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finding all possibilities problem solving display

Overall rating 4 out of 54 (2 ratings)

Last updated 26 April 2014, created 04 March 2008, viewed 12,340

A display to demonstrate how children should work systematically by using pictures, tables and symbols. The problem is left open-ended so children can continue and solve.

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Great thanks - with a little bit of tweaking I can use it in my classroom!

from boogle2604, 26 April 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Fantastic resource!!! I am using this as a stimulus for an INSET which I am leading, the only thing I'm tweeking is by making it interactive so leaving areas for the children to add their own working out. And for my SEN, I'm having a small pouch attached to the display with lots of each shape cut out so that they can use the shapes to physically order them in a systematic way. I will also be adding photographs of my children tackling this. For Key stage 1, you could use a similiar set up but instead of shapes it could be a 2 by 3 egg box with 2 eggs inside - how many different positions could the eggs be placed in?

from funkyhannahuk123, 05 October 2011
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