## MrBartonMaths

My website www.mrbartonmaths.com has been up and running since 2008 with the aim of making maths more fun and accessible to pupils, teachers and parents. In 2010, I was appointed TES Secondary Maths Adviser, and part of my role is to help highlight the very best of the many thousands of resources that are uploaded to TES by teachers all over the world. Each fortnight I publish the TES Maths Newsletter, each week I record a video on the Resource of the Week, and together with my Maths Panel I build themed collections on the very best TES has to offer. For regular updates and links, follow me on Twitter: @TESmaths

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MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• MS, HS
<p>A fun way to practice translations using vectors.</p>Aligned to Common Core State Standard: HSN-VM.1

## Probability games

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• Middle School
Lots of games to introduce important concepts of probability.

## Solving equations bingo

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• Middle School
<p>A nice bingo game to add some spice to solving simple linear equations.</p>

## True and false angle questions

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• Middle School
15 questions about angles for students to debate and investigate.

## Transformation challenge

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• Middle School
A nice activity combining all 4 types of transformations (reflection, rotation, transversials and enlargement). Aligned to Common Core State Standard...

## y = mx + c generator

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• Middle School
Generates random straight line graphs and asks pupils to name the equation.

## Notes - Trigonometry - 1. Pythagoras

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• Middle School
A few years ago I wrote a set of notes for students and put them on my website. The notes were supposed to be written in a “student-friendly” way,...

## Gozinto (Number Multiples)

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
A simple game practicing multiples.

## Pythagoras demo

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016
• Math
• Middle School
A nice colorful demonstration of the theorem.

MrBartonMaths
Updated:
2016