This practical session offers the opportunity to explore Mathematics through a range of games. This one session is aimed at all practitioners working with the age range 3-5.
Delegates are requested to bring along a copy of ‘development matters’ , ‘What to expect when’ and a favourite game that you have played with children.
The 'making the most of' sessions are a chance to meet with practitioners, share good practice, and take away practical ideas that work, to enhance your continuous provision. They will have particular focus on supporting the progress vulnerable children, including boys, funded children, BME and EAL.
Tuesday 20th February 2018 - reg. 6.15pm (6.30pm - 8.30pm) St Martins Garden Primary School, Bath Would you like to?
If you answered yes to these questions, then this course is for you.
- Have some new games to support children’s mathematical thinking and development?
- Build your own confidence and knowledge to understand the mathematical potential within games and how to differentiate them with different ages?
- Think about ways to encourage children to use mathematical language correctly as they play games?
- Considers way to engage parents with supporting their child to enjoy playing mathematical games at home?
At the end of this session participants should:
- Have a collection of games useful for different aged children that support mathematical thinking and development
- Have a clearer understanding of the mathematical potential within games and how to differentiate them for different ages.
- Be able to support children to use mathematical language correctly as they play games?
- Have some ideas for games that they can share with parents/carers
If you require further information please contact Donna Biddlecombe on 01225 394426 - email@example.com
This one session is aimed at all practitioners working with the age range 3-5.