1st Edition

# Number Activities for Children with Mathematical Learning Difficulties

96 Pages 42 B/W Illustrations
by Routledge

96 Pages 42 B/W Illustrations
by Routledge

100 Pages 42 B/W Illustrations
by Routledge

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First Published in 2003. This short series of three books - Number; Shape and Space; and Measures and Handling Data- gives teachers and parents a range of ideas to help children with mathematical learning difficulties get to grips with mathematics. In order to help these children effectively, statements and teaching points need to be rephrased and produced in a variety of ways, using concrete and pictorial aids. The activities in these books will help teachers to offer children a wide-ranging mathematical vocabulary - adding meaning to the words children already use rather than just adding words to their repertoire. these activities are flexible and can be used in any order with children of a range of ages and ability. Activities focusing on number includes: early counting activities; acquisition and use of number bonds; using the 100 square in understanding the four rules of number and number patterns; strategies to help with place value; an introduction to Maths Monster and activities to help memory training.

Foreword, Introduction to the Series, Acknowledgements, 1. Number: Introduction, 2. Memory Training, 3. Numbers as Digits (1), 4. Numbers as Digits (2), 5. Number Bonds and Beach Huts, 6. Teaching Number Bonds by Wearing Silly Hats, 7. Number Bonds with an Addition Square, 8. Number Bonds with a Difference Square, 9. Place Value with Early Learners, 10. Bonds and Loops, 11. Place Value: The Mushroom Story, 12. Place Value: Column Addition, 13. Place Value: Standard Algorithm, 14. Place Value: Column Subtraction, 15. Place Value: Whole Numbers and Decimals, 16. Missing Number Calculations, 17. Bingo, 18. The 100 Square, 19. Fractions, 20. Negative Numbers, 21. What is the Bank Balance?, 22. Mental Arithmetic, 23. Mental Arithmetic Using Number Cards, 24. Activities Using Dice, 25. Practising Basic Number Skills with Monster Maths, 26. Blockbusters, 27. A Project on Travel, 28. Who Wants to Be a Maths Millionaire?, 29. Multiplication Tables, 30. Finger Tables, 31. Three in a Row - a Tables Game

### Biography

Mel Lever a teacher at Fairley House School, London.