The “Magical Maths” website is a fun and friendly site that was set up in early 2007 and was recently voted as one of the most effective learning hubs for teachers around the world and has one many blog awards since its inception. The success of the Maths Toolkit led to the introduction of the highly acclaimed Educator Toolkit.

The site receives thousands of unique visits per day, and has developed into one of the most highly influential educational sites where magical educators across the globe share resources and strategies to aid the development of OUTSTANDING teaching practice.

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How do you Make Effective Cross Curricular Links?

#teammagicalmaths @PrimaryMathsRes How To Make Effective Cross-Curricular Links. The Cross Curricular Approach The phrase 'Cross-Curricular' is often used to describe an ...
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The wonderful world of writable surfaces!

#teammagicaleducators @PaulWat5 The wonderful world for writable surfaces! Hi-tech isn't always ICT based, sometimes it is a well thought out ...
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parental engagement

Why not try something new with Parental Engagement?

#teammagicaleducator @BucksburnMaths Why not try something new with Parental Engagement? Disclaimer: These are my own thoughts and reflections and not the ...
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Battle of the “Wrist Bands” ! A great way to engage your students in lesson!

#teammagicaleducator @_Stacey_English Battle of the Wrist Bands! A great way to engage your students in lesson! “Not Animal Farm again.” ...
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The secret behind Wellbeing Bags! #Teacher5aday

#teammagicalmaths @MrMcLoughlin_PE The secret behind Wellbeing Bags! It was a gruelling first term at the British International School, Ho Chi Minh ...
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Should we keep doing interventions?

#teammagicalmaths @Burrows_Physics Should we keep doing interventions? OK so on first reading, the answer to this question is a fairly ...
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