## Examples of repetition need not be boring- learning maths, Mathematics

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E1) Try and see the order in which different children fills numbers in the grid above. My claim is that all of them would fill in the ones, the fives and the tens first. Test my hypothesis. Did you find any evidence to the contrary?

E2) Can repetition help children understand the concept of time? Give an activity in detail which you would give a group of five children to do for this purpose.

A point that we made in previous was that children learn best in a non-authoritarian environment. We now talk about one way in which such an environment can be built.

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