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Mathematics resources.

 

Mathematics NCETM and NRICH resources

NCETM Progression maps – Microsoft word ZIP

NCETM Progression maps – pdf ZIP

Mathematics glossary for teachers in Key Stages 1 to 3

NRICH problems linked to the mathematics curriculum ZIP

 

Mathematics Programmes of Study

PoS for Mathematics – Word ZIP

PoS for Mathematics – pdf ZIP

 

Mathematics – Problem solving and reasoning 

Teachers need to be mindful the following resources were written prior to the 2013 UK mathematics national curriculum. Therefore they must consider the coverage and change in pitch for some mathematics topics.

Finding all possibilities  PNS 2010

Logic Problems and Puzzles  PNS 2010

Finding rules and describing patterns  PNS 2010

Reasoning questions in speech bubbles -_1x A4

Reasoning questions in speech bubbles – large

Reasoning Vocabulary – in large strips

Always Sometimes Never True – headings

Always Sometimes Never true – NCETM

 

Rockin-The-Times-Tables-Audio-CD

Multiplication Times Tables CDs Click on the heading or image above for recommended  CDs

Mathematics – Numbers and Patterns: laying foundations in mathematics, PNS 2009 -

Although this is an old resource (published in 2009), it contains a wide range of excellent number and pattern games for children in Early Years and year 1.

Numbers and Patterns – focuses on number, particularly counting, and the students’ developing understanding of the patterns that underpin early work.

 

Mathematics –  Mental maths documents

Teachers need to be mindful the following resources were written prior to the 2013 UK mathematics national curriculum. Therefore they must consider the coverage and change in pitch for some mathematics topics.

Teaching mental calculation strategies KS1 and KS2   1999 – offers guidance to teachers on teaching effective mental strategies for calculation.

Mental Calculation Strategies level 5 QCA 2004

Teaching children to calculate mentally   2010 – lists the number facts that children are expected to recall rapidly and suggests a range of suitable classroom activities.

 

Mathematics - Mathematical Challenges for able pupils, DfEE, 2000 This booklet provides 98 pages of puzzles and problems for Key Stages 1 and 2. The activities are intended to challenge pupils and extend their thinking. Some of the puzzles and problems may be solved quickly, however others will need perseverance and may take longer than a single lesson.

Again, teachers need to be mindful this resource was written prior to the 2013 UK mathematics national curriculum. Therefore they must consider the coverage and change in pitch for some topics.

Mathematical challenges for able pupils – DfEE 2000

PowerPoint versions of Mathematical challenges for able pupils by the DfEE

 

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Mathematics – Mathematical Vocabulary

Click here for the latest NCETM Mathematics glossary for teachers in KS1 to 3.  Published 2014 

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