Last year we blogged about some of our favourite resources to use at Easter time (read the blog post here) a lot of these resources, and others on the web, are aimed at KS2 or lower ability KS3 students. So this time around I have designed four activities aimed specifically at secondary students;

In the first activity students have to use their skills of adding and subtracting fractions to ‘collect the Easter joke’. The questions are increasingly difficult; starting with common denominators to finding common denominators, to adding and subtracting mixed numbers.

In the second activity students have to use angle properties of parallel lines, isosceles triangles and angles in polygons to calculate missing angles and then shade in the grid to create a picture of a basket of Easter eggs.

The third resource pupils have to find the mode, median or range from a list of numbers, final questions require the evaluation of algebraic terms first.

Finally in the last resource students have to rearrange the functions to the form y=mx+c in order to identify the gradient. Again this is a Math At activity and pupils will shade all the squares with that answer.

These could be used with KS3 and KS4 students and could form part of the lesson or be set as a homework task depending on how you get students to approach them. Instructions and ideas for support and extension are given within each resource, the solutions are also given at the end. If you like these resources you can check out our other resources in our store here.

Check out Whieldon’s mini mystery here or below is an example of a free Mathematical mystery.

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Is it possible to have the Easter mysteries as a word document. Seems to be a problem printing pdf.

Yes of course, some of the fonts won’t work but it shouldn’t be a big problem, send me an email and I will send them over. Thanks, Laura.