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Perfect display for my maths working wall, to encourage the LAP's when trying to understand digital time

They are ready to make the connection between repeated addition, groups, and arrays to multiplicaiton. This is a fun way to introduce this to them.

Making Roman numerals with popsicle sticks. We could use the match sticks.

Using this in my classroom!... When the time comes....

I like this idea and think that I will have to steal it for my next maths display in the corridor. Could get the children to find things to include.

Fun ways to incorporate math and statistics into the classroom

For the Love of Teaching: Monday Made It {Beach Ball Activity & Math About Me}

studywithmaggie: 13/02/2016 • A lot of you have been asking how I study and also what grades I’ve been getting. So here goes! I’ve listed some general points which I’m going to expand on in a series of ‘How to Study’ master posts. I’m studying in the UK and achieved 12A*2A at GCSE. At AS, I achieved 5As and am currently aiming for 4A*s. I’m studying Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry & Economics! My techniques definitely aren’t going to work for everyone, but I hope my next few post...

Revise or Die — A lot of people have asked me how I make my...

Make your own color block puzzles! So fun for preschool and kindergarten color practice and logic play!