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capacity and talk for maths

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by ResourceFinder, May 26, 2011.

  1. Well, assuming "talk for maths" is some Primary initiative that encourages children to talk about maths

    Surely, of any topic, Capacity would be an easy one ... they have capacity all around them from a can of drink and a medicine spoon to the swimming pool
     
  2. lancsHOD

    lancsHOD New commenter

    I agree it looks great, great quote from a young child, 'it's more interesting than if you eat 7 bananas a day, how many do you eat in a week?' Real functional maths anyone.
     

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