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Maths and Science of Sport Lesson

Friday 7th October 2016

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NOW and THEN

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Mandatory 30 minutes on 7th October 2016 to qualify for the Guinness World Record

This Lesson can be modified to suit all ages from 5 to 15

Download the Now and Then Lesson here

FOOTBALL CHAMP

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Additional resource (not required for the Guinness World Record)

Lesson Suitable for Secondary Learners and some Gifted & Talented Primary Learners.

Download the Football Champ Resource here

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS FORMS

Download the forms to submit with your proof of attempt:

Witness Statement Form

(Two witnesses required per venue)

Photo Release Form

(All venues require photos and a photo release form)

USEFUL LINKS

Links to other sports problems:

The Games’ Medals  http://nrich.maths.org/7763

National Flags http://nrich.maths.org/7749

Olympic Starters http://nrich.maths.org/8170

The ‘Maths and Sport’ website http://sport.maths.org/content/ was originally developed to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It is part of the award-winning Millennium Mathematics Project at the University of Cambridge.

These free online mathematical resources explore maths and science through sport, and particularly through the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Resources include activities designed to develop problem-solving and mathematical reasoning skills for students aged 5 to 18 (UK Key Stages 1 to 5) and articles aimed at older students and the interested general reader. In addition this site includes a number of video maths challenges, produced with input from us by BBC Two Learning Zone.

The MMP have also developed a small collection of activities on Maths and Football in collaboration with Arsenal in the Community.

You can find all these articles and activities, arranged by Key Stage, using the tabs at the top of the page

http://sport.maths.org/content/ or view content by sport or topic.

 

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