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# Be a Mathematician!

### Working Systematically - Lower Primary

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### Saying What You See - Lower Primary

### Saying What You See - Upper Primary

### What If ... ? - Lower Primary

### What If ... ? - Upper Primary

### Convince Me! - Lower Primary

### Convince Me! - Upper Primary

### What's Your Plan? - Lower Primary

### What's Your Plan? - Upper Primary

### Practice Makes Perfect - Lower Primary

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Mathematicians often know lots of mathematical facts, but, more importantly, they think about maths in different ways. These activities are grouped to help you to practise thinking like a mathematician.

Age 5 to 7

Mathematicians try to work systematically so they can see how they worked something out, and see patterns which messy work might not reveal. Here's a selection of tasks where having good ways to sort and organise can be very helpful.

Age 7 to 11

Mathematicians try to work systematically so they can see how they worked something out, and see patterns which messy work might not reveal. Here's a selection of tasks where having good ways to sort and organise can be very helpful.

Age 5 to 7

You and your friends are probably quite good at imagining things and seeing things in lots of different ways. Here you'll put that to use in doing some maths challenges.

Age 7 to 11

You and your friends are probably quite good at imagining things and seeing things in lots of different ways. Here you'll put that to use in doing some maths challenges.

Age 5 to 7

Here are some exciting activities for you - have a go at them and then see what happens if you change one of the little questions. You may be able to change it more than just once!

Age 7 to 11

Here are some exciting activities for you - have a go at them and then see what happens if you change one of the little questions. You may be able to change it more than just once!

Age 5 to 7

Here are some challenges that you can work on and then see if you can convince someone that your solutions are right! Have a go!

Age 7 to 11

Here are some challenges that you can work on and then see if you can convince someone that your solutions are right! Have a go!

Age 5 to 7

Sometimes it's not easy to know how to start a problem. Try talking to a friend about how to start, and what sort of plan you'll have to carry on.

Age 7 to 11

Sometimes it's not easy to know how to start a problem. Try talking to a friend about how to start, and what sort of plan you'll have to carry on.

Age 5 to 7

These activities make use of things you probably already know and help you to understand them even better for solving problems!

Age 7 to 11

These activities make use of things you probably already know and help you to understand them even better for solving problems!