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Pullout Section November 2014 - GeometryArticle | By At Right Angles |  Dec 18, 2014 Mathematics | 0 Likes
Teaching geometry at the primary level has to do with building spatial sense and visualisation ability in the child.
Gems from Bhaskaracharya IIArticle | By At Right Angles |  Dec 18, 2014 Mathematics | 0 Likes

Take a look at some number problems from ancient India...

Prime Numbers Visualized!Article | By Rajkishore |  Dec 17, 2014 Mathematics | 0 Likes

What better way to learn about primes and periodic curves than to play with visualizations of them?

Dance, Factors, DanceArticle | By Rajkishore |  Dec 17, 2014 Arts, Mathematics | 0 Likes

Here is a resource on factorization that is bound to capture the attention of your students. You can show your students a few and see what they come up with on their own too!

Here's Looking at Euclid - book reviewArticle | By Rajkishore |  Dec 16, 2014 Mathematics, Science & Technology | 0 Likes

Want a teaser for yourself (or your learners) on topic

Exponential IdentitiesVideo | By phelinelephant, Shikshamitra |  Nov 20, 2014 Mathematics | 0 Likes

Swati, at Shikshamitra, demonstrates how exponential identities can be explained in a visual, child-friendly manner.

Exponent laws - examplesPresentation | By phelinelephant, Shikshamitra |  Dec 16, 2014 Mathematics | 0 Likes

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