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Using coloured cup cake papers to make a fraction rainbow fish #maths #fraction #fun #learning

Subitising, recognising numbers, subtracting & doubles - number books can help children develop a good understanding of numbers in a fun, casual and meaningful way. Watch this latest film for my favourite numbers books #maths #numbers #subitising #doubles

Here Ann Baker provides strategies that can be applied in everyday life to help children become confident with numbers early on - the foundation for a positive and lasting understanding of maths. We'd love to hear what you think and if you have other suggestions so please comment.

One of Ann's all-time favourite books.

Real bridges through 10 .... what a great way to cross the river!

Using 3D blocks for mental routines - a teacher's experience.

Be sure to read today's blog as we have collated our favourite Halloween themed maths books. We'd love to hear which are your favourite or if there are other books you're aware of that we've missed so please post your comments.

One of our favourite number books

Building a tower with 100 blocks.

Using coloured cup cake papers to make a fraction rainbow fish #maths #fraction #fun #learning

Make your #maths #lesson fun using #colour and #shapes. Try this exercise that crosses many normally atomised areas of the #maths #curriculum into one fun but rigorous activity. http://ow.ly/rspoA

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One of our favourite number books

Natural Maths Blog from work done by local teachers (South Australia)

Natural Maths - Bridging the gap between research and practice

Alarni Holmes and her Reception/ Year 1 from Mulga St Primary school have been writing their comments about money in their class journal. All comments can be accepted and included in the journal. Imagine looking back on this page later in the year and being able to compare the range of comments to track student growth. Thanks Alarni for these photos. If you are doing Coins why not use the Coin Mat software from Natural Maths…

This double page spread from a Riverland teacher's journal shows just how quickly and effectively a lesson reflection can come together. The posters from the Mental Computation Book are really helping students develop 'automaticity' and understanding of addition facts. The student summaries and explanation. Nations show that students are developing deep understanding and recall. Thanks to the wonderful teachers in the Riverlands.

Ann baker natural maths blog

You can use this free clipart set to teach your students about math vocabulary words: more, less, equal, many, few, full, empty. Feel free to use ...

Problematised Situations – By Children4Children - Community - Google+ | Maths and problematised situations with Ann Baker | Scoop.it

Our STAR model is really popular with the kids who find it makes sense to them and guides them to problem solutions in a natural way.

Ann baker maths project day 3. Big idea planning page

Natural Maths strategies posters A6 in size and put on a ring for children to access as needed!!

Ann Baker numeracy cycle - Mental routine

Patterns are a key feature of Year 1 maths. This package has IWB software and lots of problem solving ideas for your classroom.

Rockets made from shapes help maths take off ... varooom!

Ann Baker numeracy cycle - Strategy lesson - Year 6,7 class