More, Same, Less

More, same, less grids are a structure in which mathematical tasks can be designed.

They combine learner-generated examples and variation theory to get students thinking more deeply about a concept and the underlying structure.

 

You can find out more about how they work here.

You can browse the grids by topic below.

Or scroll down for our most recent grids.

Most recent grids

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Value of a fraction
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Gradient and Y -intercept from co-ordinates
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Simultaneous Equations by Elimination
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Sum and Product Negative
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Value of a decimal
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Pythagoras
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Decimal Multiplication
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Sum and Product Positives
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Area of a Triangle
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Simultaneous Equations by Substitution
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Angles in Polygons
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Concentric Circles Area
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