Fractals are fascinating mathematical objects, and learning about them involves looking at shape, ratio, scaling and geometry, as well as concepts like infinity.
Does your wall need more digits? We've created a printable version of everyone's favourite circle constant, which you can use to decorate walls, floor and ceiling with up to a mile (1.6km) of transcendental goodness.
Grime Dice are an exciting variant of typical dice, with amazing properties, which allow pupils to generate a much deeper understanding of a range of probability topics.
These Think Maths worksheets have all the instructions and printable nets required to build 3D fractals, both a Menger Sponge and a Sierpinski Tetrahedron.
The Think Maths guide to solving a Rubik's Cube will take you through a simple method for solving a scrambled cube.
This double-sided worksheet outlines instructions for making a trihexaflexagon and a hexahexaflexagon