## Reading Numbers

## Squiggleworth -

3 Digit Numbers

3 Digit Numbers

## Squiggleworth -

Decimal Numbers

Decimal Numbers

There are only a few number facts we expect children to learn, and so although it is correct to refer to them as facts, it is actually more helpful to call the ones we wish ones to learn 'Learn Its'.

A 'Learn It' is a number fact that is learnt so well that it can be recalled instantly. They should know all 'Learn Its' as well as they know 1+1, or as well as they know their name! With genuine recall of facts there is no thinking time.

'Learn Its' save us from counting again and again. They are number facts that we need repeatedly in core numeracy, outer numeracy and real life maths.

Children simply cannot be properly numerate without strong recall of 'Learn Its'.

There are 72 'Learn Its' in total.

(36 addition 'Learn Its' and 36 multiplication 'Learn Its')

## Doubling -

Without Crossing 10

Without Crossing 10

## Halving

## Jigsaw Numbers

to 10

## Jigsaw Numbers

to the next multiple of 10

## Jigsaw Numbers

to 100

## Multiplying by 10

## Multiplying by 100

## Multiplying a

decimal by 10

decimal by 10

## Dividing Multiples

of 10 by 10

of 10 by 10

## Dividing Whole

Numbers by 10

Numbers by 10

## Smile Multiplication

## Fact Families

## Coin Multiplication

## FAB Addition

(Parking/Fang Method)

## Subtraction

(Bridging Method)

## FAB Multiplication

## Multiplication

(Grid Method)

## FAB Division

with remainder

## See some CLIC strategies in action...

Division

Sharing objects equally using physical objects

Jigsaw Numbers

Finding the missing piece to 10

Division

Sharing objects equally

Multiplication

Fact Families

Squiggleworth

Partitioning 2 digit numbers

Smile Multiplication

Subtraction

subtraction from 100 using the Bridging method

FAB Multiplication

Column Addition

Grid Multiplication

Subtraction