## Introduction to addition: pairs that make 10

This is the fifth video in my series about introducing learners to addition. The pairs that make 10 are one… more

Here’s the next video on introducing learners to the concept of addition. When your learners can confidently add 2 collections… more

## Introduction to Addition: Slide and count

My third video on how to introduce learners to the concept of addition. Use this slide and count strategy when… more

## Introduction to Addition: Count count count

The second in my series of videos explaining how to introduce the concept of addition to learners. Once your learners… more

This is my first teaching video explaining how to introduce learners to the concept of addition. Use the strategy add… more

## Empty numberlines

Visualising numbers again, this time with empty numberlines. We’re still working on the quantity model of number, which correlates with… more

## Arrow Card Numbers

Exploring numbers in different ways. Once we had played around with bead strings, we started adding other resources into the… more

## Visualising Big Numbers

Count to 100, easy peasy. But what do our children actually know and understand about these numbers? To start off… more

## Happy Teacher Appreciation Day

Happy Teacher Appreciation Day! To show my appreciation to all the teachers I know, I’m sharing this place value clip card… more

## Construction with Kapla blocks

Construction with Kapla blocks, look what we can do! I set this tricky challenge for my P1s, bridging this gap… more

## Symmetry in Action: Numicon

Symmetry in Action: let’s bring out my favourite resource ‘numicon’. Just when I thought I had got everything I possibly… more

## Symmetry in Action: Lego

Symmetry in Action: let’s explore with Lego! Sometimes you stumble across a new way to teach a concept and sometimes… more

## Medaase and thank you

Medaase and thank you to everyone who made my project in Ghana such an incredible adventure. I’ve thought a lot… more

## Brighter Futures

“Brighter Futures”, not just for the children here, but for Ghana itself. I’ve borrowed these words from the Sabre Trust,… more

## There’s just no telling how far I’ll go

There’s just no telling how far I’ll go! We had planned a Moana moment as we sailed the seas on… more

## Fun with phonics

Phonics really is the most fun. As we are training infant teachers on this project, I worked with a team… more

## My Ghanaian classroom

Welcome to my new classroom. It is one of the three classrooms we have borrowed at a local school to deliver… more

## Planning meeting 101

Planning meetings, things you will need: insect spray, sunshine, water bags, intermittent WiFi, pens and paper. After the school visits,… more

## Kids in the classroom

The kids in the classrooms in Africa are very sweet! I’m not going to post my photos of the Ghanaian… more