Maths investigations

Collection by Claire Dinsey

Outdoor Maths: Creating 3D Shapes from Sticks | Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!

Outdoor Maths: Creating 3D skeletons from Sticks

Sticks are making maths ever-more interesting outside.

"Count me, sort me" collection. Open ended loose parts in a tinker tray.

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

"Count me, sort me" collection. Open ended loose parts in a tinker tray.

Wonders of Learning: Counting Beautiful Materials

Counting Beautiful Materials

The JK children have been focusing on identifying the numbers 1 - 10. The JKs have also been working on one-to-one correspondence using materials at the Hands-on Thinking center. A Supportive Learning Community C.L. SK student helping L.C. JK student to count out natural materials on the counting mat. C.L. practicing her counting skills.

Outdoor Maths activities: investigating right angles with sticks (Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!)

Outdoor Maths: investigating right angles with sticks

The concept of a right angle can often stump children.

Fantastic for matching number to quantity. Could also do for number bonds or sound and word matching. Great for lit or num table.

Challenge in Continuous Provision

Challenge in Continuous Provision can be a tricky old thing. It is hard to get that balance between 'encouraging' children to take on a challenge whilst maintaining a high level...

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weighing pine cones - great ideas for STEM / math investigation in this pine cone math station

Pine cone math station

This hands-on pine cone math station is a great investigation table that invites children to explore estimating, counting, size comparison, measuring weight and length, and recording data in a table – all while having fun. Pine cone math station We turned a bowl of pine cones, gathered on our […]