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Math Tarsia Puzzles Growing Bundle

Math Tarsia Puzzles Growing Bundle

A HUGE GROWING bundle of NO PREP math Tarsia puzzles that are sure to keep your children engaged. These puzzle activities are perfect as a whole lesson or extension activity. Each puzzle contains a completed set as well as a mixed puzzle set. After buying this bundle you will receive free life long updates and added resources. Buy now and save even more later! ------------------------ Please don’t forget to rate this product and provide feedback to earn credits that you can use toward future purchases on TpT. Also be sure to visit my store and FOLLOW ME to see my new products and hear about upcoming sales!
adamjharvey245
Counting Arrays

Counting Arrays

A set of 5 worksheets and an accompanying presentation to allow students to count arrays in a variety of ways. The emphasis is not on how many dots there are, but instead on the ways in which students 'see' the numbers (example provided). The activity is intended as a whole class discussion prompt but can be used as independent tasks as well. Designed to improve multiplicative reasoning.
BetterResources
One more - One less cards

One more - One less cards

EYFS resource for teaching one more and one less in addition. There are 20 cards with the numbers with 0-20 on it and four numbers down the side. Pupils can either put a peg on the correct numbers or colour them in.
Sophiell92
Maths loop games (Year 1 & 2) 1 more, 1 less & pairs totaling 10, 20 & 100 - 2 complete games

Maths loop games (Year 1 & 2) 1 more, 1 less & pairs totaling 10, 20 & 100 - 2 complete games

Contained in this resource are two attractive maths loop games. These games are 'tried and tested' and are ideal as a superstar starter or perfect plenary. Game 1 – 1 more and 1 less. Game 2 – Pairs of numbers to 10, 20 & 100. Each game contains 32 separate number cards. You can use these games to assess your children on whether they know the following statements from the Year 1 & 2 Mathematics Programmes of Study; • Given a number, identify 1 more or 1 less. • Recall and use addition and subtraction facts to 20 fluently, and derive and use related facts to 100. These resources are 'ready-to-go' simply download, print off, cut up and laminate and let the fun begin. In my experience classes love the challenge of beating their best time on these games.
rich4ruth
One more, one less

One more, one less

Worksheets asking for one more and one less of various numbers. One sheet goes up to 10, one up to 20 and one up to 30.
emjd94
Addition Booklets

Addition Booklets

Four booklets of addition sums, two of sums up to 20 and two of sums up to 30. Back of booklet includes a self-assessment.
emjd94
Count Backward to Subtract

Count Backward to Subtract

Subtraction Facts from 10 This is an interactive, self-checking ActivInspire flipchart that can be used to introduce subtraction by counting backward using touch points. * 2 slides provide practice in counting forward and backward * Touch Point numeral & numberline introduction * 30, self-checking subtraction practice pages (a student worksheet is embedded & can be printed) Ideal for special education, intervention, & early learners
DreyersDigitalDen
Money, Change, Finding a Total Worksheets - Basics - SEN - Low Ability Older Children PAID VERSION

Money, Change, Finding a Total Worksheets - Basics - SEN - Low Ability Older Children PAID VERSION

This same resource is available free of charge, however, I would be grateful to those that can afford it to pay. Rent is high, my TA wage is low, and I get no help despite part-time university study! Various useful money based worksheets. I have used these for older children with SEN. Includes Learning Objectives, but they can be cut off, or edited to suit your needs. Each worksheet comes in .PDF and .PUB formats. The reason for this is to give you the flexibility to edit them as you wish.
Mr_Whitehorn
Addition and Subtraction Worksheets - Basics - SEN - Low Ability Older Children - PAID VERSION

Addition and Subtraction Worksheets - Basics - SEN - Low Ability Older Children - PAID VERSION

This same resource is available free of charge, however, I would be grateful to those that can afford it to pay. Rent is high, my TA wage is low, and I get no help despite part-time university study! Various useful addition and subtraction worksheets. I have used these for older children with SEN. Includes Learning Objectives, but they can be cut off, or edited to suit your needs. Each worksheet comes in .PDF and .PUB formats. The reason for this is to give you the flexibility to edit them as you wish.
Mr_Whitehorn