This easy-to-use and accessible book has been specifically written for teaching assistants. It is packed with practical activities, ideas and strategies to help you to enhance your pupilsa numeracy and mathematics skills and build on your own subject knowledge. This book: includes a cross-curricular focus that shows how to stop pupils forgetting fundamental skills when changing subject suggests methods and ideas for assessment is written in line with the national strategies suggests activities for developing problem solving and thinking skills includes a breakdown of mathematical principles. Use this book whether youare studying for qualifications or just keen to support your pupils better.Some children in Year 1 may start to understand two-digit numbers. ... Place value features significantly as the start of a long process of understanding numbers, theoretically to infinity (billions?) ... given amounts a playing games, for example, Snap, Bingo and Dominoes a partitioning a#39;teensa#39; numbers into 10s and 1s, and recombining, to show how ... Figure 5.1 Arrangements of 10s and units to support understanding of place value Figure 5.5 Dominoes with multiplication and division.
|Title||:||Primary Mathematics for Teaching Assistants|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2008-03-25|