#### Patterns in Braille

This Problem helps to connect real life applications with the Maths taught in the classroom. Using Braille Patterns(in a 2x3 rectangle) students ar...

by Len Cooper

- 3.52 reviews

Connects Maths and Science Encourages investigations and justification

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- 3christomkins5 years agoReport
A useful resource for upper KS2. Helps work on shape, reflective symmetry and coordinates. Thanks for sharing.

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