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LO: To improve menatl strategies for adding/subtracting pairs of whole numbers

Discussion in 'Primary' started by eggles, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. Today, I used the dart board, playing the 3 dart checkout game which was differentiated. The lesson was very successful however I still feel that these children could sharpen up on this objective so want to revisit this objective tomorrow.

    Can anyone suggest any other ideas?
  2. What year group?
  3. Year 6
    I've decided to continue with the adding and subtracting two-whole numbers mentally with LA.
    With average group I am going to supply them with some problems which they have to apply the skill from today.
    High ability the same, investigative questions.
    G & T - ask them to think of their own game which they can play using a dart board and then hopefully by the time red group have finished they can play the game with the HA child. Or they can do it as a group of 5 and present the game in the plenary.

    What do you think?


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