Used for subtraction from ten with the Early Years - this looks like a great way to keep maths fun! This can also be adapted by labelling each pin from 1-10. Whichever ones have been knocked down, the child must add them up e.g. knocks down number 4, 7 and 9. The child must then add these up to find the total.

Subtraction bowling…fun & Instructional Practices in Education and Training The student assesses teaching and learning. The student is expected to: (A) describe the role of assessment as part of the learning process;

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

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

Want this in my own classroom

Do you have a little one learning to tell time? I love this flower clock craft to help with teaching time to kids! Natalie and Mary at The Thrifty Turtle will show you how to make this Flower Peta.

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Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers to keep up in the wall for a while?---make a page of this for a math journal.

This is just so darn smart! A hula hoop on a dry erase board to practice telling time. Brilliant!

Telling Time- stick a hula hoop to the white board, and write numbers around the inside of the circle to make a "clock". You can make little notches around the inside of the hula hoop to practice telling time to the exact minute, if you choose to,

When the Gruffalo & friends came to school! - footprints, numeracy, measurement, non-standard measure, creative, maths, EYFS, Gruffalo. (Just done with cardboard cut outs of the characters footprints and baby talc sprinkled around them)

Print these footprints around the classroom - who is it? What clues do we have?

Beebot and math. A clear piece of plastic marked into the appropriate squares then change the questions underneath. Children code the beebot's journey to count by the answers eg. By 1, 2, 5 etc

Beebot and math. A clear piece of plastic marked into the appropriate squares then change the questions underneath. Children code the beebot's journey to count by the answers eg. By 5 etc Maths and technology connected

Subtraction Squish! Once you ask the subtraction problem, have your child line up the correct number of play dough balls and then squish them to find the right answer. A great activity for students with special learning needs. Very visual and tactile. Read more at: http://theresjustonemommy.com/2015/05/04/subtraction-squish/

Subtraction Squish

Assistive Technology for math subtraction math game -- mixing sensory play and math

Subtraction Squish! Once you ask the subtraction problem, have your child line up the correct number of play dough balls and then squish them to find the right answer. A great activity for students with special learning needs. Very visual and tactile. Read more at: http://theresjustonemommy.com/2015/05/04/subtraction-squish/

Subtraction Squish

Assistive Technology for math subtraction math game -- mixing sensory play and math

Grass/cress heads

15 Awesome Classroom Ideas For Teachers

Cute kids DIY idea - Childs picture glued onto a clear cup, fill with dirt, plant grass seeds and watch the crazy hair grow! Kids love to give their grass heads a trim when the grass gets long too!


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