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Maths
by Deasun O Muimhneachain
# Maths

## Strands

### Number

### Algebra

### Shape & Space

### Measures

### Data

## Skills to be Developed

### Applying & Problem Solving

### Communicating & Expressing

### Integrating & Connecting

### Reasoning

### Understanding

## Curriculum Objectives

## Useful Websites

### IXL Maths

### Sesame Street

### Cool Math 4 Kids

### NRich

### Maths Sphere

## Textbooks

### Mathemagic

### Mental Maths

## Class Level Objectives

### Infant Classes

### First & Second Classes

### Third & Fourth Classes

### Fifth & Sixth Classes

## Maths Games

### 1, 2, 3 Bang

### Buzz

### Numero

### Mancala

### Aachi

## Contact information

### desmoynihan@gmail.com

### 0214899567

## Problem Solving

## Mathematical Language

### NCCA

### Online Maths Dictionary

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The Maths Curriculum is divided into smaller sections called Strands

Each Strand has smaller sections again called Strand Units

Each Strand has smaller sections again called Strand Units

Each Strand has smaller sections again called Strand Units

Each Strand has smaller sections again called Strand Units

Each Strand has smaller sections again called Strand Units

These skills are to be developed over the course of implementing the Maths curriculum

to develop a positive attitude towards mathematics and an appreciation of both its practical and its aesthetic aspects to develop problem-solving abilities and a facility for the application of mathematics to everyday life to enable the child to use mathematical language effectively and accurately to enable the child to acquire an understanding of mathematical concepts and processes to his/her appropriate level of development and ability to enable the child to acquire proficiency in fundamental mathematical skills and in recalling basic number facts

There are literally hundreds of websites available, these are a selection

The series is used throughout the school

Included here are first the Strands and then the Strand Units for each level and a link to the N.C.C.A. website for each level which includes some help for Maths for each level

Early Mathematical Activities, Classifying, Matching, Comparing, Ordering

Number, Counting, Comparing & Ordering, Analysis of Number

Algebra, Extending Patterns

Shape & Space, Spatial Awareness, 2 D Shapes, 3 D Shapes

Measures, Length, Weight, Capacity, Time, Money

Data, Recognising & Interpreting Data

Number, Counting & Numeration, Comparing & Ordering, Place Value, Operations, Fractions

Algebra, Exploring & Using Patterns

Shape & Space, Spatial Awareness, 2 D Shapes, 3 D Shapes, Symmetry, Angles

Measures, Length, Area, Weight, Capacity, Time, Money

Data, Representing & Interpreting Data

Number, Place Value, Operations, Fractions, Decimals

Algebra, Number Patterns & Sequences, Number Sentences

Shape & Space, 2 D Shapes, 3 D Shapes, Symmetry, Lines & Angles

Measures, Length, Area, Weight, Capacity, Time, Money

Data, Representing & Interpreting Data, Chance

Number, Place Value, Operations, Fractions, Decimals & Percentages, Number Theory

Algebra, Directed Numbers, Rules & Properties, Variables, Equations

Shape & Space, 2 D Shapes, 3 D Shapes, Symmetry, Lines & Angles

Measures, Length, Area, Weight, Capacity, Time, Money

Data, Representing & Interpreting Data, Chance

A selection of the games used throughout the school

Two children play against each other. A third child calls out a table with the competing children giving the answer and saying 1, 2, 3 bang at the end. The first to do so wins and carries on against others in the class. The "Quizmaster" calling the tables has the final say in any dispute.

The class makes a circle and start counting. Every third number and any number with three in it must be substituted with the word buzz. Anyone making a mistake is out of the game.

A card game building from simple recognition of numbers to incorporating all operations based on the class level. Usually played in groups of about four children at a time.

Problems solving is the main area of concern for Maths today. Here in Scoil Niocláis we have adopted the R.O.S.E. approach to help us improve our problem solving skills