Ideas and resources to support learning at home
- Younger children should have regular practise at recognising numbers up to 10. Lots of counting and grouping of everyday objects will help to reinforce good number sense.
- When children are ready to start writing numbers, correct formation is really important. Try this 0 - 20 Number Formation sheet for practise.
- Counting on and backwards is a really crucial skill to master. Number tracks and number lines can help reinforce this.
- Consolidation of number bonds to 10 is a really important next step and helps massively when adding and subtracting. There are loads of free resources out there and you can play simple games yourself but why not try a Number Bonds to 10 Wordsearch or a Number Bonds to 10 Matching Game?
- Once you have mastered number bonds to 10, move on to 20 through to 100.
- By the end of primary school, children should know, off-by-heart, the times-tables from 1x1 to 12x12. Regular practise is really helpful and there are loads of free online games to make the learning fun.
- The White Rose Maths team is always working hard to transform maths teaching in schools and there is access to lots of free online planning and resources. Their home learning page offers a series of short lessons for each year group.
- Scroll to the bottom of this page, and you will find Power Maths have made available their spring term text books. These have loads of problem solving and reasoning activities to stretch thinking!
- All children at Hethersett Woodside have personal login details for Prodigy Maths which is a free, online learning platform.
- Lots of advice and subject knowledge guidance is available here:
- Head to the Primary Pupils section for lots of games and activities.
- Lots of free online games are available here: