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Tested resources, made to help fill gaps in children's learning. Suggestions welcome.

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Tested resources, made to help fill gaps in children's learning. Suggestions welcome.

Reward counting chart - goal and footballs

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Reward chart - goal and footballs. Cut out the footballs and laminate them plus the goal. Get the students to earn their football and ‘shoot’ at the goal. Fasten the footballs with either blu tack or velcro. How many can they collect in a day/week? Can they earn, for example, 5 footballs and then get a special treat? Remove footballs from the chart for behaviour that is not desirable. Or, use this chart for counting, adding or taking away.

Number bonds to 10 - Alien Spaceship

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Number bonds to 10 on an alien spaceship. Could be used for a space display for reference when learning about number bonds to 10.

Numbers 0-20 in the sea

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Numbers 0-20 in the sea. Could be used for a display or a number line to use in an activity etc. For example, give to students and ask them to order themselves into a line as quickly as possible.

Numbers 0-20 on Christmas windows

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Numbers 0-20 on Christmas windows. Could be used for a display or a number line to use in an activity etc. For example, give to students and ask them to order themselves into a line as quickly as possible.

Times Table Counting Mats From 2x to 12x

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Times Table Counting Mats From 2x to 12x. To help children understand and visualize multiplication and so help them to improve their scores. Can be laminated, wrote on with a dry wipe pen, photocopied for evidence then rubbed out and re-used.

Number bonds to 5 - Rockets and astronauts game

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Number bonds to 5 - rockets and astronauts game. Can you help the astronaut to find his rocket? Make sure that the number on the astronaut and the one on the rocket add up to 5. Instruction and reference card included.

Seaside shopping multiplication game - 2x to 12x table options

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Seaside shopping multiplication game, choose from 2x to 12x tables. Illustrated instruction card included, basket and spare tiles. Choose two sets of times tables questions and answers. Students take it in turns to pick out an item from the shopping basket. They then look at the back of the item for a multiplication answer (its cost). The multiplication cards are spread out on the table infront of them. They choose the card they think is the multiplication number sentence for the answer (cost). Then they turn over the multiplication to see if it matches the answer. If it matches the item goes onto there shopping bag. The winner is the first person to fill their shopping bag.

Pictures for word sets etc - Owl, rocket, rock pool, airport, fireworks

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Pictures for word sets etc - Owl, rocket, rock pool, airport, and fireworks. Each with 10 blank circles on them and a black and white version included. These pictures can be used to put spellings on to take home, chore charts, counting down to an event, number sentences, testing (stamp the circle of the student gets it correct) etc.

Numbers 0-20 on rhinos

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Numbers 0-20 on rhinos. Could be used for a display, numberline to use in an activity etc.

Numbers 0-20 on tigers

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Numbers 0-20 on tigers. Could be used for a display, numberline to use in an activity etc.

Reward counting chart - fish tank and fish

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Reward counting chart - fish tank and fish. Cut out the fish and laminate them plus the tank for durability. Get the students to earn their fish and collect it in the tank. Fasten the fish with either blu tack or velcro. How many can they collect in a day/week? Can they earn, for example, 6 fish and then get a special treat? Remove fish from the chart for behaviour that is not desirable. Or, use this chart for counting, adding or taking away.

Number bond mats from numbers 1 to 10

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Number bond mats from numbers 1 to 10 activity. Students use these to find all the number bonds for that number. If laminated, the students can use a dry wipe pen to draw a line to split the pictures into two and then count on either side to get the number bond.

Number sentence mat - Owl

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Number sentence mat - owl. Ask the students to help the owl find the answer to a number sentence. If laminated, the mat can be wrote on with a dry wipe marker and then re-used.

Number sentence mat - alien

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Number sentence mat - alien. Ask the students to help the alien find the answer to a number sentence. If laminated, the mat can be wrote on with a dry wipe marker and then re-used.

Numbers 0-20 on bears

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Numbers 0-20 on bears. Could be used for a display or a numberline to use in an activity etc. For example, give to students and ask them to order themselves into a line as quickly as possible.

Numbers 0-20 on owls

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Numbers 0-20 on owls. Could be used for a display or a numberline to use in an activity etc. For example, give to students and ask them to order themselves into a line as quickly as possible.

Rocket and fuel hangman

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Instructions for use: Cut out the rocket and fuel canisters. Use either sticky tack or velcro to fasten them onto the background. Use like hangman, so if you are playing a game, take away a fuel canister after a wrong answer. Will all the canisters be taken or will the rocket still be able to blast off?! At the end of the activity, if there are still canisters, take the rocket off the background and let it fly away!

Fairy ring - continuous counting mat

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Fairy ring continuous counting mat. For continuous counting forwards or backwards in whole numbers or decimals etc.

Grouping mats - various amounts on each page

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Grouping mats - various amounts on each page. For students to practise grouping in 2s, 3s etc or adding 1.5s etc. If laminated, a dry wipe pen can be used to draw around the groups and then wiped off to re-use the mat again.

London shopping multiplication game - 2x to 12x table options

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London shopping multiplication game, choose from 2x to 12x tables. Illustrated instruction card included, basket and spare tiles. Choose two sets of times table questions and answers. Students take it in turns to pick out an item from the shopping basket. They then look at the back of the item for a multiplication answer (its cost). The multiplication cards are spread out on the table infront of them. They choose the card they think is the multiplication number sentence for the answer (cost). Then they turn over the multiplication to see if it matches the answer. If it matches the item goes onto there shopping bag. The winner is the first person to fill their shopping bag.