youcubed: School Fair Necklaces
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Have you ever thought about the mathematics of beading?

youcubed: Nim-7
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This is a game that has been around for hundreds of years! Can you master the game of NIM?

youcubed: Counting Cogs
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This problem requires children to think about factors and multiples and, in particular, common factors, but it is not necessary for them to have met this term prior to having a go at the task.

youcubed: Robot Stepper
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It’s a good way for students to experience different patterns on a number line.

youcubed: Seven Flipped
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This is a really interesting problem from NRICH. Please visit their site to find many more rich and engaging math tasks.

youcubed: Squares Upon Squares
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We often see growth pattern tasks that focus on numerical questions like “How many squares are in the 100th case?” or “How many squares are in the nth case?”

youcubed: Circle Fever
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How do you see the pattern growing?

youcubed: Checkerboards & More (6-8)
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This activity allows students to explore number patterns they make on a grid.

youcubed: Messing with Pascal (3-5)
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This activity allows students to explore number patterns within Pascal’s Triangle.

youcubed: Messing with Pascal (6-8)
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This activity allows students to explore number patterns within Pascal’s Triangle.

youcubed: Number Visuals (6-12)
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This activity invites students to investigate a really interesting representation of numbers, created by Stephen Von Worley that fascinates children and adults alike and gives students an important opportunity to understand numbers and to think visually about them.

youcubed: Number Visuals (3-5)
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This activity invites students to investigate a really interesting representation of numbers, created by Stephen Von Worley that fascinates children and adults alike and gives students an important opportunity to understand numbers and to think visually about them.