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I create resources for mathematics teaching based on the Singapore and Shanghai curriculum models for best practice. I will focus on the core principles of Intelligent Practice, Low-Threshold High-Ceiling tasks, fluency based activities and Problem Solving and Reasoning activities.

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I create resources for mathematics teaching based on the Singapore and Shanghai curriculum models for best practice. I will focus on the core principles of Intelligent Practice, Low-Threshold High-Ceiling tasks, fluency based activities and Problem Solving and Reasoning activities.

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#### Number Line Reasoning Challenge (Mini-Assessment)

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Do you operate a ‘mastery’ classroom? Do you want to know how well your students really understand place value, number lines and the intervals found on them? Look no further than this full-lesson reasoning-based activity, complete with answers. There is also a complete set of mastery style questions after the initial task, which is aimed specifically at stretch and challenge for all children. This activity is ideal for children in Key Stage 2. How could I use this activity? As a pre-assessment and post-assessment of any unit you teach linked to number lines, intervals (marked and unmarked) and even measures; As a full-lesson activity related to those same areas of learning. Why is this activity useful? This activity has been specifically designed to develop children’s reasoning skills. They are given some limited information for each number line, with the only constant being the number they have to mark. Each number line represents a different scale, with different values for the intervals. Children will need to use all of their logic to establish the other intervals, and therefore where 564 can be marked. We have used this activity in a classroom, and found the knowledge we gain as teachers about each child’s true maths ability and understanding, is far greater than any test could provide. Which objectives in the UK National Curriculum does it match? Key Stage 2 Number and Place Value: recognise the place value of each digit in a three-digit number (hundreds, tens, ones) compare and order numbers up to 1000 identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations solve number problems and practical problems that involve all of the above

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#### Daily Fluency - Addition & Subtraction

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Do you operate a ‘mastery’ classroom? Do your students take too long to recall addition and subtraction facts, or worse, cannot recall them at all? Look no further than this Daily Fluency with Calculations booklet. This resource has been developed through a proven research-based approach. The sequence of sessions follows a specific sequence which helps children to build upon common techniques of calculation. For example, the first week is as follows: Day 1: Adding 9 Day 2: Subtracting 9 Day 3: Adding 11 Day 4: Subtracting 11 Day 5: A mixture of adding 9, 10 and 11. Each week follows a similar structure, with columns of questions conveniently colour coded to help children recognise how much of the session they manage to complete. For best results: Use the PDF file to create an A5 booklet; Teach the main strategy for each session using a whole class approach; Use a 3-minute timer to allow children to complete the page; Allow children to call out their name when they have finished, and tell them their time; Allow children to call out the answers in order afterwards as you mark as a whole class, discussing any difficulties or interesting patterns; Allow children to complete their own tracking charts at the end of each week, and bar chart on the back cover. This gives them a good feedback about how well they are performing, and also gives them ownership over the process. The power of this daily approach is truly remarkable, and will have your children recalling their number facts in no time. Most of our schools reprint this booklet and complete it a second and third time in order to maintain their rapid recall. This can be an important part of creating long term memory of the facts. Also supplied is a full answers booklet for you to check students answers when they call them out.

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