World Cup wall chart: FREE resource for Maths teachers

…and the World Cup has officially kicked off!

Here’s a World Cup wall chart to post in your classroom.  It shows all the matches, with space to write in the results.   And, of course, some maths puzzles on the back of them!

The wall chart is free for our subscribers.  The good news for maths teachers is that subscribing to this blog is cost-free, spam-free and hassle -free.  Just enter your school email address in the box on the top right of the screen.

World Cup wall chart - click to view - full pdf available to subscribers

How exactly do I subscribe to this blog and when do I get the wall chart?

Just enter your school email address in the box top right, under where it says “DON’T MISS A THING! Subscribe to this blog…”  You’ll then receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription.  Once you’ve accepted that, we’ll email the wall chart out to you.

Why should I subscribe to this blog?

You will receive each of our posts by email, about 2-4 per week.  We never spam our subscribers.  Oh, and subscription to this blog is free, has always been free and will always be free. 

Our subscribers are part of our community of maths teachers, we value them and they will continue to receive free resources not available to all browsers of this blog.

Other FREE World Cup maths resources from Longman:

Route to the Final (functional maths, number skills, DST, scatter graphs) 

Countdown to the World Cup (fractions)

Cup-Final Maths (interactive activity testing fractions, decimals and percentages)

Click here to find out more about Longman’s 2010 AQA GCSE & Functional maths resources.

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