In Hamilton's 'Puzzling Squares' investigation, children add three single-digit numbers with the aim of making a total of 10 and understanding the impact on the sum of different constituent numbers.
These ‘solutions’ to Hamilton's 'No Zero' investigation by 4 different children right at the start of the year demonstrate some of the skills necessary for successful investigative mathematical learning.
In Hamilton's 'Dotty Triangles' investigation, children use trial and improvement to find different ways of making a given total by adding three small numbers.
In Hamilton's problem-solving investigation 'Long and You Like' children create chains of numbers by finding factors and multiples. Up until recently, the record was 61 held by a child at ...
Hamilton has thousands of session planning resources for teaching cross-curricular topics in primary schools. But did you know that we make over 500 of these documents available for free?
Hamilton has thousands of maths resources for primary and secondary teachers. But did you know that we make over 1000 of these documents available for free?
Hamilton's website has hundreds of science resources for primary teachers. But did you know that we make all of our science session plan and resources documents available for free?
You are aiming to teach all Reception children age-related expectations by the end of the year. But what are the basic skills that you can't let them leave your class ...
You are aiming to teach all Year 1 children age-related expectations by the end of the year. But what are the basic skills that you can't let them leave your ...