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Math "focus wall" idea, based on EnVisions Upper Elementary. This is a great wall of reference for students as they work. They can even demonstrate how they worked a problem, and support their answer with the content in the classroom.

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8.6.5 Developing Multiplication and Division: A really visual way to display arrays. The children could make them from many different materials e.g. drawing, stickers, photographing arrays in real life etc. Can be differentiated also.

Multiplication/Division | The Little Learning Zone

Creative Teaching Displays: Working Walls - Literacy and Maths

Creative Teaching Displays: Working Walls - Literacy and Maths


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I've been wanting to do something like this! Now to figure out what I'll use it for :-)

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Y6 maths working wall by miramlord, via Flickr

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laminated pieces of paper with pegs hot glue gunned to the top - for displaying work

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Maths Working Wall for Year 4 Top Set. Grid Method and Formal Written Multiplication. These flip charts are straight from my lesson, the students are familiar with them as I made them with them, for them. A great way to get a maths display up with minimal effort for maximum effect! Headings are done on coloured card and took about 5 minutes. Differentiation means that students can have a try at the tricker sums and have a model ready.

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Peter Dodds