## Numeracy Learning Wall display

by scottlowther

- 4.722 reviews

Tell me if you find this sort of thing useful as I'm always creating quick things like this but never usually bother to upload them... Just some examples of how to add and multiply that I use on my working wall, nothing fancy, just reminders for some of the children who need it.

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### 22 Reviews

- 4josephrobertcoopera year agoReport
Terrific - thanks so much for his brilliant time-saver!

A tiny suggestion: "The answer is 24 what is the question?" needs a full stop (or dash or semi-colon) in the middle. - 5saeedaambreen2 years agoReport

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