A selection of our very best maths resources entirely free, updated each month. Available for everyone, even expired accounts. Maths worksheets on counting on and back, more than or less than, reading and writing numbers and understanding subtraction as 'take away'. Week 2 worksheets on counting, reading and writing numbers, one more or one less, ordering 4 small numbers, using the addition sign and subtraction. Week 3 worksheets on ordering small numbers, using 'most' and 'more than', reading and writing numbers , using the subtraction sign and describing simple patterns. Week 4 worksheets on finding pairs that make 10, two less than, change from 10p, recognising 2D and 3D shapes.
CS 564 Homework: Self-Organization of the FARS Visual System
Geometry (Shape) - f-counter.info
A selection of our very best maths resources entirely free, updated each month. Available for everyone, even expired accounts. A really fun category with lots to do during the year on shape and movement, including making patterns and pictures with 2D shapes. Children should be able to recognise and name common 2D shapes, such as circle, triangle, rectangle and square as well as 3D shapes such as cube, cuboid, sphere, cone and cylinder. Most of this should be done orally with practical equipment. An area of maths which is often forgotten about is describing position and movement.
Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child complete the activity successfully. Early Years video lessons follow our updated Reception Scheme of Learning, which you can see here. Primary lessons follow our Lesson by Lesson Progressions, which you can see here. Secondary lessons follow our secondary Scheme of Learning, which you can see here , along with additional guidance for
Vincent and Tara are making triangles with the class construction set. They have a pile of strips of different lengths. How many different triangles can they make? Arrange the shapes in a line so that you change either colour or shape in the next piece along. Can you find several ways to start with a blue triangle and end with a red circle?