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MAV has produced 10 lessons for algorithmic thinking in the primary mathematics classroom.
It only seemed like yesterday that we were putting up the Christmas tree and now we find ourselves about to enter the Easter break.Teachers, If you haven’t got any Easter material for your maths lessons, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our top five websites for Easter maths worksheets.When it comes to maths worksheets for Easter, we have some fun resources that we think your students will really enjoy.That said, our favourite worksheet is the ‘Easter Bunny’s Basket Activity’, a problem-solving task which challenges children to figure out how many combinations of red, blue and green eggs the Easter Bunny can use when packing his 3-egg capacity baskets.That is definitely one worksheet that will have children busy for a while!Our aim is to develop a whole new culture of deep understanding, confidence and competence in maths – a culture that produces strong, secure learning and real progress.Inspired and informed by robust, world-class research and global maths experts, we work with teachers and colleagues throughout the UK and internationally.The lessons provide coverage of Levels 1 to 6 of The New Zealand Curriculum.The lessons are organised by level and curriculum strand.The tricks in this feature will help to inspire your learners to be playful, become engaged, and then think deeply about the mathematical contexts that underpin them.Explore the extensive range of resources suitable for use in F-6 classes.