Sanna Wigerup
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easy tips/games for fractions Mr. Gardner came up with a general rule to generate such fractions. In fact, there are eight interesting(*) fractions of this type below 100: 16 / 64 = 1 / 4 19 / 95 = 1 / 5 26 / 65 = 2 / 5 49 / 98 = 4 / 8 64 / 16 = 4 / 1 65

easy tips/games for fractions. In fact, there are eight interesting(*) fractions of this type below 16 / 64 = 1 / 4 19 / 95 = 1 / 5 26 / 65 = 2 / 5 49 / 98 = 4 / 8 64 / 16 = 4 / 1 65 / 26 = 5 / 2 95 / 19 = 5 / 1 98 / 49 = 8 / 4

Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?"

The question is.give an answer and students come up with a question. The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Monday Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started!

Popcorn maths game. Addition, subtraction and ordering for KS1.

"On the white paper (plain popcorn) I wrote numbers, on the yellow (buttered popcorn) I wrote math symbols (+ – x ). Students can then choose 2 pieces of white popcorn and 1 piece of yellow. They write the equation and answer in their books.