Fun way to introduce the concept of addition

DIY Addition Game

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Ticket Numbers

Attach the correct number and color of links to each ticket. From: The Princess and the Tot: Tot Trays

Doubling activity for Funky Fingers table

Great for developing mental maths. Could be adapted to include times tables for Year One continuous provision.

This would be neat to do and put the iPads in here like a little movie theater and have little space videos they can watch by doing a QR code.

Great for phonics or numicon - basically any topic where you want to put a clue on the outside and answer inside. Could even put different textures/colours or smells inside to discover in a sensory area.

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Great for phonics or numicon - basically any topic where you want to put a clue on the outside and answer inside. Could even put different textures/colours or smells inside to discover in a sensory area.

Using the Numicon to add to the clock visual prompts alongside key word vocabulary when telling the time.

Using the Numicon to add to the clock visual prompts alongside key word vocabulary when telling the time. Any classroom clock could be adapted into a Numicon clock.

Get your children to hold up a blank whiteboard and take their photo. Then you can use them for displaying letters, words, numbers... ABC Does Ltd

Get your children to hold up a blank whiteboard and take their photo. Then you can use them for displaying letters, words, numbers. I like this idea for displaying bear words.

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