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Representing number in different ways

Yes timestables

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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.

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