# Reception Maths

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Grab your scissors, grab your glue! Find hundreds of Disney-inspired art and craft ideas for kids of all ages including holiday and seasonal crafts, decorations and more.

Hundred charts are an amazing tool for teaching all sorts of math skills: counting, adding, multiplication, problem solving, skip counting and more. Grab your free hundred chart below and then try out our 15 favorite ways to use it! Why 120 instead of 100? Before I go any further, I better stop and explain why our hundred […]

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…

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How to make Numicon Biscuits

2 paper cups, some marbles and a basket - A simple but fun way to introduce the idea of addition to children.

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

Spring-themed flower number games, suitable for all ages and different levels. Great suggestions for letter games too.

Here's a lovely activity for children exploring number and place value to 100. This is an independent game that would be perfect for maths rotations or independent play. 36 count and clip cards for exploring numbers to 100. Numbers are represented by tens and units blocks. Children count the blocks...

Are you feeling Bug-A-Licious? I have been in a very “buggy” mood and managed to pump out this insect-themed math packet in record time. It’s in my TPT store!! The rain really helped me focus as did my “out of office” status for tomorrow. I head down to Stanford to check in on my surgery

Number bond eggs downloaded from Twinkl. Using plastic eggs to make this abstract idea a little more concrete.

Graphs are visual representations of data. Even young children can enjoying creating hands-on graphs (even though we don't necessarily have to use that