Peaceful Parenting: We're back! Update on Math Learning and Activities!

Outdoor Maths: Pink and Blue Milestones. Use chalk to count and sort items found outdoors.

Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Great for mathematical development: Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Create a number line 1 to 20 with this fun hands-on activity. This activity can be adapted to fill in the missing numbers on the number line.

Create a Number Line 1 to 20

Create a number line 1 to 20 with this fun hands-on activity. This activity can be adapted to fill in the missing numbers on the number line. Great for counting, early math, math activity for preschool, prek, and kindergarten age children

Play Learning Life spotted some gorgeous crate yachts (",)

Great for outdoor play in summer, for a pirate day, or summer theme Play Learning Life spotted some gorgeous crate yachts (",)

Bottle cap sail boats - ready to race! These sail boats are such a quick and straightforward activity to do with your kids. Perfect for all ages and abilities!

How to make bottle cap sail crafts

We made very simple little sail boats using bottle caps (ours are from milk bottles but I’m sure any would do), pipe cleaners, foam sheets, glue and tape

CAMBRIDGE MATHS GCSE / A LEVEL online course - NOT TOO LATE - start now - GO!

GCE AS A LEVEL Maths Cambridge 9709 ONLINE TUTOR SUPPORTED Course

EYFS shape description game - The children take turns at describing a shape to their friend, who then has to attempt to name the shape and travel along the obstacle course to fetch it. Physical Dev nursery year olds

This has easily been the most popular enhancement so far this year! The children have affectionately named it the pom-pom game. You will need some cups (I got these funky looking monster ones from the pound shop), a marker pen... Continue reading →

This has easily been the most popular enhancement so far this year! The children have affectionately named it the pom-pom game. You will need some cups (I got these funky looking monster ones from the pound shop), a marker pen.

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