Latest Reception Curriculum of Maths.

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Reception Maths Worksheets Age(4-5)

These Reception Maths Worksheets PDF files are based on the Early Year Foundation Stage. The curriculum has designed for young children from birth to the end of the Reception year and is about developing key learning skills such as speaking, listening, concentration, persistence, and co-operation. It is also about developing communication, literacy, and numeracy skills. Our free Reception Maths worksheets PDF focus on numeracy skills and divided into three parts.

  • Counting and Numbers
  • Addition and Subtraction
  • Shapes and Position

According to the reception curriculum, Mathematics involves providing children with opportunities to develop and improve their skills in counting, understanding and using numbers, calculating simple addition and subtraction problems; and describing shapes, spaces, and measure.

Learning Objectives of Reception Curriculum.

Autumn Term Learning Objectives.

  1. Numbers and Place Value: Count to 5, Comparing Groups up to 5.
  2. Addition and Subtraction: Sorting the numbers. Change within 5.
  3. Measurement: Time

Spring Term Learning Objectives.

  1. Numbers and Place Value: Count to 10, Comparing Groups up to 10.
  2. Addition and Subtraction: Sorting the numbers, Change within 10
  3. Geometry: Shapes and Sizes.

SummerTerm Learning Objectives.

  1. Numbers and Place Value: Count to 2, Comparing Groups
  2. Addition and Subtraction: Count on and back,
  3. Multiplication and Division: Numeral Patterns,
  4. Geometry: Exploring Pattern
  5. Measurement: Measure length, height distance

Free Mathematics Worksheets.

We develop reception curriculum worksheets for Counting and Numbers, Addition and Subtraction, and Shapes and position. You can download all reception maths worksheets pdf in these sections below.

Reception Curriculum Progress Check.

It is important to check the progress of the child at an early stage. This guide makes a clear path of learning in later stages. The school run makes a handy progress sheet to track the record. So why no grab for your children also. Click Here it is,

Things to Try with children at home.

1-Talk about numbers in daily life.

2- Count, Count, and Count. There are so many examples of introducing counting in everyday matters.e.g Count the cars. Count the start. Count the trees. Count with fruits and vegetables. The list goes on…

3 -Drawing the numbers. Drawing is a very attractive tool for kids.Draw in sand on the beach,draw with flour in fun time in kitchen. Draw with paint to attract little fingers.

4 – Shapes and Time awareness. There are lots of geometrical shapes around us. A car tyre is a circle, mirror in the square, etc.

5-Read different stimulating picture books with the kids.

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