Teaching pupils about the language of maths is really important – especially for problem solving. This is a header, on three separate pages, for a maths display board which explains some maths terminology like this resource and this resource and this resource.
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Poster to remind pupils that the word “cent” always means 100, no matter where they come across it.
Source: Conor Bredin
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Getting pupils to find their way around a 100 Square is a great skill to teach. If they can master this skill, it will help with the development of mental maths skills. These posters show pupils how to use the 100 Square to add (by adding tens first and then units) and subtract (take away the tens forst and then the units). [click to continue…]
These are posters with the language of weight for mathematics. They are to re-inforce the concepts of heavy, heavier, heaviest; light, lighter, lightest.
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Flashcards of the names of a selection of currencies around the world. Each flashcard contains the name of the currency, its sign or abbreviation and the name of the country in which it is used.
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