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A Deep Sense of Number – Starting with Dots

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A Deep Sense of Number - Starting with Dots By Louise Langford and Carol Handyside

A Deep Sense of Number Starting with Dots 

By Carol Handyside and Louise Langford

Carol Handyside and Louise Langford are two of our dedicated dyscalculia tutors who recently collaborated, due to their shared interest in developing the use of structured dot patterns, to produce a resources book called ‘A Deep Sense of Number Starting with Dots’

Through their own action research, they have found developing subitising alongside visualising skills using structured dot patterns, has proved to be an effective tool to develop a deep sense of number. The book is therefore based on ideas and resources from their own experience as both teachers and dyscalculia specialists.

You can buy the book here –

https://www.atm.org.uk/Shop/Primary-Education—View-All/All-Primary-Products/A-Deep-Sense-of-Number-Starting-with-Dots-e-book/DNL183




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