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Ratio and proportion - any ideas - new to year 4 children

Discussion in 'Primary' started by eggles, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. I want something really practical. Really struggling. thanks
  2. I want something really practical. Really struggling. thanks
  3. make orange squash in different proportions
    Or smartie packet divided by colours...
  4. Its our first lesson. Might use these ideas in plenary. going to start with blocks. Have you goat any ideas for group activities? Average ability 3B, Low ability 3c and high ability 4c?
  5. teamadmiral

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  6. Thanks for the link stormie skye - I have saved it as I am new to year 4 next year and think it could come in handy. The resources that came with the programme are useful too.

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