# maths ideas

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These adorable play dough number mats are great for fine motor skills! Kids use ten-frames, counting and fine motor with these simple mats.

Simple math activity that involves children counting beads on pipe cleaners. Great for developing fine motor skills and understanding numbers and colours.

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357 Likes, 3 Comments - Educating Kids (@educating_kids) on Instagram: “Small wooden bowls and boxes are ideal for storing loose parts. #tracing #looseparts #patterns…”

Welcome once again to the "Playful Maths" weekly series brought to you by Learn with Play at home (us) and The Imagination Tree Together, let's make MATHS FUN! ............................................................................................................ Last week I shared Bottle Top Calculator. This week we bring you another 2 Playful Maths Activities using Bottle Tops. Today's activity from us focuses on "Counting, Number Recognition and Basic Addition" This activity also…

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Our new 'Number Focus' table. Intend to have a different number each week…

It is #RhymeTime again and this fortnights Nursery Rhyme is "1,2,3,4,5 Once I Caught A Fish Alive". We created a number fishing Tuff Spot.

STEM Activities for Kids: How strong is a piece of paper? | Creekside Learning

Loose parts set up by my amazing TA Luisa ❤️

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 […]

Jungle tuff spot, fun small world jungle idea for toddlers and preschoolers for lots of imaginative play.

Assist your students to become confident and competent little mathematicians with this jam-packed addition and subtraction resource. It includes 10 bright bulletin board posters and a series of 12 rigorous activities to build up your students fluency in number bonds to 10, including games, reflections, and open-ended problems {first grade, 1st grade, Grade 1, Year 1, homeschool}