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The One-Stop-Math-Shop’s Copy / Give-to-other-people Policy

*When products are posted for free or are R0,00 in my shop you are allowed to spread it anywhere via electronic or physical means. It will say Karelien Kriel © at the bottom because it is still my intellectual property. Also the name of my shop is there to let people know where they can go […]

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Lees met begrip benodig vir Wiskunde

Cas Olivier shared a link. 26 February at 06:49 Byna agt uit tien graad 4 leerders in ons skole kan nie met begrip lees nie. Die navorsing het nie uitgespel dat die probleem oorspoel na graad 12 en verder nie. Dit is ‘n feit. Ek sien dit met elke groep kinders en studente met wie ek sessies […]

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Number of marks for Assessments

Teachers and parents should please note that we set up 100 mark assessments in order to cover the whole term’s work. However, it is unrealistic to expect a primary school learner to sit still and concentrate for such a long assessment. We therefore recommend that you break it up into parts. For foundation phase 30 […]

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Teach your kids to budget (toddler to teen)

Money, money, money…it’s a poor man’s world! Life is not about money but without it we can’t survive. Therefore it is important to teach our kids money skills from an early age. Age appropriate money skills It’s a good option to play games with small children who can’t understand the value of money. To them […]

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How to do informal Maths with young children at home

Just a few examples of how people of any social standing can teach their children helpful skills at home… Take everything out of the cutlery drawer and let him put it back in the correct spaces. [Math skill: ordering; grouping] Count how many knives, forks and spoons there are. [Math skill: counting] Count the stairs […]

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