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Bounce Learning Kids makes quality education resources for primary and secondary school children, children with special needs and people for whom English is a second language.

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Bounce Learning Kids makes quality education resources for primary and secondary school children, children with special needs and people for whom English is a second language.

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Learn how to write letters and numbers with this bundle of 4 products. Trace squiggles to help train for the hand, wrist and finger movements needed to write all the letters of the alphabet as well as numbers 0-9. Then move on to tracing actual letters and numbers.
The letter type (font) used in the letter writing sheets in this bundle features the NSWF letter type, which is mandated for use in NSW as well as some other states.

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Who doesn’t like Pythagoras? Explanations and examples of Pythagoras theorem in action using clear, concise notation and visuals. Worksheets provide explanations initially. Worksheet progressively require more effort from the student to complete.
Suitable for printing in B/W as well as colour.

In this innovative series of distance learning worksheets, you look at the series of interconnected clockwork cogs to see how they are connected. When you turn the first clockwork cog’s handle, which direction will the indicated clockwork cog turn?
COLOUR: Most Bounce Learning Kids products are suitable to be printed in B/W but a few are best printed in colour, due to references to specific colours on the sheet. This is one such series where there are specific colour references.

Doing sums can be fun with this great series of distance learning worksheets that turn addition, subtraction, division and multiplication into a fun game and a puzzle to solve.
With these paint by numbers fun maths puzzles, each section of the image is represented by a maths problem. Solve the problem to determine which colour to fill in that segment. Once the entire grid has been completed, the mystery word or image is revealed.

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This pattern search series of worksheets is excellent for pattern recognition skills. Find the smaller pattern in the lager picture. Worksheets start simple but become progressively more challenging.
Suitable for printing in B/W as well as colour.

Explored the difference between Odd and Even numbers with this fun series of eye-catching worksheets.

Crossword maths distance learning worksheets is like doing a regular crossword but with numbers instead of letter. This is an amazingly fun way to make maths seem like play. The crossword ‘clues’ are maths sums. Solve the maths sum and place the resulting number into the appropriate space on the crossword math grid. When you have solved all the ‘clues’ and completed the field, put the highlighted numbers into the grid below to solve the final maths equation at the bottom for a bit of extra fun.
The sheets are in pairs and include the following:
2 sheets with addition sums
2 sheets with subtraction sums.
2 sheets with multiplication sums.
2 sheets with division sums.
2 sheets with a random mix of all four types of sums.
Don’t worry, there’s a clear answers sheet to show you where all the numbers go.
COLOUR & B/W: There are two versions of each sheet. In addition to the full-color sheets, each is presented in a specifically designed line-art B/W version, for those that are unable to print in full-color.
See also the Crossword maths 1 puzzles.

Practice the art of letter writing by making the hand movements needed to write letters using the NSW Foundation(*) letter type. One sheet for each letter of the alphabet.
Each distance learning worksheet has a series of squiggly lines to trace over, requiring the same hand movements needed to write the letter in question.
In this range:
Letter writing mimicking the hand movements (Vic Mod Cur font)
Letter writing mimicking the hand movements (NSW Foundation font)
Letter writing by tracing actual letters (Vic Mod Cur font)
Letter writing by tracing actual letters (NSW Foundation font)
See also number writing series:
Writing numbers mimicking the hand movements
Writing numbers by tracing actual numbers
(*) NSW Foundation is a specific letter type that is mandated in New South Wales, Australia as well as some other states. If there is a specific font your state uses, please feel free to contact me at chris@BounceLearningKids.com and I may be able to provide a corresponding series using that font.
Suitable for printing in B/W as well as colour.

Practice the art of letter writing by making the hand movements needed to write letters using the Victoria Modern Cursive(*) letter type. One sheet for each letter of the alphabet.
Each distance learning worksheet has a series of squiggly lines to trace over, requiring the same hand movements needed to write the letter in question.
In this range:
Letter writing mimicking the hand movements (Vic Mod Cur font)
Letter writing mimicking the hand movements (NSW Foundation font)
Letter writing by tracing actual letters (Vic Mod Cur font - this series)
Letter writing by tracing actual letters (NSW Foundation font)
See also number writing series:
Writing numbers mimicking the hand movements Writing numbers by tracing actual numbers
(*) Victoria Modern Cursive is a specific letter type that is mandated in Victoria, Australia as well as some other states. If there is a specific font your state uses, please feel free to contact me at chris@BounceLearningKids.com and I may be able to provide a corresponding series using that font.
Suitable for printing in B/W as well as colour.

