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    A while ago I came across a great poster with a list of mathematical language on it...I cant seem to find it now....does anyone have one or know of one? Thank you :-)

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    Sorry I've not come across a poster - have you tried Google images or Pinterest?

    You could make your own! Brainstorm with the older children

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    I used to use this. It's for Reception upwards so you would have to decide which bits are relevant to younger children. Not a poster, but as Sarah said you could make your own using this as a guide.

    webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110202093118/http:/...standards.../85273

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    Oh sorry, the link didn't work. I'll try again.



    webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110202093118/http:/...standards.../85273






    13 Feb 2011 - Reception. Counting and recognising numbers. Counting. number zero, one, two, three… to twenty and beyond zero, ten, twenty… one ...

    Not worked again, sorry. I just googled 'Mathematical Vocabulary for Reception' and it came up.

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    [ARCHIVED CONTENT] UK Government Web Archive – The National Archives

    I have tried too. Great find Maza, this used to be our maths bible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maza View Post
    Oh sorry, the link didn't work. I'll try again.



    webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20110202093118/http:/...standards.../85273






    13 Feb 2011 - Reception. Counting and recognising numbers. Counting. number zero, one, two, three… to twenty and beyond zero, ten, twenty… one ...

    Not worked again, sorry. I just googled 'Mathematical Vocabulary for Reception' and it came up.


    Thanks Maza, this is fantastic. I will let you all know if i come across this poster i thought i had though this more than covers it! :-)

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    You guys are THE BEST!

 

 

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