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For a number of years as a starting point we use Numbers and patterns: laying foundations in mathematics, it should be easy to find on the internet. It has some nice ideas that can be developed. As a unit we were then able to have children working on the different phases. A colleague has just been on a 'Making Maths Magic' course with Shonette Bason, we are now incorporating that into our plans. The kids are really enthusiastic about the digit dancing! Hope this helps.

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I have always written my own maths plans because I have never been happy with schemes that I have looked at. However this year I am using the Hamilton plans and I find them really good. It's great for ensuring coverage and the plans themselves are very detailed including CP ideas. Yes, I change bits here and there but they are a very good starting point and save lots of time. Also very easy for support staff to follow. I then add bits from numbers and patterns too.

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