Grid Algebra is a new visual and kinaesthetic way to learn number concepts and pre-algebra at KS2 and to learn about number and algebra for KS3 and KS4. What is more, it supports more developed algebra ideas as well. Dave Hewitt introduces the concept of the 'grid' in Grid Algebra: http://bit.ly/LDxgr0

Grid Algebra is a new visual and kinaesthetic way to learn number concepts and pre-algebra at KS2 and to learn about number and algebra for KS3 and KS4. What is more, it supports more developed algebra ideas as well. Dave Hewitt presents Part 3 of How to Use Grid Algebra - Using letters: http://bit.ly/LDxgr0

Grid Algebra is a new visual and kinaesthetic way to learn number concepts and pre-algebra at KS2 and to learn about number and algebra for KS3 and KS4. What is more, it supports more developed algebra ideas as well. Dave Hewitt presents Part 2 of How to Use Grid Algebra: http://bit.ly/LDxgr0

Grid Algebra is a new visual and kinaesthetic way to learn number concepts and pre-algebra at KS2 and to learn about number and algebra for KS3 and KS4. What is more, it supports more developed algebra ideas as well. Dave Hewitt introduces the concept of the 'grid' in Grid Algebra: http://bit.ly/LDxgr0

http://bit.ly/LDxgr0: Grid Algebra is a software package developed by Dave Hewitt to support learners as they develop their understanding of early algebra. Learners can be observed as they deal confidently with notation that is far from simplistic. The software enables a powerful visual, and dynamic representation of the ideas that underpin this aspect of mathematics.

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