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Calendar Challenge

Calendar Challenge

Measuring time and reading a calendar are essential life skills and even with modern technology students must still learn how to use and interpret a calendar. This activity sheet provides students with the practice they need.

Let’s Expand

Let’s Expand

This worksheet will give practice to students when breaking down numbers to 999 into expanded form by displaying their understanding of place value.

Cross Number Puzzles

Cross Number Puzzles

These challenging cross number puzzles are a great way to keep your students entertained and they hold a whole load of hidden benefits too!

Bees to the Honey

Bees to the Honey

A counting and number matching game. A great activity for number awareness and recognition, one to one correspondence as well as fine motor development. 

The Importance of Learning 2D Shapes

The Importance of Learning 2D Shapes

From an early age, students are noticing and experimenting with different shapes. Exploring 2D shapes in the classroom builds upon mathematical knowledge.

Learning Resources: Super Sorting Pie

Learning Resources: Super Sorting Pie

One of our favourite incredibly versatile educational toys is this Super Sorting Pie. It is incredibly cute and can be used in a variety of ways to help kids build sorting skills, counting skills, math skills, and fine motor skills. It also provides opportunities for independent play and practising shape recognition and colour recognition.

Should We Have Ability-Based Maths Groups?

Should We Have Ability-Based Maths Groups?

Maths is a complex subject to teach. It is made even more difficult by the spread of ability levels in classrooms. Some studies suggest that in most primary classrooms there can be up to a seven grade spread in ability levels.

Addition Flower Facts

Addition Flower Facts

In this week’s blog, flowers provide a lovely layout for addition exercises, but flowers and math are much more closely intertwined than you might think. Math shows up all the time in nature most commonly in the form of Fibonacci sequences and the ‘golden ratio’.

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