We started class with a “mind reading”
game.

Think of two numbers |

The game was attention-grabbing. The learning outcome children will be able:

1 ü to
practice subtraction

ü See
the pattern

ü Communication
skill

I agree with Prof Yeap's thought that to teach Maths the teacher’s role is very
important. During my maths era, my
teachers taught multiplication not using Bruner Theory (if they had , I would have done
better). Most of the teachers
during my days in school were basically using their previous knowledge to teach
us Maths. Even today, I explain Maths to my children using my previous method.

**Something new**: I would like to say this sentence when I am teaching my child next time.

¾ / 3 = ¼

3 fourth shared equally
among 3 = 1 fourth

The geoboard is a good therapeutic way
to end the class as we were getting engrossed in designing a shape but the rule
was to leave just one dot. Reminded me
of our kolam (a form
of painting that is drawn using rice)

**Maths is making connection. Keep connected**

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