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Seasons PowerPoint
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Seasons PowerPoint

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Includes PowerPoint about the four seasons: Summer, Winter, Autumn and Spring -templates to draw pictures to represent the seasons -mind map templates -poem templates
5, 6, 7, and 8 times tables bingo games
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5, 6, 7, and 8 times tables bingo games

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8 different bingo games to practice the 5, 6, 7, and 8 times tables 5 times tables- with questions e.g 5 x 1 -5 times tables- with answers e.g 10 -6 times tables- with questions -6 times tables- with answers -7 times tables- with questions -7 times tables- with answers -8 times tables- with questions -8 times tables- with answers A quick and easy starter/ plenary to a lesson Early finisher activity
Shopping Trolley Game
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Shopping Trolley Game

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This game/ activity allows children to practice their problem solving and memory skills through a real life type experience of going shopping. Up to 6 players. Each player gets a shopping trolley and the corresponding colour shopping list. All of the food cards are faced down and players take in turns to pick up a card and check if it is on their shopping list. If it is, they place the item in their trolley. If not, the player places the card back down. The first player to fill up their trolley with all of the items on their list is the winner. The shopping lists come in three versions: The word on it’s own The word and the picture together The picture on it’s own. This way the activity can be differentiated to suit the needs of your children.
I can name and recognise common 2D shapes
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I can name and recognise common 2D shapes

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A full lesson including lesson PowerPoint and recording sheet to meet the objective ‘I can name and recognise common 2D shapes’ including: square, triangle, rectangle, circle, hexagon, pentagon and oval. This lesson discusses properties of 2D shapes, as well as where we might find the shapes in our own environment. The lesson then includes a practical activity which allows the children to find 2d shapes in their own environment, which they can then record on their sheet.
Addition Square
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Addition Square

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Complete the addition square- supports children’s understanding of addition facts using the numbers 1-10 and then 10-20. Once children have a solid understanding of adding numbers using 1- 10- the biggest sum here would be 10+10, they can then move onto adding numbers 1-20.
Array Matching Cards
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Array Matching Cards

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A simple activity to support children’s understanding of early multiplication with the use of pictorial representations- arrays. Match the array card to the repeated addition sentence and the multiplication sentence.
2, 3, and 4 x tables bingo games
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2, 3, and 4 x tables bingo games

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6 different bingo games to practice the 2, 3 and 4 times tables. 2 times tables- with questions e.g 2 x 1 -2 times tables- with answers e.g 4 -3 times tables- with questions -3 times tables- with answers -4 times tables- with questions -4 times tables- with answers A quick and easy starter/ plenary to a lesson Early finisher activity
Subtraction Bingo (numbers to 10)
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Subtraction Bingo (numbers to 10)

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This bingo game allows up to six players to practice their subtracting skills using numbers to ten. The product contains two different games: with the question on the board e.g 9 - 8 (and the child would mark off the square if the card 1 came up) or the answer on the board e.g 1 (and the child would mark off the square of the card with the question to this answer came up)
Shape Addition
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Shape Addition

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This resource combines children’s knowledge of shapes and the number of sides as well as their addition skills.
Addition Bingo (numbers to 10)
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Addition Bingo (numbers to 10)

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This bingo game allows up to six players to practice their adding skills of numbers to ten. The product contains two different games: with the question on the board e.g 1 + 3 (and the child would mark off the square if the card 4 came up) or the answer on the board e.g 4 (and the child would mark off the square of the card with the question to this answer came up)