
Polygons of Many Multiples
This shares similarities with Triangular Threes but focuses on constructing multiples instead. I used squares as that worked well with my Year 4 class when I came up with the idea but you could easily start with hexagons if you…

Triangular Threes
Numbers are arranged in triangular grid starting with 1, 2 and 3. Each time a new triangle is made, its numbers must be used in a calculation to equal 3. Add numbers to the grid in ascending order.

Balancing Act
Using consecutive numbers, can equations be created where both sides are balanced?