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Cuisenaire Interactive Environment


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Created on 19 November 2007 by jennifer_piggott
Updated on 19 November 2007 by ncetm_administrator

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http://nrich.maths.org/public/viewer.php?obj_id=43 48

A free interactive resource for the whiteboard which could be used for many different purposes. These might include, for example, exploring ideas associated with factors and multiples or addition and subtraction. It is also an ideal context in which to investigate fractions or to look at finding combinations. The environment can be tailored to suit your objectives simply through the questions you ask the children. Lots of ideas for using it also available on the NRICH website (www.nrich.maths.org) - click on the link at the bottom of the web page.


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15 May 2012 16:18
For some very rich examples of how one teacher has used Cuisenaire rods to teach some amazing fluency with fractions in the primary school go to the 'The teacher as research: teaching as researching' micro-site here:
https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/28795
By petegriffin
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31 January 2008 15:16
Thanks for pointing this site out - cuisenaire are now more frequently assigned to the back of the cupboard and its good to see the range of ideas for using them across all age range
By stephharvey
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