Set of ‘Counting Cube’ inspired counting cards.
Each card has a different number of cubes from 1 to 60 on it.
They have been made to support pupils learning to count.
Task: ask the pupils to count the cubes on each card and place a peg on the answer or circle the answer with a whiteboard pen.
This ladybird and leaf resource can be used within the Foundation Phase to support pupils learning to count, compare, order and sort. It also supports them to begin to associate numbers with quantities. The resource includes numbers from 0 - 20.
Simply download the resource, then print and laminate it!
The pink set are questions for the start of the day and the yellow set are questions for the end of the day. A useful resource to provide pupils with opportunities to talk in front of one another and build their confidence. They are also useful at times where there are last minute changes to the day to fill time at the start and/or end of the day, for example when assemblies are cancelled.
I made mine into ‘Question Lollies’ by simply printing, cutting and laminating them and then sticking them to a lollipop stick.
Set of 2D shape hunting tools. A fun activity which encourages pupils to find 2D shapes around them - in the classroom, on the yard, around the school, etc! A lovely and practical way for pupils to explore shapes in their environment independently or in pairs. The resource can be used during focus tasks or can be left in the Maths Area for pupils to access whilst in the enhance provision.
Simply print the resource , cut around it and cut the middle out, then laminate.
A lovely way to show the progress your pupils make in learning to write their names. Simply print out this worksheet and allocate time at the start and end of each term for your pupils to write their names in the labelled boxes. At the end of the school year, you and your pupils will be able to look back and see the progress that they have made in writing their names and forming the letters of their names.