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Maths Makes Sense

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by littlelebowski, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. littlelebowski

    littlelebowski New commenter

    I've been asked to show a Year 3 class multiplication of 5's using the Maths Makes Sense system (paper cups etc), and wondered if any other supply teachers had used this method.
    The teacher I'm covering for was going to go through it with me but got called away due to a serious issue. I saw a 20 minute demonstration last year but it's all a bit hazy! The year group is in sets and I have the ones who are struggling with maths. I tried them out with the five times table on Friday and they don't know it at all.
    Any help much appreciated!
     
  2. littlelebowski

    littlelebowski New commenter

    Just found this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpEzDEvVh84&feature=related [​IMG]
    Got a better idea now..
     

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