"Here I get to roll the dice and add up. I like to see how the numbers are made up. I like writing in the different languages, I like Maori and Samoan they are nearly the same.”

“ I like this problem because I learnt my division - it means sharing into equal groups." “I know my timestables and my division had the exact same numbers. ie 7 x 3 = 21 and 21 3 = 7. "

“I have learnt division and multiplication now. I like the questions all the time and the fun things we do to help us figure out problems ie Karate Maths. Here I remember the symbols of maths in a fun way. I normally find it hard to remember things.”

“I have learnt my family of facts using reversibility. “ “ I now know lots of strategies that I can use to answer problems. “

“ I enjoyed this problem because I put my work into a bar model. This makes it easier by seeing how to put the whole into thirds.” I enjoyed the challenging problems and working with a small group.”

This game helped me with my timestables and basic facts and I love the game. It just helped me learn so much in a fun way. I like how I’ve learnt to group numbers together to make an answer. I like the model (arrays) it is a way to find answers easily.”

“ I liked learning all the different ways to make 30.” I enjoy the lessons as they give me time to think and grasp the concept before moving on.”

“These classes have helped me know my timestables and other stuff.” “I liked this problem because I was making 20 and then I counted in 10s. I know that 2 + 2 = 4 and 20 + 20 is 40.

“ I enjoy trying to work out the answers and breaking numbers in half like 313 + 442

Is 300 + 400 = 700, 10 + 40 = 50, 3 + 2 = 5 so it is 755. “ “ I like making patterns and finding patterns of numbers.”

“I’ve been taught how Maths works with all the signs, like adding and subtracting. I like using the blocks, they help me a lot. I enjoy writing on the board and saying how many dots we can see, it’s helped my learning too. When I hear a number, I can now see it and count it in my head.”

“ I enjoyed adding two digit numbers, it is an easy and fun way. I like learning new numbers and finding out the answers.”

“ I enjoyed making 10 using the cups and sticks because it is fun and I can learn Chinese numbers too. I also have learnt how to write the English and Maori numbers.”

“ I am learning my doubles by putting them into pictures for me.” “I can see different maths patterns now.”

“I learnt to count on now.” “I learnt to make 2 one hundreds, 2 tens and 3 ones, this makes 223.” “I like this page because of my writing of the numbers and the colours.” “I can now add big numbers.”

“ I like learning 4 x 3 = 12, I like doing Regan’s problem. I was jumping over the chair. It was fun. I learnt times, that means groups of. “

“ I enjoyed making 10 and then seeing the same pattern to make 20. Ie 8 + 2 = 10 so then 8 + 12 is 20, I just added another 10.”

I enjoy working in a group by talking with them about my maths it helps me learn.”

“I chose this piece as I worked the hardest on it. I learnt quarters, and that the smaller the denominator the bigger the piece.”

“I learnt about halves, quarters and eighths. I liked using the models to show the whole broken into equal pieces. “ I like the lightsaber activity it was fun and I learnt putting numbers into equal groups. “

“Here I was using the whole and showing what ¾ looked like.”

“I enjoyed doing this problem because it was about ladybirds and flowers. I learnt about groups of which is our timestables tables.” “I like coming to Maths because it is fun to work out what problems equal.”

“I enjoyed doing this problem because it was about ladybirds and flowers. I learnt about groups of which is our timestables tables.” “I like coming to Maths because it is fun to work out what problems equal.”

“ I chose this page because I used lots of strategies, including the model. ““ I have enjoyed coming to Maths and learning more fractions like making lightsaber’s - I know how to make thirds. I now know half of numbers now like half of 6 is 3."

“ I enjoyed this problem because the boy was getting the feijoas, it helped me learn with my groups.” “I know when we put things into groups it is equal sharing and that is division.”

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