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# Primary Maths Grade 1 – 2A

SKU: 784

£40.00

## Description

Thanks to its status as the frontrunner in the European Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) which compares academic success among countries, Finland’s approach to teaching maths to primary school children is garnering a lot of international interest. This great value online course bundle is designed to bring the benefits of the Finnish method of teaching maths.
What Does the Course Teach?
Early maths skills are learned with the child’s individual experience in mind. Colourful, intuitive and interactive multimedia exercises make learning both fun and easy to engage with. Kids stay motivated by being able to work at their own level and pace and by gaining rewards when they successfully finish tasks. 321 math! 2A includes comprehensive lessons on Numbers up to 20, Numbers up to 100, Multiplication and Geometry and Measurement.
All study takes place online, meaning the course content can easily be used both in schools and in a home environment. Children can access the course whenever and wherever works best for them, meaning learning is a relaxed experience for all involved.
KEY LEARNING POINTS
Work through the lessons to build early confidence in maths.
Numbers up to 20
Begin with an introduction to the numbers 10-20 in situations a child can easily relate to.
Move on to a lesson consolidating knowledge of the decimal system and the position of tens and units in a number.
Try exercises comparing and ordering numbers up to 20 on a number line.
Develop the skill of adding numbers up to 20.
Gain confidence subtracting from 20.
Tackle some exercises in adding and subtracting within one operation.
Consolidate knowledge with some games and puzzles, verify knowledge with a final lesson and try some graphical exercises.
Numbers up to 100
Get an introduction to numbers up to 100 in relatable, everyday situations before moving on to number square and number line exercises.
Learn to identify odd and even numbers.
Get an introduction to adding up to 100 without crossing the threshold of 10 and practice some examples.
Explore an introduction to subtracting from 100 without crossing the threshold of 10 before practising come examples.
Try solving some word problems and interpreting tables and charts.
Learn to count currently used coins.
Have a go at some more games and puzzles before completing the verification lesson and trying the graphical exercises.
Multiplication
Find out how multiplication can be applied to everyday situations.
Learn how multiplication and addition relate to each other.
Create illustrations of the practical use of multiplication.
Try some multiplication text exercises.
Get introductions to multiplying by 2, 4, 5, 10 and 3 and try practice examples.
Complete the games and puzzles, verification lesson and graphical exercise.
Geometry and Measurement
Explore an introduction including an experiment showing the surface of a cross sectioned solid.
Learn how to recognise and describe three dimensional shapes in terms of number of faces, sides and vertexes.
Explore perspective, including exercises in recognising and drawing projections of rectangular solids.
Learn about two dimensional shapes including an introduction to the polygon and exercises in visual analysis and synthesis.
Learn geometric terms such as point, line, broken line, half line, section and angle.
Explore the concept of measuring length, comparing measurements and drawing lines of a certain length.
Learn how to calculate the perimeter as the sum of the length of a shape’s sides.
Get an introduction to calculating area as the number of unit squares in a shape.
Gain an insight into the concept of symmetry, including an exercise in drawing a mirror image and drawing axis of symmetry of figures.
Consolidate learning with more puzzles and games before tackling the lesson covering what has just been learned.
Study on all devices at the optimum time and place for the child.
Technical support is available, should you encounter problems.
The course material is designed to bridge the gap between formal and informal learning.
Adaptive exercises can be tailored to the pupil’s own level.
ICT skills are incorporated and a positive attitude and active role in everyday maths and mathematical thinking are embedded in the multisensory course content.
A child centred approach with the child’s individuality is at the core of the course’s ethos.
Motivation is secured with rewards for tasks on completion.
Try before you buy with the excellent, interactive demo lessons.
Children will make excellent progress as they engage with this new way to learn maths.
Make maths fun by signing up to 321 math! 2A today.

Units of Study
Numbers up to 20
Numbers up to 100
Multiplication
Geometry and Measurement

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