World Cup maths: the route to the Final!

You may have been wondering how England are going to reach the World Cup Final?

Well, here’s a chance for you and your students to solve that problem, literally.  Click below for some nifty functional maths questions, and you can help Wayne Rooney navigate his way across South Africa:

Help Wayne and Coleen find their way to Cape Town. Click to download pdf.

Quick tip: this activity is ideal for display on a whiteboard.  Once you’ve downloaded the pdf, press Control+L for full screen display.

Looking for other Functional teaching resources?

Click here to see our free World Cup wall chartKeep your Maths classroom up-to-date with events in South Africa!

We’ve also blogged these recently: Countdown to the World Cup (fractions), Wind power (formulae, Level 2) Election Maths (handling data, percentages), Volcano Maths (probability; distance-speed-time),  Maths in the Roof Garden (volume, area, perimeter – Level 1), Of Rock Festivals and Number Skills (interpreting data, number skills – Level 1).

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