||Age Suited For?
|What's the Trick?
||Ideal for Years 8-10,but the content is accessible to a very wide age group. Even primary school children will enjoy the games, while there are many ideas here to stimulate Year 11 upwards.
||Games and tricks involving simple algebra, strategy, factors, multiplication of fractions, proof and a bit of probability. Lots of activities that you can replicate in the classroom.
|Weird and Wonderful Maths
||Ideal for Years 9-11, but there's content here to challenge Year 12+, and the accessible interactive style means Year 8s and younger will enjoy it too.
||A diverse range of ideas including geometry, optimisation, fractals, probability, vibration, infinite series, pi, Benford's Law and shapes of constant width.
|Are you Feeling Lucky?
||Ideal for Years 9-11, but there are many ideas suitable for Year 12+ and adults here.
||The statistics and probability behind coincidences and the lottery. Randomness, fractals and a mention of 'complex numbers'.
|From Juggling to Jazz
||Ideal for Years 9-11, but many segments here that are accessible to younger audiences too. Your music teachers will enjoy the 'Music Formula' show.
||Patterns, sequences and combinations. Powers. Sine waves.
|Rollercoasters and Other Flying Objects
||Ideal for Years 10-12, but the topics here will appeal to a much wider age group, even primary school children love rollercoasters and boomerangs. Good STEM and careers material.
||Maths that is of a particular interest to engineers: circle properties including circumference; estimation; centrifugal and other forces; reflection; angular speed and momentum.
|Geometry in the real world
||Ideal for Years 10-12, but viewed in segments, younger audiences will enjoy some of this content. Good STEM and careers material.
||Minimising curves and surfaces, vibration and frequency, similar triangles, parallax.