RebeccaTheMathsLady free videos explaining how to teach primary maths using low-floor high-ceiling structural methods are available via this link.

**Series published so far include:**

Maths teaching age 4/5 (Reception class). Oct-Dec 2019

Maths teaching age 5/6 (Year 1). Jan-March 2020

Maths teaching age 6/7 (Year 2). Jan-June 2021**Expert primary maths teaching age 7-11 for everyone:**Series 1: My child has always struggled with maths. March-April 2020

Series 2: Number age 7-9. April-May 2020

Series 3: Number age 9-11. June-October 2020

Series 4: Shape, space and measure. October-December 2020

Interventions age 9-11. January-April 2022

Maths with Poppits Playlist March-April 2021

Sunday morning livestreams – answering your questions. From June 2020 to April 2022

Interviews with Experts in Education

**Direct links to specific videos in each series are all follows:**

**Maths teaching age 4/5 (Reception Class/P1/Pre-K)**

Age 4: Video 1 Introduction

Age 4: Video 2 Baselining

Age 4 Video 3: (1-5) Numbers in the first half term

Age 4 Video 4: (6-8) Numbers in the second half term

Age 4 Video 5: (9-11) Numbers in the 3rd half term

Age 4 Video 6: Foundations of Fraction

Age 4 Video 7: (13-15) Numbers in the 5th half term

Age 4 Video 8: Characteristics of objects and shapes

Age 4 Video 8 and a half: Direction

Age 4 Video 9: Number in the final term

Age 4 Maths – Motor Sensory Integration

**Maths teaching age 5/6 (Year 1/P2/Kindergarten)**

Age 5 Video 1: Introduction & Baselining

Age 5 Video 2: Part Part Whole (Introducing Subtraction)

Age 5 Video 3: 1-20 Fives and Ones

Age 5 Video 4: 1-100 Linear 10s and 1s

Age 5 Video 5: Number Line 1-100 and Arrow Cards

Age 5 Video 6: Number Squares

Age 5 Video 7: Individual Objects

Age 5 Video 8: Odds & Ends of Number

Age 5 Video 9: Fraction, Odds & Evens

Age 5 Video 10: Measure

Age 5 Video 11: Money

Age 5 Video 12: Geometry

Age 5 Video 13: Managing People

**Maths teaching age 6/7 (Year 2/P3/First Grade)**

Age 6 Video 1: Introduction & Baselining

Age 6 Video 2: Adding and subtracting within 20

Age 6 Video 3: 1-100 Counting beads

Age 6 Video 4: Number Squares

Age 6 Video 5: Array

Age 6 Video 6: Base 10

Age 6 Video 7: Fractions

Age 6 Video 8: Strategies for listening TO children

Age 6 Video 9: Measure

Age 6 Video 10: Time

Age 6 Video 11: Money

Age 6 Video 12: Shape & Directions

Age 6 Video 13: Data

Age 6 Video 14: Problem solving

Age 6 Video 15: Consolidating learning and planning for future learning

Age 6 Video 16: Managing people

**Expert primary maths teaching age 7-11 (Years 3-6/P4-P7/second-fifth grade) for everyone:****Series 1: My child has always struggled with maths. **

Physical barriers to learning

Fix numbers 1-10

Deep understanding of numbers 1-20

Strong foundations of numbers 1-100

Practice and confidence

**Expert primary maths teaching age 7-11 for everyone:Series 2: Number age 7-9. **

Introduction

1. Fast addition and subtraction

2. Notation

3. Number lines

4. Base 10 apparatus

5. Foundations of addition

6. Column addition

7. Foundations of subtraction

8. Column subtraction

9. Mental addition and subtraction

10. Foundations of multiplication (including tables)

11. Short multiplication (and more on tables)

12. Mental multiplication

13. Foundations of division

14. Short division

15. Foundations of fractions

16. Fractions of amounts

17. Foundations of decimals

18. Calculating with decimals

19. Multiply and Divide by 10, 100

20. Rounding

**Expert primary maths teaching age 7-11 for everyone:Series 3: Number age 9-11. **

Introduction to Series 3: Number 9-11

1. Factors and primes

2. Square, cube and triangular numbers

3. Large numbers

4. Negative numbers

5. Number systems and Roman numerals

6. Harder mental addition and subtraction

7. Other images of multiplication and division

8. Long multiplication

9. Division: Six treatments of remainders

*Subsidiary linked video: Linking fractions and division*

10. Long division

11. Mental multiplication and division

12. Problem solving

*13. Equivalent fractions (introducing the proportion bar)*

14. Adding & subtracting (subordinates equivalent fractions)

15. Comparing fractions

16. Harder fractions of amounts

17. Dividing fractions by whole numbers

*Subsidiary linked video: Original video on the same topic*

18. Multiplying fractions

*Subsidiary linked video: Original video on the same topic*

19. Three decimal places

20. Rounding decimals

21. Percentages

22. Ratio and proportion

23. Linear sequences

*24. Algebraic notation*

25. Missing number problems

26. Formulas

**Expert primary maths teaching age 7-11 for everyone:Series 4: Shape, position, measure and data age 7-11**

Introduction to series 4

1. 2D shape

2. Length

3. Perimeter

4. Angle size

5. Angle rules

*6. Position, coordinates and translations*

7. Symmetry

*8. Area*

9. 3D shapes and nets

*10. Volume and dimensions*

*11. Capacity*

*12. Weight*

*13. Time*

*14. Money*

15. Temperature

16. Measure conversions

17. Data tables, bar charts and pictograms

18. Line graphs and time graphs

*19. Circles and pie charts*

*20. The mean*

**Intervention Maths Age 9-11**

1. Subtraction (session 1)

2. Multiplication (session 2)

3. More multiplication (session 3)

4. Multiplication and division (session 4)

5. Division (sessions 5 & 6)

6. Fractions (session 7)

7. Measure (session 8)

8. Conclusions and transitions (session 9)

**Special cross age video:**

Rotational symmetry

**Maths with poppits**

Primary maths with poppits

Harder maths with poppits (age 8-12)

SEN/Dyscalculia maths with poppits

**The Interviews**

Sue Johnston-Wilder – Maths Anxiety

Rachel Bee – Conscious Connection Coach

Steve Waters – Teach Well Toolkit and Free Mental Health Lead Training

Kimberley Evans – Whole Staff Wellbeing Surveys – Nourish the Workplace

Sir Tim Brighouse and Mick Waters – About our Schools

Kevin Hewitson – Building Relationships with Very Challenging Students

Brynn Llewellyn – Tagtiv8: Physically Active Maths

Geoff Faux – Chalk and TalkCraig Randall – Trust-Based Observations

Dyscalculia Network: Rob Jennings and Cat Eadle

Schools Reducing CO2 Emissions: John Howson

Teacher Wellbeing – Steve Waters

Becoming a Teacher – Alan Newland

The Prisoner (adventures with year 5 maths) – Matt Walker

Motor Sensory Integration – Charlotte Davies