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I Teach Boys Oct 20
We've continued to focus on graphs for yr 7's, this is for a lower attaining set, by using these explicit scaling instructions it has made it so much more successful! Available here:
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Miss Farley and P2 49m
What a fun way to show Miss Farley our amazing knowledge of addition. We are looking forward to continue building our skills! 🌟🌟
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KHSSupportedLearning 41m
Our S1 class have had a positive start to their learning this term. Today we have been learning partitioning in numeracy using a range of resources
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St Cuthberts 32m
Who knew that our Olympics mini project would use so many skills?
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Terry Kne 10m
Hmmmmm is it just me or can’t someone at add up / fact check? 🤔🤣🤣
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Lorne Primary School 4h
Our Numeracy and Mathematics Working Group have uploaded videos to support Number Talks at home for this block. Have a look at the videos that may support your child
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John Down Oct 20
I have been asked to lead on Numeracy at our secondary school. It's not a very exciting topic. Has anyone got any advice to make it effective?
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Hannah-May Wilson 13h
"9/10 children in the world’s poorest countries unable to read a basic book by the age of 10" reports The Guardian, referencing citizen-led of basic and skills across the Global South
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Rigour Maths Oct 13
Want to improve your numeracy skills? Try this weeks 175, your FREE numeracy newspaper. Ideal learner conversations at home for the October Holidays! Download this & view all past editions on our webpage; 🥉🥈🥇🗞️
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IZA World of Labor 2h
What is the economic value of literacy and numeracy? from discusses in her article:
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Airdrie Maths and Numeracy 6h
Super proud teacher!! D came into my class in August using his fingers to count on. Today he choose to challenge himself on a 3digit by 2digit multiplication!
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JCSP Library CBSJS 4h
If you Masterbuild it, they will come! expansion in our library’s lunchtime club. First week = 6 kids; second week = 26. .....
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Healthcare Apprenticeships Oct 20
English and maths are a requirement of all apprenticeships. Click here to see what this means for apprentices with LDD
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Lorne Primary School 4h
Replying to @LorneSchool
and will be focusing on Making Landmark and Friendly Numbers this block. Have a look to see what pupils will be experiencing
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JuniorsSMM1920 Oct 16
Amazing team work today as we began our maths stations using Numicon and 2D shapes
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Brynne Takeuchi 13h
It was a math kind of Monday in Room 7!
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J Hamilton Oct 20
I finished in literally quarter of time it took to build spaghetti bridge or popsicle stick . I wonder which is stronger? Amazing opportunity for . I will argue or better yet inspire anyone: :D
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ThePlayskool Oct 21
Hearts like doors open with ease, to very, very little keys. Today's numeracy lesson is incorporated with Practical Life Experience of opening and closing of padlocks by matching them with the keys that are numbered 1-9
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Shavington Maths Dep Oct 21
This week's form-time Numeracy Challenge winners!
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Miss Shearer P6 4h
Developing our understanding of division through games and working in small groups creating questions
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