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I See Reasoning – UKS2

We all want to be able to build reasoning into daily maths lessons. For a time-pressured teacher, that can be easier said than done. I See Reasoning – UKS2 provides rich tasks to deepen learning across the maths curriculum. It’s my ‘go-to’ resource when preparing lessons.

Concepts in I See Reasoning – UKS2 are often shown visually. In the Which picture? questions children match questions to a correct visual representation:

Explain the mistakes questions draw attention to likely errors:

Questions encourage connections between related calculations:

Children are encouraged to find multiple solutions:

And there are a range of other question types besides:

I See Reasoning – UKS2 comes as a PDF file emailed direct to your inbox. You can then save the file in a location of your choice. You can view the file from an Etsy account if you have one (although you don’t have to make an account to receive the file by email). Circulation of the file is prohibited.

Screenshots can be taken to be used in presentations or printed for children’s work. There are 176 questions, all varied in form, with answers provided where necessary. I See Reasoning – UKS2 corresponds to US grades 4&5 and Australian year groups 5&6.

I believe that I See Reasoning – UKS2 can be used to supplement any scheme of work. I hope it helps to deepen the learning in your classroom; I also hope that it makes your life easier when planning at the end of a busy school day!