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Oct 18, 2009

What's New: Five times table

Once the two times table and ten times table have been learned the next easiest is probably the five times table. Practice first of all with counting up in fives, starting from zero. Then move on to saying the whole table in words. remember to say, 'One five is five,...

Oct 16, 2009

News: Children should not start formal education until they are at least six.

Children should not start formal education (thatâ€™s sitting down to read, write do maths etc) until they are at least six. So says the devastating attack on our schooling by the largest study of Primary Education for 40 years. The Cambridge Primary Review, led by Professor Robin Alexander recommends putting...

What's New: Multiplication as repeated addition

One of the best ways of explaining multiplication is to think of it as repeated addition. So, a multiplication such as 4 x 3 is the same as adding 4 three times (4 + 4 + 4) or 3 lots of 4. Of course, 3 lots of 4 is the...

Oct 14, 2009

What's New: Using the vocabulary of position

These four maths worksheets are all about learning the vocabulary of position, including on, above and under. Reception teachers will tell you that there are a good number of children who are not at all sure what these terms mean when they come into school, but I am sure that...

Oct 12, 2009

Resource of the Week: Maths Game - Bats and Balls

This bats and balls game will really help your child with their counting and matching of numbers up to 5. They can drag the correct number of balls onto the tennis court so that the number of bats and balls are the same. Is this how Andy Murray started off?...

Oct 7, 2009

What's New: Subtract from multiples of 10.

Here we are moving on to some quite tricky subtraction: taking a single digit from a multiple of ten. Before attempting these four pages children should be confident with counting up to 100 and counting in tens up to 100. There are several ways that these questions can be tackled...

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