“Luke has been working on his understanding of number patterns and throughout his time at home, we have used these fluency grids to help his reasoning about numbers. He is so confident now completing them and looks forward to doing them as a brain wake up!”
Help sharpen your pupils maths fluency with our fantastic Fluency Grids!
Fluency is at the heart of the National Curriculum for maths and is something children need to keep practicing to keep their skills sharp. With 3 grids per year group and an easy to follow ‘How To’ video presented by our maths consultants, these fluency grids support children with the practice of key mathematical facts either at home or in school.
Children need to know key mathematical facts and methods to aid their reasoning and problem-solving skills. Through repetitive practice, children are supported as they memorise these facts and becoming fluent in using them.
“My daughter has really enjoyed using the fluency grids produced by First4Maths during lockdown. They have helped her keep up her arithmetic skills in a clever and engaging way (look how hard she is working!). I feel confident they have helped her remain on track so that she will have a smooth transition to high school in September”.
Simply order yours and send your school logo to firstname.lastname@example.org and all 18 grids will be sent to you as separate pdf’s for you to use in school, as displays or sent home to parents.
If your school requires a Purchase Order and Invoice instead, please email email@example.com and we will send this to you.
Fluency is at the heart of the National Curriculum for mathematics. Children need to know key mathematical facts and methods to aid their reasoning and problem solving skills. Repetitive practice can support children with memorising these facts and becoming fluent in using them. First4Maths have worked with a selection of schools to develop sets of fluency grids to support children with the practice of key mathematical facts.
The facts on each grid remains the same for a term but the number the children are given to work with changes each week.
Teachers can select an appropriate number for their children to work with but are given a range to guide their choice. The children replace each star with the number of the week.
Each year group has a different grid per term to work through.