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I’ve been working on my Maths display for the last few days. I find Maths displays difficult/annoying as they need to be changed with every new topic (which at times can mean every week). Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Maths Working Wall, Math Wall, Math Multiplication, Second Grade Math, Homeschool Math, Math Classroom

Maths – Working Wall

I’ve been working on my Maths display for the last few days. I find Maths displays difficult/annoying as they need to be changed with every new topic (which at times can mean every week). However, I spent some time on Pinterest and remembered using a ‘Working Wall’ in the UK for a Maths display.

Free math lessons and math homework help from basic math to algebra, geometry and beyond. Students, teachers, parents, and everyone can find solutions to their math problems instantly. Basic Math, Simple Math, Math Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Resources, Ks3 Maths, Maths Tuition, Math Homework Help

Maths in my class - Irish Primary Teacher

There is a huge amount to be covered in the […]

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Maths Fear - Irish Primary Teacher

Many children and adults alike have a fear of Maths […]

I try to have lots of different concrete materials in the resource room for Maths. This makes the learning more enjoyable and fun for the children. Many children learn best when they are doing hand… Concrete Materials, Resource Room, Numeracy, Hands On Activities, Math Resources, Kids Learning, Children, Irish, Fun

Some maths equipment for the Resource Room

I try to have lots of different concrete materials in the resource room for Maths. This makes the learning more enjoyable and fun for the children. Many children learn best when they are doing hands on activities but these materials can be very expensive. Most of the items I use are inexpensive and some are

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Structure of a Maths lesson

With over 100 likes on my post ‘Structure of an Irish lesson’ – I’ve decided to do a series with ideas for each subject. Next up is Maths. Maths is probably one of my favourite subjects to teach. I love to see the ‘lightbulb’ moment especially when children have a fear about a new topic/ area

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Maths Partners - Irish Primary Teacher

I started stations in Maths today and I use mixed […]

Some strategies for teaching fractions! Paper Folding I showed the children a piece of paper and asked ‘I fold this page into two pieces. Maths Resources, Teaching Fractions, Paper Folding, Numeracy, Irish, Teacher, Writing, Professor, Irish Language

Teaching Fractions (3rd Class) - Irish Primary Teacher

Some strategies for teaching fractions! Paper Folding I showed the […]

in the series of my ‘Maths Around Me’ posts. The first was based on the Swimming Pool. My commute to work is spent in queues on the so gives me lots of time to think/develop my road rage. Maths Resources, Commute To Work, Road Rage, Numeracy, Swimming Pools, Irish, Teacher, Swiming Pool, Pools

Maths Around Me; The Motorway

2nd in the series of my ‘Maths Around Me’ posts. The first was based on the Swimming Pool. My commute to work is spent in queues on the M50 so gives me lots of time to think/develop my road rage. Some maths topics that could be covered using the ‘motorway’. Length

I’m working mainly with class this year as a resource teacher and this week in Maths the topic is Place Value. Here are some activities I used over the last few days to explain what place… Maths Resources, Teacher Resources, Activities, Place Values, Numeracy, Irish, Holiday Decor, Irish Language, Ireland

Place Value; some activities - Irish Primary Teacher

I’m working mainly with 3rd class this year as a […]

When baking, I often find recipes from the US which use ‘cups’ instead of grams. Baking is an area which provides lots of opportunities for children to use their maths skills. Maths Resources, Numeracy, Math Skills, Irish, Teacher, Baking, Professor, Irish Language, Teachers

Maths Around Me; Baking - Irish Primary Teacher

When baking, I often find recipes from the US which […]

This is a quick post about my ‘Maths Box’. This is simply a box where I keep most of my Maths resources including loop cards, problem solving, challenge cards etc. The Maths Box is used at least Maths Starters, Early Finishers Activities, Maths Resources, Group Work, Numeracy, Teacher Pay Teachers, Small Groups, Problem Solving, Irish

Maths Box

This is a quick post about my ‘Maths Box’. This is simply a box where I keep most of my Maths resources including loop cards, problem solving, challenge cards etc. The Maths Box is used at least 2-3 times a week in different ways. Mental maths starter

Today we started the topic ‘Chance’ in Maths. The class found the topic quite easy and very enjoyable so tomorrow we will do some Maths Stations based on the topic. Learning Support, Math Stations, Numeracy, Math Resources, Irish, Teacher, Cards, Math, Professor

Maths Stations (Chance)

Today we started the topic ‘Chance’ in Maths. The class found the topic quite easy and very enjoyable so tomorrow we will do some Maths Stations based on the topic. Tomorrow morning, I will divide the class into 4 groups. Each group will have a different task

When I found out I was going to have class this year, I was delighted and I quickly thought of the Maths curriculum – I think there is a huge amount in the class Maths curriculum and … Teaching Long Division, Math Division, A Piece Of Advice, 5th Class, Math Resources, Curriculum, Irish, Teacher, Professor

Tackling Long Division - Irish Primary Teacher

When I found out I was going to have 5th […]

This week in fourth grade we will begin our unit on measurement. We will start the week by measuring things around the classroom to the nearest of an inch. Students will practice using. Math Resources, Math Activities, Real Life Math, Maths Area, Math Charts, Area And Perimeter, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas

Maths: Area and Perimeter - Irish Primary Teacher

I’ve decided to do a few blogposts on various areas […]

What is Mental Math? Lot of you out there are trying to find an answer to this question. Well, answer is quite simple, mental math is nothing but simple calculations done in your head, that is, mentally. Reto Mental, Breakout Edu, Brain Teasers For Kids, Math Talk, Math Questions, Maths Puzzles, Simple Math, Banana Coconut, Math Problems

Structure of a Maths lesson

With over 100 likes on my post ‘Structure of an Irish lesson’ – I’ve decided to do a series with ideas for each subject. Next up is Maths. Maths is probably one of my favourite subjects to teach. I love to see the ‘lightbulb’ moment especially when children have a fear about a new topic/ area

This freebie is just like my multiplication concentration, but with addition. There are 10 pairs of doubles addition fact cards. This resource is good to play with a group or to use as a center. Doubles Addition, Math Doubles, Addition Facts, Addition And Subtraction, Number Worksheets, Reading Worksheets, Math Games, Math Activities, Math Classroom

Differentiation in a Maths lesson

We started learning subtraction (with renaming) yesterday. I revised the concept and we did lots of examples on the IWB however when the children went to work independently many struggled to answer the questions. Image Source Usually I find in Maths there are 3 -4 groups Children