Our ever-changing maths working wall helps us remember what we've learned.
Children are encouraged to challenge each other, once the board has been cleaned.
Representing number in different ways
Representing three-digit numbers using practical resources.
Using practical resources to work out tricky sums.
The aim of this game is to bolster timestable knowledge. You can do this with any number. If you chose 8 for example, you would say "yes" instead of the numbers 8.16,24 and so on. This is a fun way of engaging pupils with their timestables knowledge. Here, the children have been given the number 9.
Making polygons and angles with straws.
"Now, have we made an acute angle or an obtuse angle?"
Thumbs up if you successfully made a hexagon out of straws!
Success! That's another shape made, let's make another.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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