Time and Mathematics – Guest Blog Post by Professor Marcus Du Sautoy

  For those of you who may not know, Professor Marcus Du Sautoy is a leading professor at the University of Oxford and an advisor on the Mangahigh Board. Marcus has taken time out of his schedule to share with… Continue reading →

Puzzle of the Hundred Steps – Low Floor High Ceiling Puzzle

Blogpost by Drew Foster   There is a famous story that is said to have happened in a German primary school. A young student named Gauss had been misbehaving so his teacher gave him a task: add all the numbers… Continue reading →

The Reports Dashboard Has Been Revamped!

We’ve enhanced our reporting dashboard! Tracking and monitoring your students’ progress has never been easier or clearer. Here’s all you need to know about the changes we’ve made to the dashboard.   ASSIGNMENTS REPORT Assigning activities to your students regularly… Continue reading →

Codebreaking: Mastery and Problem Solving

Blogpost by Drew Foster   Low Threshold High Ceiling Tasks This blog focuses on tasks that are incredibly accessible and engaging for children of all ages as the mathematical content is relatively simple. It offers children the opportunity to extend… Continue reading →

Hexaflexagons – Back to School Ideas

Blog post by Drew Foster The best way to experience the delights of hexaflexagons is to make one yourself. All you’ll need is scissors, a glue stick and a spare ten minutes.  First download the pdf template and print it out on… Continue reading →

Meet Our Latest Guest Blogger: Drew Foster

We are very excited to have Drew Foster on board as our latest guest blogger, and we can’t wait for you to see what he’s got in store! Who is Drew you ask? Well… Drew Foster is a mathematician, educator… Continue reading →

Brand New Place Value Game!

Have your umbrellas ready! We’ve released a brand new place value game called Little Rain Cloud! Little Rain Cloud helps students aged 5 – 14 manipulate digits to explore place value. Students will have to order numbers, varying from whole… Continue reading →

Can YOUR students help name our newest character? #MHguardian

We need YOUR student’s help! We have recently launched our newly madeover Bubble Function and now we need help from your students! In the game, you’ll be transported to a temple in the middle of a jungle, where players have… Continue reading →

Brand New Functions Game!

Mangahigh is thrilled to announce the launch of the brand new functions game on our platform called Bubble Function!   Bubble Function teaches students aged 7 – 16 about simple operations, indices and standard form, using dynamic function machines. Every… Continue reading →

Brighton College share their experiences coming first in COBIS competition.

In November last year Mangahigh ran a competition in association with COBIS and all their registered schools. It was a huge success that saw schools from all over the globe compete for the chance to win the maths competition title…. Continue reading →

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