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Category Archives: Counting
In 2009 Barton Hill Primary Bristol invited Richard Dunne to help improve maths teaching for year 6. Dispatches Kids Don’t Count recorded the results. Kids Don’t Count was aired in 2 parts in February 2010. Here is part 2. The … Continue reading
School summer holidays are a great time for children to play free from the routine of having to go to school every weekday. Some children drop back during the long break, whilst others do not. A gap begins to open … Continue reading
We learn tables at school because we have to, it’s part of the curriculum. Our success or lack of it may affect our esteem and how we are judged by teachers and others. Ultimately it may affect our lives by … Continue reading
I love snakes and ladders (or chutes and ladders) as it’s a great way for children to learn numbers up to 100 and to count forwards and backwards which introduces adding and subtraction. It also introduces the idea that things … Continue reading