Posts Tagged ‘maths humour’


10 Reasons Why Maths Teachers Rock!!!!

January 4, 2011

Science Teachers can be a little creepy.

Music Teachers can get carried away.

The new foreign language teacher can be too friendly.

PE teachers expect you to enthusiastically embrace the challenge of  freezing your ass off outdoors.

Domestic Science teachers teach too many useless things like how to boil an egg or shrink a child.

Librarians get really upset when you don’t return books.

Art teachers can go too post-modern.

English teachers nag you to read books that are, get this, already out on DVD.

Drama teachers can get too carried away with the performance concept.

Some teachers really do know how to make you do your homework!

But maths teachers …

Oh YEAH Maths Teachers

we are cool, babe!

… like totally co^2l!


And the point is …….

June 10, 2009

Point A    
















Did mathspig teach this student????? Maybe, I heard enough whinging in class. But as I explained. I loved maths like a pig in shxt. Find x. But what can teachers do for students who don’t see the point? You can go into lecture mode saying that maths is needed for Blah! Blah! Blah!

Chances are the boooooored students won’t listen. What’s the point of doing maths? Mathspig has the answer. Make maths fun. Start with fun. And end with fun.

So here is a motivational exercise Mathspig used on Fun Friday. It suits students from Year 5 to Year 8. I call it:

Random Object Bingo.

 You Will need: Small prizes and a list of questions.

To answer a question kids must hold up a random object found on them or on their desk. eg. The first person to hold up a…… purple pencil, red paper clip, fake tattoo, grey sock (very funny antics follow), drawing of a motorbike, etc You will know what sort of objects kids carry.

The first person to hold up the found object gets to answer the Q. If they get it right. They get a small prize. Kids love this game. It has that treasure hunt feel.



caution_tnsWARNING: The only mistake mathspig made while playing this game with Year 7 was to say – MID-GAME- ‘the first student to hold up …. Matthew stop pushing ……” You guessed. Within the blink of an eye, four boys held up Matthew!