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# Maths

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Really good Early Years Number activity which even the boys love.

Place value is a fundamental concept in our number system, but it tends to fall between the cracks until children reach KS1. In fact many c...

Follow us on Pinterest This quick and easy to set up activity uses a few basic materials and is fabulous for practicing number writing, counting, subitising and more. It can be a great independent activity that promotes self checking and self correction. Ages: 3+ (Maddie was 4 here. See the bottom for Handy Tips to simplify or extend to meet your child's needs) Materials: Table Salt, Dish, Cardboard squares, marker, paintbrush On one side of each card, write a number and on the other side…

Number Writing Practice

I ❤️ Numicon. The tactile and visual element it adds to number is fantastic. At the moment in Reception we are really just at the exploration stage, so I’ve but putting the numicon out with t…

Award-winning primary maths resources proven to create confident mathematicians throughout your whole school, providing the best resources for learning new maths skills.

Counting animals into their pens in the farm. Children can write their own numbers, too. Could also be used for doubling, halving and sharing, taking away, adding etc... EYFS

Kids add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching number square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve. (Image only)

Computer Education World. What Everyone Needs To Know About Lead Generation. Does lead generation make you crazy to think about? Understand that no matter the strategy, patience is needed in gathering leads. You may end up waiting f

Following our lesson on "How Big is a Foot?" we decided to consider slightly BIGGER feet... We began by reading Jim and the Beanstalk , a...

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls.