# Tagged: cube

## Types of number practice colouring fun

Here is a worksheet to give pupils lots of practice on identifying particular types of number. Perfect for a consolidation lesson. If they do it correctly the coloured boxes spell out the word FACTORS, which makes it easier to mark for you ðŸ˜‰ Click here to download the worksheet UPDATE: @StudyMaths has created a brilliant interactive online version of the...

## Target Boards- a good way of revising types of number and more

The idea of target boards has been around for a while now, and every time I bump into a maths AST, target boards are always something they seem to suggest. They are simple and good for revising types of number. Show your pupils a grid of numbers like this: Then say something like “how many multiples of 4 can you...

## What does the cube look like?

I created this worksheet based on a problem on the excellent NRich Maths website. The pupils have to use their skills of visualising 3D shapes to draw patterns on the faces of a cube net after deciphering where they should go by looking at 3D views of the cube. To scaffold the task an actual cube net is also included...

## Wanna be in my gang?

A great little game to get kids thinking about types of numbers. Think of a particular type of numbers that you want the pupils to guess. This could be square numbers, cube numbers, triangle numbers, even numbers etc… Tell the pupils that they need to guess a number between 0 and 100. If their number matches your hidden criteria then...