Making their mathematical mark

Written by: David Yates
Tuesday, August 14, 2018

In this article, we revisit Talk for Maths Mastery and use a selection of case studies that explain and advise on how we can support and appreciate children’s mathematical mark making and thinking in reception classes.

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Key points

  • The Talk for Maths Mastery initiative enabled a cluster of 14 schools in south east Sheffield to work together as a community of learners in order to develop our thinking and practice together, sharing ideas and co-constructing good early years practice
  • One focus of the initiative was the development of children’s mathematical mark making

The Talk for Maths Mastery initiative enabled a cluster of 14 schools in south east Sheffield to work together as a community of learners in order to develop our thinking and practice together, sharing ideas and co-constructing good early years practice.

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