# Tagged: types of number

## Famous numbers sequences card sort

Here’s a card sort I made to introduce my new year 7s to famous number sequences. The idea is students cut out and group the cards into 6 famous numbers sequences: Square numbers Cube numbers Triangle numbers Fibonacci Sequence Even numbers Odd numbers Each group should contain: Name Pictorial representation The numbers A fact about the sequence An explanation of how...

## 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 😉 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...

## NRich activity about square numbers- Cycling Squares

Cycling Squares is superb NRich Maths activity to get pupils familiar with the square numbers. The idea is that the pupils get the worksheet above and have to place the numbers into the spaces in the circle. Each adjacent pair of numbers must add up to a square number. I have used this activity a lot myself and find that...