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Before I waste days of my life...

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Andrew Jeffrey, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. Andrew Jeffrey

    Andrew Jeffrey New commenter

    ...does anyone know whether this idea already exists?

    I love ALWAYS, SOMETIMES, NEVER as a maths activity. T|his morning while half awake on a train I realised how useful it would be to have a book full of different sets of always sometimes never cards.

    Each set would be for a particular topic at a particular level, so there would for example be a level 2 set on 2-d shapes, a level 3 set on 2-d shapes, etc. up to level 5, then a level 2 set on multiplication and division, then 3, 4, up to level 5.

    And so on.

    Would this be useful, and if so, has it already been done? It would probably be a few days' work to get some really good questions together and make a book of copymasters.

    Even more useful presumably would be a CD ROM, so that they can be printed out as pdfs. And maybe a blank word document so that teachers can make up their own.

    Or better still, perhaps an A4 copymaster book with a CD-ROM included.

    So - anyone seen anything like this? I don't want to re-invent the wheel!

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