Written Problems-multiply-divide-maths-teachingUnravelling a written maths problem can be a confusing process. Occasionally we may be guilty of just asking too much of children; not only do they have to read the problem, they also have to: sift through the information to determine which elements are imporant and which are not really needed; understand what the question is really asking; decide which mathematical process is needed... Read more »

teaching-times-tables-pirate=productsMany thanks to those mathsticks members who responded to our survey about new maths resources. 

We had a number of requests for more games focusing on the related maths concepts of multiplication, factors, products and division. Here's our first new resource for that area. Read more »

teaching maths shape namesHere's a straightforward Shape Matching Game for two players.

The board consists of a track around the perimeter with a 'shopping list' of shapes for each player. The idea is that children take it in turns to roll a dice and move a counter around the perimeter track. Each time they land on a shape they need to check their 'shopping list' to match the shape to its correct name. They may tag the shape name with a counter as they go. Read more »

teaching co-ordinatesIf you have been teaching co-ordinates, you will know that some children grasp the concept very quickly while others can struggle with it. Here's a set of 5 grids especially developed to give children plenty of practice while keeping the teaching/learning fun and engaging. Read more »

teaching number bonds - maths gameHere is another set of cards designed to offer children lots of practice with number bonds to 10. The downloadable pack includes a set of 24 0-10 digit cards for use in 'Find the Pairs' games.

The file also includes a complete set of 'dotty-number' cards and instructions too.

 

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Sudoku Jigsaw PuzzlesWe have taken our 4 by 4 Sudoku Jigsaw Puzzles and expanded them (in several directions) for our mathsticks+ members. Here we have 4 new 6 by 6 Sudoku puzzles transformed into jigsaws. Read more »

teaching maths - sudoku puzzlesBy rights these should be called Sudoku Puzzle Jigsaws... it's a development of our Magic Square Jigsaws. Sudoku puzzles have always offered fantastic problem solving opportunities - see here for our stock of Sudoku related mathstick resources. Read more »

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