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Maths planning help please.

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by rosieandjim, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. rosieandjim

    rosieandjim New commenter

    I struggle with my maths planning every week. it takes me ages and l am never really happy with it.
    Block B Unit 2. Derive and recall all addition and subtraction facts for numbners to at least 10. Please help. They found it hard the first time round adn l think l confused them. Would be really grateful for any ideas.
    Thank you.
     
  2. rosieandjim

    rosieandjim New commenter

    I struggle with my maths planning every week. it takes me ages and l am never really happy with it.
    Block B Unit 2. Derive and recall all addition and subtraction facts for numbners to at least 10. Please help. They found it hard the first time round adn l think l confused them. Would be really grateful for any ideas.
    Thank you.
     
  3. Not so much an idea, and you might already do this, but i'd break this up into 2 objectives. Focus on addition to 10 first and then subtraction to 10. I find that teaching two calculations together confuses the **** out of them until they are competent mathematicians! x
     
  4. Give the children a number and the same amount of cubes.
    Ask them to split the cubes in lots of different ways and write as addition sentences to find all possilibities. Repeat with different numbers.
     

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