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All the Active Worksheets are available as interactive
whiteboard resources. Ideal for whole class teaching,
lesson-starters, mental starters and demonstrations. Hundreds
of questions, equations, problems, angles, simulations etc are
available at the click of a button. Have
to Active Worksheets: quality
worksheets at the click of a button (perhaps two or three clicks).
You can have a look
at all the worksheets but will need a password to enable you to print
can print all the worksheets.
If you want
to subscribe to any Active Maths resources please go to our main website:
Active Worksheet can be identified by its own code, for example
A5, K3. Make a note of this code in your planning document so that
you can quickly find the worksheet you need. The code also appears
on the printed worksheet.
The Active Worksheets are linked to the corresponding Whiteboard
Worksheets: this button
will take you there.
the drop-down menus to find the worksheets.
how the worksheets work.... Click
on the "change" button and watch the numbers, angles, shapes
or equations change.
Type your password in to the password box on a worksheet then click
on the 'print' button to print a pupil worksheet and an answer sheet.
The password box will disappear if a known password is entered.
This is a small chunk of a worksheet, try clicking on 'change' and 'print'
(yes, you can print it).
can see the answer sheet and pupil worksheet by clicking the right button
on your mouse and moving forward and backward through the different
sheets. The title of the worksheet can be edited: click in the title
box and change the text.
website needs Flash player to be installed on your machine. If the
polygon on the right doesn't change, blink or wink then you probably
need to download the Flash player from the Adobe site.
Click here to download.