Category: Maths

Square Numbers #Maths #rotations #placevalue

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Maths: Place Value Cups

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Advertisements Place Value Cups Today 5/6J we are going to test our skills by building Place Value Cups as resource to help us during our Maths lessons. We will have to have a Maths Brains switched on because we will be measuring and expanding numbers. We will also be working with lots and lots of zeros. Have fun! Here is…

Place Value – Maths Groups: Week 3 Term 1

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Advertisements Group 2 – Working on the laptops practicing add and even numbers. Several options to practice the skill. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/place-value-odd-and-even  Group 1 –  Roll it and Make it Group 4 Mrs Joyce’s Group Group 3  

Place Value – Maths Groups #Maths #Grouping #Data

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Advertisements Group 2 – Working on the laptops practicing add and even numbers. Several options to practice the skill. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/place-value-odd-and-even  Group 1 –  Roll it and Make it Group 4 – Factors and Multiples   Group 1: With Mrs Joyce the Value of Numbers  

Maths – Place Value #Maths #Placemats

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Advertisements Today 5/6J we will be preparing place value mats as we fine tune our understanding. Lets take a look.  

MatheMAGIC 2: Visualizing Math #flipgrid #flipgridfever #OGC #OurGlobalClassroom

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Students Display Their Name Calculations Of Fractions, Decimals and Percentage

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Using A Name To Explore Fractions #Maths #OGC #OurGlobalClassroom

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Advertisements Name Fractions http://adventuresinthirdgrade-brown.blogspot.com.au/2002/04/name-art.html     Students cut out the letters and mounted them. Then the students counted the squares of each color and labeled the fractions. Because it is a 10×10 grid, the denominator for each fractions is 100, making the subtractions a bit easier Extension can any students work out the decimal representation and the percentage representation…