Mathnopoly - Solving Equations. Based on Manoj Mistry (manojm03)'s excellent Mathonopoly idea, this is an adapted version I've made. The questions are designed for Year 7 students being introduced to solving equations. I've also created some humorous chance and community chest cards.

Mathnopoly - Solving Equations. Based on Manoj Mistry (manojm03)'s excellent Mathonopoly idea, this is an adapted version I've made. The questions are designed for Year 7 students being introduced to solving equations. I've also created some humorous chance and community chest cards.

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Solving Equations. Gavin is loving this. He enjoys math so much he will make up problems during his free time.

Solving Equations. Gavin is loving this. He enjoys math so much he will make up problems during his free time.

Teacher's Pet Displays » Maths Challenge Posters » FREE downloadable EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom display and teaching aid resources » A Sparklebox alternative

Teacher's Pet Displays » Maths Challenge Posters » FREE downloadable EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom display and teaching aid resources » A Sparklebox alternative

How to solve an equation graphic organizer for interactive notebooks or classroom poster from the miss jude math! TPT shop

How to solve an equation graphic organizer for interactive notebooks or classroom poster from the miss jude math! TPT shop

True or false Number Sorts last week... writing their own calculations this week... brilliant maths Class1!

True or false Number Sorts last week... writing their own calculations this week... brilliant maths Class1!

Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it. This activity not only improves their maths, but also strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, which is important for improving writing skills.

Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it. This activity not only improves their maths, but also strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, which is important for improving writing skills.

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