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Templates to show visually what pattern is created with the last digit of each of the times tables. Each times table has its own circle and the final page has one large circle on which your students can put all of them (in different colours!) I have added an example that I made to show you what it looks like. Questions will come up - what is the same, what is different eg 2s and 8s make the same pattern but the arrows go in the opposite direction! and 1s are the same as 11s. A beautiful visual way of showing the patterns in numbers.

I saw this on a Waldorf maths site a while ago and found another quick clip to show how it works, so now I've made some circle templates to use with my students.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1ALx5q6jO4
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Phyllis16

a year ago
5

Thank you for sharing this. It's great when Maths meets art.

h3len

a year ago
5

Brilliant - especially for our bubble during lockdown!

Angeorge

2 years ago
5

campiok3

4 years ago
5

Excellent mental maths activity for my year 5's different tables for different abilities. Liked the examples to show the children as well. Thank you.

brenna

4 years ago
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