Download, print and cut out the squares. Work with a friend to try and match all the questions with the correct answers and make a shape

Fraction Words Puzzle

This exercise will give you practice in writing big numbers in words. Many thanks to Sheffield Renewables for the use of their Top Trump cards to make this exercise.

Before you start here is an example. The St Wilfreds Centre has solar panels that produce 3250 kwh of electricity. In words this is three thousand two hundred and fifty kwh. Kwh stands for kilo watt hours.

Writing big numbers

# Solution

Here is an interesting info-graphic that shows which languages are spoken most throughout the world.

Can you design a bar chart or a pie chart to show this information?

How about carrying out a survey to find out which languages are spoken in your class/course or college? You will need to plan it carefully first, working out how to collect the data. Then analyse your data, putting it into tables. Finally present your data using graphs and charts in a format that will make people want to read it.

Download, print and cut out the triangles. Work with a friend to try and match all the questions with the correct answers and make a shape.

4 rules Jigsaw

Download, print and cut out the triangles. Work with a friend to try and match all the questions with the correct answers and make a shape.

Writing Fractions Jigsaw

Download, print and cut out the triangles. Work with a friend to try and match all the questions with the correct answer. Ideal for Esol students learning to count in English.

Counnting Entry 1 Jigsaw

Use these flashcards to learn the meaning of important mathematical words.

If this is too easy try the Level 2 version.

Download and print these dominoes and cut them out. (Each card is made of two squares.) Find a friend to play with. Share the cards out . First player places any card on the table. Second player has to match one of his/her cards with the one on the table.Â  If you can’t go it’s the other players turn. First player to place all his cards is the winner. Check you have got them right by looking at the solution.

Entry 3 Vocabulary Dominoes

Entry 3 Vocabulary Dominoes Solution

This resource was updated October 2012

This exercise is to help ESOL students with their mathematical vocabulary. When you have checked your answers refresh your page and you will get a new exercise.

ESOL students often have great difficulty interpreting questions and working out which operation they should use.Hopefully this exercise will help.