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NRICH KS1 Interactive Whiteboard Resource: 100 Square Jigsaw


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Created on 25 September 2007 by h_benucci
Updated on 28 September 2007 by ncetm_administrator

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This jigsaw could be used as an exploratory tool for children who haven't met the 100 square before, or it could play a part in assessing their understanding of it having already met it. The problem is a great way for children to reinforce their understanding of the sequences contained within the 100 square even if they have seen it before. You could use this jigsaw as a whole class activity on an interactive whiteboard, inviting children to explain how they would start and going on to complete the task altogether. Alternatively, you could introduce the jigsaw to the whole group and then ask them to complete it in pairs.


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19 December 2008 10:54
like 100 square, would like similar times table square that students could use, wonder how it could be done using IT.
By sallyh72
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