Jump to content
About Us

Lesson Observation Maths


Recommended Posts

Please can you help? In about a weeks time I am being observed in Maths, the focus is VAK, differentiation and impact.

My class has a wide range of ability ranging from those who can recite number bonds to 5 and those chn who can't recognise numbers to 5. I have been doing lots of adding recently so think it is a good idea to stick with this but I just wanted to see if anyone has got any inspirational ideas which will impress......I am only new to the EYFS and so want to do well.......how can i cater for all learning styles and make sure i am reaching all ability levels......my observation is at 9 so i want to do a mental starter and input then of course i need to think about what i can put in the areas that the children can independently initiate??

Thank you

A stressed Sarah

Link to comment
Share on other sites

You could do some counting with musical instruments - count the drum beats, or count objects being dropped in a pot by listening - there's some auditory work for a mental starter!


Kinaesthetic - you could do some active counting - jump five times, hop 3 times, clap 4 times etc.


Not great ideas but didn't want to read and not reply!

Link to comment
Share on other sites


  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. (Privacy Policy)