By Alan Thwaites
A hundred actions and video games designed to complement the first arithmetic syllabus. the guidelines are heavily associated - even though no longer solely - to the DfES basic Framework for Numeracy, giving supportive, brief and enjoyable actions to the respective age-groups and assurance requisites. in lots of instances, actions incorporated in chapters for more youthful age-groups is usually tailored for older children.
content material: part 1. brief quantity actions and video games --
part 2. Investigations and longer actions --
part three. Measures and time --
part four. form, house and design.
summary: a hundred actions and video games designed to complement the first arithmetic syllabus. the guidelines are heavily associated - even though now not solely - to the DfES basic Framework for Numeracy, giving supportive, brief and enjoyable actions to the respective age-groups and assurance requisites. in lots of situations, actions integrated in chapters for more youthful age-groups is also tailored for older little ones
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Encourage the children to work systematically, inserting known values throughout the puzzle as they discover them. Here is a further example for you to try: A+B=J C×C=C F+E=A F+E=B+C E×B=H 44 D–E=A E–C=C E×E=B J–F=G The nine letters do not have to be the first in the alphabet; they could comprise letters in a coded final message to be solved. g. ‘VERY WELL DONE’ which has nine different letters, and use those. The corresponding numbers would be set out in order ready for the message to be deciphered.
You will have to decide if ‘quickest’ refers to the fewest throws or the quickest player or team irrespective of the number of throws. 40 Game 3 – advanced Same basic rules as game 2 but with a menu of modifications from which to choose: Use three dice, allowing a second function in the calculations. Extend the required count from 1–10 to 1–20. The two functions cannot be the same in any given throw. DIFFERENTIATION Use the appropriate game, adapting as necessary. 41 IDEA N O U G H T S A N D C R O S S E S 2 : C O O R D I N AT E S 33 42 KEY AREA RESOURCES GROUP SIZE Coordinates Clearly visible whiteboard or flipchart Any Draw a 3 × 3 noughts and crosses grid on the whiteboard or flipchart.
If the answer is correct the player colours in any free square on the grid. If incorrect, no square is coloured. The first answer only can be taken. Paths can be blocked which is, of course, part of the strategy. Players can go round a block using adjacent squares. e. two teams of two and a questionmaster. DIFFERENTIATION Select questions at the appropriate level. 51 IDEA DIVIDE AND RULE 41 KEY AREA RESOURCES GROUP SIZE Division Two or three sets of 0–9 number cards Conventional dice Jotting paper or whiteboards Any, but this works well with teams of 2 This game is for reluctant dividers in KS2.
100 Ideas for Teaching Primary Mathematics (Continuums One Hundreds) by Alan Thwaites