Little Big Maths
Little Big Maths is a teaching method created by Ben Harding that makes Maths progress in Early Years easy and fun for children and for teachers. It follows the same basic principles that have made Big Maths such a huge success across the UK and internationally.
Little Big Maths ensures there is a press on progression within the context of the child’s play, self-discovery and personal learning journey. This framework is known as A-CLIC (Amounts – Counting, Learn Its, It’s Nothing New and Calculation) and is characterised by accurate steps of progression (known as Progress Drives) that makes new learning easy and obvious to children. It provides a seamless transition into the Big Maths programme, but can also be implemented in isolation.
Big Maths is a teaching method created by Ben Harding that makes progress in Maths easy and fun for both children and teachers. Schools up and down the United Kingdom and abroad now learn through Big Maths every day and take part in the ‘Big Maths, Beat That!’ challenge every week. Ben Harding leads an Andrell team of qualified Big Maths consultants that offer high impact training to schools across the world.
Big Maths firstly answers the question, ‘How do we get children properly numerate as they journey through school?’ It provides an accurate and simple, but highly effective, framework that guarantees numeracy progress. This framework is known as CLIC (Counting, Learn Its, It’s Nothing New and Calculation) and is characterised by accurate steps of progression (known as Progress Drives) that make new learning easy and obvious to children by cashing in on the timeless natural laws of Maths.