Research shows that approximately 65% of us are visual learners. With this in mind there are some fantastic infographics linked to maths. These will be displayed here with suggestions on how they could be used. Enjoy. If you have any good maths infographics please let me know @grahamandre

## An Infographic is:

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## Batman V Superman.

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## The Solar System in Scale.

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## 10 Math Facts.

## Evolution of Man Made Structures.

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## Tim Peake Infographics.

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sizeofiss.pdf | |

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## Around the World in 80 Ways.

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This infographic shows the speed and length of time 80 different modes of transport would take to navigate the earth. Brilliant if doing a transport topic. Can you put the different modes of transport in order of speed from slowest to fastest?

## Perspective of Time.

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This timeline goes all the way back to the big bang and is a great visual representation of time.

## Highest Grossing Movie Franchises.

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I love this infographic, so much can be done with it. The PDF has the full graphic which is quite a bit bigger than the one above.

You could work out how much each film in each franchise earned on average.

Which of the franchise was the most successful? which of the franchise was the least successful? e.g. Jurassic Park 1 earned the most, Jurassic Park 3 was the least successful.

Looking at the graphic, can you work our roughly how much each film in the franchise earned?

Can you convert the earning from dollars to pounds (or any other currency)

Jurassic World has now earned 1.24 billion dollars. How would that change this infographic? Where would the Jurassic Park franchise now be?

You could work out how much each film in each franchise earned on average.

Which of the franchise was the most successful? which of the franchise was the least successful? e.g. Jurassic Park 1 earned the most, Jurassic Park 3 was the least successful.

Looking at the graphic, can you work our roughly how much each film in the franchise earned?

Can you convert the earning from dollars to pounds (or any other currency)

Jurassic World has now earned 1.24 billion dollars. How would that change this infographic? Where would the Jurassic Park franchise now be?

The following infographics come from a series of books by Simon Rogers, more info can be found here:

http://simonrogers.net/category/books/infographics-for-children/

http://simonrogers.net/category/books/infographics-for-children/

## Carnivores V Herbivores.

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## Speed and Weight.

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## Super Swimmers.

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## Your Body as a Production Line.

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howmassiveisgoogle.pdf | |

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## Internet Data.

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Thanks to @WatsEd for bringing this infographic to my attention:

Great for looking at large numbers and higher level calculation.

You could multiply each number and look at how many of each:

Happy in 1 second, 30 seconds, 10 minutes, an hour, 12 hours, a day, a week, a year, a decade

With the Youtube uploads you could put this into the context of days - if 2 days worth of video is uploaded in one minute, how many days worth would be uploaded in 5/10/15 minutes etc.

Thanks to 'Stacey Marie' for pointing me in the direction of the infographics below.

Again these are great for big number problems suing the questions above.

Great for looking at large numbers and higher level calculation.

You could multiply each number and look at how many of each:

Happy in 1 second, 30 seconds, 10 minutes, an hour, 12 hours, a day, a week, a year, a decade

With the Youtube uploads you could put this into the context of days - if 2 days worth of video is uploaded in one minute, how many days worth would be uploaded in 5/10/15 minutes etc.

Thanks to 'Stacey Marie' for pointing me in the direction of the infographics below.

Again these are great for big number problems suing the questions above.

## The Batmobile Timeline.

Not that much significance with maths, but a very cool infographic, and the pdf below has some good Batmobile facts which could be used in maths.

http://www.batmanlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Generic-BATMAN-LIVE-advertorial-GOTHAM-GLOBE.pdf

http://www.batmanlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Generic-BATMAN-LIVE-advertorial-GOTHAM-GLOBE.pdf

This is a great infographic linked to superheroes. How strong is Superman? How far could Batman glide and how many calories does Storm need to produce his energy.

Could be good to look at this then think about other superheroes and what they would need to produce their super powers.

Could be good to look at this then think about other superheroes and what they would need to produce their super powers.

## Vintage Infographics.

Infographics are not new as these posters that were displayed in London show.

## World War 1 Infographic.

Very topical this one. Thanks to @Ajcurr for pointing me to this and to @scott_addington for making it. You can download this in PDF form from here: http://www.slideshare.net/scottaddington/first-world-war-infographic-overview