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I am a freelance mathematics consultant for EYFS and Primary. I have been trading in my current role since 2011. Before that I worked for the National Strategies for five years after having taught in the classroom for twenty-one years. I have a wealth of experience to share and I am always on the lookout for new and effective ways of making maths accessible and engaging for pupils and teachers.

I am a freelance mathematics consultant for EYFS and Primary. I have been trading in my current role since 2011. Before that I worked for the National Strategies for five years after having taught in the classroom for twenty-one years. I have a wealth of experience to share and I am always on the lookout for new and effective ways of making maths accessible and engaging for pupils and teachers.
Misconceptions list - EYFS
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Misconceptions list - EYFS

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Children learning about numbers and amounts is fraught with difficulty. Maths can be easily misunderstood and misconceptions can quickly develop. This document lists common misconceptions and misunderstandings that a teacher of the Early Years Foundation Stage may encounter in the the children they teach. It will suggest ways to address and avoid these.
Misconceptions list - NC years 1 to 6
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Misconceptions list - NC years 1 to 6

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Children learning mathematics in the primary school is fraught with difficulty. Maths can be easily misunderstood and misconceptions can quickly develop. This document lists common misconceptions and misunderstandings that a teacher of primary mathematics may encounter in the the children they teach. It will suggest ways to address and avoid these.
Daily Counting
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Daily Counting

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Do you want ideas for daily counting? This document lists the progression in daily counting from years 1 to year 6. It links with mathematics national curriculum for England.
Subitising patters for EYFS - 'Monics'
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Subitising patters for EYFS - 'Monics'

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I have created this resource to help with learning to subitise images for EYFS that develop the ability to discuss and prove the properties of numbers. I have called it ‘Monics’ as I see it as a mathematical phonics programme. The idea is that the tasks would happen nearly every day for up to ten minutes. Children love to do these activities and, over time, they develop visualisation and the ability to create a proof which are underpinning skills for Reasoning and mental calculation. The document also shows which images and ideas link with which episodes from the Number Blocks TV series. This resource will undoubtedly improve your children’s mathematical thinking!
Progression across KS2 - maths
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Progression across KS2 - maths

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Calling all mathematics subject leaders: Here is a progression document for Key Stage 2 mathematics. It shows how each requirement of the mathematics national curriculum develops from one year group to another. It will help you to map maths development across KS2 (there is a companion document entitled ‘Progression between EYFS & Y2 - maths’)
Exchange Game
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Exchange Game

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This document describes how to play the Exchange game. It is aimed at Year 2 and Year 3 but can be used with any children who are struggling to understand how to exchange ten ones for one ten when using a formal method for addition or are finding the reverse tricky when trying to understand decomposition for subtraction. The children are taught the game in a maths lesson and then would play it every day for a few days (perhaps as a warm-up to subsequent maths lessons or as a settling in task after lunch or as morning work).
Molly's Maths for year 2 - learning how to notice
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Molly's Maths for year 2 - learning how to notice

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Here is the first story in my sequence of stories aimed at year 2 based around a group of children who are always noticing and wondering about maths. There are seven of them in total. They will help teachers to plan a progression through their units of work.
Year 6 vocabulary list - maths
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Year 6 vocabulary list - maths

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Mathematical language is crucial to children’s development of thinking. Teachers and teaching assistants need to ensure that their own knowledge of vocabulary and technical language is appropriate for the age they are teaching. Children need to have experience of hearing mathematical words being used regularly and ‘naturally’ by the adults they learn with as it is the first crucial step to being able to use new language. It is recommended that all adult practitioners are given a copy of the vocabulary lists to be able to refer to them when planning and delivering lessons as well as to hone unplanned talk and interactions with children. This list is an indication of the year group content for vocabulary in year 6. (There are companion vocabulary lists for all other year groups.)
Year 2 vocabulary list - maths
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Year 2 vocabulary list - maths

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Mathematical language is crucial to children’s development of thinking. Teachers and teaching assistants need to ensure that their own knowledge of vocabulary and technical language is appropriate for the age they are teaching. Children need to have experience of hearing mathematical words being used regularly and ‘naturally’ by the adults they learn with as it is the first crucial step to being able to use new language. It is recommended that all adult practitioners are given a copy of the vocabulary lists to be able to refer to them when planning and delivering lessons as well as to hone unplanned talk and interactions with children. This list is an indication of the year group content for vocabulary in year 2. (There are companion vocabulary lists for all other year groups.)
Year 3 vocabulary list - maths
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Year 3 vocabulary list - maths

