The Amazing Color Factor Multiplication Square

The Amazing Color Factor Multiplication Square

The Amazing Color Factor Multiplication Square is a resource that can be copied and duplicated for your children, pupils and students as many times as is needed. It facilitates whole brain learning by bringing into play many of the brain’s most natural and powerful abilities. Although especially effective if you are already familiar with the play based approach to maths outlined in Child’s Play Math 1 and 2 it can also be used independently of these programs as a powerful learning aid. Topics covered include: Sequence of Tables Products Square Numbers Division Division with Remainders Fractions as Operators Introducing Numerators Factors Prime Numbers Fractions Handling Data and Area Pythagoras' Theorem I used to photocopy the Square, laminate it and fix it to the child's desk.
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Slime

Slime

A Science in Drama play script for Key Stage 2. Theme: Ecology and Pollution Why has the pond suddenly become plagued with frogs? Are the rumours of the deadly black slime true? Will Pond Snail escape the clutches of Mr and Mrs Water Spider? Can the Tadpoles trust Great Diving Beetle? What happened to Kingfisher? Can they all escape the deadly black SLIME? For use in your school or organization.
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 Child's Play Maths One - THE COMPLETE PACKAGE,

Child's Play Maths One - THE COMPLETE PACKAGE,

Child's Play Maths teaches maths concepts through play, games and open ended tasks and challenges. Fun and understanding are the key principles. In this bundle you will receive: Child's Play Maths Book One (PDF format) - This covers the first 29 Units for Reception through Key Stage 1. The Cuisenaire Rods App - this is the app used to create the tutorials. Children love using it. The download link is included in the Book One Manual 29 Video Tutorials - each Unit demonstrated with the app. 29 PPT Presentations covering each video presentation. Unit Topics: Unit 1: About Cuisenaire Rods Unit 2: Cuisenaire Rods and the School Curriculum Unit 3: Incidental Learning Unit 4: Vocabulary Unit 5: Important Words and Phrases, Unit 6: Developing Memory Recall Unit 7:Mental Imaging Games, Unit 8: Cardinal Number Unit 9: Staircases Unit 10: Mental Agility Unit 11: Cinderella’s Staircase Unit 12: Staircases and Multiplication Unit 13: Language Development and Maths Unit 14: Introducing Signs: Addition + Unit 15: Introducing Signs: Greater Than > Less Than Unit 16: Introducing Signs: Equivalence = Unit 17: Brackets Unit 18: Introducing Signs: Subtraction Unit 19: Introducing Signs: Multiplication, Unit 20: Introducing Signs: Division Unit 21: Signs – Fractions as Operators Unit 22: Reviewing Unit 23: The Importance of Questions Unit 24: Partitions of Length Unit 25: Families of Equivalent Factors and Products Unit 26: Families of Equivalent Subtraction Unit 27: Families of Equivalent Fractions Unit 28: The First Phase – An Overview Unit 29: Getting Organised and Moving On
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Child's Play Math Video Tutorials: Units 17 - 20

Child's Play Math Video Tutorials: Units 17 - 20

Units 17–20 of the Child’s Play Math Video Tutorials. Brackets is the seventeenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 program. The video shows how to introduce brackets with the 'say it quick' technique.. Introducing Signs: Subtraction is the eighteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths 1 & 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the concept of subtraction. Introducing Signs: Multiplication > Less Than, is the nineteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths 1 & 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the concept of multiplication. Introducing Signs: Division is the twentieth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths 1 & 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the foundational mathematical concept of division. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilizes Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' programme for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master math concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course. The bundle also includes the accompanying Powerpoint Presentations.
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Child's Play Math Video Tutorials Units 13 - 16

Child's Play Math Video Tutorials Units 13 - 16

Units 13–16 of the Child’s Play Math Video Tutorials. Language Development and Maths is the thirteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 program. The video reveals how the program assists children’s language development. Introducing Signs: Addition + is the fourteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the concept of addition. Introducing Signs: Greater Than > Less Than, is the fifteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the concept ‘greater than’ and ‘less than’. Introducing Signs: Equivalence = is the sixteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the foundational mathematical concept of equivalence. The program itself adopts an innovative and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilizes Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' programme for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master math concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course. The bundle also includes the accompanying Powerpoint Presentations.
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Child's Play Maths Video Tutorials Units 17 - 20

Child's Play Maths Video Tutorials Units 17 - 20

Units 17–20 of the Child’s Play Maths Video Tutorials. Brackets is the seventeenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 programme. The video shows how to introduce brackets with the 'say it quick' technique.. Introducing Signs: Subtraction is the eighteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths 1 & 2 programme. The video explains how to introduce the concept of subtraction. Introducing Signs: Multiplication > Less Than, is the nineteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths 1 & 2 programme. The video explains how to introduce the concept of multiplication. Introducing Signs: Division is the twentieth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths 1 & 2 programme. The video explains how to introduce the foundational mathematical concept of division. The programme itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Maths is designed to introduce maths concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' programme for older children or adults who struggled to grasp maths concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course. The bundle also includes the accompanying Powerpoint Presentations.
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Child's Play Math: Unit 14 - Introducing Signs +

