# Year 1 continuous provision

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Here we are with another adorable and simple paper ladybug craft, we've made this ladybug paper craft a while ago but as crafting with paper is just so fun it was time to make another,

I am linking up again with Krista over at Teaching Momster for her Math Madness Wednesday Linky. Her topic this week is subtraction tips and tricks. One of my favorite apps for subtraction is called "Math Puppy" The free version of this app works on subtraction skills. The students find the subtraction answer to make a Bingo. My students use this app along with the hundreds chart to find the answer. It is a super cute app and my students love it... they begged me to download it onto all the…

A ladybug math mat to use when practicing composing and decomposing numbers. Place the target number of 2 color counters in a small cup and spill them out on the mat. Separate the colors on each side of the ladybug and record the combination. Students should repeat this until all combinations hav...

This kindergarten blog post will illustrate 17 different activities that can be used to build fine motor activities into your curriculum.

One of my kiddos brought it up at Morning Meeting that it was April Fool’s day and it led to a big discussion on what it was and the kinds o...

Number lines were not used for teaching addition and subtraction when I was at school, but when my kids started infant school we were introduced to these as a simple tool to help them understand these concepts. With my oldest, he has always been so quick with mental calculations that I admit I never saw […]

Looking for crafts to make with pipe cleaners? We love this crafting buddy, too and we know you'll love these awesome pipe cleaner crafts!

Maths challenge. Who can build the tallest tower by rolling the dice, before the time runs out.

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 71,083 likes · 567 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the...

Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks