This is a simple first puzzle, consisting of 20 two-piece puzzles, each representing the numbers 1 to 20. One piece shows the number while the matching counterpart shows the corresponding number of objects in a fun and colourful illustration. Each
Practice the 3x, 4x, 6x, 7x, 8x and 9x tables. 6 bingo boards and 54 bingo cards with examples of multiplication and division equations.
This game has a total of 19 coloured pieces and is excellent for improving motor skills and hand/eye coordination. It can be played with two players who compete against each other in terms of who can slot their pieces into
Contains: 6 bingo playing boards and 54 number cards. The game is suitable for 7 players (with one as the caller) and can also be played as an individual matching activity to help pupils get to grips with hundreds, tens and
A set of 60 plastic shapes consisting of 6 each of 10 shapes. Each shape comes in 3 colours and 2 different thicknesses. This resource introduces children to geometric concepts and creative play.
Two levels of play focus on counting and addition. Zingo! 1-2-3 builds early number sense skills in young players as they associate digits with images and text. Players must match their numbered tiles to their corresponding challenge card.
This kit has been designed for pupils who are experiencing significant difficulty learning mathematics. This One to One version contains enough materials to teach the activities to a maximum of two pupils and is therefore perfect for home educators.
Numicon builds an understanding of maths through a multi-sensory approach; it develops children’s fluency, reasoning and problem-solving. It is designed to enable children to practice at home what they are learning in school through playful activities and games.
36 bone shaped ‘crunchers’ with addition sums to 10. A plastic slider can easily be moved to conceal the result, the first or second part of the sum or even the symbol.
26 bone shaped ‘crunchers’ with subtraction sums 0 to 6. A plastic slider can easily be moved to conceal the result, the first or second part of the sum or even the symbol.