Teaching basic number skills to children with Down Syndrome and other LDD

The day will cover how we learn to count, basic number skills up to 10, counting beyond 10, two digit numbers, addition and subtraction, counting in 10s, place value and realistic targets for children with Down Syndrome. Numicon, a hands on and visual representation of number. is used throughout.

Teaching Basic Number Skilsl to Children with Down Syndrome

Friday 14 October 2016   Time: 9.30 to 3.30pm – Buffet lunch provided

Full Day: £95 per professional (£30 for additional people from same school) /£30 per family member

Venue: The Pamela Sunter Centre, 2 Whitley Street, Bingley. 

Morning: This will cover how we learn to count and basic number skills up to 10. It will introduce the Numicon Foundation Kit and include practical activities and suggestions to promote numeracy. It is relevant for staff and parents working with children aged birth upwards who are still working with numbers up to 10.

Afternoon: The afternoon will cover counting beyond 10, introducing two digit numbers, addition and subtraction, counting in 10s, introducing place value and look at realistic targets for children with Down syndrome in this area.

A memory stick of resources is available is available to purchase for £5

For options to attend half day only please contact the office.

There is a car park round the back of the building but if this is full there is parking available on the streets but please check the parking restrictions. If it is easier to travel by train we are only a short walk from the railway station.

For a booking form please click here


Information

Published: 06/10/2016
Audience: teaching staff
Contact: Wendy Uttley

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