Creative resources for learning
Creative Maths is excited about the resources we have created and we know you will be too. We create resources and inspiration to empower teachers and learners of mathematics and statistics. Fostering excitement and discovery is what we do best!
Have fun learning multiplication facts with Multy Facty. Great for your classroom or as a family game.
Multy Facty is an innovative game designed to build number sense and multiplication fluency. Multy Facty develops an understanding of multiplication and helps embed multiplication facts in a fun game. Use Multy Facty to spark meaningful classroom discussion about multiplication.
Factor cards are matched to multiples, building the product as an array. The multiple cards display possible arrays, scaffolding multiplication facts.
The Multy Facty Poster displays a multiplication table using the arrays from the Multy Facty multiple cards.
Guess the Multy is an online game based on Multy Facty. Use it to help learn multiplication facts.
Have fun learning mathematics with Creative Math’s Cat cards. Cat cards display data about individual cats including colour, nature, toys and age. Cat cards provide an enormous range of learning opportunities including rich tasks, physical graph building, and maths games to build fluency. Cat cards are designed for early primary (elementary) school teaching. For more details see a sample from the Cat Maths Book.
Cat cards can be purchased as three products:
The Cat Pack family game has five easy-to-learn games: Catnapping, Herding Cats, Cat Adoption, Cat Collections and Where Did That Cat Go? They are fun to play and help practise maths.
Explore the wonders of mathematics and statistics with Creative Math’s Dragon Cards.
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Dragon cards display multivariate data about individual dragons including species, behaviour, strength and height. Dragon cards can be used to investigate relationships. Do green dragons tend to be taller than red dragons? Are female dragons more likely to be dangerous than male dragons?
Dragon cards provide a wide range of learning opportunities including rich tasks and maths games to build fluency. Dragon cards are a versatile teaching tool that can be used in primary (elementary) schools, middle schools
Dragonistics data cards are an award winning teaching resource designed for the classroom and home schooling. With our free teaching resources Dragonistics data cards can be used for mathematics and statistics teaching from Years 3 to 13.
The Dragon Games is a family game that can be used as a classroom resource. Suitable as a game for the classroom its use can be extended with our free teaching resources.
St Joseph's Morrinsville
Fantastic game, builds solid knowledge and is riveting at the same time. The children loved the game and begged me to play it again the following days. For a resource to be so well loved and liked in a short period of time is fantastic.
This has been the most helpful video to date. I will be subscribing and am feeling much more optimistic about my stats class (my weakest area). Thank you!!!
Statistics is surprisingly interesting with Dr Nic. Dr Nic and Creative Maths now have over 50 learning videos in our Statistics Learning Centre series.
The videos are popular and useful. You don’t need to take our work for it, see the volumes of feedback we have received from many satisfied learners.
The videos are used in New Zealand schools, at universities and other tertiary institutions around the world and by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Our YouTube channel receives over a million views each year with 38,000 subscribers by April 2018. That is an excellent reach for a channel dedicated to teaching statistics and mathematics. Dr Nic's statistics Videos blogpost highlights a good selection of videos.
We have even more fantastic videos available through our paid Vimeo channels and through our Statistics Learning Centre courses for New Zealand teachers and learners of NCEA Statistics Levels 1-3.
Creative Maths’ well-respected blog Learn and Teach Mathematics and Statistics with Dr Nic receives around a thousand views a day.
Through the blog Dr Nic has been helping people learn and teach mathematics and statistics more effectively and more enjoyably since 2010. The blog aims to entertain, inspire and help teachers and learners.
Support from our customers and supporters ensures our blog continues to make a difference. Help us make a world where learning mathematics and statistics is interesting, fun and engaging for all learners.
Statistics Learning Centre
Creative Maths developed and run the Statistics Learning Centre. The Statistics Learning Centre provides support for New Zealand learners and teachers of Statistics.
Our courses NZ Stats 1, 2, and 3 support all NCEA internal and external statistics standards. The courses include videos, step-by-step examples, quizzes, notes and cases designed to well support learning.
Teacher resources support statistics teaching at all levels of secondary school.
Since 2014 the Statistics Learning Centre has supported over 40,000 students and hundreds of teachers.
As a teacher StatsLC resources have been very useful to help students understand the key concepts when dealing with statistics. The students find the resources engaging and the site is easy to navigate around.I Definitely beneficial for students studying for externals. Thank you StatsLC!
DP Kaikohe Christian School
Creative Maths are proud to provide our free teaching resources for download or online use to support teaching and learning in mathematics.
These free teaching resources cover learning activities and lessons for students from New Entrant to Year 13.