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Examples of what a team might have for 2 are: double, twice, duet, duo, bicycle, biplane, binoculars, bicentenary, pair, scissors, trousers, shoes, spectacles, fortnight, weekend. Accept any reasonably logical link with the given number. Team points are scored for each acceptable answer. g. score (20); century (100); gross (144); weeks in a year/cards in a pack (52); football team (11), cat’s lives (9), dalmatians (101), millennium (1,000). DIFFERENTIATION Ensure that teams are evenly balanced for ability.
To ensure decimals or fractions insist on division. Include the possibility of decimal numbers but only to one decimal place. 26 RESOURCES GROUP SIZE Decimals 2cm squared paper Scissors Any This is an easy-to-make aid for multiplication and division by 10, 100 and 1,000. Each child will require up to ten strips of 2cm squared paper, each about 20cm long by 2cm wide and put aside. Cut one strip the same length but 6cm wide. Fold the 6cm-wide strip in half, lengthwise. This should produce a crease through the middle row of squares.
Whatever the result of the request, play passes clockwise around the group. ’ (600). Watching and listening carefully, players will learn something about the cards other players are holding and use this to their advantage. The winner is the first to put down two families or the first to lose all of her/his cards. g. 5, 50, 500. 43 IDEA CRACK THE CODE 35 KEY AREA RESOURCES GROUP SIZE Four rules Paper and pencils Any KS2 children pick this up quickly and enjoy making their own code puzzles. The object of this puzzle is to place the numbers 1–9 correctly with the letters A–J (omitting I to avoid possible confusion).
100 Ideas for Teaching Primary Mathematics by Alan Thwaites