# PROBLEM SOLVING BGFL

By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Click here for more information. Print some nets to make your own 3D shapes. Been doing a bit more research and ‘Home maths’ by Anita Straker fits the bill perfectly – open ended questions: These images and rhymes help us to remember the rule. Oops sorry should be AJ – blame the pina colada!!! We describe them using words such as faces, vertices or 1 vertex and edges.

Glad to be of help. We describe them using words such as sides and corners. Play rounding games here. Have you seen this website? These images and rhymes help us to remember the rule. I am a Governor and ran a Family Number Fun club for parents and children last year and was thinking of doing a puzzle club for children this year but was a bit worried about finding thinks gor Yr 1 and 2 – now got loads so planning ahead. O Like the bfgl.

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These images and rhymes help us to remember the rule. We have learnt that 3D shapes can be held. We have learnt that 2D shapes are flat and cannot be held. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Your name or email address: Rounding to the Nearest Ten.

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Glad to be of help. I am a Governor and ran a Family Number Fun club for parents and children last year and was thinking of doing a puzzle club for children this year but rpoblem a bit worried about finding thinks gor Yr 1 and 2 – now got loads so planning ahead. Also, the Nrich website.

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Yes, my password is: Sollving describe them using words such as faces, vertices or 1 vertex and edges. Thank you very much Ill look into those links: This week we have been rounding numbers to the nearest ten. Hi Looja, Thanks for the link – this is just what I have been looking for. Don’t worry Nickey I’m on the red wine.

Have you seen this website site: On some scrap paper, work out the answers as you play by drawing your tens and ones. This site uses cookies. We did ours like the example below but we drew 32 at the top and then drew 21 under it so the tens were in a column and the ones were in the other column to help us count them.

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Have you seen this website? Connect with like-minded professionals and have your say on the issues that matter to lroblem. ElfredaAug 3, Do you already have an account? Can you make a repeating pattern using 2D shapes? Problem solving toolkit – think it’s Heinnemann is good. Discussion in ‘ Primary ‘ started by AJAug 3, Play rounding games here. Been doing a bit more research and ‘Home maths’ by Anita Straker fits the bill perfectly – open ended questions: Oops sorry should be AJ – blame the pina colada!!!

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# Maths | Highfield Hall Primary School

This week we have been solving addition calculations with missing boxes by using numberlines, bridging ten and counting on. Finding numbers on the hundred square. No, create an account now.