# Resources to support Dyscalculia

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Maths Operations Vocabulary Bookmarks: simple clear bookmarks showing key vocabulary

A clearly laid out activity, with number lines to 20 next to each calculation so pupils can draw the 'jumps' to help them get the answer. The first sheet has an example and some basic addition calculations while an additional blank template is added so you can create your own

A clearly laid out activity, with number lines to 20 next to each calculation so pupils can draw the 'jumps' to help them get the answer. The first sheet has an example and some basic subtraction calculations while an additional blank template is added so you can create your own

5 Top Tips for supporting pupils with dyscalculia - downloadable poster to display in your staff room or teaching centre

A set of clear flash cards showing all the ways of making the amounts 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p plus some blank cards (2p, 5p and 10p) so that pupils can have a go at making the amounts in different ways

A word search style activity where students identify the number bonds to ten hidden in a grid. A useful activity to laminate and use with a dry wipe marker although it could also be used as a worksheet. A solution sheet, identifying all the available number bonds to ten, is included. Sassoon numbers throughout

Shut the Box Maths Game: Printable maths game that that teaches splitting numbers up to 12 in different ways and gives practice in adding and combining small numbers.

Fun addition activity that can be played in a number of different ways and with varying amounts of players. Focuses on addition skills up to 20 - pupils pick out number cards and draw or place items, that correspond with the number, on the board. Full instructions are included and each base board contains clear mathematical signs and a number line from 0-20. Coloured backgrounds make this activity visually appealing too.

A set of cards to help learners see the link between fraction decimals and percentages. complete with information on converting one to another. Sassoon font throughout, with clear visual representations of fractions.

Simple activity to use alongside maths cubes. First page shows ways of making 10 with coloured cubes. Second page is a blank template that can be laminated and used with cubes. Alternatively this could be used as a worksheet with pupils colouring in pairs of numbers to make ten.