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Teachers and practitioners need to be clear on the intended learning outcomes of the game, how all children can benefit from appropriate games (not just the ‘fast finishers’), and plan opportunities for adult support, discussion and pupil explanations. Worksheets and textbooks These feature strongly as mathematical resources in many Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 classrooms. As Harries and Spooner (2000: 46) point out, worksheets and textbooks play an important role in influencing teachers’ thinking with regard to the teaching and learning of primary mathematics.