretch, the number of concrete flags that are required to surround a pond, and patterns of flowers in a flower bed. Also, predict a number based on the "number cruncher" that divides and adds or the "mean cruncher" that averages numbers; challenge yourself to solve as many simultaneous equations as possible in 5 minutes; increase or decrease m and c and see what happens to the graph y = mx + c; and drag the drawing pins about and pin down two straight-line graphs. Worksheets are referenced to The National Numeracy Strategy and Key Stage 3 Framework for teaching mathematics (England and Wales). This site requires the Flash plug-in.

Levels: Elementary, Middle School (6-8)
Languages: English
Resource Types: Problems/Puzzles, Web Interactive/Java
Math Topics: Basic Algebra, Basic Operations, Fractions/Decimals/Percents, Terms/Units of Measure, Patterns/Relationships, Triangles and Other Polygons, Logic/Foundations

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