Solve the substitution problems to reveal an inspirational quote.

A jigsaw to revise linear graphs and their equations. Do you remember y=mx+c? m is the gradient, c is the intercept on the y axis. If you have forgotten this look here first.

Some of these equations need re-arranging so you can find the gradient and intercept, but others are already in the y=mx+c format.

I think this is one of the best jokes yet! Do you get it?

This jigsaw will help you revise simplifying expressions, inequalities, expanding brackets and factorisation. Is this the worst joke yet?

A jigsaw to help revise perimeter and shapes.

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.

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.

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.

Download, print and cut out the 4 squares and 8 triangles, and fit them together correctly to find a message!

This great free software enables you to create your own mathematical jigsaws or dominoes. You choose the shape (hexagon, rhombus, parallelogram, rectangle or even a parquet). You print off on card and laminate or just print on paper and cut up.

Just like Blue Peter here are some I made earlier.

Calculations This is ideal for ESOL students revising words for the 4 rules.

To download the free software so you can make your own go to Hermitech Laboratory and download Formulator Tarsia.

I guess there are numeracy teachers all over the country with libraries of these jigsaws! If you would like to share yours with everybody please send me your masterpieces and I will endeavour to publish them here. Mr Barton Maths.com has an amazing collection of 550 jigsaws on his website here.