math: Fun math trick and a visual representation of multiplication that actually makes sense and goes pretty quickly (aka students don't have to draw 25 groups of

Magnetic number fishing, they add what they catch! As well as addition, develops hand/eye coordination, fine motor--I love this for magnetic letter fishing too! When they catch a letter, they say its name and sound.

Using the Numicon to add to the clock visual prompts alongside key word vocabulary when telling the time. Any classroom clock could be adapted into a Numicon clock.

A colourful set of bunting displaying numbers in numerals, written form and represented as numicon. Simply fold over the flaps, attach string or ribbon and hang around the classroom. Why not use our numicon number cards to reinforce this concept furt

Recognising dice numbers Might use my large wooden dice and draw numbers in circles on blackboard table for children to place jewels over as they throw numbers.Similar idea.

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