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My experiences teaching maths mastery with children taking their first steps in maths have been so powerful, creative and fun that I wanted to share them. I hope you enjoy the resources and teaching early maths mastery as much as I do!

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My experiences teaching maths mastery with children taking their first steps in maths have been so powerful, creative and fun that I wanted to share them. I hope you enjoy the resources and teaching early maths mastery as much as I do!
Autumn Term Reception Maths Mastery Planning
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Autumn Term Reception Maths Mastery Planning

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Wouldn’t it be great to have all your research and maths planning done for the entire autumn term? Imagine how it would free you up to focus your time and energy on your pupils and on customising your provision to meet their needs and play to their interests. This bundle will take care of the autumn term maths planning for you. All units are updated for the September 2021 EYFS Framework and revised Development Matters (non-statutory) guidance. These units of work are thoroughly researched, based on maths mastery principles and contain over 30 pages of detailed plans with notes on progression, differentiation, misconceptions, questioning and key ideas. There is a wide range of hands-on, fun activity ideas as well as more than 100 pages of printable resources and accompanying PowerPoints. Everything in this massive resource is there to help the children build solid foundations in maths and the ability to think flexibly. By purchasing this bundle of all five units, you are SAVING 15% off the individual price of each unit. This time-saving, high-quality bundle includes: Week 1: Pattern Weeks 2 - 8: Numbers 0-10 Week 9: Sorting and comparing Weeks 10-11: Measures Week 12: Shapes (1) A FREE taster unit is available if you would like to try before you buy. All Early Maths Mastery planning follows this format so you can be assured that the same high-quality planning, support information and range of activities will be included with any unit of work that you download.
Composition of numbers to 10 - Reception maths mastery planning
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Composition of numbers to 10 - Reception maths mastery planning

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This comprehensive maths mastery planning for Reception will give your pupils lots of hands-on experience of breaking down and combining numbers in a range of contexts. Updated for the September 2021 EYFS Statutory Framework and revised Development Matters (non-statutory) curriculum guidance. Children will develop a deeper understanding of numbers to 10 as they explore the composition of these numbers, building a solid understanding of the concepts that underpin addition and subtraction as they get older. Planning is provided for the Spring term of Reception for 3 weeks, including daily inputs, adult-led focus activities each week and wide range of engaging, independent activities that allow children to make choices with their own learning. Using story-telling and experimental play, they learn that numbers can be partitioned and combined and also secure their understanding of the word ‘equal’. Importantly, children will build on previous subitising work and take their first steps as conceptual subitisers - something that makes them feel very clever! This resource includes: A comprehensive planning document A suggested long-term maths mastery plan for Reception covering the Number and Numerical Patterns Early Learning Goals Key ideas and common misconceptions A focus activity each week A range of independent activities and notes on progression Question prompts for adults working with the children ‘Keep up’ support ideas Greater depth challenge ideas and suggested extensions A resource file for printing to support and extend the unit’s activities Six accompanying presentations Embedded opportunities to revisit prior learning If you are interested in further Early Maths Mastery resources, try: Unit 4: Measures Unit 5: Shapes Unit 6: 1 more and 1 less Subitising game - Little Red Riding Hood (FREE) Visit the Early Maths Mastery shop on TES to explore further planning and resources for teaching maths mastery.
Measures - Reception Maths Mastery Planning
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Measures - Reception Maths Mastery Planning

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This practical and comprehensive EYFS unit of work for the autumn term focuses on the use of everyday language to talk about size, weight and capacity to compare quantities and objects and to solve problems. Updated for the September 2021 EYFS Statutory Framework and revised Development Matters (non-statutory) curriculum guidance. Through hands-on, exploratory play, Early Years children are given rich opportunities to help them recognise the attributes of measure and spatial reasoning. A wide range of activities help them move their language on from ‘bigger’ and ‘smaller’ to more specific vocabulary, e.g. taller, wider, lighter, etc. Opportunities are planned to develop their understanding of measure from direct comparison, to indirect comparison and then beginning to understand the use of units to compare items. Click HERE to save 15% by buying the Autumn term bundle, which includes Pattern, Numbers 0-10, Sorting and Comparing, Measures and Shapes. If you are following the Early Maths Mastery long term plan, this is Unit 4 and falls in Weeks 10 and 11 of the Autumn term. The planned inputs and focus activities should be delivered to mixed ability groups so that all children are exposed to the same rich language and ideas. Included in this download are: A detailed planning document A suggested long-term maths mastery plan A printed resources file to support the planning Key ideas and common misconceptions A focus activity for each week A range of independent activities and notes on progression Key questions for adults working with children ‘Keep up’ support ideas Greater depth challenges Prompt cards detailing key questions and extensions for each activity If you’re interested in more maths mastery resources, try: Pattern Numbers 0-10 Sorting and Comparing Shapes One more and one less Visit the Early Maths Mastery shop on TES for further planning and resources for teaching maths mastery.
Shapes - Reception Maths Mastery Planning
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Shapes - Reception Maths Mastery Planning

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This first of two Early Years shape mastery units, packed full of hands-on, engaging, independent activity ideas and planned whole class and small group work to build on children’s emerging shape knowledge. Updated for the September 2021 EYFS Statutory Framework and revised Development Matters (non-statutory) curriculum guidance. Children are encouraged to notice, investigate, play with and talk about shapes to develop their understanding of what each property means in practical, real world terms. Shape-based language is scaffolded and acquired in context, making the learning meaningful and long-term Click HERE to save 15% with the entire 12 week Autumn term bundle, which includes Pattern, Numbers 0-10, Sorting and Comparing, Measures and Shapes. If you are following the Early Maths Mastery long term plan, this is Unit 5 and falls in Week 12 of the autumn term. A second shape mastery unit takes place in the spring term (this unit is not yet posted but will follow as soon as I can manage!) Planning is provided for one week including: daily inputs an adult-led focus activity engaging independent activities allowing children to make choices about their own learning notes on key concepts and common misconceptions ideas for keep up support greater depth extensions mastery questioning prompts for adults A printed resources file and two accompanying presentations are also included in your download. Looking for more maths mastery resources for Reception? Pattern Numbers 0-10 Sorting and Comparing Measures 1 more and 1 less Visit the Early Maths Mastery shop to explore further planning and resources for teaching maths mastery.
Christmas problem solving activity
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Christmas problem solving activity

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What’s inside the locked case? Solve the clues to find the code and unlock the surprise! This engaging and hands on maths problem-solving activity gives children practise with core number (0 - 10) and shape skills in an exciting Christmas-themed context that will have them hooked. Instructions, clues for the code and ideas for adaptation and extension are included in this download, You will need to source a 6-digit combination lock and surprise rewards yourself. However, if you are unable to get a real lock, there is a printable lock template included that you could use instead. My class loved this activity and were so excited and determined about unlocking the case - it was a real joy!