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You will need five cards. On the cards write the letters P E S T O
P stands for 'Prime', E is 'Even', S is 'Square', T is 'Triangular' and O 'Odd'.
When a number appears hold up the cards that describe it.
This is a visual aid designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole
class exposition. It does not need to be an interactive whiteboard.
Vary the speed to match the abilities of your students. Use the freeze button on the projector to talk about a particular number.
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"It would be great to get a photograph of a class doing PESTO to publish on this page. The bigger the cards the better!"
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Monday, May 11, 2015
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