Test your pupils’ knowledge of the area and perimeter of rectangles and expose misconceptions with this mathematical reasoning task. Pupils must determine whether the 12 statements are always, sometimes or never true. Encourage literacy by getting them to justify and discuss their answers.
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All of our Always, Sometime, Never resources in one great value bundle! [Download a free sample resource!](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/negative-numbers-always-sometimes-never-11379818) Each resource contains 12 statements, pupils have to decide whether the statements are always, sometimes or never true. These activities are brilliant for developing mathematical reasoning and problem solving skills. The resources can be used in a variety of ways from starters to whole lessons. They all come with instructions and full solutions.
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When I bought this product it stated that it was differentiated. I don't feel this is the case it covered the higher ability children well, however it had a only few statements on it that could be easily solved and not have a lot of space for problem solving. Statements such as area is calculated by... can just be proved correct without any investigation by the children. It is a beautiful looking resource with good key information however it was not what I was looking for in the end.
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