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Open-Ended Maths Problem Solving PowerPoint - Middle Primary

Teach Starter Publishing
PowerPoint, PDF | 22 pages | Years: 3 - 4

A PowerPoint with 20 open-ended problem solving questions covering a range of mathematical concepts.

This open-ended problem solving PowerPoint will promote deep, thoughtful and creative responses from your students. More than one answer is acceptable; exploring possibilities is encouraged. The problems cover a range of mathematical concepts, such as number, space, measurement, chance and data.

Use this problem solving PowerPoint at the beginning of your lesson, as a group activity or as an enrichment task for early finishers.

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  • Lucy Murfet
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    Are there answers available for these?
    • Holly (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Lucy, We didn't write answers for these as they are open ended and more than one answer is acceptable; exploring possibilities is encouraged. We hope you enjoy this teaching resource. Kind regards, Holly

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