I made this for a KS1 colleague so that she could show her Year 1 class how to use numicon shapes in sums in class. I used the infinite repeat option so that you could show any combination.
Useful if you don't have a visualiser in class...
Fizzy is the gross motor skills programme, focusing on three areas; balance, ball skills and co-ordination. Which all have three levels on development.
Printable copies can be found through the link below.
A bright and happy way to teach the four times table, accompanied by a slap, slap, clap rhythm. Every time you sing: 'we can do our fours', the final 'fours' is to be shouted out triumphantly!
This has been used very successfully with special needs children, who find it helpful to learn through songs- especially high energy ones like this one!
Lyrics, musical score and backing track are all included.
A set of 10 colourful posters featuring candles on a birthday cake. The posters contain the number 1 and the word 1. The even numbers are on blue background: the odd numbers on red. Use to develop the pupils' ability to recognise numbers, count from 1 to 10 and distinguish between odd and even numbers.
Suitable for nursery children, reception children and older SEND students.
Images courtesy of openclipart.org and clipartlord.com
The resource contains
- a highly visual, interactive and fully editable 21 slide PowerPoint lesson on number recognition and counting from 1-10. It features birds flying on to a tree. In the earlier slides the birds are numbered and can be counted as they fly in. The second part of the PowerPoint is more challenging as the birds fly in randomly without numbers.
- a comprehensive set of 21 colourful, highly visual and engaging worksheets on number recognition and counting from 1 to 10.
- identifying and recognising numbers to 10
- counting a variety of objects - animals, clothes, food, cakes, insects
- colouring the correct number of objects
- drawing the correct number of objects
- finding missing numbers
Suitable for nursery and reception children and older SEND students.
All images courtesy of openclipart.org and clipartlord.com