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Maths is everywhere!

Hopefully Spring is on its way soon and taking maths outside is a great way to reinforce that maths is everywhere, not just in school! I love this article from Maths Australia – follow this link for some fun¬†ideas for … Continue reading

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More from the Numeracy Garden….

Thank you so much to Sara-Jane Macaskill for inviting me to visit their Numeracy Garden at Knockbreck Primary ¬†– I was so impressed and inspired by the wonderful numeracy learning and collaboration taking place! As you can see from the … Continue reading

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Taking maths outdoors

  Following on from last week’s post about the importance of meaningful contexts, how about using the outdoor environment as a stimulating context? Have another look at Knockbreck’s fantastic numeracy garden here: Numeracy Garden This website has lots of fantastic … Continue reading

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From Mountains to Mathematics

Follow this link for an interesting webinar on how outdoor learning can be used as a context to develop mathematical thinking. For teachers that want to learn more about how to combine Maths in the outdoors and discuss this with … Continue reading

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Numeracy Garden

A huge thank you to Sara-Jane Macaskill at Knockbreck Primary for these inspiring photos of the Numeracy Garden they have developed: Knockbreck have developed the Numeracy Garden as a space for Primary 1s and Primary 2s to develop and consolidate … Continue reading

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