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Mathematical language is crucial to children’s development of thinking. Teachers and teaching assistants need to ensure that their own knowledge of vocabulary and technical language is appropriate for the age they are teaching. Children need to have experience of hearing mathematical words being used regularly and ‘naturally’ by the adults they learn with as it is the first crucial step to being able to use new language. It is recommended that all adult practitioners are given a copy of the vocabulary lists to be able to refer to them when planning and delivering lessons as well as to hone unplanned talk and interactions with children. This list is an indication of the year group content for vocabulary in year 3. (There are companion vocabulary lists for all other year groups.)
Long-Term Acquired Learning
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Long-Term Acquired Learning

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There are some elements of maths which are best learned by distributed practice, referring to it at regular intervals over time. Acquiring mathematical language is one of those elements. Regular experience of measurement is another. Developing mathematical habits to promote thinking like a mathematician is a third. This document lists examples of these three elements for Primary Schools. Remember, maths is something that shouldn’t just be experienced or learned in mathematics lessons!
Progression between EYFS & Y2 - maths
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Progression between EYFS & Y2 - maths

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Calling all mathematics subject leaders: Here is a progression document for EYFS and KS1 mathematics. It shows how each requirement of the mathematics national curriculum develops from Year 1 to Year 2 and also links it with the EYFS. It will help you to map maths development across EYFS and KS1 (there is a companion document entitled ‘Progression across KS2 - maths’)
Year 5 vocabulary list - maths
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Year 5 vocabulary list - maths

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Mathematical language is crucial to children’s development of thinking. Teachers and teaching assistants need to ensure that their own knowledge of vocabulary and technical language is appropriate for the age they are teaching. Children need to have experience of hearing mathematical words being used regularly and ‘naturally’ by the adults they learn with as it is the first crucial step to being able to use new language. It is recommended that all adult practitioners are given a copy of the vocabulary lists to be able to refer to them when planning and delivering lessons as well as to hone unplanned talk and interactions with children. This list is an indication of the year group content for vocabulary in year 5. (There are companion vocabulary lists for all other year groups.)
Year 4 vocabulary list - maths
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Year 4 vocabulary list - maths

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Mathematical language is crucial to children’s development of thinking. Teachers and teaching assistants need to ensure that their own knowledge of vocabulary and technical language is appropriate for the age they are teaching. Children need to have experience of hearing mathematical words being used regularly and ‘naturally’ by the adults they learn with as it is the first crucial step to being able to use new language. It is recommended that all adult practitioners are given a copy of the vocabulary lists to be able to refer to them when planning and delivering lessons as well as to hone unplanned talk and interactions with children. This list is an indication of the year group content for vocabulary in year 4. (There are companion vocabulary lists for all other year groups.)
Numbers and Place Value ARE examples - Year 1
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Numbers and Place Value ARE examples - Year 1

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This document helpfully shows examples of place value work from children’s maths books to help you to plan for tasks and lessons as well as to be used to compare with your own children’s performance. It summarises the key aspects of age-related expectations for numbers and place value in year 1. It will support Year 1 teachers with ARE as well as teachers of older age-group groups with tracking back and catching-up.
Numbers and Place Value ARE examples - Year 3
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Numbers and Place Value ARE examples - Year 3

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This document helpfully shows examples of place value work from children’s maths books to help you to plan for tasks and lessons as well as to be used to compare with your own children’s performance. It summarises the key aspects of age-related expectations for numbers and place value in year 3. It will support Year 3 teachers with ARE as well as teachers of older age-group groups with tracking back and catching-up.
Numbers and Place Value ARE examples - Year 4
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Numbers and Place Value ARE examples - Year 4

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This document helpfully shows examples of place value work from children’s maths books to help you to plan for tasks and lessons as well as to be used to compare with your own children’s performance. It summarises the key aspects of age-related expectations for numbers and place value in year 4. It will support Year 4 teachers with ARE as well as teachers of older age-group groups with tracking back and catching-up.
Year 1 Maths Mountain
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Year 1 Maths Mountain

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This poster is a summary of the key aspects of teaching for year 1 mathematics. Display it on your working wall so that you can keep track of the main content for year 1 mathematicians. Use it in the summer term to assess if your year 1 pupils are Year 2 ready.
Year 1 vocabulary list - maths
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Year 1 vocabulary list - maths

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Mathematical language is crucial to children’s development of thinking. Teachers and teaching assistants need to ensure that their own knowledge of vocabulary and technical language is appropriate for the age they are teaching. Children need to have experience of hearing mathematical words being used regularly and ‘naturally’ by the adults they learn with as it is the first crucial step to being able to use new language. It is recommended that all adult practitioners are given a copy of the vocabulary lists to be able to refer to them when planning and delivering lessons as well as to hone unplanned talk and interactions with children. This list is an indication of the year group content for vocabulary in year 1. (There are companion vocabulary lists for all other year groups.)