Maths Challenge Area This category has wealth of EYFS maths problem solving resources and ideas, ideal for using to challenge children's thinking.
A set of 30 homework activity cards for children to take home. Includes tasks such as finding who has the largest hands in the family, adding numbers on a car number plate, counting activities, 2D shape hunts and much more.Challenge Area Maths Challenges for Early Years (EYFS) A4. These are a simple selection of maths challenges to use in an Early Years (EYFS) or Year 1 classroom. They are A4 size if printed in full or can be reduced by printing the PDF in multiplies. Challenges include; count on and back to 20, name 2D shapes, weigh objects and order objects.Home Learning Hub Challenges. The Home Learning Hub Treasure Trail is a challenge for older children, or for families to complete together. There are 9 challenges to complete, starting from this website. Each level of the challenge involves different websites and resources with things for you to find, look at and try.Open the challenge and see how many levels you can complete!
Homework for older pupils and holiday tasks can be intended to involve parents. Weekend and half term 'Maths Trails' can be devised both in the school grounds and the local environment. When maths tasks and activities are presented as puzzles, problems and games, out of the classroom setting, they will frequently have a go.
This resource includes 12 printable challenge cards that all test EYFS students on a range of maths skills. With beautiful illustrations and bright colours, they encourage children to engage in maths lessons by making learning exciting and relating maths to real-life situations.
Challenges are made up of questions linked to a specific step of learning from the Big Maths framework. This allows you to immediately identify any gaps in learning. If a pupil can’t understand something, you can instantly find the point from the preceding skills where they can work forward from.
The Nrich Maths Project Cambridge,England. Mathematics resources for children,parents and teachers to enrich learning. Problems,children's solutions,interactivities,games,articles.
The NRICH weekly challenges are aimed at Post-16 students to provide an interesting, shorter challenge to try out each week which will fit around any usual course of study. Each challenge is designed to be simple to get into and to cover an important and intriguing area of mathematics.
Family scrapbook challenge - What you need to know Family Maths Activities are available for reception and school years 1 to 6. Each set includes a weekly maths challenge for children to complete outside of school with their family.
Short problems for Starters, Homework and Assessment The links below take you to a selection of short problems based on UKMT junior and intermediate mathematical challenge questions. We have chosen these problems because they are ideal for consolidating and assessing subject knowledge, mathematical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Maths Homework - Reception For many parents, homework is the only picture they get of what their child does at school. For this reason, Hamilton have put a great deal of effort into writing suitable, fun and home-friendly activities for children and parents to share together.
EYFS Homework. EYFS Homework Guidance. When children first start school the idea of homework can be quite daunting. For us, the best piece of homework you can do with your child is the eveyday things that your child will learn from. These include: - Teaching them how to dress and undress themselves including zipping coats up.
Early Years Talk Homework You can support your child’s speech, language and communication development anytime and anywhere. Here are some ideas to get you started. No Pens Day Wednesday E If you’re going shopping with your child, play a guessing game. E Talk about things you’re.
Maths at Home Shed. This shed is designed to include resources for maths at home. Children spend a large part of their life at home with their parents and anything home can do to help children with their learning can be of great benefit.
Help your child with their studies with Home Learning. White Rose Maths has prepared a series of Maths lessons online for Year 2, FREE videos and worksheets.
Reception Maths Learning Journey. The Reception Maths Learning Journey is a course of 40 worksheets that cover all the key topics in the numeracy curriculum for Reception Year. By following the programme, which closely mirrors what your child is being taught in school, you’ll quickly be able to spot any topics that your child hasn't fully grasped and reinforce learning that is happening in.
Early Years Goals - Parents Guide. On The Farm - I Spy and Add Activity to 10. Spring I Spy and Count Activity to 10. Cardboard Tube Rocket Craft Instructions. Comparing Numbers to 10 Transport-Themed Activity. CVC Word Activity Booklet. EYFS Counting and Ordering Numbers to 20 Home Learning Challenges. Make an Emoji Face Cutting Skills Activity.