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RT @OCR_Maths Here's an #OCRmathsPuzzle for 30 Sept...!
In a #MagicSquare, the sum of the numbers in each row, in each column & in each diagonal are all exactly the same.
Arrange 9 consecutive numbers to form a magic square where the sum of each row, column & diagonal is 30.
#maths #puzzle pic.twitter.com/92I0…
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RT @MrE_Maths TASKS: Using Prime Factor Tiles garethevansmaths.wor…
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Great discussions about this #LLME twitter.com/LouiseHS…
1/5 = 2/10. Do 9/10÷ 2/10 = 9/2 #MathStratChat twitter.com/pwharris…
RT @pwharris It's time for #MathStratChat! Rules: post your favorite or a clever solution! It's also fun to comment on other's strategies. Tell us about your reasoning. Like/Retweet so others can see!
#MTBoS #ITeachMath #MathIsFigureOutAble #Elemmathchat #MSmathchat #HSmath pic.twitter.com/eDWu…
At this morning's session, we are thinking about priorities for this academic year in #maths #primary #cpd #mathslead #leadership. What's yours? pic.twitter.com/oOty…
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RT @tjhmaths Put my Y6s through their paces today with one of my absolute fave addition PS/R tasks. The excitement when they cracked the code on each question was ace. Great teamwork, great talking and great learning. @booleanmathshub @Mathstopia @NCETM pic.twitter.com/sHxZ…
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RT @EM_MathsHub Are you a #Secondary #TeachingAssistant looking to develop your subject knowledge?
Our new #SecondaryTA Work Group sign-up is now live.
Register now for our first session on 17 November by following the 🔗forms.gle/qx1L6661xb… pic.twitter.com/LJvj…
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43 x 5 + 43 x 2 = 215 + 86
40 x 7 + 3 x 7 = 280 + 21 twitter.com/MathsCir…
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RT @OCR_Maths In the below multiplication calculation, the letters A-J each represent one digit from 0-9.
Work out which digit each letter represents and then write the correct calculation.
Have a great weekend! :)
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