Teaching number skills beyond 10, time and money

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A course aimed at helping children and young people with Down syndrome and other learning disabilities how to tell the time, use money and grasp the maths to support these skills

Many children and young people with Down syndrome and other learning disabilities are able to master telling the time, using money and grasp the maths to support these skills. Often, however, they are not provided with the opportunity to learn these skills to a level needed to bring independence. This course covers the topics of time and money from the very basics of days of the weeks and recognising coins through to telling any time and understanding the value of money and using it to buy everyday items.

It also covers place value, 3 digit numbers and the number skills that underpin time and money (counting in 5s, etc)

Visit: Beyond 10, time & money | Down Syndrome T&SS (downsyndromebradford.com)

 

Teaching number skills beyond 10, time & money

Wednesday 22nd Nov 2023, 9.30 to 3.00pm

 In the morning we will look in detail at tackling number skills beyond 10:

¨ Rote counting in 10s, 5s, 2s, teens and counting through decades up to 100

¨ Recognising 2 and 3 digit numbers, place value and order

¨ Counting to find how many – beyond 10

¨ Adding up and taking away – methods to succeed

¨ Fractions, multiplication, division and using calculators

 

After lunch we will tackle time and money

 

Time: This workshop will equip participants with a structured programme of activities and resources, developed and written by Wendy Uttley, to help them teach the passage of time and then how, step by step, to teach a child how to tell the time.

 

Money: We will detail a programme written by Wendy Uttley which consists of 120 finely graded activities to help teach a person with Down syndrome or other learning disability to understand and use money. From the early stages of learning the names for the coins to working with pounds and pence this programme is  suitable to use with a child from approximately 5 years of age. 

 

COST: £80 per professional (£20 for a second person from the same school) /£20 per family member.

 

Digital download or memory stick of each programme/resources available for £10.00 each.

 

 


Opportunity

Published: 02/11/2023
Audience: staff working with people who have a learning disability
Contact: Wendy Uttley

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