Unicorns, Elephants and Numbers Why Rules. Importance Of Counting The Game Begins Adding Ones The Cards Subtraction and Negative One Developing the Game Wildcards Multiple Cards Playing multiple cards in holders Patterns and Times Tables The Naming of Numbers Removing Many Cards Multiples, New Cards and Rules Multiplying three numbers Multiplying Negative Numbers The First Reconstruction Puzzle The Multiplication Puzzle Time Tables in Disguise Unmasking the Times Table Disguised Times Table Puzzle Factors and Multiples Common Factors Division and Factors Showing Hands with Many Boards Units and Prime Numbers New Puzzle, New Numbers New Numbers, Old Rules Adding Fractions Equivalent Fractions Naming the Parts Step by step adding fractions Multiplying Fractions Dividing Fractions Reciprocals Negative Division Mixed Gift Boxes Re-View Mixed Gift Boxes Building a Puzzle Wildboxes and Other Boxes Parentheses Problems Boxes in Boxes | Numbers are an imaginative creation. Learn the rules, follow the rules then get the answer Know what it is you are counting at each stage Numbers as pieces within the Game of Maths Add One objects to get new number objects Playing cards are added into the Game The Negative One number object. Tips for playing a hand of cards in the Game A little bit of Algebra creeps in From adding to multiplying Does order of multiplying matter? What are times tables? Larger numbers are named Multiplying by a negative number More on multiplying with negative numbers Does order of multiplying matter? Multiplying with many positive or negative numbers Mixing adding, subtracting and multiplication Division undoes multiplication Simple sequences of numbers Algebra for a sequence Solving a simple equation Find them in times tables From multiplication Using factors to simplify division Why the number of boards is always shown Factorise a number into primes Fractions are needed Different ways of writing fractions Different numbers of boards Multiple Shares Why numerator and denominator? Adding fractions example How to do it Change to Multiplication Upside down fractions Just flip Brackets and distribution More on brackets and distribution Make and solve a simple equation Introduction to brackets(parentheses) Emptying boxes and removing brackets Multiple Brackets |

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