101 Questions ia a web site that shares images and videos as prompts for developing mathematical questions. Each image and video has a field in which you can enter your question, once completed you can view other people's questions. Questions are compiled and can be tweeted. View the top 10 as examples of what you will find on 101 Questions.

# Years 7 to 10

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ABC Education brings you high-quality digital educational content from across the ABC and around the world. This website offers a new, world-class education experience for Australian students, and is packed with thousands of videos, audio clips, games and interactive tools.

This is a digital object that generates data. It simulates a matchbox-packing machine and counts how many matches there are in a sample of matchboxes. Students then make boxplots to analyse the results.

This mathematics unit requires students to analyse the cricketing statistics of a sporting great, Sir Donald Bradman.

Choose your own maths adventure by building a custom playlist of inspirational maths activities and messages!

Digital lessons for students to learn mathematics in an engaging and interactive way. The interactive progressive activities are designed to support the development of conceptual understanding.

Convince Me That provides a series of statements such as '3 weeks is greater than 20 days' or 'the sum of 2 odd numbers is always even'. Students practise their ability to justify their thoughts and articulate their ideas clearly.

The Brilliant website posts daily problems and also has courses and practice pages.

Students in year 9 will have the opportunity to learn about data analysis. The unit topics are; data collection display and interpretation, mean/median/mode and standard deviation.Each of the three units have structured lessons that are designed for a virtual classroom.The lesson ideas are able to be printed from the NSW Learning from home webpage or sent to students directly.

This is a digital object that simulates fruit jube packing.

Desmos is an interactive learning space where teachers use a class code to invite students to participate. The tasks require students to enter responses, move digital objects and in some cases provide reasons as to why they selected the answer. The tasks are suited to both junior and senior secondary students however the attached spreadsheet highlights tasks that are most

Desmos is an interactive learning space where teachers invite students to participate with a class code. The tasks require students to enter responses, move digital objects and in some cases provide reasons as to why they selected the answer. Tasks are suited to both junior and senior secondary students, however, the attached spreadsheet highlights tasks that are suitable for

Desmos is an interactive learning space where teachers invite students to participate with a class code. The tasks require students to enter responses, move digital objects and in some cases provide reasons as to why they selected the answer. The teacher is able to manage the digital classroom from their dashboard and track student progress.

Desmos is an interactive learning space where teachers invite students to participate with a class code.

A fortnightly email newsletter on science and maths.

Estimation 180 provides estimation challenges for students to develop their problem-solving skills and number sense. Students are asked to make carefully calculated estimates and provide justifications for their answers.

This is an online financial literacy game for Australian secondary school students.

This resource is a series of learning activities relating to the Australian Curriculum Mathematics substrand year 8 'geometric reasoning'. The activities are designed to build conceptual understanding and include problem solving opportunities relevant to this content. This booklet is from a series of maths booklets (conceptual narratives) covering every substrand from years 8

This resource is is a series of learning activities relating to the year 9 geometric reasoning Mathematics substrand.

The graph investigator shows a variety of graphs used in data handling and explains their features, their different uses and their advantages.

Graphing Stories provides a series of prompts that provide a stimulus for students. Students are then asked to graph the event that takes place within the video. The site provides printable handouts that allow students to draw onto a blank graph what they see.

This is an ebook for people who teach Mathematics.

This STEM resource has activities about keeping cool.

Tetsuya Miyamoto, the Japanese educator behind KenKen, has crafted these math puzzles into great games for learning and brain training.

The site contains a range of topics and individual activities that teachers can use to create their own units or students can explore independently to build their skills and knowledge. There is a particular focus on mathematics.

Linear functions are also commonly known as linear equations.Using a linear function or equation is a more accurate way than a table or graph to describe the relationship between two variables.

A series of linear functions and graph videos presented by a classroom teacher to support teachers and families.

Kidsnews has school education tasks and fun activities to help teachers, parents and students. It is made by teachers and is linked to the Australian Curriculum.

Mathematics Task Centre provides hands-on problem solving tasks that invite students to work like a mathematician.

