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Miss Smith Apr 28
Made 15 of these this weekend- can’t wait to use them with my class!
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AMT Aug 19
Today is a big day! We wish all the invited students participating in the AMOC Senior Students the best of luck! Have fun and remember !
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Miss D Nov 23
Week 3 of term 2 and we’ve tackled our 8 times table! A tough week to start with but some fantastic discussion and understanding by the end of it. Some lovely unpicking of word problems today too.
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Miss D Jun 7
Week 1 of Term 6 saw Year 3 return to measurement. Lots of contextual talk this week & some fantastic use of stem sentences to explain how to convert between units of measurement. They’re so ready to smash this final term of the year!
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Jo Morgan May 24
The inaugural First Mathematics Challenge for children in Year 3/4 takes place in June and July. Not too late to order your packs!
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Jo Morgan Oct 29
Thanks to for sharing more primary topics in depth packs. . These feature resources and approaches for teaching primary maths topics.
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Jenzy_teaches 🙋‍♀️ Nov 11
I have LOVED building column addition up with Y3: from base 10, to counters ‘one-at-a-time’, to empty place value charts 😍 - inspiration from boards on here, thanks!
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Miss D Jun 22
We’re almost done with measurement in Year 3 (just capacity to go) and there’s been a lot of progress made. Brilliant use of stem sentences to explain their thinking this week too!
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The Real Number Nerd Jun 9
As part of developing mastery for maths, we have been using a 30min slot to pre teach vocabulary to the class. Children now look back in their books when checking they have completed a question! It’s been worth the investment - try it out!
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Matt Roberts Nov 4
Here's a question: Do you teach the grid method for multiplication? Is it useful? Does it further the mastery of your children?
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Miss Danielle Duffy Feb 25
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The British School of Barcelona Feb 12
"We are 5 years old again" "we need to unlearn to learn" - Interesting Maths workshop where parents understand how children learn to add and subtract for the first time in their lives. Invaluable guidance from the KS1 team to support children at home.
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Adam Spencer Aug 13
Connect 4 turns 45 this year. If two people play “perfectly” & player 1 starts in the centre column, they always win; the column either side of the centre(col 3 or 5), it’s always a draw; if they start in cols 1,2,6 or 7 they always lose against a “perfect opponent”
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Miss D Nov 30
We’ve been getting to grips with multiplication and division questions this week. We kicked off with a lesson outside on Monday which we all LOVED. Lots of great discussion around unpicking questions - which we are now all great at!
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Rachel Walker Mar 27
I’ve started adding pics of working walls onto a file on for children to come back to. Hoping it’s going to solve my ‘what happens when the washing line is full’ problem, as well as things like revisiting prior learning and considering overload.
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Rainhill St Ann's 7 Mar 18
Happy We have got lots of fun maths activities happening around school today. Plus, all of KS1 and KS2 children will be taking part in their very own ‘Breakout Room’ activity. Will they escape before the end of the day?!
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WhiteleesPS 3 May 18
Proud teacher moment😍👌Check out P6a andour Latest & Best jotters. We thought we'd show you our favourite tasks📚 Every jotter is amazing&everyone has challenged themselves as always🎉✏️
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Washingborough LKS2 Nov 28
Today we’ve warmed up our maths minds by exploring and sorting numbers
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The HP Saucerer 17 Jun 18
If you don’t already use then give it a go. Download free pixel art colouring pages to practice ✖️➗➕➖, FDP and PV. Sheets for all grades plus best of all, it’s free!
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Katrina Jun 14
Another fantastic day delivering the Stems and Generalisations course for over at Maidenbower Junior School (thank you for being such super hosts!) Fantastic feedback from participants: 'mindblown' and 'inspired' .
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