Outdoor Arrays+

Using outdoor found materials to create arrays.
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    Pupils discussed what arrays are and why They were shown a variety pf prepared arrays. Pupils then worked in small groups to create their own arrays. They used clipboards to write out the multiplication sums relating to the arrays.

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    Trees woodland


    Water - pond






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