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Numeracy YR3

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mandy6887, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. I am teaching a lower ability group using the YR3 Numeracy Strategy, however I am trying to do my medium term plans and weekly planning, but I am getting no where! Does anyone have a sample or advice on the best way to do this!? I have been looking at the unit A1 for hours and I am still not happy with what I am coming up with.
    Thank you for any help in advance.
  2. you can get medium term plans for the old and the new frameworks here http://ness.uk.com/maths.htm in the planning section. There are also some sample lesson plans which you might be able to adapt. [​IMG]
  3. I taught yr3 LA last year. We followed the strategy units but with a bit of authors licence! We started with very basic skills - number sequences, adding 10, number bonds etc to get a feel for the group. Each week we did a different area ie addition, subtraction, shape, time, fractions etc some taking more than 1 week depending on understanding. This went in a circle (like strategies) so we revisited each area every term getting harder each time - recapping and then moving on. Each week we did problem solving in that area on a friday and also had a mental maths test (they were really weak in this). Each lesson started with basic skills where we did 10 minutes times tables, number bonds etc.
    Hope that helps.

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