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Latest maths articles...

Primary maths Christmas activities
Primary maths Christmas activities
Here are a few Christmas maths activities to try with your class - 5 great starting points for investigation and a handful of 10-minute stocking fillers. They will provide children with valuable opportunities for maths learning along with some Christmas festive fun.
 
Bring maths to life - give a problem a context
Bring maths to life - give a problem a context
Giving a mathematical challenge or problem to your class can provide purpose to the maths and sparks children's interest, particularly if set in an inspiring context. The problem solving process involves reasoning and thinking mathematically, while applying the skills or concepts they are learning. That’s all great, of course – but finding appropriate problems to match the learning objectives is not always easy and they are rarely set within a context that suits your class. So where can you begin?
 
Interactive maths and whole class 'unison' responses
Interactive maths and whole class 'unison' responses
Chanting activities involving a unison response can be a good way to practise aspects of maths that involve some sort of repetition. It is fun to do, but needs to be well managed by the teacher and this includes identifying the areas of maths it works best with and careful planning to include all abilities in this whole class activity. 
 
Grouping and multiplication - is 2x3 two 3s or three 2s?
Grouping and multiplication - is 2x3 two 3s or three 2s?
A few years ago I had an interesting debate with a teacher from Finland about the way that multiplication should be represented and modeled to children, with my more ‘fluid’ view in contrast to her opinion that there is just one way that it should be taught. So how do you see 2x3? Is it two 3s or three 2s? More importantly, how do your class see it?
 
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