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We are doing subtraction this week. This is one of our subtraction activities using numicon. The children have to pull a subtraction number… Math Subtraction Worksheets, Teaching Subtraction, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Early Years Maths, Early Math, Year 1 Maths, Numicon Activities, Number Activities

Foundation Team - Ella & Nicky on Instagram: “We are doing subtraction this week. This is one of our subtraction activities using numicon. The children have to pull a subtraction number…”

43 Likes, 4 Comments - Foundation Team - Ella & Nicky (@eyfsbadgerclass) on Instagram: “We are doing subtraction this week. This is one of our subtraction activities using numicon. The…”

Use in sand area (can you find 2 pieces of numicon that make 10 - laminated card) individual challenge cards on continuous provision Year 1 Maths, Early Years Maths, Early Years Classroom, Early Math, Early Learning, Maths Eyfs, Eyfs Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Numicon Activities

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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 Maths Eyfs, Eyfs Classroom, Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Outside Activities, Outdoor Classroom, Learning Activities, Outdoor Activities, Numeracy

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I love it when a project crosses curriculum boundaries, and connects the dots among different areas of study -- say, Soc. Year 1 Maths, Early Years Maths, Early Math, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Preschool, Fun Math, Math Games

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I love it when a project crosses curriculum boundaries, and connects the dots among different areas of study -- say, Social Studies and Math. I am also looking for ways to go deeper into concepts that sometimes seem self-evident: concepts like “rural” and “urban.” I live and teach in a town of 6,000 people, and it’s the biggest town for thousands of square kilometres in this part of the world. The nearest city is 200 km away, and it’s not that big (approximately 55,000 people). The nearest…