\$ 105.05

# Primary Maths Grade 1 – 1B

\$ 105.05

As the leader in the European Programme for International Student Development (PISA) report into the academic outcomes of European countries, the Finnish method of teaching maths to young children is gaining traction in other nations.

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## Description

As the leader in the European Programme for International Student Development (PISA) report into the academic outcomes of European countries, the Finnish method of teaching maths to young children is gaining traction in other nations. This online collection of course material is designed to give UK children access to this proven programme.

Learning is made fun and relevant by putting the child as an individual at the heart of the experience. Children learn through specially designed interactive puzzles and games that put the mathematical situations children encounter in their day to day lives firmly in the spotlight. This means learning is practical and easy to relate to the real world rather than boring and theoretical. With 321 math! 1B, the focus is on Numbers up to 20, Telling Time, Addition within 20, Mathematics and Money and Numbers up to 100.

How Does It Work?

Access to the content is online, meaning children can learn at their own pace at a time and in a place that works best for them. In addition to the engaging games and puzzles, kids stay motivated by receiving rewards when they successfully complete tasks.

### KEY LEARNING POINTS

Build on early maths skills with these easy to follow lessons.

Numbers up to 20

• Take a look at the numbers 10-20 as they appear in the child’s environment.
• Build from counting to 10 by doing exercises, ordering numbers and placing them on a number line from 10 to 20.
• Work on tasks that help kids memorise numbers between 10 and 20.
• Progress to comparing numbers.
• Get an introduction to ordinal numbers.
• Learn how to identify odd and even numbers.
• Work on games and puzzles that focus on the learning and complete the verification lesson graphometer exercises.

Telling Time

• Introduce the passage of time in everyday situations.
• Take a look at the clock face and time estimation.
• Get to grips with telling time to the nearest hour.
• Learn to read and mark half hours on the clock.
• Work on games and puzzles to consolidate learning, progress through the verification lesson and do the graphometer exercises.

• Start by grouping and counting numbers in specific situations.
• Learn to add one number to 10 and prepare to understand the decimal system.
• Explore how to add numbers crossing the threshold of 10 by adding up to 10.
• Learn how to add one digit numbers to numbers from 10 to 20.
• Learn to add numbers crossing the threshold of 10 to numbers 8 and 9 and then 6 and 7 by adding up to 10.
• Learn about the commutative property of numbers.
• Test new skills with puzzles and games, a verification lesson and some graphometer exercises.

Mathematics and Money

• Learn about budgeting through a money counting game.
• Become familiar with different coins and banknotes.
• Start exploring how to estimate prices.
• Learn how to estimate and calculate the total cost of purchases.
• Focus on how to count change.
• Explore comparing prices and the difference between the price and the money available.
• Complete financial calculations via word problems.
• Try games and puzzles, the knowledge verification lesson and some visual analysis exercises.

Numbers up to 100

• Look at the numbers 1 to 100 in the child’s everyday environment.
• Learn about the position of digits in numbers up to 100 and the decimal system.
• Work on magic squares and number line exercises for number sequence up to 100.
• Explore the comparison of numbers up to 100.
• Work on exercises to consolidate knowledge and practice adding and subtracting numbers up to 20.
• Learn to add multiples of 10 up to 100 and numbers up to 100 without crossing the threshold of 10.
• Get an introduction to subtracting full tens up to 100 and numbers not crossing the threshold of 10.
• Try games and puzzles, verify knowledge and work on a colouring book exercise.

• Study on all your devices, whenever and wherever is convenient.
• Technical support is available, should you encounter problems.
• The course is designed to bridge the gap between formal and informal learning.
• Adaptive exercises can easily be adjusted to the appropriate level for the individual pupil.
• 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 which takes the child’s individuality into account is at the heart of the course.
• Motivation and engagement is kept up with rewards for tasks on completion.
• Take a look at the state of the art fully interactive demo lessons before you sign up.
• Children won’t just enjoy this new approach to maths, they’ll make excellent progress too.

Give a child the gift of maths success today with 321 math! 1B.

Numbers up to 20
• Numbers up to 20
• Numbers
• Numbers and Numerals
• Comparing Numbers
• Ordinal Numbers
• Odd and Even Numbers
• Focus
• What I Have Learned
• Draw
Telling Time
• Telling Time
• The Clock Face
• Time to the Hour
• Time to the Half Hour
• Earlier or Later
• Focus
• What I Have Learned
• Draw
• Add to a Two-Digit Number
• Add to 10 First (from 8 or 9)
• Add to 10 First (from 6 or 7)
• Commutative Property
• Focus
• What I Have Learned
• Draw
Subtraction within 20
• Subtraction within 20
• Subtracting from a Two-Digit Number
• Subtract to 10 First
• Practice Subtracting to 10 first
• Word Problems
• Focus
• What I Have Learned
• Draw
Mathematics and Money
• Mathematics and Money
• Coins and Notes
• Estimate the Price
• How much altogether?
• How Much Is Left?
• Compare Prices
• Storytelling
• Focus
• What I Have Learned
• Draw
Numbers up to 100
• Numbers up to 100
• Place Value
• Number Sequences
• Compare Numbers
• Apply What You Know
• Subtracting Tens
• Subtraction within 99
• Focus
• What I Have Learned
• Draw