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Mathematical challenges for able pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2
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- 1 Mathematical challenges for able pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2
- 2 Introduction
- 3 How should we organise within the school?
- 4 How can I adapt my termly planning? (Key Stage 1)
- 5 How can I adapt my termly planning? (Key Stage 2)
- 6 How can I use the 'extra' week each term?
- 7 How can I use the three-part lesson?
- 8 Where can I find enrichment activities to develop pupils' thinking skills?
- 9 Which NNS materials support the teaching of able pupils?
- 10 Where else can I get help?
- 11 Activity examples
- Publication date:
- May 2000
- Lead intervention teacher, Subject leader, Teacher
- Lesson resources, Planning resources, Phase guidance, Subject specific guidance
- Pack, Resource sheet
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Guidance on organisation and planning to cater for more able pupils in mathematics, with advice on other sources of help and material. This book addresses class organisation, planning and teaching through answers to commonly asked questions.
The book provides 98 pages of puzzles and problems for Key Stages 1 and 2. They are intended to challenge pupils and extend their thinking. While some of them may be solved fairly quickly, others will need perseverance and may extend beyond a single lesson. Pupils may need to draw on a range of skills to solve the problems.
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In this section
- Mathematical challenges for able pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2
- Excellence and Enjoyment: Learning and teaching for bilingual children in the primary years
- Mathematical vocabulary
- Models and images for understanding and manipulating numbers in Years 1 to 3
- Overcoming barriers in mathematics Helping children move from level 3 to level 4
- Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding
- Working with gifted and talented children: Key Stage 1 and 2 English and mathematics