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Maths Mother Lode with lessons, videos and papers galore

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by tayto, 15 Oct 2012.

  1. tayto

    tayto Thread Starter New Member

    8 Jun 2011
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    Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching - MEP(Primary)

    Mathematics Enhancement
    Primary Resources

    The intial development of this project was funded by PricewaterhouseCoopers, but with additional funding from ESSO, Corus, and the Garfield Weston Foundation. The project is ongoing and further enhancements are being made.
    Much of the material developed for this initiative is based on a Hungarian Series, edited by Professor Sándor Hajdu at the Petö Institute in Budapest, and published by Müszaki Könyvkiadó. This has been adapted and modified for UK schools with the help of Professor Tibor Szalontai and Rita Szalontai.
    We are grateful for the help and cooperation of our Hungarian colleagues with this project.
    Access to nearly all of the material requires an Acrobat Reader.
    Find out about that (what it is and where to get it free!) here.
    For All Years 1 to 6
    Year 1
    Year 2
    Year 3
    Year 4
    Year 5
    Year 6
    General Overview
    and Guidelines
  2. Wangsuda

    Wangsuda Nonentity Staff Member

    2 Dec 2010
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    Re: Maths Mother Load with lessons, videos and papers galore

    Thanks for the resource. Looking at their homepage, one really needs to have the books in order to make sense of it.

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    It will be fun to wade through it though!

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  3. WonderWoman

    WonderWoman Member

    18 Dec 2010
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    I am going to make it work for Grade 1. I can always use an extra page or so when I teach a new lesson. It reinforces what I am teaching out of the school books e use and it is always good for a "filler"..
  4. MisterStretch

    MisterStretch Guru di guru-guru Ingeris

    2 Dec 2010
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    ^ Agreed. Even without the books, there were lots of activities that could be reproduced for students to do; color the same animal, identify how many shapes, continue the pattern, that would make good fillers or additional practice in more than just math lessons.

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