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Pattern and Matrix Tasks Maths Resource

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This resource is designed to help develop pupils’ spatial thinking and non-verbal reasoning skills through a series of tasks that require them to closely examine patterns. It has been designed in PowerPoint to make it easy for you to edit and add your own notes for learners. Many of the shapes are editable to allow teachers to create further patterns.

Explanatory notes and answers can be found in the accompanying download.

Don’t miss Gill Cochrane’s article: Making maths stick: The Importance of Spatial Thinking. Gill explores the latest thinking on spatial thinking and relational reasoning and how teachers can help build these skills in order to protect against later maths difficulties.

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