Penkford School on Twitter: "#Maths working wall showing the learning journey pupils have made through the fractions topic. Our displays are learning aids ...

... "The maths working walls around the school are looking great - watch out for more updates! @TLATCornwall @CODEMathsHub… https://t.co/hdIEY1qTAs"

Setting Up A Numeracy Working Area Numeracy working walls are becoming ubiquitous in UK primary classrooms but they run the danger of becoming just a ...

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We created anchor charts for everything in math: strategies, problem solving steps, ways to communicate our thinking, ways to represent a number.

Our numeracy working wall: Circle of reference for number 13 and our time work on 'The Bad Tempered Lady Bird'

It is also important for maths areas to be around the classroom, not just on a wall. Check out these easy 3 ideas below to create in your own classroom.

Maths resources can be permanently attached to the working wall, or detachable so that children can take them away to their desks to use.

... and on our maths working wall and we will keep you posted by displaying photos of the children working hard as well as their work, for you to see.

Our working wall has also evolved compared to the progression through skills model used last year. This week I have trialed placing 'Application Tasks' on ...

Mr Keegan on Twitter: "Maths Working Wall ready for action! Can't wait to fill it! Who will be our Deep-Diver of the week?

A small working wall in a Y3/Y4 classroom – the current maths topic is shown and there is a progression for the children to follow to enable full ...

Below you will see a picture of our maths working wall that Evan,Max and Harley have been working on. We have been helping people's learning by putting up ...

We follow the Primary National Framework for Mathematics and use a range of different supporting materials and games.

Pip - Mathematics on Twitter: "Lots of discussions amongst staff on what is and what isn't a maths working wall. Important is language and accurate ...

This whole display will fill my back wall – I suspect that even though I've reduced the size my maths operators will have to go next to the table rather ...

(Our 'working wall,' complete with solved subtraction and multiplication. The ticks are my daughter's self-congratulatory add-on and the As she's copied ...

Don't be afraid of using math vocabulary and putting it on the wall for students. I never shy away from math language when I am teaching.

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