There are 5 steps to problem solving, and these steps can be taught to younger children and students with special learning needs. Therefore, these steps can be applied to statistics lessons in the foundational level as well as more advanced levels. They can built upon, and used with greater independence as your student progresses throughContinue reading “Foundational maths: The 5 steps to problem solving”

# Category Archives: foundational maths

## Foundational maths: The 5 key measure concepts your child needs to learn

Foundational maths are the early learning concepts a child should develop before moving to more advanced, formal maths. Students with additional learning needs, despite having many years of maths lessons, are especially at risk of not absorbing and understanding the basics. The basics of maths are the foundations on which further concepts are built. TheContinue reading “Foundational maths: The 5 key measure concepts your child needs to learn”

## The 4 early maths concepts your child needs to learn: Geometry

Early maths concepts are the skills and understandings that your child or student should have before moving on to formal maths. They are the building blocks for future learning so must be secure before more advanced learning happens. The maths concepts depicted here form the foundation of geometry learning. These key geometry concepts are builtContinue reading “The 4 early maths concepts your child needs to learn: Geometry”

## What are early mathematical concepts?

Early mathematical concepts are the knowledge and skills that your child or student should have before moving on to formal maths. Consider them to be the foundations of a house. Before the walls, windows, and roof can be installed, the foundation and framework must be stable. The concepts depicted here form the foundation of numberContinue reading “What are early mathematical concepts?”