But the lesson on Monday afternoon was just that - a bit of a failure. It was flat, uninspiring and all a bit confusing and directionless.
And if that is how I felt afterwards, how must the kids have felt?
It has taken me four days of reflection to work out what happened. Let me explain.
Equivalent FractionsTalking at lunch on Monday with Capitano Amazing, my trusted partner in crime and colleague next door, we made a cunning plan to get our classes together for the afternoon to do some Maths. I had some activities arranged that I wanted to work through with my class, and thought it might be a good opportunity to involve a second group of willing participants to add to the dynamics.
So we all got together in 4BF, pushed a few desks back and I handed out the coloured A4 sheets of paper.