316 (yes, three hundred and sixteen) clip art images of plain graph paper in various densities.
Each image fills an entire page and comprises of a square grid of squares. The first grid is 2x2, then 3x3, then 4x4, etc., all the way up to 80x80. For each grid size, there are 4 separate images:
With border; dark lines
With border; light lines
Without border; dark lines
Without border; light lines

3D nets are a fantastic way to have fun. The shapes on these worksheets can be cut-out to make the following range of basic 3D objects:
tetrahedrons
cubes
dice
cuboids
square pyramids
pentagonal pyramids
cylinders
triangular prisms
cones

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Print, cut, fold, stick!
From basic 3D shapes like dice and square pyramids, to complex shapes like octahedron and rhombic prism to the much more complex Archimedes solids, like cuboctahedron, icosidodecaherdon & rhombicosidodecahedron. Make all these shapes and more with this fun series of resources.
The follows resource kits are included in this fantastic bundle:
3D nets 1
Tetrahedrons
Cubes
Dice
Cuboids
Square pyramids
Pentagonal Pyramids
Cylinders
Triangular prisms
Cones
3D nets 2
Octahedron
Dodecahedron
Rhombic prism
Icosahedron
Hexagonal prism
Twisted pentagonal prism
Twisted cube
Twisted hexagonal prism
3D nets 3
Includes all the Archimedean solids:
Truncated tetrahedron
Cuboctahedron
Truncated cube
Truncated octahedron
Rhombicuboctahedron
Truncated cuboctahedron
Snub cube
Icosidodecaherdon
Truncated dodecahedron
Truncated icosahedron
Rhombicosidodecahedron
Truncated icosidodecahedron
Snub dodecahedron

9 clip art images of circles for use as graph paper - useful for math lessons.
Unit circle with 1 degree increments
Unit circle with 2 degree increments - labelled with Pi radians
Unit circle with 2 degree increments
Unit circle with 5 degree increments - labelled with degrees in 15 degree increments
Unit circle with 5 degree increments
Unit circle with 10 degree increments
Unit circle with 15 degree increments
Unit circle with 45 degree increments
Unit circle with 90 degree increments
Circles clipart (images of circles) are used in maths lessons for when teaching about the unit circle. Use them to mark degrees and/or PI radians and for learning about angles.

In this fun series of distance learning worksheets, you look at the balance beam to try to determine what the beam will do. Which side is heaviest, or will the beam balance evenly? The student must work out how heavy each side weighs and also take into consideration the distance of that weight from the pivot point.

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Learn to count money with these fun worksheets (using dollar notation). Various items are depicted with prices. Questions are posed as to how much you can buy with the money you have been given. The worksheets start simple but become progressively more challenging.
Suitable for printing in B/W as well as colour.

32 clip art images of graph paper with the XY axis included and presented with various scales. All 4 quadrants are displayed.
Each 5x5 grid is provided in 4 separate clip art images:
1 image
2 images (one above the other)
4 images
6 images (2 across and 3 down to fill an entire page)
With this combination, you can choose how many images you want to print per page (1, 2, 4 or 6).
There are 8 different scales represented:
+/-0.1 to +/-0.5 in increments of 0.1
+/-0.2 to +/-1.0 in increments of 0.2
+/-1 to +/-5 in increments of 1
+/-2 to +/-10 in increments of 2
+/-5 to +/-25 in increments of 5
+/-10 to +/-50 in increments of 10
+/-50 to +/-250 in increments of 50
+/-100 to +/-500 in increments of 100

24 clip art images of graph paper with the XY axis included and presented with various scales. First quadrant is displayed.
Each 10x10 grid is provided in 4 separate clip art images:
1 image
2 images (one above the other)
4 images
6 images (2 across and 3 down to fill an entire page)
With this combination, you can choose how many images you want to print per page (1, 2, 4 or 6).
There are 6 different scales represented:
0.1 to 1.0 in increments of 0.1
0.2 to 2.0 in increments of 0.2
1 to 10 in increments of 1
1 to 20 in increments of 2
5 to 50 in increments of 5
10 to 100 in increments of 10

Print, cut, play, learn!
Learn all the factors from numbers 4 to 100 with this fun puzzle.
Simply cut through the middle of all the black lines on each page, jumble up all the pieces, then have fun putting the puzzles back together again.
Each completed factor puzzle square contains the target number and a pair of its factors. Each square puzzle is unique, so the only way to put everything back together again is to match the correct factors with the correct numbers.
For numbers that have more than 1 pair of factors, the top coloured section of the puzzle is identical, so there’s no way to get the puzzle pieces incorrectly matched.

19 clip art images of graph paper with the XY axis included. The first quadrant is displayed.
Where appropriate, some images have emphasised guidelines. The following grid sizes are represented:
5x5
10x10
20x20
25x25
30x30
35x35
40x40
45x45
50x50
55x55
60x60
65x65
70x70
75x75
80x80
90x90
100x100

12 clip art images of circles overlayed onto a background of squared graphing paper - useful for math lessons.
6x6 grid with 3 concentric circles
8x8 grid with 4 concentric circles
10x10 grid with 5 concentric circles
12x12 grid with 6 concentric circles
14x14 grid with 7 concentric circles
16x16 grid with 8 concentric circles
18x18 grid with 9 concentric circles
20x20 grid with 10 concentric circles
22x22 grid with 11 concentric circles
24x24 grid with 12 concentric circles
26x26 grid with 13 concentric circles
28x28 grid with 14 concentric circles
Circles on squares clipart (images of circles on squares) are useful in math lessons.