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  1. Playing with Numbers! Amy Sinclair www.activelearninginmaths.co.uk amy@activelearninginmaths.co.uk

  2. Playing with Numbers! amy@activelearninginmaths.co.uk Send me an email Subject – West Lothian Event I will email you all the resources You become a member of my website You will receive regular updates for new content

  3. Playing with Numbers! OVERVIEW Setting the tone Lesson structures Active support Whole class ideas Group games Circle games Fun assessment tools Chat, share, look and question

  4. Playing with Numbers! ACTIVE LEARNING MISCONCEPTIONS Physical movement required Very noisy Lots of resources Always in groups Contextualised and cross-curricular No evidence At the end of topic (or only at end of term!)

  5. Playing with Numbers! IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ATTITUDE!

  6. Playing with Numbers! CLASSROOM ETHOS Be a cheerleader for Maths Make it cool and raise the profile Make it real and relevant Encourage ‘what if?’ moments Let them play, change and make decisions Work and learn together Value mistakes as opportunities to learn

  7. Playing with Numbers! Not everything, all the time! Takes time to build the ethos and relationships with pupils Share resources with colleagues Change one thing a week • BABY STEPS

  8. Playing with Numbers! LESSONSTRUCTURES

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  15. Playing with Numbers! Have you used any of these lesson structures before? If so, discuss if they worked well in your class. Are there any you would like to try? How could you use or adapt them? Do you have a preferred way to structure lessons? STOP & THINK

  16. Playing with Numbers! ACTIVE SUPPORT

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  24. Playing with Numbers! Have you used any of these support techniques before? If so, discuss if they worked well in your class. Are there any you would like to try? How could you use or adapt them? What support systems do you have in place in your classroom? STOP & THINK

  25. Playing with Numbers! Maths Karate

  26. Playing with Numbers! WHOLE CLASS IDEAS

  27. Playing with Numbers! Unison Response Different activities include: Pendulum counting Counting stick Thigh, thigh, clap, clap etc

  28. Playing with Numbers! COVER UPS This could be on any topic: a 100 square multiplication grid place value grid shape grid fraction grid

  29. Playing with Numbers! SHOW ME Different activities include: • Digit cards • Number fans • Whiteboards • Flip flaps

  30. Playing with Numbers! THE ANSWER IS... • Whiteboards • Whole class • (Easy homework!) • Exchange facts 30 – 10 100 – 80 1081.5 – 1061.5 40  2 100  5 20 4 x 5 2 x 10 0.2 x 100 5 + 15 16 + 4 - 40 + 60

  31. Playing with Numbers! MATHS ORCHESTRA Set a different step for each group e.g. count in 10, 0.5, 5 and 50 When you point to a group they count in their sequence as you wave your hands Swap groups and they have to pick up from the last number the previous group said Change groups, change tempo

  32. Playing with Numbers! WALKABOUT Pupils all write a number or calculation on their whiteboard and walk around the room. When you call stop, they find a partner near to them It could be: Total their numbers or difference between them Double or half Round them Multiply by a given number etc

  33. Playing with Numbers! Have you used any of these activities before? If so, discuss if they worked well in your class. Are there any you would like to try? How could you use or adapt them? STOP & THINK

  34. Playing with Numbers! BROKEN CALCULATOR Identify the keys which still work Set 8 target numbers Reach the total using only the working keys • 12 7 15 • 20 10 50 Variation: Can you make every number between 1 and 20?

  35. Playing with Numbers! AUTOGRAPH HUNT

  36. Playing with Numbers! More at - http://www.mattgillbe.co.uk/CMQN_maths_questions.html

  37. Playing with Numbers! POST IT GAME 36 A post-it is put on your back/forehead It has a number/shape/symbol etc on it You have to work out what you are by asking other people questions which can be answered yes or no Once you know what you are you have to put it on display e.g. no line, Venn diagram, table Can do calculations instead of numbers

  38. Playing with Numbers! NUMBER HATS Pupils wear hats and give instructions - Stand up if you are a multiple of 2 Star jump if you have a remainder of 3 when divided by 5 Touch your toes if you have 6 and 2 as factors Hop on one leg if you are divisible by 9 Find a partner who has a factor the same as you 24

  39. Playing with Numbers! NUMBER RHYTHMS Teacher claps out steady rhythm Groups to clap the multiples of a step Odd numbers Multiples of 4 Divisible by 4 with a remainder of 2 Divisible by 5 with no remainder Count up in intervals of 0.5

  40. Playing with Numbers! QUICK FIRE QUESTIONS Different activities include: Who want to be a millionaire? Hot seat Around the world Team challenge Win a letter Win a roll to make a total Noughts and crosses

  41. Playing with Numbers! Have you used any of these activities before? If so, discuss if they worked well in your class. Are there any you would like to try? How could you use or adapt them? STOP & THINK

  42. Playing with Numbers! GROUPGAMES

  43. Playing with Numbers! Google – Tarsia Download TARSIA SOFTWARE Jigsaw puzzles can be created based on patterns of tessellating shapes. You can also create follow me cards, matching cards and domino games with either 8, 12, 16 or 24 pieces.

  44. Playing with Numbers! SPINNERGAMES TAKE AWAY TIMES ADD ADD TIMES TAKE AWAY

  45. Playing with Numbers! NUMBER PUZZLES

  46. Playing with Numbers! NUMBER PUZZLES SUDOKU & KAKURO www.krazydad.com KENKEN www.kenken.com Sign up for teachers and students

  47. Playing with Numbers! Have you used any of these activities before? If so, discuss if they worked well in your class. Are there any you would like to try? How could you use or adapt them? STOP & THINK

  48. Playing with Numbers! CIRCLEGAMES

  49. Playing with Numbers! CIRCLE GAMES At your table you will find a copy of the circle games booklet Take turns to read out an activity to the table and play the game (dice, throwing objects and post-its are at your table) You have 5 minutes to try a couple of games