Read what Peter Duncan, actor, former Blue Peter presenter and former Chief Scout, has to say about Maths on Toast.
Make your own tangram puzzle out of toast, and then make giraffes, cats or whatever you want. It’s playing with your food, but it’s also definitely mathematical.
Cutting shapes symmetrically for a mathematical (and pretty) Christmas decoration
It’s just multiplying by ten – but you can go from the size of a picnic rug to the spread of the Universe in a matter of minutes.
Love this video by Rene Jodoin and Maurice Blackburn
All about stars, and the best way to draw them, and how, weirdly and mathematically, that’s all linked to prime numbers.
Robert Lang uses origami… systematically. Not only can he make any animal you like – that’s down to different species – but he can make life saving devices like heart stents.
Maths with a good dose of sea adventure
Donald Duck and his adventures – with number and shape and Ancient Greeks.
I recently came across this diagram by Peter Salamon, a US mathematician. He calls it his map of maths. I like it because it’s a mathematician admitting to getting stuck.