Child's Play Math: Unit 14 - Introducing Signs +

Introducing Signs: Addition + is the fourteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the concept of addition.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 & 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Math: Unit 10 - Mental Agility

Child's Play Math: Unit 10 - Mental Agility

Mental Agility is the tenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 & 2 program. Developing mental agility in your child will accelerate his ability to grasp mathematical concepts.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 & 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Math: Unit 7 - Mental Imaging Games

Child's Play Math: Unit 7 - Mental Imaging Games

Mental Imaging Games, is the seventh video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math program. This video explains how children can naturally acquire a ‘mental image’ of the rods. This ability will accelerate their math development considerably. The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 & 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Maths: Unit 16 - Introducing Signs =

Child's Play Maths: Unit 16 - Introducing Signs =

Introducing Signs: Equivalence = is the sixteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths programme. The video explains how to introduce the foundational mathematical concept of equivalence.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the programme outlined in Child's Play Maths. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The programme itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Maths is designed to introduce maths concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp maths concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Maths: Unit 13 - Language Development and Maths

Child's Play Maths: Unit 13 - Language Development and Maths

Language Development and Maths is the thirteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths programme. The video reveals how the programme assists children’s language development.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the programme outlined in Child's Play Maths. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The programme itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Maths is designed to introduce maths concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp maths concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Math: Unit 15 - Introducing Signs < >

Child's Play Math: Unit 15 - Introducing Signs < >

Introducing Signs: 'Greater Than' &gt; 'Less Than' &lt; &lt; /b&gt; is the fifteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2 program. The video explains how to introduce the concept ‘greater than’ and ‘less than’.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Maths: Unit 8 - Cardinal Number

Child's Play Maths: Unit 8 - Cardinal Number

Cardinal Number is the eighth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths programme. No more counting on fingers once children have grasped this important concept. The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the programme outlined in Child's Play Maths. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The programme itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Maths is designed to introduce maths concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp maths concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Math: Unit 12 - Staircases and Multiplication

Child's Play Math: Unit 12 - Staircases and Multiplication

Staircases and Mutiplication is the twelfth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2 program. Each multiplication table has a distinct pattern that can be revealed by the rods. The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years,. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Math: Unit 13 - Math and Language Development

Child's Play Math: Unit 13 - Math and Language Development

Language Development and Math is the thirteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2 program. The video reveals how the program assists children’s language development.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years,. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Maths: Unit 12 - Staircases and Multiplication

Child's Play Maths: Unit 12 - Staircases and Multiplication

Staircases and Mutiplication is the twelfth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths programme. Each multiplication table has a distinct pattern that can be revealed by the rods.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the programme outlined in Child's Play Maths. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The programme itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Maths is designed to introduce maths concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp maths concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Maths: Unit 14 - Introducing Signs +

Child's Play Maths: Unit 14 - Introducing Signs +

Introducing Signs: Addition + is the fourteenth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths programme. The video explains how to introduce the concept of addition.The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the programme outlined in Child's Play Maths. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The programme itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Maths is designed to introduce maths concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp maths concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Maths: Unit 6 - Developing Memory Recall

Child's Play Maths: Unit 6 - Developing Memory Recall

Developing Memory Recall, is the sixth video in the series supporting the Child's Play Maths 1 &amp; 2 programme. This video reveals the Learning Equation and how the programme will develop a child’s ability to retain what he has learnt. The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the programme outlined in Child's Play Maths 1 &amp; 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The programme itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of maths concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The programme utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Maths is designed to introduce maths concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' programme for older children or adults who struggled to grasp maths concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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Child's Play Math: Unit 11 - Cinderella's Staircase

Child's Play Math: Unit 11 - Cinderella's Staircase

Cinderella’s Staircase is the eleventh video in the series supporting the Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2 program. The video explains how ‘staircases’ can be extended beyond the first ten colours/numbers to infinity. The series is comprised of over 60 sequential videos and follows the program outlined in Child's Play Math 1 &amp; 2. Each video provides a practical tutorial using the software app available from the Help Your Child store. The program itself adopts a radical and practical approach to the introduction and teaching of math concepts and is compatible with any school curriculum. Understanding is achieved via play, games and open-ended tasks and challenges. The program utilises Cuisenaire Rods universally regarded as the most complete arithmetical model ever devised. Sadly their potential is rarely explored. Child's Play Math is designed to introduce math concepts to children from the age of 5 years through to the age of 11 years,. It can equally be used as an effective 'catch-up' program for older children or adults who struggled to grasp math concepts the first time round. Because of its unique approach embracing all the learning styles children are able to master maths concepts generally considered 'too difficult' for them. The first four videos are available for free. Videos will subsequently be available in groups of four on a monthly basis. Together they comprise a full year’s course.
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