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Progression in learning number facts


Created on 13 March 2013 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 30 June 2014 by ncetm_administrator

Progression in learning number facts

Introduction

This suite of videos demonstrates children learning number facts for all four operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Children from across the primary school can be seen engaging in activities to develop fluency.

You can also find the videos on our YouTube channel - and you may find it useful to download them to your own device, using the links given beneath each video. If you encounter any problems, please contact us.

Number bonds to ten

This video can also be watched on Vimeo, the video hosting site, where it is also possible to download a copy for your own use.

Consolidation and practice

This video can also be watched on Vimeo, the video hosting site, where it is also possible to download a copy for your own use.

Reinforcing Table Facts

This video can also be watched on Vimeo, the video hosting site, where it is also possible to download a copy for your own use.

Rapid recall of multiplication facts

This video can also be watched on Vimeo, the video hosting site, where it is also possible to download a copy for your own use.

 
 


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30 May 2018 12:41
Hi Debbiealg,

Underneath each clip you will find a link to the video on the Vimeo site where you can also download it.
By petegriffin
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30 May 2018 12:10
Hi! Are we able to download the resources for these videos?
By Debbiealg
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16 January 2017 15:14
I'm afraid not. However, we are producing a suite of resources to support the learning of facts, which should be available later this year.
16 January 2017 14:55
Do you have the 'notes' to go alongside the powerpoint? TIA
By clumsden
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17 August 2015 14:58
Sorry, we do not have a copy of the activity
17 August 2015 14:50
Is there a copy of the task avaiable for the video 'Rapid Recall of Multiplication Facts'? A nice task to practice and improve tables
By ediawrti
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28 November 2014 09:32
It's the hundred square that is part of the gallery on Smart Notebook but if you don't have access to that there is an ITP that is similar called Number Square - I googled it and found it in various places including http://www.taw.org.uk/lic/itp/num_grid.html
By debbieweible
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27 November 2014 10:42
Love this video - there is so much enthsiasm. Does anyone know where to access the interactive 100 square the teacher is using?
By nicola31
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11 April 2014 03:16
Number Bonds Pro (addition facts) by Frogameleon Ltd - 69p
31 July 2013 10:33
Does anyone know the APP or website being used on the ipad?
By srobert
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22 April 2013 09:59
Thankyou Helen for your positive comment. You make a good point re opportunities to view teachers coping with wrong answers. There are some errors made by children across the suite of videos, such as children creating an array with the multiples of two posistioned in a random way rather than in rows of 2. In this instance the teacher accepts their response, but then models how to construct the array in a more systematic way. However I agree more examples would be valuable, something for me to bear in mind for phase 2.
19 April 2013 15:31
lots of links made with visual images, and useful video, but I can't help thinking it would have been helpful to see how to cope with a wrong answer in this situation; that you are bound to get (unless you are only asking the children who already are secure).
By helenjw
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