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Books galore… and it’s all mathematical!

Sharing of books in school and at home is often thought of as an activity related to literacy but there are a wealth of books available that have mathematical ideas that can be explored in fun ways so you can … Continue reading

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Progressions in early number and counting, addition and subtraction

Take a look at these great videos by Graham Fletcher (who I have mentioned before in the blog posts about 3 Act Tasks).  He’s created several short videos highlighting the progression in key areas.  I’ve posted the ones for ‘Early … Continue reading

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The concept of counting

Thanks to Seonaid Cooke for sharing the link to these videos showing some of the fundamental ideas behind learning to count: Teaching is Problem Solving – Concept Videos The videos each explore different counting principles and provide a useful guide … Continue reading

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Gaelic Early Years Resource

The Early Years CPD Resource has now been translated into Gaelic – find this here: Highland Numeracy – Early Years Support Package – Gaelic Slides This is also available on the Early Years page. A big thank you to Ashley … Continue reading

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New resources for early years!

  Early Years Numeracy Book 5 – Pirates Early Years Numeracy Book 4 – Cars Early Years Numeracy Book 3- Frogs Early Years Numeracy Book 2 – Goldilocks Early Years Numeracy Book 1 – Castles Have a look at these … Continue reading

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Early Years Training

Have a look at the CPD calendar for the upcoming Early Years training sessions – there are still spaces for this fantastic training! Sessions are on 10th March, morning or afternoon in Fort William, or on 20th April in Wick: … Continue reading

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Read, Write, Count

Today the Scottish Government have launched the new Read, Write, Count campaign, which aims to spread the message that parents, carers and families have a key role to play in children’s development of both literacy and numeracy. Children in the … Continue reading

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