# Answers for math

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Make a simple DIY paper plate addition game to help your child practice their addition and even subtraction skills

Fun interactive math activity for the beginning of the school year. Students use multiplication and division equations to answer questions about themselves.

Great posters for B2 with answers and mark schemes.

To encourage children's maths concepts in useful and fun ways, because play matters, here are 20 useful math games.

Great for phonics or numicon - basically any topic where you want to put a clue on the outside and answer inside. Could even put different textures/colours or smells inside to discover in a sensory area.

Looking for a fun way to practice subtraction facts? Here's a simple activity that mixes sensory play and using a number line when solving subtraction facts.

Self Assessment Marking Trays: I got it! I think I got it! I don't think I understand.

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Time to add some challenging fun to your classroom routine with Brain Teasers for teens! First, give these head-scratchers a try: When you’re ready, scroll down for the answers. Now, did you really...

Awesome way to practice skip counting and work on fine motor skills in one. Clip the next number on the clothes hanger. This would be great for ABC and 123 sequencing too.