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Every educator’s mathematical friend
Recap the term’s work!
Learn your tables with leaves
Daisies are tough little flowers and the fun of footprints and daisies makes this a summer activity not to be missed!
The whole point of maths outside is that it is real and relies on practical activities.
Following up on challenges and activities to further develop children’s core skills.
Making a kite from waste materials – science, design and maths in action.
Sticks, children and maths outdoors are the perfect combination for learning!
When investigating patterns outside, there are many ways of doing this. On rainy days it could be…..
If this arises as a topic of conversation, little children may wish to see if they can find ways of making a money tree.
Maths and sticks are the perfect combination for Maths Outdoors!
The idea of objects representing numbers is not new and works well for reinforcing basic numeracy skills.
Sticks + Angles = Wood + Maths Outdoors
Leaves and maths outdoors for all ye landlubbers…arrr!
Exploring 2D shapes and right angles outdoors.
How to play the Nigerian maths game, Dara.
One metre length sticks are great for measuring outdoors.
Long live sticks! They make maths fanta-stick!
Sticks are stonking for working out fractions.
After a hard day’s teaching 15 participants learn more maths outdoors.
Sticks are making maths ever-more interesting outside.
Fractals in nature, patterns with sticks…it’s all part of maths outdoors.
Coppicing provides perfect sticks for maths outdoors.
The real objects we treasure have a personal value.
A simple activity for learning about measuring using…sticks!
A super lesson about angles.
Doing the whole lesson outside in challenging weather.
A short and sweet activity about analogue time.
WWII spy training!
A very simple outdoor challenge for children to try.
An opportunity to meet other teachers and compare outdoor learning activities.
The concept of a right angle can often stump children.
The sticks are getting a serious amount of use at the moment.
Sticks are an essential resource for many outdoor activities.
I do believe every school needs sticks!
Various reflective surfaces can be created or found.
Have fun with symmetry, reflections and patterns.
Workshops at the Grounds for Learning National Networking Conference.
Making learning maths outdoors fun!
Traditionally completed on rods with wooden discs, this one’s with leaves!
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