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

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

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

Learning about shorter and taller, not a worksheet in sight. We were developing the use of comparative language to measure.… more

Back to the maths table, now with even more maths! We started with number to 10, then onto number to… more

Numbers up to 100! Here we go! We’ve had lots of fun exploring numbers to 100 on our hundred square… more

Numbers up to 30, look what we can do! We’ve had so much experience of using numicon and are developing… more

We’ve been celebrating our hundred days of school! Well done children on 100 days of learning, playing, exploring, adventuring and… more

Welcome back to the maths table! We’re now learning about numbers up to 20 and there are plenty of opportunities… more

Lots of fun practising ordering numbers to 10 with these lollisticks. Thanks to my fantastic stage partner for letting me… more

Making sense of numbers to 10 with these number links. Lots of fine motor as well as maths practice as… more

We’re getting stuck into learning about 1 more with this sticking activity. This is the 4th station for exploring 1… more

My class really enjoyed this counting activity today. Threading cut up straws onto furry pipe cleaners, what’s not to love? It’s a… more

More careful counting with this lovely maths activity. There’s something about the hole punches that the children find fascinating and this… more

More active maths games for numbers to 10. This time children are practising ordering numbers to 10. We’re using the… more

I use tens frames as one of my maths teaching group activities to help children recognise and learn about the… more

Tens frames provide a powerful way to visualise numbers. Showing numbers on a tensframe reinforces the idea that the quantity… more

Mastery in mathematics has been hitting the headlines as it is introduced in England. This collection of teaching principles is… more

Practising addition without any worksheets! This is one of the warm up games that we start each maths lesson with.… more

Use subtraction stories to build on prior knowledge when introducing taking away. Children already know a lot about subtraction through… more

Independent doubles practice. We started learning about doubles a few weeks ago and many of my children are beginning to… more