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Mathematical Development

Our children develop mathematical understanding through hands on experiences that relate to real-life, everyday situations. Through songs, role-play, games and problem-solving they learn the meaning of number, shapes and measures. We focus on counting, ordering and writing numbers, and adding and subtracting in a range of meaningful contexts often related to our Topic. Developing the language of Maths is crucial and the children explore what is the same/different, investigate patterns, learn comparatives such as taller/fewer/heaviest and are encouraged to explain their ideas and methods.
Picture 1 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 2 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 3 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 4 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 5 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 6 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 7 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 8 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 9 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
Picture 10 We made patterns in lots of different ways.
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