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Maths Play offers provides professional learning opportunities supporting teachers as they reunite maths with play.

We are delighted to share the following content featuring knowledgeable presenters on the given topics.

Play and games

Dr Ange Rogers helps celebrate the official launch of Maths Play by sharing two low-floor, high-ceiling games to hook, motivate and challenge learners.

Storybooks and manipulatives

Marissa Cashmore helps  celebrate the launch of Maths Play at our second online launch party. In this excerpt, she shares how she used a picture storybook to set a hands-on, mathematical challenge.

Using storybooks to learn STEM concepts

In this keynote, join Professor Marilyn Fleer as we explore the use of powerful and much-loved storybooks, together with children's imagination, to create authentic contexts for mathematical thinking and problem solving. 

Using manipulatives effectively across the primary years

Explore the use of cubes, counters and shapes to explore critical number concepts and challenges that invite mathematical thinking, dialogue and more.

Using LEGO bricks to build mathematical thinking

Whether you have 2 bricks handy, 20, 200, or 2000, there is plenty of maths to capture, explore and play with during this powerful session that leverages the mathematical nature of LEGO to teach concepts.

Maths Play acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live, learn and work, and pay our respects to Elders past and present. Maths Play is dedicated to learning and operating in ways that acknowledge, respect, celebrate and learn from the original and beautiful cultures of these lands.