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Primary mathematics resources to support teacher questioning, make connections and make maths meaningful and fun. Supporting a classroom full of mathematical discussion and thinking.

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Primary mathematics resources to support teacher questioning, make connections and make maths meaningful and fun. Supporting a classroom full of mathematical discussion and thinking.

#### Primary ideas to get children thinking in maths

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Primary teachers to use and adapt to the age and stage of their children. Just a few ideas.

#### Mathematical marking and questioning support poster.

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Marking statements to promote mathematical thinking. Used by teachers to help develop their questioning. used as a model for students to develop partner talk. Marking statements to be used to obtain better understanding. Pupils can use them to extend their own thinking and show the teacher what they can do.

#### Water, water! Part of Game On! Original video and scripts to discuss ratio, capacity, fractions.....

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This work was written in response to teachers asking me questions like. What is a rich task? How do I make maths more engaging? Why do you advocate not always using single learning objectives? How can we connect parts of maths together? We add maths ideas to our themes, how can we start with maths and build a theme from that? It was also written with the change in pedagogy in Wales as a result of a focus on the 5 principles of progression. This resource is aimed at Y5 + but can and should be used as a professional learning activity to discuss what is different about this unit. contact @Cerisummit for information on purchasing the other 16

#### Part of Game On! A series of 17 units of work across KS1 and 2 and Progression steps 2 and 3 Wales

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This work was written in response to teachers asking me questions like. What is a rich task? How do I make maths more engaging? Why do you advocate not always using single learning objectives? How can we connect parts of maths together? We add maths ideas to our themes, how can we start with maths and build a theme from that? It was also written with the change in pedagogy in Wales as a result of a focus on the 5 principles of progression. This resource is aimed at Y5 + but can and should be used as a professional learning activity to discuss what is different about this unit. contact @Cerisummit for information on purchasing the other 16