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# Maths

▶ Lines of Symmetry - YouTube

'The Great Divide' by Suzanne Slade continues our multiplication theme. It is important that students see the connections between multiplication and division. This beautifully illustrated book does just that. It also teaches students about the names for different groups of animals such as a group of gorillas is called a band and a bunch of billy goats is a tribe. In a fun and interactive way, it helps students learn about animal collective nouns and division.

Math-E-magic: 169 maths puzzles and challenges - very suitable for Upper Primary - with hints and solutions and lots of opportunities to engage in mathematical thinking.

Multiplication Bingo – A lesson in practising timestables

Heart Rate Data - Fun Exercise With a Link to Maths Lesson - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Cartesian Grid - dots paper

median, mode, range, and mean!!

The Mathematics Shed - Mathematics Shed Home

Problematised Situations – By Children4Children - Community - Google+ | Maths and problematised situations with Ann Baker | Scoop.it

Mean, Median, and Mode Gizmo

Great math ideas using Lego!

Magnetic number Fishing. They add what they catch. Or if really young, they could just identify the number. (for older kids they could even catch 2 numbers and multiply!)

Lego Math | Best Activities for Kids

Multiplication Models

Jack and the Beanstalk a Mathematical Adventure - combines story and math in one app. Find out how the app engaging kids in math in a story setting! #math #elementary #literacy #kidlit #kidsapps

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master fractions, decimals, percents

Math Scavenger hunt in a magazine (or newspaper) so that the kids can see math in real life

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays

why are numbers the shape they are? It is all to do with inside angles - just count them and that tells you the number. You can see now perhaps why the French and others do a 7 the way they do. I've left you to work out 9, the hardest one, on your own.

Butterfly method