Dan Finkel is an American educator, his website has free games and resources for teachers and parents. These resources are designed to assist with developing a sound understanding of the mathematical concepts introduced. Tasks and games are supported by videos, podcasts and instructions.Dan is also currently sending out emails with activities linked to his website for

The CK-12 foundation has handpicked lessons for maths and science specifically aimed at independent learning and remote learning.

Maths is Fun contains activities, games and learning opportunities linked back to key mathematics concepts.

A series of measurement videos presented by a classroom teacher to support teachers and families.

Students use a digital object to manage the stock and finances of a fish distribution company. They aim to maximise profits after trading for three months. Students manage stock and money, deal with customers, and issue invoices.This learning object is one in a series of two objects.

Resources to develop mathematical reasoning and problem solving. Nrich aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners and embeds rich mathematical tasks into everyday classroom practice.

Number of the day is one page on the the MathsStarters webpage. Each day a new 'number of the day' is generated and students answer questions about the number using its features, place value, patterning and the 4 number operations (addition, subtraction, division, multiplication).

This resource is a series of learning activities relating to the Australian Curriculum Mathematics substrand year 8 'patterns and algebra'. The activities are designed to build conceptual understanding and include problem solving opportunities relevant to this content.The booklet linked below is from a series of conceptual narratives covering every substrand from year 8 to 10A.

This booklet on patterns and algebra is part of a series of learning activities relating to the year 10 and 10A Australian curriculum mathematics.

This booklet on patterns and algebra is part of a series of learning activities relating to the year 9 Australian Curriculum mathematics.

In this unit, year 7 students will explore percentages the activities that are designed for the virtual classroom. Websites including Transum and Nrich are used to provide meaningful learning experiences.Stage 4 is the equivalent to year 7.

You will find videos and resources for learning about effective ways of integrating PhET simulations into learning, in particular in mathematics and science.

There are rich learning activities and problem solving activities for a range of mathematical concepts on nzmaths. It contains a searchable resource finder, activities and units of work.

A series of Pythagoras’ theorem videos presented by Daniel Moore, a classroom teacher, for teachers and families.

Years 7 to 10 students will explore Pythagoras’ Theorem through 4 structured lessons which begin on page 89 of the above document.

Reasoning by top drawer teachers is a resource designed for students from reception to year 10.

ReSolve promotes relevant and engaging mathematics teaching, and learning from reception to year 10. It's a collaboration between the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.

This video identifies the geometrical situations where right angles occur and then models solutions to problems using Pythagoras' Theorem.

A series of simultaneous equations videos presented by a classroom teacher to support teachers and families.

The estimating time task on the Nrich website is a good data gathering exercise. The tool provided in this problem allows easy collection of data for a statistical investigation. Data can be pasted into a spreadsheet, offering an ideal opportunity for some work on using spreadsheets to calculate and display statistics.

Statistics by top drawer teachers is a resource designed for students of years 4 to 10.It is a multi-layered website that contains:the big ideas of statistics and related reading articlesmisconceptionsactivities to use with students.

Quality activities for teachers that can be used as part of sequences of learning for subtraction in mathematics.Mathsforlove is a website that covers a broad range of mathematics topics.

The Transum website has mathematical games, puzzles, investigations and times tables drills. Lots of amazing interactive games designed for use on the ipad. A ton of great resources. Suitable for years 4 to 10.

Visual Patterns provides students with a pattern and asks them to determine how the pattern is growing. The website provides an opportunity for students to notice patterns and determine a way to both articulate what is happening and determine an appropriate way to record the relationship. For some students, this may be finding an equation or rule that describes the pattern

A website dedicated to providing thought-provoking puzzles for math teachers and students alike. There are no answers provided as there are many different, correct ways of choosing which one doesn't belong.

White Rose Maths team has prepared a series of 5 maths lessons for each year group from years 1 to 8.

Youcubed has numerous high-quality resources to develop students’ deep understanding of number and other concepts. There are games for learning multiplication and addition facts, conceptually and visually.

Youcubed has numerous high-quality resources to develop students’ deep understanding of number and other concepts. There are games for learning multiplication and addition facts, conceptually and visually.