# PROBLEM SOLVING BGFL

Hi Looja, Thanks for the link – this is just what I have been looking for. Homework Games Ordering numbers http: Thank you very much Ill look into those links: Rounding to the Nearest Ten. Do you already have an account? These images and rhymes help us to remember the rule. This week we are playing the games involving reading scales, reading clocks, number sequences and money.

Have you seen this website site: 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. Rounding to the Nearest Ten. Money – making totals, paying the same amount with different coins, solving problems involving money. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. O Like the bfgl.

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# Maths problem solving book | TES Community

Hi Looja, Thanks for the link – this is just what I have been looking for. Have you seen this website site: Do you already have an account? This week we are playing the games involving reading scales, reading clocks, number sequences and money. O Like the bfgl.

ElfredaAug 3, We describe them using words such as faces, vertices or 1 vertex and edges. Click here for more information. Play rounding games here.

Problem solving toolkit – sooving it’s Heinnemann is good. We describe them using words such as sides and corners. Glad to be of help. Yes, my password is: Connect with like-minded professionals and have your say on the issues that matter to you.

This week we have been rounding numbers to the nearest ten. Money – making totals, paying the same amount with different coins, solving problems involving money.

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# Maths | Highfield Hall Primary School

Can you make a repeating pattern using 2D shapes? Discussion in ‘ Primary ‘ started by AJAug 3, Print some nets to make your own 3D shapes. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Also, the Nrich website. Cookie Notice We use cookies to track usage and improve the website.

## Area and Perimeter games

Oops sorry should be AJ – blame the pina colada!!! Have you seen this website? We have learnt that 2D shapes are flat and cannot be held.

Been doing a bit more research and ‘Home maths’ by Anita Straker fits the bill perfectly – open ended questions: Finding numbers on the hundred square. Thank you very much Ill look into those links: