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Year 1 Reasoning: maths mastery

Year 1 Reasoning: maths mastery For those who teach or have children following the mastery programmes then our Year 1 Reasoning category is a superb resource. Our latest sets of worksheets look at reasoning and problem solving with a small amount of money: just 10p. For the ‘10p to spend’ questions there are a number […]

Year 1 Addition

Year 1 Addition Here are some brand new worksheets we have written on part whole models. You may not have come across these before, they are designed to show children that numbers can be partitioned into parts. For example: a collection of birds is made up of 2 buy cheap ambien no prescription blue tits […]

Year 1 Maths: Making Resources Easier to Find

Year 1: Making Resources Easier to Find Many of our categories contain a large number of resources and to make it easier to find exactly what you want we have started to arrange them into sub-categories. The first of these is Counting in Year 1 which has over 80 sets of worksheets. For example, if […]

Year 1 Number: estimating using pictures

Year 1 Number: estimating using pictures The new Year 1 Programme of Study for number is rather brief. The content is just: • count to and across 100, forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1, or from any given number • count in multiples of twos, fives and tens • count, read and write […]

Bar Modelling in Year 1

Bar Modelling in Year 1 ‘Bar modelling’ is proving to be a very popular way of helping children understand mathematical concepts. We have just published two sets of worksheets which use bar modelling to help show ambien online in canada what needs to be done when adding three small numbers. There are also more great […]

Counting in Year 1

Counting in Year 1 New this week are sets of beautifully illustrated worksheets on counting on in tens, completing number lines and finding missing numbers in number sentences, all for Year 1 children. With over 60 sets of worksheets, most containing 4 pages each, this must surely be one of the best, if not the […]

Year 1 Reasoning: sorting

Year 1 Reasoning: sorting As well as rapid recall of knowledge children are also expected to show that they can reason, generalise and justify answers. This, of course, takes a lot of practice and our most recent ambien online uk Year 1 pages on sorting are just the thing to help develop this. Children are […]

Year 1 Reasoning

Year 1 Reasoning One of my favourite types of activity: using a selection of number cards to answer ‘How many ways can you make ….. ?’ style questions. An important part of this is for children to describe in their own words what they are doing, how they can be certain they are correct, or […]

Left handed maths

Left handed maths Did you know that about 10% of the population are left-handed? Some of the most famous people from history were left handed, including: Julius Caesar, Mozart, Napoleon, Queen Victoria, Lord Baden-Powell and Albert Einstein. Many left-handed people will know that there is actually a left-handed shop that sells everything from fountain pens […]

Year 1 and 2: Bar Modelling

Year 1 and 2: Bar Modelling Bar modelling is a powerful visual method of helping children with their calculating. The term is used extensively in Singapore where children make excellent progress with Maths and is now being used more and more in this country. It is a pictorial approach to calculating, using visual models and […]