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Whānau-related vocabulary - Maori

To start introducing whānau-related vocabulary, I made flashcards featuring pictures of people in a family. We’ve been playing games trying to recall the words for different relations. 14 more words

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Learning with a twist! - problem solving

I’ve introduced the students to a real life problem solving activity – the Rubik’s Cube. I purchased five cheap cubes, to make Maths more interesting. The boys in the photo were told to use a computer to find out how to solve the cube. 45 more words

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Data collection - Mathematics

In maths we’ve been trialing out our paper plane flying skills to find out what type of plane flies the furthest distance. We had eight mixed ability maths teams, all competing for the right to be called the paper plane distance flying champions. 44 more words

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World of Maths

On Friday, the World of Maths group visited the school. I’d organised their visit, and wanted to have as many students throughout the school as possible be able to participate. 37 more words

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Tena koe - hello to one

The students who do not participate in Kapa-Haka come to room 5 to participate in Maori focussed lessons. We’ve recently been singing songs to learn to greet people. 16 more words

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E Rere Taku Poi

The students who do not participate in Kapa-Haka come to room 5 to participate in Maori focussed lessons. We’ve recently been singing waiata. We’ve been learning E Rere Taku Poi. 111 more words

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Learn your times tables

Knowing your times tables can make mathematics so much easier for you. There are lots of online resources and games to help students learn the times tables. 144 more words

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