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# Children's Thinking

### EYFS Thinking About: Map Making

### EYFS Thinking About: Obstacle Courses

### EYFS Thinking About: Four Triangles

### EYFS Thinking About: Sandwiches

### EYFS Thinking About: Robot Monsters

### EYFS Thinking About: Poly Plug Rectangles

### EYFS Thinking About: Incey Wincey

### EYFS Thinking About: Paths and Maps

### EYFS Thinking About: Sunflower Numbers

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Take a look at some of the children's thinking you have sent us.

You may like to read this article, written by Dr Sue Gifford, which outlines different ways in which you might capture young children's mathematical thinking and how to send samples to NRICH.

Age 3 to 5

Here you can read about how children responded to the Mapping activity.

Age 3 to 5

Read about children's responses to the Obstacle Course activity.

Age 3 to 5

Here are some examples of children's thinking about the NRICH task Four Triangles.

Age 3 to 5

Here are some examples of children's thinking about the NRICH task Sandwiches.

Age 3 to 5

Young children's thinking about the Robot Monsters task.

Age 3 to 7

Challenge Level

These short videos show some children working on the Poly Plug Rectangles task.

Age 3 to 5

Here are some examples of children's thinking about the NRICH task Incey Wincey.

Age 3 to 7

Here are some examples of children's thinking following on from their exploration of the NRICH Paths activity.

Age 3 to 5

Here are some examples of children's thinking prompted by drawings of numbered sunflowers on an outside wall.