Overall rating 4 out of 54.8 (13 ratings)
Last updated 19 November 2012, created 14 March 2012, viewed 5,123
Each pupil needs three pieces of A6 paper. They can then use these to form expressions for perimeters and areas.
(based on ideas from Ollerton's 100+ Ideas and an nrich course)
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Looking forward to using this... thank you!
Really like it :) Thanks
I like this approach to algebra, giving it meaning. There is the possibility for children to explore and learn for themselves. Thanks!
Very accessible resource for use with many levels of student. Thankyou
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